Places are still available on the Lewis Carroll Society UK (LCS) study visit to Guildford. The four-day trip will take place 15-18 July, 2010.
Members of the LCS and guests are invited to take part in this comprehensive study visit to Guildford in the South of England.
The four-day event will include a mini-seminar with lectures exploring the later years of Dodgson’s life.
Although the LCS has visited Guildford several times over the years, this will be a more comprehensive event which includes lectures and short talks presenting the results of new research and visits to places we have not been to before as a Society.
Bookings are now being taken … there are still a number of places left.
Dodgson was a frequent visitor to his sisters’ Guildford home in the final years of his life, and died there in 1898. Guildford is a market town with Saxon roots, located about 30 miles from central London, easily accessible from London airports. For anyone with a spare pot of cash and no existing summer vacation plans, this looks like the foundation of an excellent trip.
Further details about the study visit and a booking form are available from the LCS website.