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Contemporary Quilt Group Annual Meeting in Manchester

This event takes place on 24th March 2018 from 10:30am to 4:00pm and will take place at St Thomas Centre, Ardwick Green North, Manchester M12 6FZ. It is a Guild event being organised by Ruth Axson, t: 01782 379480 e: .

The afternoon session with speaker Kaen Nicol, is open to everybody - members and non members of the Guild, so please join us!

Contemporary Quilt Group Annual Meeting in Manchester

Saturday 24 March 2018

Doors open 10.30am, meeting starts at 11.00am

Join us for a great day out with the opportunity to meet a fabulous group of like-minded individuals – your quilting community from around the country.  Bring your textile creations to share with everyone.  Cake (of the non-messy variety) will also be welcome!

Have your say about what happens within CQ and also listen to a great speaker.  Refreshments will be available from 10.30, but please bring your own lunch.  All will be finished by 4.00pm latest.

11.00am - Annual Meeting: This is open to all CQ members and is free of charge.  It is the opportunity to have your say about how CQ operates.[note that if you are not a member of CQ you are not entitled to attend the AM].

2.00pm - Speaker: Karen Nicol - a mixed media and embroidery artist and designer who designs and produces embroidery in the worlds of fashion, interiors and gallery.  Karen states that she will bring samples of her work.  A nominal charge will be made for the afternoon speaker:  CQ members £5, Guild members who are not CQ members £10, non-Guild members £15.  Please pay on the day at the door.  The correct money will be appreciated!

You must register your attendance to allow us to prepare for the expected numbers: please email your name and Guild membership number, as soon as you can, to Ruth Axson on jezrax8@btinternet.com, or phone 01782 379480. 

Venue: St Thomas Centre, Ardwick Green North, Manchester M12 6FZ.  This is a Grade 1 listed church which has been repurposed as a conference centre for the voluntary sector.  It is within a 5 minute bus ride or 10 minutes’ walk from Piccadilly rail station.  Additional information is available on their website: www.stthomascentre.org.uk. 

For travel instructions, please see here. 

As usual, we will welcome “show and tell” and contributions of non-messy cake.

If you need further details, please contact me: Ruth Axson (jezrax8@btinternet.com)

We look forward to seeing you.