Ledbury Guardian Newspaper 15 08 1914
HELPING RED CROSS WORK War Relief
A movement was initiated last ( Thursday ) evening for supplying necessary clothing, first for the sick and wounded soldiers, and later on for the families of those who have gone to the war, if distress arises.
Ledbury Guardian Newspaper 22 08 1914
LEDBURY RELIEF COMMITTEE War Relief
A meeting of the Ledbury Relief Committee was held on Tuesday. A further meeting is to be called directly the County Relief Committee have formulated their scheme. In the meantime any persons requiring immediate assistance should apply to Mr. C.B. MASEFIELD.
Ledbury Guardian Newspaper 19 09 1914
The Ledbury Working Party for Soldiers and Sailors War Relief
This society, which has now been working for three weeks. Work will continue for the present to be given out on Thursday at the Church Room, 6 to 6.30 p.m.
Ledbury Guardian Newspaper 10 10 1914
ENGLISH NOVELISTS - PRESENT DAY TASTE IN LITERATURE Oxford University Extension Society
Mr. E. A. MENNIER, M.A. Christi College, Oxford, conducted the first of his series of lectures on "The English Novelists."
Ledbury Guardian Newspaper 24 10 1914
WORKING PARTY FOR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS War Relief
Two letters received from BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY and WAR REFUGEE COMMITTEE. The committee desires to thank the committee of the Church Room for so kindly lending the rooms for the meetings and storing the garments.
Ledbury Guardian Newspaper 31 10 1914
LECTURE AT LEDBURY - ENGLISH NOVELISTS Oxford University Extension Society
Mr. E. A. MENNER, of Oxford, conducted the third of his series of lectures. The subject of the lecture, "Jane Austen,"
Ledbury Guardian Newspaper 14 11 1914
LECTURE AT LEDBURY Oxford University Extension Society
Mr. E. A. MENNEER, M.A., conducted the fourth of his series of lectures. The subject of the lecture, "Charlotte BRONTE and Her Sisters."
Ledbury Guardian Newspaper 28 11 1914
FIFTH LECTURE AT LEDBURY Oxford University Extension Society
The fifth of the series of University Extension Lectures, the subject being THACKERAY
INTERESTING LECTURE AT LEDBURY Doctors
On Friday afternoon last Dr. A. R. GREEN, of Ledbury, gave a most interesting an instructive lecture on the subject of "Microbes, and some of the diseases caused by them."
Ledbury Guardian Newspaper 12 12 1914
SIXTH LECTURE Oxford University Extension Society
The sixth and last lecture of the series on women novelists, was held in the Church Room on Thursday afternoon. The subject of the lecture, George ELIOT,
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