Reg Bradley

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William Titley kept an online blog of activities as Lead Artist in residence for Pendle Borough Council 2008-2011 with the of engaging the community in aspects of a regeneration process for the town. This book presents the blog, and documents and discussions of events.

Artist / Author William Titley
Reference P1749
Date 2011
Type Publication

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