Ceramicists

The Creative Side of Prehistory

A family pottery experience courtesy of Creative Wiltshire! Last month Creative Wiltshire hosted an outreach event at the Beeches Community Centre, Bulford Camp on Salisbury Plain. The event was held two parts, a two day workshop split over two consecutive Mondays, conducted by Bill Crumbleholme and ably assisted by his colleague Mark Vyvyan-penney. I attended…… Continue reading The Creative Side of Prehistory

Artists · Writers

Inspired by Home-Grown Beauty

Theodora Joan Noyes (known as Dora) was born on 8 November 1864 in Harrow, Middlesex. She had two sisters, Mary and Ella Margaret, and their father was a solicitor. The sisters became residents at The Cottage, Upton Lovell, in the early 1900s before moving to Fosters in Sutton Veny at about 1907 where they lived…… Continue reading Inspired by Home-Grown Beauty