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We shall enjoy receiving them and sharing them with everyone else!
Wednesday 26th June: Outing to Avington Park
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Thursday 20th June: Presentation of newly restored Altar Frontal
to St. Alban's Church
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Tuesday 21st May: Haslemere Festival - Open lecture,
followed by tea and cake.
All were welcome to attend the May lecture by Zara Fleming. The topic was 'The Tiger in Asian Art', illustrated by a diverse range of arts and artefacts demonstrating how the tiger became a symbol of power and protection in its Asian homeland.
The lecture outlined the history of how the tiger was depicted in art and how important tigers were, but how they now are much reduced in numbers and the difficulties of overcoming cultural concepts to prevent them being hunted for status and for perceived medical benefits.
With thanks to Anna Hawtree for providing the photo below.
Left to right front row: Zara Fleming; Margaret James.
Second row: John Robini, Mayor of Haslemere; Alison Marston.
Third row: Caroline Coleman, Area Chairman; Sonia Motley.
Back row: Gill Rudman, conservation expert working with our Heritage
volunteers on restoration of an altar frontal at St. Albans church.
Tuesday 2nd April: Presentation of St Bartholomew's Church Record to the Haslemere Educational Museum
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WEDNESDAY 27th FEBRUARY: Outing to Fulham Palace
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SUNDAY 27th JANUARY: Presentation of the St Bartholomew’s Church Record
A copy of the newly bound record was presented to
the Rector, the Reverend Mary Bowden, by the group leader Jane
Pictured below are Alison Marston,
chairman, holding the record, the Reverend Mary Bowden and Church
Recording Group leader Jane Stopford-Russell, and the first page of the
record with an image of St Bartholomew's.
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