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30 April 2008

In 1968 Bill Derham took over leadership of Bendigo Pottery and drove the company out of a period of struggle into a flourishing business. Bill will visit Bendigo Pottery: Celebrating 150 Years, a display celebrating the history of one of Australia's best known potteries, at the National Museum of Australia at 10am tomorrow.

Since its establishment in 1858, Bendigo Pottery has played a significant role in the history of Australian ceramics, producing wares ranging from the domestic and decorative, to the utilitarian and industrial. Bendigo Pottery: Celebrating 150 Years explores the history of Bendigo Pottery from its inception on the Victorian goldfields to modern times.

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WHAT: Bill Derham visits Bendigo Pottery display

WHEN: 10am Thursday May 1, 2008

WHERE: National Museum of Australia, Canberra

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