Thursday 30 August 2018

Fwd: Meet the Makers this Saturday Plus September Update

Message from Willow Gallery, Oswestry.

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  View this email in your browser (    0a8b753b-33cc-4a4f-a9a9-ed8b7a30611b.jpg  1a52f644-c44d-4a56-aa76-765eb06f797a.jpg        ** Newsletter  ------------------------------------------------------------      ** September 2018  ------------------------------------------------------------  ABOVE: Teardrop vases by glass artist THOMAS PETIT, part of his 'Moors' range and each piece unique with an array of moorland shades against a white background  MEET LOCAL MAKERS (#MAKERS)  EXHIBITIONS (#EX)  NEW SEASON OF LIVE MUSIC (#LIVE)  A SHROPSHIRE LASS (#SHROPSHIRE%20LASS)  NEW! NURSERY RHYME CARDS (#NURSERY%20RHYMES)  CRAFT FAIRS (#CRAFT%20FAIRS)  WORKSHOPS & COURSES (#COURSES)  CREATIVE WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS (#KIDS)  NEED A BIT OF SPARKLE IN YOUR LIFE? (#PAT)  ABOUT US (#ABOUT)  CONTACT US (#CONTACT)  6919c11f-836f-4fd4-9ac0-c3626bb05835.jpg  ED BROWN  Cornucopia planter  Saturday 1 Sept, 11am-2pm    Jill Bagnall demonstrates her talents as a glass artist. Also handloom weaver Sue Christian will be demonstrating the skill and dexterity required by her craft. We also welcome Kaby Bitten (who also works in glass), Annie Stokes (stained glass and metal), Vicky Ware (ceramics) and Ed Brown (ceramics, from stoneware planters to jewellery).  Shropshire Guild of Contemporary Craft 2018  Until 8 September  This year it's been particularly hard not to be impressed by the diversity of exhibits and materials chosen and used by members of the Shropshire Guild of Contemporary Craft at this their annual summer exhibition. There's something for all budgets, with prices ranging from just a few pounds for handmade cards, small pieces of pottery and small accessories for the home, to larger sums for jewellery, glasswork, framed prints, sculpture, furniture and woven wall hangings.  SUE CHRISTIAN  Buarfoss Falls  Wool, silk & linen handwoven hanging    ROBERT SHELTON  Oak corner cupboard  743e500f-fcde-4879-a837-d76665180cc5.jpg  CAROL McLACHAN  Pierced carved bowl  Ceramic stoneware    Recently sold: JANE MURPHY ~ Buzzard ~ Glass  AUTUMN OPEN  15 Sept - 27 Oct  Featuring Outline Art Group  Outline Art are a group of professional artists living on the East Cheshire/Staffordshire borders. Their work covers a wide range of disciplines, including painting, ceramics, sculpture, photography, stitch and printmaking.    'WAR & PEACE'  15 Sept - 11 Nov  Part of Wilfred Owen Centenary Festival, a wide range of commemorative events and exhibitions across Shropshire to mark the centenaries of Armistice Day and the death of Wilfred Owen.    AFFORDABLE ART  FESTIVE ARTS & CRAFTS  17 Nov - 12 Jan 2019  We fill our gallery with a diverse selection of artworks, all for under £250.      EXHIBIT WITH US  We are always interested to hear from artists who would like to display their work as part of our exhibition programme. To be considered, please email ( us for an application pack. With your application, please include samples in digital format of the type of work you propose to exhibit and a recent artist statement.  Buy art interest-free while supporting living artists85ddb7c4-0ed5-40bd-a4e1-beacc62cf14b.png  The Willow is now an 'Own Art' gallery, making it more affordable to bu y high-quality contemporary art by letting you spread the cost of your purchase over 10 months with an interest-free loan (representative 0% APR). The minimum you can borrow is £100, but this can be used to cover two or more lower-value items whose combined total adds up to £100 or more. Please ask at the desk for details.  Friday 21 September  Put on your glad rags for FB POCKET ORCHESTRA    We welcome back Hampshire's unique 3-piece outfit who present a contemporary slant on the popular acoustic music of the 1920/30s and earlier: sultry blues, hot jazz, swing dance and ragtime. Jenny Russell, Ollie Corbin and Paul Stevenson all sing and play a variety of instruments and have the sound and presence of a band at least twice their size. More info at  Call 01691 657575 or book online (  Tickets: £12 (children £6)  Start time: 8pm (doors open 7pm)  Licensed bar  Pre-concert dining for ticket-holders 6.30-7pm  (must be pre-ordered)  For details, including menu, please contact (  Owen Lewis Productions presents  LADY SMOCK  A Shropshire Tale of the Life & Love of Mary Webb  A collaborative work of music, song, poetry and story by  Owen Lewis, Phoebe Rees and Rowan Bartram  7pm for 7.30pm start  Tickets: £8 (concessions £6)  Book by 'phone, 01691 657019  at (  or in person at the Willow Gallery  Saturday 20 Oct  Remi Harris Trio    Saturday 27 Oct  'Wilfred & Susan: Love & War'    Saturday 17 Nov  Phillip Henry    Also Saturday 17 Nov  Slide Guitar Masterclass with Phillip Henry  Award-winning guitarist, arranger and composer Remi makes a welcome return, leading his trio across the genres of gypsy swing, jazz, blues, electronic, folk, world and rock.  Tickets: £12 (children £6)    Wilfred Owen's poetry set to song and an interpretation of his mother Susan's perspective of her son at war. Sting trio Faith Brackenbury (violin/viola, vocals), Jane Griffiths (violin/viola) and Barney Morse-Brown (cello) in collaboration with poet Leo Nitemynks.  Tickets: £10    Guitar star Phillip is also a harmonica player, immersing himself in the music of the Deep South, traditional music of the British Isles and Indian classical music.  Tickets: £14 (children £7)    Phillip explains his unique approach to slide guitar, his rare instruments, and the styles and  techniques he uses with them. You have the opportunity to ask questions and find out how you could improve your own skills.  Time: 4.00pm-5.30pm  Cost: £12 (workshop only) / £22 (gig & workshop)  For further information or to book, see our website ( or 'phone 01691 657575. Please note that tickets cannot be reserved without pre-payment.    When booking tickets for live music and other events, please let us know if you require wheelchair space or have any other specific requirements.    Thank you to everyone who supports our concert programme, enabling us to continue to bring quality and innovative live music performances to North Shropshire and the Borders.    Willow Gallery volunteer finance officer Dr Mike Willis has produced a collection of nursery rhyme cards from watercolours painted by his grandfather in the 1940s as keepsakes for his grandchildren.  The full set of 24 cards with a charm all of their own can be seen and purchased from (there is a facility on this site for you to customise your card). They can also be purchased at the Willow Gallery along with a mug range. Says Mike: 'Our grandfather was not a professional artist, but the watercolours show a skill and humour that we thought deserved to reach a wider audience.'  Featuring artwork and hand-crafted items made by local artisans  Sat 13 October  Sat 1 December  Further date in December to be advised  Craft-makers: If you would like to reserve a table, please contact (  We welcome first-time exhibitors  Table price £35  No commission to pay on sales  Set-up time from 8am  When booking, please provide full contact details    Autumn/Winter  Sessions take place at the Willow Gallery's Dunbabin Room. Some courses are suitable for beginners, others for those with more expertise. Small class sizes allow plenty of individual attention.  RIGHT: Animal Watercolour Painting with Lesley Palmer  Book online ( , by 'phone (01691 657575) or in person. For Lifelong Learning courses, please book through Aberystwyth University (01970 621580 : ( ). Classes previously listed and not appearing below are now full. Please check our website ( for further details, including any materials, you need to bring.  Animal Watercolour Painting  with Lesley Palmer  Tuesdays 11, 18, 25 Sept, 2 Oct  Time: 10am-1pm   Cost: £85    Mixed-Media Textiles  with Suzette Smart  Sat 15 Sept  Time: 10am-4pm   Cost: £45    Weather in the Landscape  with David Bannister  Sat 22 Sept  Time: 10am-4pm   Cost: £45    Chinese Brush Painting  with Leo Donaghy  Wed 26 Sept, 3, 10, 17 Oct  Time: 10am-1.30pm   Cost: £85    Oil Painting  with Leo Donaghy  Thurs 27 Sept , 4, 11, 18 Oct  Time: 10am-1.30pm   Cost: £85    Modelling a Portrait Head in Clay  with Heather Burnley  Sun 30 Sept, 7 & 14 Oct  Time: 10am-4pm   Cost: £110    Linocut Printmaking  with Ian Phillips  Sat 6 Oct  Time: 10am-4pm   Cost: £55    Sketching a Portrait  with David Bannister  Sat 13 Oct  Time: 10am-4pm   Cost: £45    Natural History Illustration:  Book Creation with Tereska Shepherd  Commencing Mon 22 Oct  Time: 10.30am-4pm   Cost: £220    Batik Bags  with Jenny O'Leary  Sat 27 Oct  Time: 10am-4pm   Cost: £45    Ceramic Birds  with Sara Wood  Sat 10 Nov  Time: 10am-12.30pm   Cost: £45    Mixed-Media Heirloom Banners  with Jenny O'Leary & Suzette Smart  Sat 17 Nov, Sun 18 Nov  Time: 10am-4pm   Cost: £120    Expressive Portraits  with David Bannister  Sat 24 Nov  Time: 10am-4pm   Cost: £50    Mixed-Media Painting: Collage to Distraction with Peter Monaghan  Sun 25 Nov  Time: 10am-4pm   Cost: £50    Exploring Trees through Batik  with Jenny O'Leary  Sat 1 Dec  Time: 10am-4pm   Cost: £45    Embroidered Box  with Suzette Smart  Sat 8 Dec  Time: 10am-4pm   Cost: £50    Cliffs & Coasts:  Feltmaking with Susan Mulcock  Sat 15 Dec  Time: 10am-4.30pm   Cost: £45  Capture your favourite wildlife animal in watercolour or create a portrait of a cherished pet.    Create textile pieces for collage or into a calico book, then embellish with different hand stitches.    Use colour, texture and expressive mark-making to create weather in your landscape.    Explore the composition, style and character of the finest artists of the Song Dynasty.    Transform sketch book ideas and photographs, scaling them up into a successful oil painting.    Model a life-size head from life, taking essential measurements in order to get a good likeness.    Explore a variety of linocut techniques with this professional and experienced printmaker.    Learn how to compose and use simple drawing tools to create a portrait with likeness.    On this 8-session  Lifelong Learning course extending into 2019, develop the skills to create your own natural history illustration book.    Explore the ancient Indonesian technique of batik, layering dyes and hot wax to create original designs.    Create and decorate a pair of ceramic birds. After glazing and firing, they are put on oak stands.    Use batik, fabric collage and embroidery to create an heirloom to hand down through the generations.    Give your portraits life and character using expressive mark making and colour. Give caricatures a go too!    Look at ways of creating less traditional representative forms through collage.    Use hot wax, bleach and inks to create pieces of work on the theme of trees.    Create a colourful box with fabric collage, free machine embroidery and creative hand stitching.    Experiment with various fibres and inlays, creating the basis of a coastal scene in felt.  OUR DUNBABIN ROOM  In a separate building behind the Willow Gallery, the Dunbabin Room is a multipurpose space that lends itself to an array of activities from parties to fitness classes. It is also the venue for a range of excellent workshops and courses in arts and crafts - and students often express curiosity about the room's name... Read on ( [NB Requires PDF Reader]  83692f7e-3045-492c-88b8-88d147b1bd88.jpg  After-school & half-term activities for children from ages 6-13  Many children like to make things and try new crafts - maybe have a go at batik using wax and dyes, have fun with paper, paint and glue, or make a colourful picture from sheep's wool! For more information, please contact Education Officer Jenny O'Leary at the Gallery.  Folk fiddle, flute & mandolin with Diana Buckle  Contact: 07983 884411 (  Lindy Hop with Adie  Mondays, 7.30pm  £5 per week  Contact: 07980 291311  Yoga with Betty    Fridays, 10-11.30am  Mixed ability  Contact: 01938 554894  Tai Chi with David Bannister    Fridays, 14 Sept-19 Oct  1.30-3pm   £45 for 6 sessions  Contact: 07541 535587 (  Pat works2296e10c-c330-4fda-b8df-c36ec4104cd3.gif mainly in silver, but also uses copper and enamel processes, inspired by the beauty of the natural world. From her workshop in Cheshire and connections in the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter, she is able to source materials and craft the original and beautiful jewellery you can see on sale at the Willow Gallery Shop - or, if you have a particular piece in mind - for yourself or for a special gift - Pat is always happy to help (see her website ( ).  863366c4-e31a-4900-b037-99fab2b945fc.jpg And do bear in mind the Own Art loan scheme includes the cost of buying high-quality contemporary jewellery - and also applies to commissions, including engagement and wedding rings...  ABOVE: Pat in her workshop    A former car showroom, the gallery was founded by local craftsman Peter Vidal and opened in 2012 to promote contemporary art. A not-for-profit community interest company, it supports established and emerging artists (and particularly local talent) working across many disciplines, from painting and sculpture to fine woodworking, textile arts, pottery, jewellery, glass and photography. As well as regularly-changing exhibitions, we run artist-led workshops and courses, and hosts a programme of events, including live music, craft fairs, special exhibits, craft demonstrations and talks. Our artists-in-residence enjoy engaging with the public and are keen to share their knowledge and passion. There is also a cafĂ© and a shop.  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Plant Sale at Hall Farm Nursery

Message from Christine and Nic at Hall Farm Nursery, Kinnerley.

Dear nursery customer,

 Our famous and popular plant sale is approaching:

Thursday 6th, Friday 7th & Saturday 8th September 10am to 5pm.

Sale plants £1 & £3.

 New Plants added each day, so the bargains will be just as good whichever day you come.

Please tell your gardening friends – there are plenty of plants for everyone!

 We look forward to seeing you.

 Best wishes

Christine & Nic

 Hall Farm Nursery

Vicarage Lane,



--   Yoland Brown  Brownhill House B&B & Garden, Ruyton XI Towns nr. Shrewsbury SY4 1LR  Tel:  01939 261 121 uk  ShACC - Shropshire Alternative Car Club -  MAILING LIST  for Ruyton XI Towns area  Yo`s blog:

Extend - change of day next week

Message from Margaret Lycett.

--   Yoland Brown  Brownhill House B&B & Garden, Ruyton XI Towns nr. Shrewsbury SY4 1LR  Tel:  01939 261 121 uk  ShACC - Shropshire Alternative Car Club -  MAILING LIST  for Ruyton XI Towns area  Yo`s blog:

Churchyard working party

Message from Chris Ayers,

Morning Everyone    Weather permitting there will be a Churchyard Working Party this Saturday, 1st September from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Please bring your own tools. Refreshments provided.     Chris
--   Yoland Brown  Brownhill House B&B & Garden, Ruyton XI Towns nr. Shrewsbury SY4 1LR  Tel:  01939 261 121 uk  ShACC - Shropshire Alternative Car Club -  MAILING LIST  for Ruyton XI Towns area  Yo`s blog:

Wednesday 29 August 2018

Centenary of the end of World War I

Message from Avi Sanders Royle, Brownhill.

Beacon for the Centenary of the end of WW1.



A beacon will be lit on Sunday 11 November 2018 above the War Memorial in the field behind Rock House Brownhill Ruyton XI Towns SY4 1LR.  Any offers of assistance gratefully received.


I am seeking any descendants of the fallen as a result of that conflict.  According to the plaque in the memorial they are:

Samuel Braddock, John Brayne, Charles Cunningham, James Edwards, Edward Hanmer, Albert Haste, Benjamin Jones, Richard Jones, Harry Kilvert, Albert Lewis, George Morgan, Sydney Morris, John W Owen, Richard Stadler, William Stant, Edward Vow and Harry Walker.

There are 3 additional names who also should be listed: Charles H Hanmer, Ernest Lloyd & Alfred Rogers so I'm trying to find their descendants too. 

I'd also be interested to hear about anyone's relatives who served in WW1, especially if they are local.

Please contact me on



--   Yoland Brown  Brownhill House B&B & Garden, Ruyton XI Towns nr. Shrewsbury SY4 1LR  Tel:  01939 261 121 uk  ShACC - Shropshire Alternative Car Club -  MAILING LIST  for Ruyton XI Towns area  Yo`s blog:

NGS Gardens open in September

Message from Shropshire National Gardens Scheme - raising funds for charity.

September gardens open for charity

There are some beautiful Shropshire gardens open during September for the National Garden Scheme, raising money for cancer and caring charities including Macmillan, Marie Curie and Hospices UK as well as a host of others.

Windy Ridge: Little Wenlock, Telford, TF6 5BB: open on Sunday 2nd September (12-5pm); delightful, plant-packed garden with strong design and exuberant planting, looking lovely in early autumn.  Lots of interest for keen gardeners in this garden.

Goldstone Hall:  Goldstone, nr Market Drayton, TF9 2NA: open on Wednesday 5th September (2-5pm); amazing double herbaceous border, huge productive garden, lots of rose and herb borders, plus delightful stripey lawns: there is much to enjoy at Goldstone:

48 Bramble Ridge: Bridgnorth, WV16 4SQ: open on Sunday 9th September (12.30-5.30pm); steep garden with many steps and levels affording far-reaching views to the Severn Valley; plant-packed terraces with late summer colour, full of interesting plants: not suitable for less-mobile visitors:

Sunningdale:  9 Mill Street, Wem, SY4 5ED: open on Sunday 9th September (11-4pm); full of rare and interesting plants, this town garden in the heart of Wem is a hidden gem: lovely borders, productive garden, ponds and waterfalls to enjoy; some wheelchair access:

Ruthall Manor: Ditton Priors, Bridgnorth, WV16 6TN: open on Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th September (1-6pm): rare and interesting trees give early autumn interest in this delightful garden, offset by late summer borders & rose beds and a beautiful old pond:

The National Garden Scheme raises money for nursing and caring charities, including Macmillan, Marie Curie, Hospices UK, Parkinson's UK and many others: a full list of the NGS beneficiaries can be found at:      
More information on Shropshire gardens in the National Garden Scheme can be found at or by following the links above to individual gardens. 
Please forward this email to family and friends.
Many thanks, from, Allison
Allison Walter, County Organiser, NGS Shropshire

Please follow us on social media:
Facebook: Shropshire NGS
Twitter: @shropshireNGS

--   Yoland Brown  Brownhill House B&B & Garden, Ruyton XI Towns nr. Shrewsbury SY4 1LR  Tel:  01939 261 121 uk  ShACC - Shropshire Alternative Car Club -  MAILING LIST  for Ruyton XI Towns area  Yo`s blog:

Tuesday 28 August 2018

COME & SING! Cantiones at Christ Church, Oswestry 6th October

Don`t forget Lucinda our vicar also runs the Cliffe Community Choir 

Contact:   = TWO opportunities to sing,

Message from Sian Jones, Cantiones Chamber Choir, Oswestry.

If you have always wanted to try singing with a choir or you already do and would like to spend a day singing with a really nice bunch of singers then you are invited by Cantiones Chamber Choir in Oswestry to join them on 6th October.

with Cantiones Chamber Choir
Dvorak's Mass in D

Saturday 6th October 2018
9:30am to 5:00 pm
Christ Church, Arthur Street, Oswestry SY11 1JN.

Musical Director: Gerry Howe
Accompanist: Christopher Symons

The cost will be £12 to include music hire and light refreshments, although Student 16+ in full time education are welcome free of charge.

For information and application form:
Tel: 01691 655358 or Email

The 4pm performance is free to the public

--   Yoland Brown  Brownhill House B&B & Garden, Ruyton XI Towns nr. Shrewsbury SY4 1LR  Tel:  01939 261 121 uk  ShACC - Shropshire Alternative Car Club -  MAILING LIST  for Ruyton XI Towns area  Yo`s blog:

Ride and Stride - 8th September

Message from Chris Ayers forwarded by David Sheran, Doctor`s Meadow.

Ride and Stride is a way of raising money for Shropshire Historic Churches Trust and our own church. The idea is to cycle, walk, ride, drive or even canoe between churches. There are 241 churches open in Shropshire for this event.

See attached poster for more details.

If you would like to get involved please contact Chris Ayers on 260594 for a sponsorship form.

--   Yoland Brown  Brownhill House B&B & Garden, Ruyton XI Towns nr. Shrewsbury SY4 1LR  Tel:  01939 261 121 uk  ShACC - Shropshire Alternative Car Club -  MAILING LIST  for Ruyton XI Towns area  Yo`s blog:

Feedback on the Pizza Van

Message from a Baschurch resident on the Mailing List - such comments are most welcome.

"I just wanted to say that we have had  the pizza's several times and they are delicious! 

Great idea and also great to support local business".

--   Yoland Brown  Brownhill House B&B & Garden, Ruyton XI Towns nr. Shrewsbury SY4 1LR  Tel:  01939 261 121 uk  ShACC - Shropshire Alternative Car Club -  MAILING LIST  for Ruyton XI Towns area  Yo`s blog:

The Pizza Van

THE PIZZA VAN - is run by Geoff Smith and family from Dunning Close, Doctor`s Meadow.

They can be found on the forecourt of Pams Flower Shop every Saturday from 5.30pm   -  Make new friends in the queue, their pizzas are very popular.

More details can be found on their facebook page.  But in the meantime, here is a pictureof their menu sent by Colin Case.

If anyone can give me their phone number/email address that would be most helpfull.

--   Yoland Brown  Brownhill House B&B & Garden, Ruyton XI Towns nr. Shrewsbury SY4 1LR  Tel:  01939 261 121 uk  ShACC - Shropshire Alternative Car Club -  MAILING LIST  for Ruyton XI Towns area  Yo`s blog:

Parish Council tonight - Safer Roads in Ruyton

Message from Avril Sanders-Royle, Brownhill.

Everyone is invited to tonight's Parish Council meeting at 7.30 as Councillor Davenport,  the person responsible for roads in Shropshire will be there. The venue is the Victoria Rooms. In a letter to him from the Ruyton Safer Roads Group it was stated:

The Safer Roads Group will be recommending to the Parish Council that it joins the Campaign to ensure 20 mph speed limits in all urban areas across Shropshire and that the Parish Council should adopt a policy of seeking to ensure that there is a 20 mph speed limit throughout Ruyton XI Towns. Please arrange for details of the processes necessary to achieve this and the costings to be forwarded.

As there are so many issues with traffic in the village, especially the recent serious collision between a child cyclist and a vehicle, I would urge all to attend especially parents.


Avi Sanders Royle (Ruyton Safer Roads Group and Parish Council Member)

--   Yoland Brown  Brownhill House B&B & Garden, Ruyton XI Towns nr. Shrewsbury SY4 1LR  Tel:  01939 261 121 uk  ShACC - Shropshire Alternative Car Club -  MAILING LIST  for Ruyton XI Towns area  Yo`s blog:

Sunday 26 August 2018

Fwd: Moor Farm Shop & Polo Club Bank Holiday Weekend

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Polo At Moor Farm this weekend

Saturday 25th August: Polo Match at 3pm. Bar and slow roasted beef baps from 2pm

Sunday 26th August: Beginners instructional chukkas for players who have learnt to play this season at 1pm, Match to follow. Bar and BBQ from 1pm

On Monday we are taking the ponies to Tidworth Polo Club for a Army match. On Tuesday the ponies will have a well earnt break!!

Free Entry for both days.



Bank Holiday Fun Day at Moor Farm

Monday 27th August 2018

Enjoy a Fun bank holiday at Moor farm. We will be holding a mini open farm funday. Bouncy castles, burgers to celebrate burger week and ice cream to follow. Visit the cattle, chickens and pigs. We have new piglets to see. Try your skills at bicycle polo and cheer on the children In the children's races. There will be a treasure hunt to test your mental skills. Entry is free. Come dressed for the weather. 



Bank Holiday Opening Times

Saturday 25th August: Shop - 9am - 5pm Tea Room 9am - 4pm

Sunday 26th August: Shop - 9am - 5pm Tea Room 9am - 4pm

Monday 27th August: Shop - 10am - 4pm Tea Room 10am - 3pm

Tuesday 28th August: Shop - 9am - 5pm Tea Room 9am - 4pm


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