A blog recording the Peasant Arts movement in Haslemere, Surrey, UK around the early 1900s, and it's founders Joseph King, Maude Egerton King, Godfrey Blount, Ethel Blount and Greville MacDonald. Arts and crafts, religion, literature, architecture, suffragettes, family trees, local locations and strong beliefs, this story has it all. Over a century later, their promotion of the pleasures of homemade craft is still relevant today.
The Peasant Arts journal The Vineyard provides a number of Easter article choices. Following on from my previous post from the Rev. R. L. Gales in April 1911, it is interesting to read his poem 3 years later that refers to the symbolism of the owl.