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'Olga' by Monica Lewis
Glass Creation by Jessica Ecott
Leather Satchel by Elizabeth Bond

A Zoom online meeting will be hosted by Haddenham Village Society on Wednesday 28th October, at 7.45 for an 8pm start, during which three local artists will talk about their artistic journeys.

They are painter and artist/teacher Monica Lewis; Elizabeth Bond, leather worker and textile artist; and Jessica Ecott, artist in glass.

You may also be able to access the meeting by telephone.

If you are not on the society's mailing list, please contact Juanita Hughes by email at hvsmembership@gmail.com or by phoning 01844 292215 or 07950 196516, for details about how to "attend" the meeting.

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