By Jenny Burkhill-Howarth - 13th March 2014 6:00am
We have to say a big thank you to Andrew Brown from Artisan Bindery for stepping in at the last moment as our March speaker. He treated us to a rare insight into the wonderful and intricate work of a fine book binder and a professional restorer of old books. Through slides and examples he showed us how new books are created and old books are kept alive for generations. A very interesting evening. Our next meeting is on Wednesday 2nd April when our talk is entitled 'Easter Folk'.
If you would like to give us a try do come along on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30 p.m. in the Parish Room next to St Andrew's Church. You do not have to belong to St Andrew's to come to our meetings, and for £2.00 which includes Tea/Coffee and biscuits it makes a really varied, interesting and friendly evening.
Ed: Next Meeting of St Andrew's Womens' Group is 2nd April "Easter Folk"
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