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The Phiroz Mehta Trust Summer School 2002

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By The Editor

In May this year a small number of friends from the Phiroz Mehta Trust spent three very rewarding days in Berkshire. They passed their time listening to Phiroz’s tapes, living in close companionship and enjoying the beautiful grounds of our venue.

The previous week this Christian Retreat House had been host to a group of Buddhists, and it appeared to be highly suitable for a Phiroz Mehta Summer School. In the light of this it has been decided to make a provisional reservation for five days from 27th May to 1st June 2002.

Our venue is set in 40 acres of landscaped gardens complete with rhododendron walk. It has accommodation for 22 people (18 singles and 2 twins). The recently refurbished bedrooms are very comfortable, all with their own private facilities. Based on self-catering, the cost this year was £18 the first day and £12 a day thereafter, and we advised that the most that these figures would increase to next year is £20 and £14. We would need to purchase and prepare our own food. This was done very successfully this year with those staying taking turns in cooking.

It would be so nice to see at Ascot Priory as many as possible of those interested in Phiroz’s work and to enjoy a few days together. If anyone would like to hear more about the proposed Summer School and/or make a booking, would they please contact the Trust. If transport is a problem, it may in some cases be possible to collect people and return them home.

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