Monthly Archives: January 2013

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Volunteers’ Thank You

 Last night we held a very pleasant social evening for volunteers as a way of thanking them for their invaluable contribution to the life of the Society. In spite of the chilly weather, at least 20 people came along, as … Continue reading

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New Term

This week sees a variety of daytime classes commence: Latin (there are two); Art History which is run by the Centre for Lifelong Learning; Literature and Local History, both run by independent tutors, and also Russian which will be led … Continue reading

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(Almost) Twelfth Night Phantoms

As the Lit & Phil blogger blogs Phantoms at the Phil  is in progress. We’ve lost count which edition this is – but since we now have two Phantoms every year, it is probably into double figures …the library is … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger # 2 – Fiona Ritchie Walker

Lit & Phil member, Fiona Ritchie Walker, has very kindly agreed to be our first guest blogger of  2013. Here’s what she has to say: My 2012 writing year began and ended with links to the Lit and Phil. I … Continue reading

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Radio 4 Culture Debate

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Happy New Year

We opened the library yesterday for the first event of the new year –  the Radio 4 debate, hosted by Melvyn Bragg, on the Value of Culture.  We had a packed library to hear the views of panellists Sir Christopher … Continue reading

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