A talk by Sally Goldsmith and Rony Robinson 2.00 pm, Saturday 30th January 2016 (tea served from 1.30 pm) Friends’ Meeting House, 27 Ashgate Road, Chesterfield, S40 4AG.
Rony Robinson and Sally Goldsmith have both been interested in Carpenter for many years – indeed it was one of the things that brought them together!
Rony is a writer and much loved broadcaster on Radio Sheffield. He has published several novels for children and adults and over one hundred stage and radio plays. His mother and ILP member grandfather met Carpenter.
Sally Goldsmith is a poet, songwriter, scriptwriter and historian who has won many prizes and awards. She is currently writing a book about St George’s Farm, a communitarian experiment funded by John Ruskin and known to Carpenter