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Art exhibition: Celebrating the River Lugg – to coincide with the Leominster Mayor’s Save the Lugg Day on 8th July 2022

Many thanks to Maggie Crompton, the poet and Lugg Embroiderer who generously allowed me to display her wondeful poems and helped me to carry the plinths and set up the strewing baskets and snowdrops. Some four hours later…. Also a big thank you to Sue Stevens-Jenkins, also a Lugg Embroiderer but also a fabulous printmakerContinue reading “Art exhibition: Celebrating the River Lugg – to coincide with the Leominster Mayor’s Save the Lugg Day on 8th July 2022”

28th April – Elizabeth Semper O’Keefe, Hereford Cathedral Archivist: ‘ ” near the bridge of the Lugg as far as the water of the Lugg” – the River as it appears in the archives of Hereford Cathedral’

For the final session of the 12 week Lugg Embroidery project on its last Thursday morning, Elizabeth Semper O’Keefe came to present her findings of records of the Lugg in the Cathedral Archive. It was really interesting and I know inspired me for future projects! I had not realised what a great resource the CathedralContinue reading “28th April – Elizabeth Semper O’Keefe, Hereford Cathedral Archivist: ‘ ” near the bridge of the Lugg as far as the water of the Lugg” – the River as it appears in the archives of Hereford Cathedral’”

4th April – David Lovelace, Landscape historian: ‘Development of Lugg Valley landscape between Dinmore Manor and Hereford’

David very kindly agreed early on to give a talk detailing his speciality of the application of computer software to visualisation or as he put it ‘stitching’ digital maps together inspired by old maps. He shared his slides with me and I add a few below. He showed us how LiDAR scanning can be usedContinue reading “4th April – David Lovelace, Landscape historian: ‘Development of Lugg Valley landscape between Dinmore Manor and Hereford’”

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