Summer turns to autumn in the Cotswolds, and a piece of Gloucestershire literary history

The author Laurie Lee (Cider with Rosie) has a special place at the University of Gloucestershire. The School of Humanities sponsors the annual Laurie Lee Memorial Lecture at the Cheltenham festival of literature (stay tuned to the blog for more information shortly). This summer, a beautiful area of ancient woodland at Slad once owned by Laurie Lee was preserved as a nature reserve. It epitomises the link between writing and place that’s at the centre of our research and teaching.

But that was in June, and soon Gloucestershire will look like this:


Westonbirt Arboretum in the Fall.
 
 And soon the new academic year begins. We look forward to welcoming new and returning students. September is the best month of the year.  See you soon.


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