The Lime Cycle

Coniston to Kelmscott Cycling Fundraiser 2019

SPAB Lethaby Scholars 2016, Tríona Byrne, Declan Cahill and Gethin Harvey are putting the sketchbooks down to complete the expedition on two wheels. Accompanied by Conor Meehan (Scholar 2013), and hopefully other past Scholars and friends, the team will be undertake a 377km fundraising cycle from the grave of John Ruskin at St. Andrew’s Church, Coniston to the grave of William Morris at St. George’s Church, Kelmscott, from 19th April to 21st April 2019.

The Team would be extremely grateful for any sponsorship that you may be able to offer and know that all of this will go towards the Trusts goal of supporting two bursaries on the scholarship in the future. Please visit their Just Giving Page to Sponsor them.

Keep up to date with the journey as it progressing on twitter @SPAB1877

Save the Date – AGM and Gathering 2019

We are delighted to announce that the Trust’s AGM and Annual gathering is to be held in and around the South Downs National Park on Saturday 7th September 2019.

As usual, the AGM will be preceded by a day of interesting visits and followed by a formal evening dinner; to be held at West Dean College, Nr Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0QZ.

We have a few more items to confirm before we are able to send out the itinerary and booking information.  More information on this years gathering will be posted on the Events page.

Save the Date – AGM and Gathering 2018

We’re delighted to announce that this year’s Scholars’ Gathering and Annual General Meeting of the Trust will be held in The Lake District on Saturday 22nd September 2018. The AGM will be held on a vintage bus from the Cambrian Coach Company, leaving Kendal at 11am. Other visits and evening meal final details are to to be confirmed, Watch this space for more details.

The Lake District is a beautiful area of England that is steeped in history and has recently been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. More information on this years gathering can be found at the Events page.

 

 

 

AGM and Gathering 2017

Gloucestershire: Saturday 23rd September 2017

We are delighted to announce details of this year’s Gathering of Scholars and Annual General Meeting of the Trust, to be held in and around Gloucestershire on Saturday 23rd September 2017.

Join us at Stanley Pontlarge, the home of the late Sonia Rolt, on Saturday morning, where many Scholars have formed fond memories. We then move a few miles north for  a light lunch and a talk at St Mary’s Church, Little Washbourne which is in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. We wind up the day with an afternoon tour, AGM and dinner at the sumptuous Stanway House, where a free camping field has been offered to any interested parties; with many thanks to Lord Wemyss.

Scholars should have received all documents via email, if you have not please do contact us. Alternatively all necessary information can be downloaded via the links on the ‘Gatherings’ page.

We look forward to seeing you all in September.

Save the date – AGM Scholars and Gathering 2017

We’re delighted to announce that this year’s Scholars’ Gathering and Annual General Meeting of the Trust will be held on Saturday 23rd September 2017. The AGM will be held at 5pm at Stanway House. Other vist and evening meal final details are to to be confirmed, but we will be in the beautiful region of Gloucestershire.  Watch this space for more details.

AGM 2016 announced

Llancarfan image croppedWe are delighted to announce the annual Gathering of Scholars and AGM of the Trust, to be held in and around Cardiff on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th September 2016.  Click here for more information, and all relevant documents, including return forms to book your place.

Welcome to our new Scholars!

Just last Monday, the Scholars of 2016 Declan Cahill, Gethin Harvey and Triona Byrne began their epic travels.  Chairman of the Trust Dorian Crone, accompanied by Secretary Hugh Conway Morris, nipped over to Spital Square for the traditional photograph on the steps of SPAB HQ.  The Dance Trust wishes them all very well!

Scholars 2016 with Dorian and Hugh