South East Staffordshire
Association of National Trust Members


Wednesday 21st FebruaryTalk by Helen Bratt-Wyton

Subject: Sex, Drugs and Poetry

Sex Drugs and Poetry is a tongue in cheek look at the other stories on the life and times of the PreRaphaelites and their associates.  Helen Bratt-Wyton has been associated with Wightwick Manor for 18 years and is currently the House and Collections Manager.  She is an expert on Wightwick's collection and its stories. 

Venue:   Guildhall, Lichfield    Time 7.30pm

Charge:     £2.00 Members  £4.00 Non Members

Organiser: Gordon Cooper Tel: 01283 820531

 TUESDAY 20th March      Annual General Meeting           followed by a Talk by Heather Herrington
Subject: George and Mary – A Love Story? The talk covers the meeting and courtship of George Curzon (son of the 4th Baron Scarsdale of Kedleston Hall, Viceroy of India and later 1st Viscount Scarsdale) and his American wife Mary Leiter, their marriage and life in India. Helen has been a volunteer at Kedleston Hall for 15 years during which time she has been a room guide, trained as a conservation engineer, given introductory talks at the property and general talks to groups. She is also on the editorial team for the Kedleston Chronicle (a newsletter published twice a year for staff and volunteers at the property).
Venue: Guildhall, Lichfield Time: 7.30 pm   PLEASE NOTE:  THIS MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY
Charge:         £2.00 members    £4.00 non-members
Organiser:     Gordon Cooper       01283 820531 

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