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AROUND KINGSWEAR


SHOW OF TALENTS The October show of talents which was organized by the


members of St Thomas of Canterbury was a great success. Firstly, due to the sheer wealth of talents which erupted from the clever folk of Kingswear, there was so much to dis- play that the whole show had to overflow in to the church as well as the Trust Room. In addition, the very high quality of the exhibits was notable: we have artists in oils, water- colour, fabrics, wood, metal and on paper. Exhibits ranged from a working scale model of a helicopter to hand-made lace through just about every channel you could think of. St Thomas’s looked ex-


sue smith portrait of Giles


traordinarily beautiful with masses of fabulous floral displays, lovely pictures, a very imaginative themed font and displays of really beautiful cross-stitched prie dieux, to name but a few. The colours and textures of autumn were a delight to brighten the


oncoming gloom of winter. In the Trust Room we were transformed in to one of the better galleries in the V&A Museum. I think the members of the congregation must have been


overwhelmed by what turned up. Certainly it was hard work to get everything displayed and looking as good as it did. Well done all, and well done to the exhibitors who showed what a talented village this is.•


Prie Dieux st Thomas


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