Pontefract Artist Purple Faye at Wakefield Westgate Studios: Demo and Artwalk

On Tuesday 25th July 2017 I performed a demonstration of how I make my 3D acrylic paintings for Wakefield Art Club. Lasting for 2 hours, from 7pm-9pm with a 15min tea break interval half way through, I started by showing them the process of drawing the design on the cardboard, then cutting it out and layering it to make it 3D. Next I showed them how I use modroc to cover the cardboard and create texture. I was making a Highland cow so I could show several techniques of manipulating the modroc to make different textures. The modroc needed more than 15mins to dry in the interval so I’d fetched along one that I’d prepared earlier so I could show them the next stage of painting it with acrylic paint.

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I really enjoyed it, and I had lots of nice comments saying that the audience enjoyed it too. so if anyone else would like me to come to your art club etc to show how I make my 3D acrylic paintings then please get in touch.

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I can also do workshops too so you can try it for yourself.

When I arrived at Wakefield Westgate Studios, where the demonstration was taking place, I was let in by the owner Carl Hardwick. He told me that there was an empty studio available for the Artwalk taking place the next day if I wanted to use it.

Even though it was a bit late notice, less than a day away, I had fetched quite a lot of my work to show at the demonstration  so I could leave it in the studio overnight. This was really helpful and meant I had less things to fetch and carry the next day.

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Wakefield Artwalk takes place every other month, January March May July September November, on the last Wednesday of that month. Lots of different venues are involved, but not all the venues take place in every one, showing a variety of different art exhibitions, open studios, talks and much more. You can see previous Artwalk outings in my blog posts about them here, here and here or type artwalk into the search bar.

I was pleased with how I got the studio looking in a short space of time and I had lots of nice comments from the visitors that came in. I even had a couple of enquiries about workshops and demonstrations and was able to do some more research into what templates people would like to see for my make your own 3D picture kits too.

So overall a productive and successful couple of days.

Let me know in the comments below what you would like me to make a template of so you can make your own 3D picture.

I look forward to seeing what you put.

 

Till next time,

Take care.

Purple Faye x

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Pontefract Artist Purple Faye at Holmfirth Artweek 2nd-8th July 2017

Starting at 10am on Sunday 2nd July and finishing at 5pm on Saturday the 8th of July in Holmfirth Civic Hall, the main exhibition, Holmfirth Artweek is one of the UK’s largest open art exhibitions. This year was my third year taking part, you can read about the preparation for it and my first and second years there in previous blog posts here, here and here.

This year I had two of my 3D acrylic paintings in the main exhibition and it was the first year that I put some of my cards and framed prints in the market too.

On the Thursday and Friday, 6th and 7th July 2017, I took part in the artist demonstrations. I’d done these in previous years too, the first year was just an afternoon and last year was for one day, so I had some idea of what to expect and was looking forward to them. I was looking forward to seeing the other artists demonstrations as much as I was looking forward to doing my own.

I’d decided that on the first day I would do the cardboard and modroc stages then leave them to dry overnight and paint them on the second day.

I’ll show more in depth work in progress shots of each of them and explain more about them too in seperate blog posts. This is just a brief overview so you can get an idea of what I got up to.

On the second day I had to have a bit of a shuffle about to make room for the artist who was going next to me.

I was also able to have some of my cards and framed prints on another table in the demo area too, just across from where I was so I could keep an eye on it.

Both the days passed really quickly and it wasn’t long until I was back on Saturday afternoon to collect anything that hadn’t sold. Sadly that was everything, but I’d still enjoyed it and have already been told that I can demo there on the Friday and Saturday next year so I’ll see you there!

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Holmfirth Artweek is run by volunteers so I’d like to say a big thank you to them all for all their hard work in making it run as smoothly as it did.

Find out more on holmfirthartweek.org.uk

 

Any questions?

Just ask in the comments below.

 

Till next time,

take care.

Purple Faye x

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Purple Faye Adventure: Great Yorkshire Show 2017

Last Thursday, 13th July 2017, I went to the last day of this year’s Great Yorkshire Show with my sister and my mum. Last year I went on my own, which you can read about here, and the year before that my sister came with me, read about that here. This year was the first time that I’ve been with my mum. I’m glad she could come this year, it’s grown a bit since she last came when she was still at school. It’s even changed since my sister last came 2 years ago as the new building with the food hall and other stalls has been built since then. And the flowers have their own building now too.

“The Great Yorkshire Show is England’s largest agricultural show. It’s held in Harrogate at the specially dedicated Great Yorkshire Showground. The first show was in 1837 and it’s been on every year since then on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the beginning of July (usually the second week).

In 2012 it unfortunately had to be cancelled after one day due to weather conditions that made the car parks too muddy and unsafe to use.”

I’ve been going for quite a few years now, usually on the Thursday due to work plus I like going on the last day so you can get the food and flower bargains at the end of the day. There’s also quite a lot of free food samples to try, especially cheese, which are always welcome.

I usually enter via the green entrance as that’s the easiest one to get to in relation to which field I get parked in. It’s the one closest to the horses so we could look at them as we made our way to the cows for my sister. I’d bought our tickets from Morrisons a couple of weeks before so we didn’t have to queue to get in, not that there was much of one anyway, and it meant they were a bit cheaper too.

My sister loves cows, especially short horns, so as we made our way to the Gundog show we went to see the cows.

The traffic hadn’t been as bad as we thought it might have been so we got there with plenty of time before the Gundog show at 10:30am. So once we’d looked at all the cows, and baby cows, we went in some of the arts and crafts tents and then went to see the sheep.

It was then time for the Gundog show, where we could compare the trained Cocker Spaniels to our Sprockers, Jeffrey and Winter, and Springers, Spring and Summer.

Next was the Chris Slater artist demonstration so I left my mum and sister, they went to the food hall, and went over to where the demo would be taking place.

Chris Slater is a plein air, which means he works outside directly from the subject in the open air, landscape painter and for his demo he painted the scene outside the gallery building and demo tent in oil paint. I took some pics of the progress he made so you can see how it developed over the hour.

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It was a difficult scene so it was interesting to see how he tackled it. Once he’d finished I had a look round in the gallery and spoke to Lucy Fiona Morrison about her demonstration which was coming up next. I was really pleased that I was getting to see her demo this year as in previous years she’d done hers on the Tuesday or Wednesday so I’d not been able to see them. It was nice to have a catch up to see how she was doing too, her studio is in Wakefield Westgate so I sometimes see her and her work on the Wakefield Artwalk.

There was still half an hour or so until her demo so I went over to look at the chickens and forge then came back.

Lucy Fiona Morrison is also a landscape painter who works in oils but she prefers to work from photographs and reference sketches. She showed how she starts to apply the final layer of oil paint to one of her large landscape paintings of Holmfirth.

It wasn’t finished by the time her demo ended but I really liked seeing how she worked, it also reminded me of why I don’t have the patience for oil paints. They take far too long to dry for my way of working.

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Once she’d finished I messaged my mum and sister to find out where they were so I could meet up with them again and we could all go to see the end of the Grand Cattle Display and the Atkinson Action Horses in the main show ring. They were really good, hopefully they’ll be back again next year and will get more time to show what they can do. The 30 mins they were scheduled to have didn’t seem that long, especially as they were late getting started.

It was getting towards closing by this time so we had another look round the stalls, popped into the Asda and Tesco stands to try out the samples they had on offer, cheeses, bread, strawberries and cream, icecream and porkpie. I saw a bike/trike that I liked the look of for obvious reasons.

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Then we had one final visit to the food hall for the last of the bargains and free samples, mum got some flowers from there and then we made our way back to the car and home. Tired and a bit sun burnt, but we all said that we’d enjoyed our day out and I’m looking forward to going again next year.

Have you ever been to the Great Yorkshire Show? What do you think to it? Do you have a favourite bit? I’d love to hear about it, please leave me a comment about it below.

 

Till next time,

Take care.

Purple Faye x

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Purple Faye Art Adventure: The Hepworth Wakefield April 8th 2017

Last Saturday (8th April 2017) after I’d visited The Hepworth Wakefield Spring Market, in The Calder building, I popped over to the main building to look round. I was looking forward to seeing the Disobedient Bodies exhibition but I’m going to write about that in a separate blog post, I don’t want the other exhibitions to get overshadowed and lost by putting them all together, there’s some really great work in them (as you will see in the pics I took) and it’s be a shame to overlook them

It really is worth making the trip to see them for yourself if you can but if you can’t then hopefully this will give you a bit of a taster. I tried to take shots that would give a sense of seeing how the pieces work together as a whole exhibition rather than focusing on individual pieces,  I did focus more on the things I liked most though. I also tried to take pics of the information written on the wall to explain what each exhibition is about but I’ll also include excerps from The Hepworth website at the end to help provide more detail too.

You’ll also see some shots taken from the windows in the gallery spaces too, many including the Chantry Chapel where I exhibited some of my work in last May’s Artwalk, read about it here.

-Additional Infomation-

Anthea Hamilton Reimagines Kettle’s Yard 15 September 2016 – 1 May 2017

The Hepworth Wakefield and Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge are delighted to present a new installation by 2016 Turner Prize nominee, Anthea Hamilton, an artist renowned for her art-pop, culture-inspired sculptures and installations that incorporate references from the worlds of art, fashion, design and cinema.

Hamilton has reinstalled our exhibition Kettle’s Yard at The Hepworth Wakefield which has been on display since May 2016, while Kettle’s Yard is closed for renovation.  

Based on her research into the art and objects of the Kettle’s Yard collection, Hamilton has re-appropriated objects from the collection, using unexpected details as starting points for new works. 

Significantly, Hamilton has also invited several British and international artists, with whom she has either previously worked, or whose work is important to her, to contribute to this exhibition. These include: French artist Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann, British artist Nicholas Byrne, British photographer Roger Philips, German artist Daniel Sinsel, Latvian artist Ella Kruglyanskaya, Polish artist Maria Loboda and the celebrated American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. 

György Gordon: From Hungary to Yorkshire, 1924-2005 Opens Sat 25 February

The Hungarian-born artist György Gordon became a refugee after fleeing the Hungarian Uprising of 1956. He resettled in Wakefield in 1964 where he became a lecturer in Graphic Design and the leader of the painting department at Wakefield College of Art.

A gifted teacher, he inspired admiration and affection from generations of young artists. This new exhibition celebrates the recent gift of three paintings to the Wakefield collection.

Approximately 30 works, comprising paintings, works on paper and archival material are on display, including the three gifted works exploring themes of solitude and displacement.

A Contemporary Collection

24 September 2016 – Autumn 2017

The Wakefield Permanent Art Collection was founded in 1923, and housed in Wakefield Art Gallery from 1932. Shortly after, Wakefield Councilman Alfred Carr stated that the purpose of the collection was ‘to keep in touch with modern art, in its relations to modern life’. In its first decades, the collection acquired works of art by important British artists of the early twentieth century who had championed art as a reflection of contemporary experience. These included critic and painter Roger Fry and artists of the Camden Town Group who celebrated ordinary people and everyday events.

The collection supported emerging local artists Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore, acquiring their work early in their careers along with that of painter Ben Nicholson. Nicholson and Hepworth, who married in 1938, had formed a new avant-garde in the 1930s that fused geometric abstraction and utopian ideals, which they took to St. Ives during World War II. Paintings created in response to the devastation of the war were acquired by Wakefield through the War Artists Advisory Committee in the late 1940s, providing local audiences with a reflection of the hardships they and their fellow countrymen faced.

In post-war Britain, Wakefield continued to host exhibitions of contemporary artists and collect their works. Alan Davie had his first solo exhibition at Wakefield Art Gallery in 1958 under the directorship of Helen Kapp, and a number of his paintings were subsequently acquired. Gifts have played an important part in the development of the collection. As the new building of The Hepworth Wakefield was in development, Sir Alan Bowness, Barbara Hepworth’s son-in-law, donated a group of paintings through
the Art Fund. These included works by Davie and significant abstract artists of the 1960s and 70s such as John Golding and John Hoyland.

Since opening in 2011, The Hepworth Wakefield has continued Wakefield’s tradition of supporting contemporary artists through exhibitions and acquisitions. Its inaugural exhibition was of new work by Eva Rothschild, whose sculpture Wandering Palm was subsequently acquired. Some artists who have exhibited at the gallery have generously given works to the collection, such as Matt Darbyshire’s Untitled (Shelf), which allows the collection to remain contemporary. One of the most recent acquisitions, Anthea Hamilton’s Leg Chair, was acquired through the Contemporary Art Society in 2015, and marks Hamilton’s current exhibition in Gallery 3.

NEW FOR 2017

A Contemporary Collection includes a section curated by Art & Social, a group of young people who meet every Friday at The Hepworth Wakefield to be creative, build skills and develop friendships and confidence. They have selected works from the collection, which are presented alongside collectively written poems that give an insight into their choices.

The Hepworth Family Gift/Hepworth at Work

On Permanent Display at The Hepworth Wakefield

The Hepworth Family Gift consists of 44 full size, rarely seen working models – surviving prototypes in plaster and aluminium made in preparation for the works in bronze Hepworth executed from the mid-1950s to the end of her career. It also includes drawings and a large group of lithographs and screen prints by Barbara Hepworth, and has been given to The Hepworth Wakefield, via the Art Fund, by the artist’s daughters Rachel Kidd and Sarah Bowness, through the Trustees of the Barbara Hepworth Estate.

The Hepworth at Work display explores Hepworth’s studio environment, her work in plaster, her collaborative relationships with bronze foundries and the monumental commissions she received in the last fifteen years of her life. The tools and materials on display were Hepworth’s own and have been drawn from her second studio in St Ives, the Palais de Danse. Also featured is a step-by-step reconstruction of the bronze-casting process, photographs of works in progress and four specially commissioned films containing archival footage of the artist in her studio.

The gallery introduces The Hepworth Family Gift, a unique collection of Hepworth’s working models that is on permanent display at The Hepworth Wakefield. Representing the first stage of the creative process, they offer an invaluable insight into her art and, in particular, her approach to working with plaster.

The collection reflects the variety of ways in which Hepworth used plaster and aluminium. She preferred to make prototypes on the same scale as the finished sculptures and would have worked directly on the majority of these models.

The centrepiece of the Gift is the aluminium prototype for Winged Figure, 1961 – 3, the sculpture commissioned by John Lewis Partnership for their flagship store on Oxford Street, London. At nearly six metres high, this is the only working model to survive for the monumental commissions Hepworth received in later life.

 

 

Till next time,

Take care.

Purple Faye

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Visit to Henry Moore exhibition at Queen’s Mill Castleford 2016

On Friday (21st October 2016) I went to visit the Henry Moore exhibition at The Island Gallery, Queen’s Mill, Castleford.

8th- 29th October, open 10am-4pm Mon-Sat.

“Castleford Heritage Trust and Sandra Worthington present HENRY MOORE AN ARTISTIC LEGACY – A COLLECTION OF HIS SHELTER SKETCHBOOK ILLUSTRATIONS PLUS WORKS BY THE LATE ROBERT GLADE

All items in the exhibition are loaned by their owner Sandra Worthington.

Robert Glade (1926-2015) grew up in the mid-west during America’s Depression and moved to Chicago in the 1950’s to join the beat poets and musicians in ‘the windy city’.  It was in the early 1960’s when Glade met Castleford born Sandra Worthington who was working as a teacher, they moved into an appartment together and in 1966 became engaged.  In 1968 Sandra brought Glade to Europe where they toured the art galleries of capital cities, during this time Glade also visited Castleford where Sandra’s father, a miner, took him crown green bowling in Queen’s Park. From this point on Glade became an arts dealer and collector amassing a great collection of works which included the Henry Moore collotypes. On his death he bequeathed the collotypes to Sandra who has allowed the exhibition to take place.

The works by Moore feature a series of collotypes from his time sheltering from the Blitz in Belsize Park underground railway station.  Moore’s studio in Hampstead was out of action at that time (1940) due to bomb damage, the sketches were subsequently seen by Kenneth Clark, director of the National Gallery who persuaded Moore to become an official war artist.”

For more information on Castleford Heritage Trust and the Queen’s Mill project visit castlefordheritagetrust.org.uk

I think that the mill makes a perfect exhibition space so hopefully there will be more there in the future.

 

Till next time,

Take care

Purple Faye x

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Art Adventure: Wakefield Artwalk 28th September 2016

On Wednesday 28th September (2016) I went to Wakefield for the Artwalk 5pm-9pm. The past couple of Artwalks (May and July)  I’d been taking part in events (including my solo exhibition at Chantry Chapel for May’s Artwalk that you can read about in the blog post I wrote about it) so wasn’t able to see what everyone else was up to. This time I didn’t want to do that so I could experience the Artwalk like I had in March (you can read the blog post about that one here)

“Every other month, venues across Wakefield come alive with a variety of visual arts and crafts, live music, and performances. All are welcome, so slip on some comfy shoes and come and enjoy the art on offer whilst you explore our city”  www.artwalk.org.uk

First stop was the Chantry Chapel to see Rachel Richardson (@bobshaped) and the set of 12 prints that she made while she was artist in residence at Wakefield Cathedral during the renovation of the east end. I was a bit early to see the photographs of Mark Richardson (who was also exhibiting at Chantry Chapel) as he was still setting up when I got there just after 5pm but what I did get to see  looked good. I was hoping to pop back in at the end of the artwalk but unfortunately that didn’t happen as time ran away with me as it usually does on Artwalk.

Next I went up to The Picture Box Gallery to drop off some more of my 3D Print Greetings cards (these ones were framed too) and to make sure I was able to keep my work in there for the next 3 months. I even got some good news that I’d sold a few more of my 3D Print Greetings cards there too.

From The Picture Box Gallery I walked the short distance to Wakefield Cathedral to see the artwork by Manygates Art Group plus the prints and beautiful fused glass by children from local schools (and a bit more work from Rachel Richardson too).

Next I went to see the colourful abstract paintings of Lisa Robinson at the Wakefield Beer Exchange, followed by the high definition aluminium wall prints and tabletops by Peruso Art to life at Jordans Solicitors.

I knew that there was going to be lots of things to see at Westgate Studios, including more of Lisa Robinson’s work and a chance to speak to her in her studio, work by Wakefield Art Club including artist Ann Marie Day, an exhibition by Helen Field in the project space, “After in B4” which was a group exhibition including Lucy Morrison (who I went to see at The Great Yorkshire Show this year which you can read about here), Depression Support group art and poetry featuring work by Fiona Kearns (who’s work I went to see as part of the Leeds College of Art End of Year Show “Made here.”) There were also several artist studios open too so that’s where I headed to next.

After Westgate Studios I went to Unity Works to see the work by Luke Bartle, Sally Sallett and Maxine Wood, then across the road to Theatre Royal Wakefield for artist group EIYIA “presenting their magical world of dreamlike creatures in a special one-off exhibition Varelse”

EIYIA is a group of artists, born from the deepest love for art, for the thrill of being able to create ideas
that at first seem impossible, parallel to our reality, worlds that seem to seek answers to the most
complex questions we all ask ourselves. The members of EIYIA, inseparable for over four years now
are; Emily Anne England, a young women from England, who has slowly discovered between pages old
and faded, a rich universe of magic. Her work tries to display her love for detail, with a hidden emotion
created thanks to the rich pallet of colour, and along side her, Álvaro Lope Morales Quevedo, a Spanish
artist who has always felt distant from this world, with his works of art full of feeling, show what your
imagination can create, queens, goblins and magical creatures that seem born from Swedish literature.
Both lovers of the distant unknown always looking to create new proyects for the future to come.”

After the Theatre Royal Wakefield I headed to Westgate Chapel to see the exhibition of fabric collages “12 Moonths” by Jan Millington which depicted each moon of 2016 then on to The Art House.

Again I knew there was going to be lots to see at The Art House and I started by visiting the lovely Linda (Linda Bulleyment Ceramics) in her studio and had a good chat about stuff. She even very kindly gave me one of her beautiful raindeers as it was an outcast and she was just going to chuck it away otherwise. I then popped by Helen Thomas’s studio and Ann Balmforth’s before seeing the work by the graduate artists in residence Morgan Bodington (neon pink shadows and gold leaf cracks), Yvone Baines (string on floor) and Lisa Nash (sculptures). I finished by having a nice catch up with Mary Duggan (Contrary Mary Designs) and then back up to The Picture Box Gallery to see how their night had been.

 

The next Wakefield Artwalk is Wednesday 30th Novemeber 2016 5pm-9pm and is the last one of the year.

Till next time,

Take care

Purple Faye x

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Purple Faye at Holmfirth Artweek 2016

Held in Holmfirth Civic Hall (Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth, HD9 3AS) Holmfirth Artweek 2016 started on Sunday the 3rd of July at 10am and finished on Saturday 9th of July at 5pm. Featuring over 2,000 artworks by over 400 artists (amateur and professional) it is one of the UK’s largest open art exhibitions.
Holmfirth Artweek is a fundraising event for Macmillan Cancer Support. All the work is for sale with a minimum of 20% of the price paid going towards the charity.
This year was the 50th anniversary too so they wanted to make it an extra special event in celebration.
I took part in Holmfirth Artweek for the first time last year (you can see the blog post about it here) and I was pleased to be selected to take part again this year, even more so when I was asked to do a demonstration of how I make my 3D Acrylic Paintings again too.
Taking in day was 2pm-6pm on Sunday the 26th of June, so I packed up my 2 3D Acrylic Paintings up safe in bubblewrap (with the labels on that had been requested so I didn’t get put in the naughty corner for getting it wrong) and delivered them to the Civic Hall.
The volunteers who run the Artweek then spent the next week hanging and getting everything ready for the start of the exhibition the following Sunday. (Collection day was on Saturday the 9th 5pm-9pm after the exhibition finished at 5pm.)
I was able to exhibit 2 of my 3D Acrylic paintings in the main hall, I chose “The Flying Scotsman No. 4472” and the “All Saints Church” as they were made in the past year and I wanted to show my newer work. Plus I’m proud of them and wanted people to see them (and maybe even like them enough to buy too).
My demonstration was on the Friday, 8th July 2016, from when the hall opened at 10am until it closed at 9pm. I was able to take more of my work to display (and possibly sell) with me along with some kits for people to try the technique for themselves. I also decided that it would be the perfect place to take my new 3D print greetings cards to see what people thought to them.
I made up a few things in advance so they were ready to take with me. I wanted to have each stage of the process available to show to people when they asked me about it, along with  having pieces to work on when I was there too.
The day that I was there seemed to be a bit quiet, the main hall where we were on the stage never seemed to get very full. Although there was a steady trickle of people wondering around most of the time. Those that were looking didn’t really pop up to see us on the stage, and those that did were looking for the market which had moved onto the next floor up.
We did still have a few visitors though and I got some nice feedback on my work and new products. I also had a few people sign up to my newsletter, which you can do by clicking here.
I really enjoyed getting to watch the other artists that were demonstrating, it’s really interesting to see how other artists work, it was also really nice talking to them about it too.
I’ve already been asked to do it again next year, so even though I didn’t sell anything there this year I’m still glad I was able to take part and I’m looking forward to trying again next year.
Hopefully I’ll see you there.

 

List of exhibitors

Artist name Catalogue number Number of works
adam taylor 216 2
Alan Calder 218 2
Alan Dalgetty 101 3
Alex Blakey 219 2
Alex Hutchinson 102 3
Ali O’Neill 222 2
Ali White 103 4
Alison Dunn 221 2
Amy Jones 224 2
Andrew Hambleton 226 2
Andrew Jenkin 104 3
Andy Jarvis 227 2
andy leader 105 3
Angela Rusby 479 2
Ann Davies 229 2
Ann J. Hirst 230 2
Ann O’Donnell 107 Multiple
ANN PARKIN 441 2
Anna Childs 108 3
Anna McDade 231 2
Anne Allan 232 2
anne genner crawford 109 4
Anne Harrey 233 2
annette hetherington 234 2
Annie bogdanovics 235 2
Anthony Ratcliffe 110 5
Avril Morris 111 5
Babs Head 236 2
Barbara Helm 237 2
barbara oldfield 238 2
Barbara Townsend 303 2
BARBARA WILSON 239 2
Barrington Strawbridge 249 2
Barry Kellington 241 2
BARRY THORNTON 113 3
Berenice Causer 225 2
BERIC DYSON 245 2
BETTY HALL 286 2
Beverley Beaumont 247 2
Beverley Haynes
Beverley Madden
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brendan hesmondhalgh 115 5
Brian Lancaster 116 3
BrianHolding 248 2
Brigitte Hayden 250 2
Bruce Mulcahy 117 3
CAMILA ZACCARELLI 251 2
carl jacobs 118 3
Caro Ward 119 3
Carrie McKenzie 252 2
Catherine Aldred 120 4
Catherine Green 121 3
Catherine McGrath 122 3
Cathy Jordan 253 2
Celia Kilner 123 6
Celia Smith 254 2
Charles Holroyd 297 2
Charlotte Bradley 255 2
Charlotte House 389 2
Chris Deering 258 2
Chris Goodswen 256 2
Chris Leaper 259 2
Christine southworth 257 2
christopher jenkins 124 Multiple
Christopher Noble 260 2
Claire Groves 519 2
Claire Lake 263 2
Claire Louise Mather 483 2
Clare tyas 264 2
Colin Dunn 415 2
colleen penny 125 3
D B Shearing 274 2
Daisy Norman 387 2
Dan Ash 266 2
Daren Wild 267 2
Darrell Milnes 268 2
Dave Carroll 269 2
david booth 217 2
David Coldwell 270 2
David cooke 414 2
David Cullearn 271 2
David Helm 272 2
David Lyons 126 3
david Mayne 127 4
David Morris 128 5
DAVID NEWCOMBE 129 5
David Preston 273 2
David Small 130 3
David Steeden 275 2
David Whiting 131 3
David Wilson 244 2
Debbie George 106 6
Deborah Frith 265 2
Denis Brook 132 5
Di Carey 277 2
Diana Gasiorski 375 2
Diane Ellis 278 2
Dianne Cross 133 Multiple
Dianne Westmoreland 134 Multiple
Dionne Swift 135 3
Doctor Simpo 243 2
Donna Foster 279 2
Doreen Ball 280 2
Douglas Beardsell 281 2
E J Lazenby 288 2
Eddie Fenn 325 2
Eileen Hirst 136 3
Elaine Foxton Walker 283 2
Elaine Norton 137 4
Elaine Thelier 138 3
Elisa Etemad 284 2
Elizabeth Noble 289 2
Elle Caldicott 282 2
Emily Flaherty 291 2
Emily Stubbs 292 2
Emma Oughtibridge 294 2
Emma wink 295 2
Eric hill 262 2
ERIC LEE 139 6
ES Fountain 293 2
FAO Jeff Beaumont 154 6
fenne casey 442 2
Fiona Kennett 298 2
Fiona Plaisted 114 3
Fiona Weir 299 2
florence boote 300 2
Frank Hiley 302 2
Fred Phillips 309 2
Gail Dooley 304 2
Gemma Shearing 305 2
Geoff Brook 306 2
Geoff Butterworth 140 3
Geoffrey  Harrop 308 2
Germaine Mallinson 310 2
Gillian L Dunsmore 406 2
Gina B Clarke 141 Multiple
Glenys Newman 446 2
Gower 194 4
Graham Hall 312 2
Gwenda Midgley 313 2
Hannah Smith 261 2
Heather Crompton 315 2
Heather Greenwood 314 2
Heather Jackson 316 2
Heather Shaw 317 2
Heather Smith 425 2
Heidi Farrar 398 2
Helaina Sharpley 142 3
Helen Buttler 318 2
Helen Cassidy 143 3
helen field 319 2
Helen R Jones 320 2
Helen Wright 321 2
Helena Forrester 322 2
Howard Asher 323 2
Ian Marsh 144 Multiple
Ian Walker 324 2
Jackie Stirk 327 2
Jackie Walton 145 Multiple
Jacky Pascual 307 2
jacky rawlins 328 2
JACQUELINE MCKENZIE 329 2
Jacquelyn Cook 330 2
Jacqui Laithwaite-Rawes 146 case
jaki bogg 331 2
Jamie Frost 332 2
JANE AUKLAND 333 2
Jane Burgess 148 5
Jane C. Crewe 345 2
Jane E Galvin 149 3
Jane Horner 334 2
Jane Langley 335 2
Janet Barrett 150 3
Janet Gledhill 336 2
Janet Golphin 151 4
Janet Grainger 337 2
Janice Doherty 338 2
Jayn Barker 339 2
Jayne Shaw 340 2
Jean Bashford 152 3
Jean Farmer 341 2
jean lancaster 342 2
Jean Shires 153 6
Jennifer Kellington 240 2
Jennifer Lee 346 2
Jennifer Sheard 347 2
Jenny Milner 348 2
Jill Hayfield 155 4
Jill Malloy 350 2
Jill Woods 351 2
Jim Robison 147 Multiple
Jo Brown 353 2
Jo Smith 355 2
Joan Leslie 352 2
Joan Smith 401 2
Joan Walker 359 2
Joanne Kitson 354 2
John & Dawn Field 156 Multiple
john a mcpake 157 5
John Edwards 356 2
John Elliott 357 2
John Gorman 358 2
john steve ellis 158 Multiple
Joseph O’Reilly 159 6
josie walters 160 4
Joy Wheatley 360 2
Judith Lees 161 Multiple
Judith Roberts 361 2
Jules Crowther 364 2
Julia Keates 162 3
Kaili Fu 366 2
Karen Whitwam 459 2
Karl butler 367 2
Karl Smith 388 2
Kate Orme 368 2
KATE STRIDE 369 2
Kath Lord 428 2
Katherine Greenwell 163 Multiple
Kathryn A. Crookes 370 2
Katy Measures 371 2
Kay van Bellen 164 4
Kay Westerman 372 2
Kaye Wilson 373 2
Keith Hanselman 165 4
Keith Harris 166 3
Keith Wigglesworth 376 2
Kevin Threlfall 378 2
Kim Onyskiw 379 2
Kin Lee 380 2
Kirsty Meigh 381 2
Kirsty Reilly 382 2
Kok Seng Lee 167 4
Kris Mercer 383 2
leanne schofield 384 2
Lesley Anne Greene 168 3
Liam Raby 385 2
Linda Bulleyment 169 3
Linda Downs 386 2
Lindsay Norman 170 3
Lisa Stubbs 171 3
Liz Armstrong 285 2
Liz Cuerden 287 2
Liz Thomson 290 2
louisa kemp 390 2
Louise Garman 391 2
Luke Avalos 311 2
Lynn Jewell 392 2
Lynne Onyskiw 393 2
M CLEMENTS 363 2
Maeve Coleman 403 2
Maggie Dimmock 172 3
maggie preston 394 2
Malcolm Whittaker 173 4
Margaret Burley 174 3
Margaret Down 395 2
Margaret Fairclough 175 Multiple
Margaret King 276 2
MARGARET LOUISE MELECHI 176 4
Margaret Sowerby
Margaret Steeden
521
396
4
2
margery wild 420 2
Marilyn Isherwood 177 4
Mark Evans 397 2
Mark Smith 400 2
Martin Norman 178 4
Mary Lane 402 2
maureen pritchard 404 2
Maurizio Miele 179 3
maxine pigram 180 4
Michael Bailey 405 2
Michael Claxton 508 2
Michael Curgenven 181 3
Michael Dunsmore 407 2
michael stones 365 2
Michelle Gillespie 411 2
mick kirkby-geddes 182 8
Mick Ward 409 2
mike bickerdike 412 2
Mike Smith 408 2
Mike Wood 410 2
Mina Ahmed 413 2
miren aspinall 183 5
Miss jesvinder Takher 349 2
Mr Saqab Ahmad 475 2
NANCY PEARSON 419 2
Natalia Dolgova 416 2
Nazeerah Khatun/Jalal Abdin 220 2
NEIL COOPER-SMITH 185 3
Nicola Wiktorski 421 2
Nigel Brain 422 2
NINA BENSLEY 423 2
Norman Gath 424 2
Owen Phillips 186 4
Paddy Campbell 436 2
Pamela Lee 426 2
Pat Sabin 435 2
patricia bowditch 432 2
Patricia McDonald 434 2
Paul Allan-Smith 437 2
Paul Brown 438 2
Paul Butcher 439 2
Paul Gallagher 440 2
PAUL LAUGIER 187 3
Paul Muchan 188 Multiple
PAUL ROTHERY 189 Multiple
Paul Talbot-Greaves 190 4
Pauline Meade 191 3
Pauline Wiltshire 223 2
penny phillips 192 3
Pete Van-Zandt 444 2
Peter Fisher 443 2
Peter Miller 449 2
petra evison 445 2
Philip m newman 447 2
Pippa Ashworth 448 2
Purple Faye 450 2
Rachael Gorton 451 2
Rachael Lawrence 193 3
Rachel Knowles 452 2
Rachel smith 453 2
Ralph Shuttleworth 468 2
Richard Ashby 454 2
Richard Carter 455 2
Richard Gawthorpe
Richard Makin
112
456
4
2
ROBERT  J WOOD 197 3
Robert Forster 195 3
Robert Hardcastle 457 2
Robert Keighley 458 2
robert lees 196 Multiple
Rod Websdell 198 Multiple
Roger Pickup 460 2
Roger Simpson 199 4
Ronald Etherington 461 2
ROSALIND ANNIS 200 5
Rosalind Gascoyne 462 2
Rosalyn Porter 463 2
Rose Cuthbertson 464 2
Ross Moore 465 2
Roy Chilvers 466 2
Ruth Farrell 467 2
Ruth Foster 469 2
Ruth Gilbert 470 2
S HALL 362 2
S J Williams 204 4
Sally Brown 471 2
Samantha Jackman 472 2
Samuel Mortimer 473 2
Sandra McGarr 474 2
Sandra Stubbs 201 3
Sara Millican 511 2
Sara Milner 476 2
Sara Rudd 242 2
Sara Stabb 477 2
Sarah bates 478 2
Sarah Brelsford 377 2
Sarah Heath 427 2
Sarah Jones-morris 480 2
Sarah littlewood 481 2
Sarah Scruton 482 2
Sarah Stoker 184 Multiple
Sau Wan Chan 430 2
Shane Wogan 484 2
Sharon Smith 429 2
sharon taylor 485 2
Sheelagh Timm 486 2
Sheila Bibby 202 3
Sheila Spencer 203 Multiple
Shirley Waddington 487 2
Si Flatley 488 2
sofia cox 489 2
Stephen Jones 490 2
Stephen Todd 205 4
SUE ATKINSON 206 4
Sue Brennan 493 2
sue clay 208 4
Sue Finley 417 2
Sue Gibson 491 2
Sue Ibbotson 494 2
Sue Jenkins 207 Multiple
Sue McBurney 495 2
Sue Smith 492 2
Sue Ward 326 2
Susan Evans 209 Multiple
susan page 496 2
Susan Wilson 497 2
Suzanna Dale 498 2
suzanne mcquade 499 2
Sybil Burton 500 2
Sylvia Idle 501 2
Sylvia Jewell 502 2
Sylvia Mellor 210 4
Tanya Palmer 211 3
Therese Ward 503 2
Tillly Shaw
Timothy Copsey
433
504
2
2
Toby Walshaw 301 2
Tonie Rigby 505 2
Tony (Mark Smith) 399 2
Tony Spragg 507 2
Tony W Burton 506 2
Tony Whittaker 344 2
Tracey Ann Britton 509 2
Tracey Mawson 510 2
Trevor Ferguson 512 2
Trevor Pittaway 212 4
Tricia Callaghan 374 2
Ursula Finch 343 2
Valerie Carr 296 2
valerie smithson 513 2
Valérie Wartelle 213 3
Veronica Lee 214 Multiple
Vic Cruz 514 2
vicki Uttley 431 2
Vivien Heptinstall 515 2
Vivienne a brown 516 2
Wendy Constance 517 2
Wendy Ward 518 2
William Bradshaw 215 5
Zoe 228 2
zoe barber 520 2

 

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