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The Phiroz Mehta Trust Summer School 2020

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By The Editor

This year our Summer School will be starting on Tuesday 4th August and we shall be leaving on Friday 7th August. We shall again be at Claridge House, Lingfield, Surrey, where we have held several very happy Summer Schools in previous years.

Following last year, we shall be having a very informal programme, indeed hardly a programme at all, as we shall be deciding on the spot what our activities shall be for the day.

Of course we shall listen to recorded talks by Phiroz and other talks, go for walks and enjoy each other’s company. But nobody will be expected to attend every meeting, and suggestions for our activities each day will be welcome. Visitors for the day will also be extremely welcome.

Claridge House is a Quaker House, and it is extremely comfortable with en suite bedrooms with tea-making facilities and excellent vegetarian food. The cost of staying for the three nights will be £300, and we are able to help anyone who may have difficulty in meeting the full cost. We are also able to offer an entirely free place to anyone who has not attended our Summer School before. Please contact Rosemary Monk at the address of the Trust if you are interested.

If you would like to attend the Summer School, Claridge House has asked for a deposit of £95 per person, and a cheque for this amount, made out to Claridge House, should be sent to Rosemary Monk. The balance would be payable by the first week of July.

We do hope to see you.

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