Monthly Archives: April 2012

Margaret Reynolds

Margaret Reynolds will be conducting tours and offering readings from her book on the May open day, we are very privileged to have Anne and Margaret. There will be much People history. “Margaret confirmed she is very interested in being … Continue reading

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The passing of DR Jerry Von Bamberger, former Director WCC

Hi all, for all you old staffers out there I note in Wednesdays Mercury Newspaper a small notice for the passing of DR Jerry Von Bamberger, former Director WCC. Paul Mayne

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The Willow Court Working Group has approved our proposal to present at the Open Day on the 6th May

The Willow Court Working Group has approved our proposal to present at the Open Day on the 6th May. We also have Anne McKinstray who will be offering tours as an ex staff member of Willow Court. Anne has a … Continue reading

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We had a most productive meeting this morning with Mayor Martyn Evans

We had a most productive meeting this morning with Mayor Martyn Evans. We were able to put forward the sites of conscience model and plan a forward direction for further advocacy. We believed that Mayor Evans what receptive to the … Continue reading

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Understanding of why it is so important for Willow Court to become a Site of Conscience

Hi all, In creating understanding of why it is so important for Willow Court to become a Site of Conscience I think we should have more information about the history of  deinstutionalisation, starting with the United Nations Declaration of Human … Continue reading

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A big welcome to Members of the Pennhurst Memorial & Preservation Alliance

A big welcome to Members of the Pennhurst Memorial & Preservation Alliance. It’s great to share this journey with you and trust that the project that you are passionate about will be realised. I think we share many issues and … Continue reading

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