10 August: Thomas Bewick's birthday celebrations at Cherryburn.
From 1pm to 4pm. Light afternoon conversation from 2pm to 3pm. At Cherryburn, Station Road, Mickley Sq, near Stocksfield,
Northumberland. Admission charge. National Trust and Bewick Society members free.
29 - 31 August:
Bronte Society conference, at the Scarman Conference Centre, Warwick University. Visit their website for details.
30 August: The Friends of the Dymock Poets are holding a cider supper, celebrating the Dympock Poets
cider supper of 100 years ago. t Weston's Cider Scrumpy House Restaurant, Much Marcle, near Ledbury - 7 pm - tickets
£25 per person. Contact the Friends for detail.
2 September: the Trollope Society (Cambridge) is holding a seminar on He
Knew He Was Right. Contact email@example.com.
3 September: The Chichester Literary Society event: Dickens' Portsmouth. For detail
5 September: The Chichester Literary Society are holding a talk: The Life and Work of Max McDonald
Gill, by Caroline Walker. Detail at www.chichesterliterarysociety.co.uk.
5 - 7 September: Wadham College, Oxford, Poets of World War I Conference.
9 September: The
Trollope Society (London) is holding a seminar on Can You Forgive Her? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
10 - 13 September: The David Jones Society is running a conference, David Jones: Christian
Modernist, in Oxford. Organised by the Centre for Christianity and Culture, Regents Park College, Oxford, and the
Modernism and Christianity Project, University of Bergen. Details at modernismchristianity.org/david-jones-conference.
11 September: The Bewick Society AGM, in the lecture theatre of the Literary
and Philosophical Society, with a talk by local wood engraver Chris Daunt. At 6pm, 23 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon
Tyne. Free admission. Contact email@example.com.
11-13 September: A conference with the Ford Madox Ford Society: Cosmopolis,
Ford Madox Ford and the Cultures of Paris - in Paris. Visit their website for detail.
The Trollope Society is holding a seminar on Trollope in York. For detail contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
30 September: The Trollope Society (Edinburgh) is holding a seminar on The
Golden Lion of Granpere. Contact email@example.com.
3 October: The Chichester Literary Society talk: Peter Lovesey: What next?
A short story laid bare. Detail at www.chichesterliterarysociety.co.uk.
5 or 12 October: The Trollope Society is holding a walk in the footsteps of Trollope, in London.
For more detail, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
11 October: A joint Bewick Society and Natural History Society of Northumbria lecture: Hidden
Treasures: The Drawings of Thomas Bewick (by Keir Davidson), at 1pm in the Clore Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor Hancock
Museum, Newcastle upon Tyne. Free admission. Contact email@example.com.
18 October: Thomas Bewick and His Apprentices, an exhibition at the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle
upon Tyne. Free admission.
25 October: The J B Priestley Society is sponsoring a one
day conference on The Actual and the Real: Priestley, Documentary, Realism and Democracy 1930-1945 - in the Priestley
Room of the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds, from 10 am to 5 pm. Tickets are £15 for Society
members; and £22 for non-members. Booking via firstname.lastname@example.org.
30 October: The Trollope Society (London) has its AGM and Lecture. Contact
6 November: A Gliterary Lunch at the Oran Mor. For detail visit www.gliterarylunches.com.
11 November: The Trollope Society (Edinburgh) is holding a seminar on Dr Wortle's School.
20 November: The Trollope Society (York) is holding a seminar on Trollope
in York. For detail contact email@example.com.
4 December: A gliterary lunch at the
George Hotel. For detail visit www.gliterarylunches.com.
16 - 17 May: The Walmsley Society AGM
and Gathering in Robin Hood's Bay, North Yorkshire. Visit their website at www.walmsleysoc.org.
30 - 31 May: The ALS AGM weekend, hosted by the Trollope Society, in York.