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OFFERSOffersThe latest special deals available to readers of the Review54NADFAS REVIEW / SUMMER 2010www.nadfas.org.ukLambeth Palace Library book offerArt in ClayOver 170 of the best ceramicistsfrom the UK and Europe will beexhibiting their work in the groundsof Hatfield House from 6-8 August.NADFAS members can takeadvantage of free admission to Artof Clayon Friday 6 August; andtwo-for-one admission on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 August,2010. To activate the offer contactthe organiser Andy McInnes atandymcinnes1@yahoo.co.uk (tel0115 987 3966) before 30 July.See www.artinclay.co.ukOpening times: Friday & Saturday10.00-17.30, Sunday 10.00-17.00Entry fee: adults £8, seniors£7.50, children 15 years andunder FREE (new this year) Wedgwood MuseumThe Wedgwood Museum isoffering NADFAS members twoentry tickets for the price of one(on single tickets only) throughoutthe whole of June, July and August2010. The museum chronicles thelife of Josiah Wedgwood I. Please present your NADFASmembership card at the museumreception. The lowest value ticketwill be free.Opening times: Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00 and Sat-Sun 13.00-17.00 Entry fee: adults £6,concessions, including over 60sand students £5www.wedgwoodmuseum.org.ukGwasg Gregynogbook offerUntil 31 August 2010 NADFAS members can get a 20% discount on selected titles from Gwasg Gregynog. The books in the offer are: Kyffin: A Celebration, writingstocelebrate the work of Sir Kyffin Williams; Of a Feather: Avian Collective Nouns and Terms of Assembly, with a foreword by David Attenborough; and The Romantics in Wales, an anthology of extracts from English Romantic writers.Additionally, the press will makea donation of 5% of the price ofthe book to NADFAS.To order your copy at thisspecial discount call 01686650625 and state the name of theDFAS of which you are a member.Art in Action Purchase three standard onlineadult tickets and receive a fourthticket free for any day of the Art inActionevent at Waterperry House,Oxfordshire, from 15-18 July 2010inclusive. The total cost will be £42for four tickets, a saving of £14.This offer applies only to ticketspurchased online before 11 July2010 (use the promotional code'NADFAS'). Please note: the emailconfirmation form that you receiveis your entry ticket.This offer is NOT applicable forparty or coach bookings or withother ticket offers.www.artinaction.org.ukCharles Rennie Mackintosh is one of the most celebrated architects of hisgeneration and most of his surviving work is in and around Glasgow. Now youcan discover his architectural genius with an art-packed weekend in Glasgowcourtesy of www.glasgowmackintosh.com. To be in with a chance, tell uswhich Mackintosh building is celebrating its centenary. Email your answer withyour name, address, postcode and phone number to info@crmsociety.com orpost your entry to Weekend Break Competition -NADFAS, The CRM Society,The Mackintosh Church at Queen's Cross, 870 Garscube Road, GlasgowG20 7EL. Closing date for entries is 30 June 2010.Terms and conditions: No purchase necessary. Over 18s only. Closing date for entries 30 June2010. Winner will be drawn at random from entries received and notified by post. No cashalternative is available. Editor's decision is final. The prize is a Mackintosh Weekend Break fortwo adults and includes two nights bed and breakfast in a standard double or twin rooms at theRadisson Blu Hotel with dinner on one night; a pair of Mackintosh Trail Ticket which includesentry to all participating attractions and unlimited travel on SPT Subway and First's bus servicesin Greater Glasgow for one day; and a gift voucher for Afternoon Tea at the Willow Tea Rooms.Winner is responsible for travel expenses to Glasgow. Prize can be taken at anytime in 2010,subject to availability. Mackintosh Weekend Breaks are available for purchase - please visitwww.glasgowmackintosh.com for details. Above:Rennie Mackintosh's Blue Heart window at Queen's CrossMackintosh weekend in Glasgow competitionLambeth Palace Library, edited by Dr Richard Palmer and Dr Michelle Brown, comprisesexpert commentary on 60 items, which are reproduced in glorious detail. It has beenpublished in conjunction with the Library's 400th-anniversary exhibition. NADFASmembers can get £5 off the cover price of £35 of the hardback edition, plus free postageand packing. Contact Jenny McKinley on 020 7490 9902 and mention NADFAS Review.See www.scalapublishers.com