1949-50 — Heather Carlin

Heather Watkinson (née Carlin)





"My experiences at Bretton Hall were to prove invaluable in my subsequent teaching career and in encouraging a broad interest in all aspects of art. "

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In 1949 the Department of Education and Science determined that, in the first year, the governors of Bretton Hall should recruit about 60 students to study either Art or Music. 

Four courses would be available:  two of one year's length for older musicians or artists, and two of two years' duration, generally for school leavers.

Due to her earlier course of study and subsequent qualification from the Sheffield College of Art, Heather Carlin was accepted for a one-year course at Bretton Hall.


To read Heather's Reminiscence, click on the link below

 Heather Watkinson Reminiscence