5th September – 17th October 2013
These six weeks have been lively and industrious. We have been producing artworks, baking bread and consuming our own-grown allotment produce. We are looking forward to inviting our supporters and members of the general public to our Winter Exhibition on 14th December.
We very much enjoyed visiting an exhibition at Penzance Exchange Gallery by John Newling.
On Tuesday 17th September, Laura was asked to speak to St.Petroc’s Society AGM about Roaming Penzance and how we have developed into partners having originally been under their auspices. We are grateful to St.Petroc’s for continued use of the Breadline facilities.
We are also deeply grateful to Pennon Group plc, Penwith and Isles of Scilly Area Fund and Cornwall 100 Club who have granted us support towards our Winter exhibition and weekly running costs for the next few months.
On 19th September Janet Mc Ewan delivered the Feral Trade coffee I ordered at Camp O and which she couriered from Bristol. We talked about ceramics which it turns out she and I have both been involved in in the past. We discussed the possibility of us collaborating in building a simple, wood-fired kiln on her land.