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Lincolnshire student travel grant: Three testimonials

The Lincoln and Lincolnshire branch funds a travel grant of their own here are three testimonials from students.

Lincolnshire student travel grants

The Lincoln and Lincolnshire branch funds a travel grant of their own in an effort to support young people in developing and furthering their cultural understanding.

Lincolnshire Annual Dinner 2017

The Lincolnshire branch held its annual black-tie dinner in the recently opened Constance Stewart Building at the Bishop Grossette Universtiy in Lincoln.

Tales from Thailand

Gap-year student sponsored by the Devon & Exeter branch reports on her year teaching English to primary age children.

Bedfordshire’s pioneering primary public speaking competition

2018 will be the eighth successive year of public speaking competitions devised and organised by the ESU Ouse Valley Branch for primary school pupils in Bedfordshire.

Lincoln branch news March to July 2017

The Lincolnshire branch, in conjunction with the University of Lincoln, hosted an inspirational lecture by Lord Boateng, on ‘Education for a Changing World’.

Hugh Dennis judges at West Sussex Performing Shakespeare regional final

The Performing Shakespeare regional final in Chichester, saw seventeen performances with two winners being chosen to attend the grand final in London.

Bath branch: My marsh winner announced

The competition tasked young people with reviewing their favourite title on the shortlist for this year’s Marsh Award for Children’s Literature in Translation. The winner, Brionie reviewed Bronze and Sunflower, authored by Cao Wenxuan and translated by Helen Wang, published by Walker Books.

Peter Hennessey's Joyce Rolf lecture: Brighton

Lord Hennessey of Nympsfield delivered the 2016 Joyce Rolf memorial lecture. His subject “The Kingdom to Come” focused on the challenges facing the United Kingdom after the Brexit vote and the Scottish referendum on independence.

Chester summer fundraising garden party

Branch members and their guests were joined by visiting members of the Liverpool and Merseyside Branch of the ESU for our Annual Summer fundraising event.

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