Attingham Park

a pioneering adult education college

Warden, 1948-1971: George Lowthian Trevelyan, BA

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The Sixties
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There follows a pictorial record of Sir George's time at Attingham Park.
This college was founded in 1948, soon becoming well-known as an innovative centre of excellence for broad-ranging adult education.


Special thanks to the National Trust at Attingham Park, to Telford College of Arts and Technology and to Ruth Nesfield-Cookson for their assistance in sourcing materials for this section of Sir George's website.

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Attingham Park   1948-1971

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