Spring Term 1915
On December 16th a small Exhibition of Manuscripts and other handwork was held in the Studio in aid of the local Red Cross Funds.
Some gaily coloured kettle holders were made by the 1st and 2nd Forms, who also contributed some leather work and well-framed picture cards. The pen work was the result of a term’s practice in simply decorated formal writing by girls belonging to the Drawing Classes. All the examples which were offered for sale found such ready buyers that late comers had to content themselves with having swelled the big pile of “admission” pennies, and at the end of the afternoon some very happy people carried off a bag to Miss Wyld containing £3 15s. 10d., which is to be spent in some very choice way for the Red Cross, either in England or in France.