Includes photographs, correspondence and programmes, all relating to Beatrice Botterill's harp playing and also a ceremonial key presented to her by the National Museum of Wales.
The Beatrice (Trixie) Botterill Digital Collection
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Beatrice Botterill (c1895 - c1975) was a successful professional harpist who taught at the College when it was based at the Castle. She is credited with bringing the Welsh Folk Revival to Cardiff in the 1950s.
The items in this collection were on loan to RWCMD from Beatrice's great nephew, Dr David Botterill, who gave us permission to copy the documents and add them to the College's Archives.
Access is subject to statutory and legal requirements, as defined under data protection, freedom of information, copyright and other relevant legislation. Records containing personal data about individuals and confidential business information which would ordinarily be restricted under the Freedom of Information Act are not fully open to the public until 100 years after they were created or the individual involved has died (where applicable).
The items in this collection were on loan to RWCMD from Beatrice's great nephew, Dr David Botterill, who gave us permission to copy the documents and add them to the College's Archives in Feburary 2019.
The original items in the collection are owned by Beatrice's great nephew, Dr David Botterill.