Arvon Foundation

The Arvon Foundation is a charity that runs residential writing courses for the public at four historic houses across Britain, including at Lumb Bank, Heptonstall.

Picture courtesy of Al Robertston at http://www.flickr.com/photos/al_robertson/

The house, which once belonged to poet Ted Hughes, is an 18th century mill owner’s house standing in 20 acres of woodland. It is intended as a place of retreat, with no television, radio or internet access.

Courses run from Mondays to Saturdays. Centre directors are Liz Flanagan and Rebecca Evans. Centre assistant is Rachel Connor.

Tel: 01422 843714
Fax: 01422 843714
Email: lumbbank@arvonfoundation.org

Twitter: Ladies_of_Lumb

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