Selected by BBC Humberside as a finalist to exhibit in the region’s art galleries under the title, “Three Quarters Sky”

Started participating in the area’s Open Studios


Joined with other crafts people in the village to produce an arts festival called “Fangfest”. It continues to this day – the first weekend in September.


Lyn’s continued input as a teacher enabled the pottery to develop its educational work throughout schools and communities.


The Millennium. Commissioned by schools and organisations to work with children to produce large ceramic murals. Examples can be seen at Blaydon Catholic School, Driffield Junior School and other schools in Yorkshire.


Working with Lyn in the pottery, producing mainly utilitarian ware. Began gaining a reputation for commemorative ware embossed with sprig moulding. Gerry’s studio ware was exhibited in galleries including: The Centre for Contemporary Art in Sunderland, Portcullis in Newcastle, Scunthorpe Art Gallery and the COach House Gallery in Cumbria.