We host a year-round programme of meetings and events – many of which are open to everyone.
The Knutsford Meetings take place on the last Wednesday of the month from October to April, excluding December.
This session we are discussing Wives and Daughters, Elizabeth Gaskell’s last novel, and arguably her best. She died before she had completed it, and the last few pages were written by Frederick Greenwood, editor of the Cornhill Magazine. This month we are fortunate to welcome Professor Angus Easson, Emeritus Professor at Salford University and editor of Wives and Daughters, who will give us an insight into this , arguably Gaskell’s greatest novel. This will be followed by our usual discussion.
Prior to the discussion there will be a delicious buffet lunch served at 12.15 pm. The discussion will begin at about 2pm. and finish at 3pm. Doors open at 12.00am..
Please note CHANGE OF VENUE (from October 2015): the meetings now take place at
Brook Street Chapel Hall, Adams Hill, Knutsford, WA16 8DY.
The Chapel Hall meeting room is accessed directly from Adams Hill, on the opposite side to Knutsford Railway Station (pedestrian crossing at the traffic lights).
Charges: Members £9 including lunch or discussion only: £3
Non-members £10 including lunch or discussion only: £4
All are welcome to what is sure to be an interesting talk
There will also be a chance to visit the Gaskell Exhibition Room on the first floor