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One Day Symposium – Postponed – 14th May 2020

When: May 14, 2020 all-day
Where: Whittlebury Hall, Whittlebury, Towcester NN12, UK

THIRTY EIGHTH ONE DAY SYMPOSIUM Dear Members,  I thought it was timely to update you with how the rapidly changing situation relating to Covid-19 is potentially going to affect the Society and its events over[...]

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