Wallhanging, Noel Dyrenforth, 1967. Museum no. CIRC.58-1967 The 1960s was an era of revival for many handicrafts, including textile making. Examples of batik, hand-dyed fabrics and weaving all show practitioners bringing new ideas to these crafts. This fitted in with the late 1960s philosophy that making a limited number of items by hand was preferable to commercial overproduction.
Fulwell trolleybus depot. Interior view of the depot canteen showing a group of female uniformed staff seated at a table. Two female members of canteen staff stand behind the servery area. Photographed by Topical Press, 1947
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