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mark lightowler (marklightowler@aol.com)
Date:Fri 15 Feb 2008 09:39:18 GMT
Subject:give us our daily bread

the bread plate lady is my surrogate mum.
a promise is a promise so can i have some bread please mum xxx


Mrs Jenny Franklin (angelite34@hotmail.com)
Date:Tue 04 Sep 2007 16:43:34 BST
Subject:my friend the bread plate lady !

A wonderful book I thoughly enjoyed it.I never tire of hearing Margarets stories about her life and her plates.Anyone who meets Margaret will be touched by her warmth and energy for life.I know this book was something she wanted to write for a long time and the roller coaster ride shes now on with exhibitions,television and quality magazine articles is truly deserved to educate people on one of her passions in life.


David Tyler (davej_tyler@hotmail.com)
Date:Sun 27 May 2007 19:16:55 BST
Subject:A really good read

This is no dry description of ceramics, but don’t be fooled - Margaret really knows her stuff. Besides being well researched and very informative, it’s warm, humorous, and full of anecdotes on the people you meet, the things that happen, and the strange coincidences that make up the life of a collector.
I didn’t know a breadplate from my elbow, but I do after reading this book. I also learnt something about buying at the right price, and bidding at auctions and on Ebay.
The exhibition dates are in my diary, in red. I can hardly wait.


Jane Mellor (jcma@btconnect.com)
Date:Wed 28 Mar 2007 18:00:27 BST
Subject:Fun %26 Family

I am lucky enough to be related to the wonderful lady who collects the bread plates, my mother, and the wonderful lady who designed the web site, my sister, and it is a pleasure and a privilege to be part of this family. If you are lucky enough to read the book you will also hear about a slice of my life and I look back on most of it with laughter, due to the two amazing women I mentioned above. Families are precious and I am so proud that people are able to share a little part of mine both here and in the book. Enjoy.


Clare (@clareblythe@yahoo.co.uk)
Date:Sun 18 Mar 2007 13:48:40 GMT
Subject:Everyone should read this book!

I never realised how much I didn't know about bread plates until I met Margaret. . . now I watch TV documentaries about Pugin - Palaces of Westminster and the re-birth of English architecture - and find myself wondering, "when are they going to mention his bread plate?" May every one else who reaches this site find the same pleasure and wisdom from Margaret's "slice of life" as those of us who are lucky enought to know her.


Anne (anne_lightowler@hotmail.com)
Date:Sun 11 Mar 2007 15:00:55 GMT

Just wanted to say hello Bread Plate Ladyee.. xx