D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre, Mansfield Road, Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, NG16 3DZ
Join us at the D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre for this illustrated presentation which will look at the writer D.H. Lawrence’s connection with the local landscape, buildings such as 'Haggs Farm' referred to as 'Willey Farm', and some of the people he used in his most semi-autobiographical novel Sons and Lover. Following the talk there will be the opportunity to carry on the discussion and have a look at some old photographs of the area.
This event took place in September 2013 and the entry is now archived.
Max 40 people per tour/event. This event will also form part of the 2013 D.H. Lawrence Festival celebrations, 6th - 21st September, which will pay homage Lawrence's novel Sons and Lovers in it's Centenary year in and around his birthplace of Eastwood, Nottinghamshire. Visit the D.H. Lawrence Heritage website for further details.
The D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre is in easy access of M1 Junction 26 and 27,close to IKEA Retail Park, From M1 Junction 26 take the A610 towards Eastwood and follow the 'D.H. Lawrence Heritage' brown heritage signs. From M1 Junction 27 take the A608, through Brinsley, towards Eastwood. Map link.
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Date last modified: 11th June 2013 at 13:21