AGM & Junior Parley
Saturday 21st January
in the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Bethesda St, Hanley
Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 3DW
followed by bring your own lunch or Museum Cafe
and the Galleries Quiz at the Museum –
Lower Bedford Street
price for this is £10 adults £5 (6-15yrs) u6 free
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We are delighted that Alan Kennedy has kindly agreed to talk about why AR’s Honorary Degree ceremony in Durham University was such a disaster. It will involve posing some hard questions about his Russian years (and will cover, in passing , his correspondence with PG Wodehouse). It includes some specific reference to the novels, but does not assume that everybody has read everything.
Alan is the author of “A Thoroughly Mischievous Person: The Other Arthur Ransome” (The Lutterworth Press, 2021) and has written several articles for TARS Mixed Moss magazine, including “Who is the Great Aunt” (MM 2020) and “Ransome, Radek and ‘Beautiful Untrue Things’ (MM 2022).
TARS members of other regions are warmly invited to join us. Please contact Barbara for the Zoom link if you have not received it from your Regional Secretary, or look in Signals on page 37.
Saturday 22nd April
Rugby School Shop & Museum
Lawrence Sheriff Street, Rugby CV22 5EH
Tour (£8 adults MidTARSJuniors £3) includes places of special significance to AR…he made friendships here he kept for the rest of his life.
Bring your own or Buy, for lunch in the park & explore more of Arthur’s school days’ town and his feelings about the school
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