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Suzanne Coulman is covering forSayinie Webb while the latter is onmaternity leave. Suzanne (picturedright) previously worked as a teamsecretary in a large constructioncompany and is currently taking acollege course in secretarial skillsand Microsoft Office.Suzanne came to NADFAS lastDecember, working in theMembership department, and hassubsequently been covering thereception maternity cover."I am enjoying my time atNADFAS and have found everyoneto be helpful and very welcoming,"says Suzanne.We are delighted to report thatSayinie (pictured left) gave birth toa baby boy on 6 February.8NADFAS REVIEW / SPRING changes at NADFAS HouseTour NADFAS is delighted towelcome a new Affiliate - IndianOdyssey. In February next year,members will have the chance todiscover the best of regalRajasthan in the company of oneof NADFAS's popular lecturers -Oliver Everett. This extraordinary,13-day tour takes in the culture,heritage and colours of Rajasthan.Call 08454 300107 or for atour dossier. And to read moreabout this tour see page 50.Meanwhile, this spring insert isthe last from Spirit of Adventure.These and any existing bookingsmade through NADFAS willcontinue to benefit the TourNADFAS Affiliate scheme. Wewould like to thank Spirit ofAdventure for their support since2007 and wish them continuedsuccess in the future.  ?? New travel partner on boardThe winner of the 2010 Sir TrenchardCox Scholarship has been announced.Freya Martin who attends Idsall SixthForm College in Shifnal, Shropshire is therecipient of this year's scholarship. There was a record number of entries,33 in all. The judges, Penny Livermorethe Young Arts Chairman, Pauline Curtis,former NADFAS Trustee, and RoseBalston, an Art History Abroad tutoragreed that the decision-making processwas extremely difficult, but Freya was adeserving winner.  Her essay subjectswere Mark Quinn's statue of AlisonLapper (displayed on the fourth plinth inTrafalgar Square) and Louise Bourgeois's'spider sculpture', Maman. See our feature on the judging of thisaward on page 39.Sir Trenchard Coxwinner announcedA NADFAS member was among the winners in the St George's Chapelhunt for missing Banners of deceased Knights of the Garter during2009 (See A chivalrous quest, p30 of the Spring 2009 Review).During a Knight's lifetime his or her banner hangs in St George'sChapel, Windsor Castle but, after death, family members takepossession of it. Banners are to be found all over the world in parishchurches, stately homes, museums and universities. The Dean &Canons of Windsor were very grateful for the assistance of NADFASmembers in helping expand their knowledge of locations.  One banner from the reign of George IV was located, and otherswere reported from as far apart as the Isle of Wight and Australia!There were two winners of the competition to find either the earliestbanner or the greatest number - one a member of the Society ofFriends of St George's & Descendants of the Knights of the Garter whoheard about the hunt locally; the other a NADFAS member - DarrellHamley of West Wycombe. Congratulations to them and to all who assisted in the hunt.Winners received a special visit to St George's Chapel. An updated listof banner locations can be found at NADFAS member wins in banner huntTo advertise in the Reviewplease contact:Jessica Barr 020 7430 0730 ext 244 email: orJudith Quiney 020 7430 0730 ext 245 email:

NADFAS accredited lecturer JudyRudoe will take centre stage at theBritish Museum this coming June,offering her fascinating insights onVictorian jewellery. Judy has been working on afresh approach to her specialistsubject -jewellery -in the era ofQueen Victoria, focusing inparticular on the social aspects ofowning, wearing and displayingjewellery during this intriguingperiod in British history.Judy's long-awaited bookJewellery in the Age of Victoria: A Mirror to the World, which is co-written by Charlotte Gere, isdue out in April, and Judy will beintroducing the story behind thisinsightful and entertaining book atthis special one-off NADFAS Eventthat we very much look forward towelcoming members to.Tickets for the Event will cost£5 (a booking fee may apply)and will be sold through theBritish Museum Ticket Deskwhich is open daily 10.00-16.45Telephone 020 7323 8181 ororder online atwww.britishmuseum.orgThe lecture takes place onMonday 21 June at 14.00 in theStevenson Lecture Theatre atthe British Museum. For more on Judy's book, pleaseturn to her article on page REVIEW / SPRING 2010 9EVENTSEventsA round-up of upcoming National Events Judy Rudoe Lecture,Stevenson Lecture Theatre,British Museum London 21 June 2010Popular NADFAS accredited lecturer Oliver Everett will begiving a lecture relating to a new exhibition, Queen Victoriaand Prince Albert - Art and Love, that opens at the Queen'sGallery, Buckingham Palace in mid March 2010 and runsuntil 31 October 2010. Full details of the Event, which takes place in October(exact date to be confirmed), will be available in thesummer issue of NADFAS Review. However, memberswho would like to receive information in advance shouldsend an SAE to NADFAS National Events (marked 'EverettLecture') at NADFAS House, 8 Guilford Street, LondonWC1N 1DAQueen Victoria and Prince Albert - Art and Love