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The Phiroz Mehta Trust Summer School 2018

By The Editor

Our Summer School for 2018 will be again at Claridge House in Lingfield, Surrey, and the dates will cover the same period as last year, that is Tuesday 7th August to Sunday 12th August.

Do come if you possibly can. We shall be listening to recorded talks by Phiroz Mehta as well as to one or two talks by members of the group, and shall also no doubt once again enjoy the excellent vegetarian food. (Some special diets are available for those who require them.)

There will be opportunities for readings, listening to music, going for walks together and generally enjoying a few days in the peaceful atmosphere of Claridge House with its lovely garden.

The administrators have very generously held the price at the same level as last year. This will be £400 per person for the five days in an ensuite single room. A non-returnable deposit of £50 should be sent to Rosemary Monk at 47 Lillian Road, London, SW13 9JF. Cheques should be made payable to Claridge House, and the balance will be payable by mid-July.

All the rooms have been refurbished in the last two years, have tea-making facilities, and are extremely comfortable.

As before we are offering two entirely free places to people who have not been to our Summer School before, and we also have a small bursary, which is available to those who may have difficulty in meeting the full cost. Please contact Rosemary Monk about this.

This really is a unique opportunity to hear something of the work of Phiroz Mehta, which is relatively little known.

Once again, please do come!


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