Held on the third Wednesday of most months, the Foxlowe Talks programme aims to engage with a wide range of subject areas, from the local to the national and international, on cultural, philosophical, historical, literary and scientific themes. These talks are usually generously gifted by the lecturer to the Foxlowe Arts Centre. Admission is free, with a collection for Foxlowe arts centre Funds.
Writing Biography: Recovering Past Lives by Dr Katherine Frank. Katherine Frank is a writer, biographer and former university lecturer. She was born and educated in the United States; taught in West Africa in the 1980s[...]
Harriett Kidd: Leek Textile Worker and Suffragette. Bill Cawley, May 17th. Bill is a local historian with a particular interest in social history and working class movements in the 19th and 20th century. He[...]
Historic Conservation in Leek and Beyond. Richard Tuffrey, June 21st. Richard is currently the lead officer on heritage matters at Staffordshire Moorlands District Council and High Peak Borough Council. He is also a Director of[...]
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