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  • Parbold Branch Open Day Saturday 11th May

    Posted on 18/04/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    Parbold branch is holding an Open Day on Saturday 11th May 11.00am to 3.30pm Parbold Village Hall, The Green, Parbold WN8 7DN- take junction 27 M6 towards Parbold Village. Exhibition and sale of members work, sale of Bauhaus inspired goodies and themepacks, Giant Raffle, Tombola, demonstrations including lace makers, machine embroidery and much more, Have […]

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  • Obituary Florence Ashworth 1921 -2019 – PRESTON Branch

    Posted on 01/04/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

      Florence Ashworth was born in Preston in 1921, moving to Swinton with her family when she was 12. As a child she loved embroidery and on leaving school she started work in the pattern cutting dept at Tootal, Broadhurst Lee Co, a textile factory in Manchester. She then went on to serve her apprenticeship […]

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  • Glossop Branch 15th Anniversary Bash

    Posted on 29/03/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    I visited Glossop branch on 27th March, and really enjoyed an excellent afternoon. The display of members work from workshops, competitions and meetings was stunning, and I would commend the branch for participating in Guild events. Glossop also displayed their Rainbow Squares, the branch members travelling books, photo albums and the Regional Travelling Book. Terry […]

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  • PLAS TAN-Y-BWLCH RESIDENTIAL WEEKEND 12th-14th April 2019

    Posted on 13/03/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    Please note the above event- there are still places available on Jane Fairweather and June Davies courses. Please click on writing below for details of the link- PLAS TAN-Y-BWLCH RESIDENTIAL WEEKEND

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  • North Lonsdale Branch Visit

    Posted on 13/03/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    I was invited to attend the North Lonsdale branch meeting on 12th March. After a very welcome cup of tea, Mary Seaman ran a short workshop on chocolate making- fabric ones unfortuately! However a box of real chocolates was passed around, so members had the best of both worlds. The chocolates looked very expensive with […]

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  • ‘Endeavour’ Merseyside Branch

    Posted on 02/03/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    Merseyside Branch is moving some pieces from its recent exhibition on Cook’s first voyage to the Palm House in Sefton Park Liverpool from 11 03 19 until 26 03 19. Free entry. Please check opening hours on Palm House website

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  • Parbold Open Day

    Posted on 19/02/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    Parbold branch is holding an Open Day on Saturday 11th May 11.00am to 3.30pm Parbold Village Hall, The Green, Parbold WN8 7DN Exhibition of members work, sale of Bauhaus inspired goodies, Raffle, Tombola, demonstrations, traders & refreshments. Free entry, ample parking, disabled access.

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  • Chelford De-Stash Event

    Posted on 19/02/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    Chelford Embroiderers Guild De-stash Event & Sales Day Saturday 11th May 2019 10.30am- 3pm At Chelford Village Hall, SK11 9FZ Your unloved & unwanted textile treasure could become someone else’s perfect missing item. Free Entry. Refreshments available Click on link for De-Stach event poster. To book a sales table (£10) email; chelfordnorthcheshirechair@embroiderersguild.co.uk De-stash event poster FINAL[19122]

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  • Rochdale Branch Exhibition of Embroidery & Textiles

    Posted on 19/02/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    The members of Rochdale Branch will be showcasing their work at The Coach House, Littleborough, OL15 9AE from 6th April until Sunday 5th May- free admission. Open 11.00am to 4.00pm Monday to Saturday, and 12pm until 3.00pm on Sundays. Preview(invitation only) Saturday 6th April 11.00am until 1.00pm, and then normal viewing 1.00pm to 4.00pm. Some […]

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  • Visit to Altrincham Branch

    Posted on 14/02/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    I visited Altrincham branch on 13th February, and had a lovely welcome. Their speaker was Ruth Turner who told us about her ‘journey’ since retiring, and displayed her very varied pieces of work. She is a very talented lady, who has worked in various mediums eg, goldwork, rag rugging, weaving, quilting and embroidery etc. etc. […]

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