We host a year-round programme of meetings and events – many of which are open to everyone.
John Greenwood is going to explore what Elizabeth Gaskell felt about the “new writer ” George Eliot. Quite a surprising reaction considering Elizabeth was by that time a well- established writer herself.
John is experienced in many branches of education, starting off as a French teacher, continuing as a teacher of English as a foreign language, and also working in Italy and for the British Council. I know you will enjoy listening to him.
Doors open at 12.15pm. so that anyone who wishes may bring a packed lunch or purchase it at one of the nearby sandwich shops. The chapel provides tea and coffee for a small donation.
Entrance Fee: Members £3 Non-members £4 All are welcome