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Black Mountains academic to be the subject of heritage group meeting
9:41am Friday 4th October 2013 in News
THE October meeting of the Garway Heritage Group will feature a talk about Raymond Williams.
The son of a railway signalman, who was born near Pandy in 1921, worked in adult education before becoming a lecturer at Cambridge University and a prolific and influential writer.
His books include the semi-autobiographical Border Country and People of the Black Mountains.
Dr David Tatton, a member of the Raymond Williams Foundation, will be speaking about the man and his impact on 21st-century cultural life from 7.30pm on October 15 in Garway Village Hall.
Entrance is free for members with a charge of £3 for non-members to include refreshments.
For more information about the group, visit garwayheritagegroup.co.uk.
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