2010 Little Gidding Pilgrimage

The Little Gidding Pilgrimage this year will take place on Saturday 22 May 2010, and will be led by the Bishop of Huntingdon, Dr David Thomson. Note the earlier than usual date. For more details, follow the link.

Friends Newsletter: November 2009

The November Newsletter contains reports and pictures from the Eliot Festival and the Little Gidding Pilgrimage held in the summer, together with news of the AGM and Talk, and other forthcoming events.

For information on printing the ‘booklet’ file, please follow the link below.

Friends AGM 2009

The 2009 Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Little Gidding will be held on Saturday 5 December, beginning with a celebration of Holy Communion at 10.30am, and followed by a talk by Trevor Cooper, Chair of the Ecclesiological Society. For more information, follow the link.

Nicholas Ferrar Day

The annual commemoration of Nicholas Ferrar takes place at Little Gidding on his feast day, Friday 4 December 2009, with a celebration of Holy Communion at 11am. For more information, follow the link.

Eliot documentary on BBC 2

As part of the BBC’s Poetry Season. on Saturday 6 June BBC 2 will show an Arena documentary on the life of T S Eliot, including a section filmed in the snow at Little Gidding in February. Another programme about Eliot will also be shown on Friday 5 June. For more details, follow the link.

Friends Newsletter: May 2009

2009 Little Gidding Pilgrimage

The Little Gidding Pilgrimage this year will take place on Saturday 11 July 2009, and will be led by Bishop John Flack. For more details, follow the link.

Fourth Annual T S Eliot Festival

This year’s Eliot Festival is on Saturday 27 June. Programme and ticket details are now available. Follow the link for more information.

Herbert and Eliot on BBC Radio 4

There are two programmes on BBC Radio 4 next week which might be of interest, concerning George Herbert and T S Eliot. Sunday Worship on Sunday 22 February at 8.10am commemorates George Herbert and is broadcast live from Bemerton in Salisbury, where Herbert was the Rector. In Our Time on Thursday at 9am focuses on T S Eliot's poem ‘The Waste Land’.

Friends Newsletter: January 2009

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