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The Parents' Review

A Monthly Magazine of Home-Training and Culture

Edited by Charlotte Mason.

"Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life."

Volume 14, 1903, pg. 720

Edited by Miss F. Noel Armfield, Sec., 26, Victoria Street, S.W.
Tel. 479 Victoria.

To whom all Hon. Local Sec. are requested to send reports of all matters of interest connected with their branches, also 6 copies of any prospectuses or other papers they may print.

N.B.—Kindly write on one side of the paper only.

The Office will be closed form August 1st to September 16th inclusive. Important communications will be forwarded to the Secretary. No library books can be changed or sent out between these dates.


The Home-Counties Nature-Study Exhibition

Will be held from October 30th to November 3rd, 1903, by kind permission at the Offices of the Civil Service Commission, Burlington Gardens, New Bond Street, London.

In consequence of the above there will be no P.N.E.U. Nature-study Exhibition at the time of the Conference. Members are strongly advised to contribute to the above exhibition instead, and in any case to inspect the objects sent. For full particulars apply to Mrs. Franklin, 50, Porchester Terrace, W.


New Branches

The Executive Committee has been approached with a view in starting Branches in the following places:—

Barry (Glamorgan)
Cardiff—Names may be sent to Mrs. Hamilton, Blackladies, Dynan Powis
Croydon—Names may be sent pro tem to Mrs. Hall, Colleendene, Addiscombe Grove, Croydon
Dunfermline—Mrs. Beveridge, Pitreavie, Dunfermline, would be glad to hear from people interested.
Guildford—Names may be sent pro tem to Mrs. Clarke Kennedy, Ewhurst Rectory, near Guildford.
Manchester—Mrs. Freston, 6, St. Paul's Road, Kersal, Manchester, will receive names of people interested in this Branch (pro tem).
Tunbridge Wells and District—Hon. Sec. and Treasurer: Mrs. Trouton, Rotherfield, Sussex (pro tem)

Readers of the Parents' Review living in these districts, or having friends there, are asked to communicate with Miss Armfield, 26, Victoria Street, S.W.


A Branch of the P.N.E.U. will shortly be opened at Croydon. Miss Armfield, 26, Victoria Street, S.W., will be glad to receive the names of people, in or around Croydon, likely to be interested in the formation of a Branch.

Proofread by Leslie Noelani Laurio, September 2008