In addition to the formal business of the meeting, the weekend will give members the opportunity to explore the surrounding countryside of the Lake District, which is at its most attractive in the spring.
Other events organised with AOUG in the forthcoming weeks are listed alongside.
Please contact the AOUG office on 01908 653316 or 655997, or e-mail AOUG@open.ac.uk for more information on membership and details of these and other activities planned throughout the country .
Thursday, 15 April
Visit to the National Gallery, London to view the work of Ingres, an artist distinguished by his accomplished technique, and one of the 19th century's greatest portraitists.
Saturday 24 April
The Yorkshire region of the AOUG will be visiting Howarth, home of the Bronte sisters.
Sunday 9 May
The Aberdeen group of AOUG will be walking through Old Aberdeen, including a visit to the Cruickshank Botanic Garden led by Dr John Smith from the Geography department of Aberdeen University.Reuse content