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Arnold Bennett Book Prize 2020

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Due to the Covid restrictions, it has been decided not to have a book prize for 2020.  The Society will re commence the Prize in 2022 and will accept books written and published in 2020 and 2021. Updates will be posted when available. The Arnold Bennett Prize is an annual literary award which was instituted […]

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Arnold Bennett Society AGM 28 November 2020

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Arnold Bennett Society Minutes of the Annual General Meeting and Book Award 2020 Held by Zoom at 2.00pm on Saturday 28 November 2020 TAKING PART BY ZOOM                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Rod Boroughs   Jim Bryant   Fiona Cole   Christine Conlin   Carole Cregan  John Davies   Maire Davies   Denis Eldin   Alastair Gilchrist   Carol Gorton   Richard Gorton  Jenny  Graveson   Richard Grieve   Ruth […]

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Arnold Bennett Society AGM 19 October 2019

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Arnold Bennett Society Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held at Swan Bank, Methodist Rooms Saturday 19 October 2019 at 2pm Charity Registration Number 1140053  Apologies for absence: Roger & Wendy Statham, Jenny Graveson, David & Judith Pugsley, Maire & John Davies, Jerry Park, Richard Gorton, Jean Monares, Margaret Barrett, Clive Osborne, Prof James Bryant, […]

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LOOKING AHEAD TO 2020

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29 February 2020: Annual talk at Friends’ Meeting House – details in the January 2020 Newsletter. 28 March 2020: Annual Dinner – Potbank Hotel, Elenora Street, Stoke. Application form in the January Newsletter.  31 March 2020: Submission deadline for the Spring 2020 Newsletter. 13 June 2020 (provisional) Annual Conference: ‘Arnold Bennett’s Social Conscience’, North Staffs […]

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