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Hastings branch celebrated the ESU centenary with an Edwardian lunch

Hastings 1066 celebrated the Centenary of the ESU with an Edwardian Lunch at the Royal Victoria Hotel in St. Leonards on Sea.

ESU Norwich and Norfolk branch news

Expanding into the south-west

Devon and Exeter branch make huge strides with their oracy work.

Hope for the future

Hear more about the role that our Liverpool branch played in enabling the Public Speaking Competition in its region.

Lincolnshire branch committee meeting and AGM

The Lincolnshire Branch Committee Meeting and AGM took place including an interesting talk by scholar, Tom, on his experience at the International Scout Moot in Iceland.

Lincolnshire branch sculpture exhibition at Doddington Hall

The Lincolnshire branch held the annual sculpture exhibition at Doddington Hall, raising money for Debate Academy.

The anatomy of murder talk at Chichester branch

Chichester chairman Anthony Davies, as a QC, gave an interesting talk on the anatomy of murder. The talk raised money for the ESU.

Hastings 1066 AGM at Freezeland Farm

Hastings 1066 met at Freezeland Farm for their Annual General Meeting in June where there was a talk about saving the Rhinos.

Hastings 1066 July meeting

The Hastings July meeting included lunch and a talk given by a retired commercial lady pilot, Zohar Sylph and her experiences.

Exeter centenary dinner

Exeter’s black-tie dinner celebration of the ESU’s centenary focused heavily on the educational aims and transformational potential of the ESU’s core programmes.

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