Jasper Kettlewell and Molly Kettlewell
After the Second World War, Attingham was home to the Shropshire Adult Education College who used the west side of the house whilst Lady Berwick used the east. For many students, the college was a life changing experience and people still come back to Attingham to re-live their memories.
Colourful mosaic of marble materials illustrating the coat of arms of Thomas Henry Noel-Hill, 8th Baron Berwick, the arms and colours of Shropshire and the arms of Trevelyan incorporated into the border. Designed by Jasper and Molly Kettlewell and executed in New Year 1966 under the direction of the designers by a group of students attending a week's course at the Adult Education College which was then situated at Attingham Park. Sir George Trevelyan, whose arms are incorporated in the design, was the first Warden of the Adult Education College at Attingham Park from 1947 until his retirement in 1971. This mosaic commemorates the founding of the Adult Education College in 1947.
Presented to the National Trust in 1966 as a gift from the Shropshire Adult Education College at Attingham Park.
Marks and inscriptions
This Mosaic displays the full heraldic achievement (left shield, helm, mantling, crest and supporters) ........New Year 1966 (wall mounted plaque inscribed)
Makers and roles
Jasper Kettlewell and Molly Kettlewell, designer