Monday, 11 June 2018

Croxtoth Park

On Thursday July 14th,  a select group from our Book Art enjoyed a very informative and  charming guided tour of Croxteth Hall's historic walled garden.  Jim Cable,  the Headgardener, walked us around in beautiful sunshine,  explaining his plans  for the garden, and a little of its history.  Many photos were taken, and we enjoyed a cup of tea at the gardener's picnic table.  Plans for producing some garden inspired art work to sell and display at The National Garden Scheme Open Day, Sunday August 26th, in Croxteth Hall Victorian Walled Garden can now go ahead!    If you were unable to make this visit,  and would like to see the garden, it is open to the public 7 days a week.   Tickets from Croxteth Hall shop.







Make Fest - June 30th, Central library Hornby Room, 9-5

We all agreed to share a table with Simon Ryder, promoting the following week’s Book Art Fair, at this event. We now have the opportunity to use 3 tables and do more making at the event but in order to do this we need some volunteers as currently Marilyn will be doing it on her own. So please, even if you could only spare an hour or so at some point in the day, and especially if you could do a demo of something related to book art,  let Marilyn know via nwbookmaker@gmail.com.


Book Arts Fair, Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th July.  
Volunteers still needed please, especially on Sunday  8th. Again, please contact Marilyn if you can help, and thanks to those who have already volunteered.

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