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Library Section 5

Contains past RWF Events with associated notes and lectures 2010 - 2015 

RWF Day linked to the RW Society Annual Lecture at Ruskin College.
21st Nov 2015
Berwick upon Tweed & District Annual Day School
Challenging Myths About Benefits
– looking for a future that works.
18 Oct 2015
An RWF Celebration 18-19 Oct 2015 including unveiling of Williams portrait at Wortley Hall
Keywords – Class, Status, Work and Aspirational
A weekend of discussion
Friday - Sunday 21– 23 August 2015
27th Annual RWF Event May 2015: WHERE NOW? –  a post-election review
Friday– Sunday 15-17 May 2015
21st Century Democracy – Participation Now
Raymond Williams Foundation (RWF) residential at Wortley Hall, 28th-30th November 2014
Dylan Thomas:  A Centenary Celebration and Re-Appraisal
Friday - Sunday 27 – 29 June 2014
26th Annual RWF Event May 2014: War and Peace
Wed– Friday 14-16 May 2014
Keywords -  Debate and Discussion 
Raymond Williams Foundation (RWF) with Philosophy in Pubs (PiPs)
Thursday 24th April 2014 at Tate Liverpool,  14.00 to 16.00
Scandinavian Politics and Culture
Raymond Williams Foundation (RWF) residential at Wortley Hall, 22-24th November 2013
Ted Hughes and the White Goddess – An Introduction
Friday - Sunday 11th -13th October 2013
The 25th Annual Raymond Williams residential Wortley Hall 
8 May - 10 May 2013
Our Theme :   Democracy – and the Future of Political Parties
The 24th Annual Raymond Williams residential 'Communications'
The Adelphi Hotel, Nov 23-25th 2012
The 23rd annual Raymond Williams w/end 6-8 May 2011 at the Wedgwood Memorial College, Barlaston

Another great success for our annual residential weekend. Feed-back from the 46 who attended the full weekend as students was most positive with a whole string of 'excellent' s including this: "...most stimulating and at times very hard - but that's good".

For the lecture notes by Tristan Hunt

The 22nd annual Raymond Williams w/end 7-9 May 2011 at the Wedgwood Memorial College, Barlaston
A day school for discussion and analysis 
Saturday 26th February 2011, 11am to 6pm.

Professor Diane Reay (Cambridge University)
Martin Allen (author A lost Generation?)
Sam Tarry (Chair, Young Labour)
Estoril House, Wedgwood Memorial College, Barlaston, Stoke, ST12 9DG



Big Questions…
Residential course at Burton Manor, The Village, Burton, Neston, Cheshire CH64 5SJl
Wed 22 Sep 11.00am > Thu 23 Sept 4.30pm 2010
Towards 2020
May 7th – 9th  2010 at the Wedgwood Memorial College
Socrates: Burton Manor
Friday 15 – Sunday 17 January 2010
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