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Re: Alfred Williams: Liddington Hill
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Still to find and still to follow, joy in every hill and hollow. Company in solitude.*

Also, at the Richard Jefferies Museum, Marlborough Road, Coate, Swindon on Saturday, 3rd March from 2pm: "Short readings from the works of Richard Jefferies and Alfred Williams. Select your own five minute extract to read out to others or just come along and listen. Museum open from 1pm. The event is hosted by the Friends of Alfred Williams and the Richard Jefferies Society. Entrance is free. More information from Jean Saunders on 01793 783040."**

Jean Saunders has been an active campaigner against plans to develop the area between Coate Water and Barbury Castle.



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18th February 2007ce

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