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Our new committee have taken over but we still need a couple more committee members.  Please let the committee know if you would like to join the team.  It’s nothing arduous and you learn a lot along the way.  New members who join the committee can be co-opted.

 The committee meetings in future will be at White Notley Village Hall at 9 am. on the day the guild meets.

We are now having Zoom Committee meetings and any news will be sent to members (mostly by email) in the monthly catchup round robin.  If there is anything you feel we should discuss, please contact Chris Applebee.   Many thanks


The Actual June Meeting has been deferred to the 4th Saturday June 26th as we may be able to meet at White Notley by then.

The July 17th meeting will be at White Notley Hall.  The Friendship day has been postponed till next year as Grange barn might not be available.

The August meeting will be on the second Saturday 14th August as the Assoc. Summer School is on at Writtle this year and begins on the 15th Aug.  This was discussed at the AGM as some of our members are enrolled for courses and there’s a sales day on the 21st which many members might like to go to.

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We have added an extra lecture in June (0n the actual guild day) as our meeting at White Notley on the 26th may have to be cancelled due to covid regulations? Then we would have nothing that month.  This way we will definitely have something to look forward to.  

On Saturday 19th June at 2 pm , we will be joined by Japanese weaver Momoka Gomi for a journey through colour and texture, in Japanese culture and in her own weaving practice.  Throughout her training to become a Kimono dresser from the age of 17, Momoka Gomi learnt the value of textiles and the preciousness of each piece of fabric.  One of the 2019 cohort of Crafts Council-supported Hothouse Makers, Momoka weaves on a mechanical dobby loom at her Nottingham studio, mainly using cotton denim and silk yarns.  Her influences include memory, recollection, and the progression of wisdom and beauty, in both life and weaving, which comes with the passage of time.