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EVENTS and COURSES


LATUC CONFERENCE ON 'LANCASHIRE AND THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR'

See the programme here

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ENQUIRE WITHIN: Philosophical dialogue in a community context

see programme here

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pile of booksWMC LITERATURE WEEKENDS 2016-17

Continuing a long tradition of Literature weekends, WMC Literature draws people from far and wide for weekends of discussion and study under the guidance of a tutor.

A typical weekend will focus on one or two books which we have read in advance. The tutor brings information about authors, context and themes, and a tutor-led discussion follows. Each weekend may be attended as a stand-alone course.

We meet at Shallowford House, a pleasant rural location, 5 miles from Stafford and 3 miles from Junction 14 on the M6. There are 25 bedrooms, mainly en suite, meeting rooms and a bar. (Shallowford House, Shallowford, Stone, ST15 0NZ)

You can find the programme and booking form here

RWF SPECIAL OFFER / GRANT
A number of places are available for £40 for those aged 18 to 40 thanks to the Raymond Williams Foundation. The Raymond Williams Foundation will also look favourably on anyone outside this age range who applies for a grant to enable them to attend. To apply, contact Jean Lowthian (Phone: 07952 799783 e-mail: jeanlowthian@tiscali.co.uk).

FOR MORE INFORMATION
If you have any questions, contact Maggie Washington,
phone: 01538 751848, e-mail: chris.washington@btinternet.com


NEWS FROM NOWHERE CLUB

Patron: Peter Hennessy

Founded in 1996, the club challenges the commercialisation & isolation of modern life.
We meet monthly on Saturday evening.

‘Fellowship is life & the lack of fellowship is death’. William Morris

PROGRAMME 2016
** 21stANNIVERSARY YEAR!**

At Epicentre, West Street, Leytonstone E11 4LJ 7.30pm Buffet (bring something if you can) 8.00pm Talk & discussion till 10pm

Travel & Access

Stratford stations & 257 bus Leytonstone tube (exit left) & 257/W14 bus Overground: Leytonstone High Rd, turn right, short walk

Disabled access, car park, bikes can be brought in, quiet children welcome. You can phone to confirm the talk will be as shown. Meetings open to all - just turn up. Enquiries 0208 555 5248 Free entry: voluntary donations welcome

‘The club is a real beacon of light.’ Peter Cormack



THE 2016 PROGRAMME HERE