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LECTURES and TALKS2021 Programme

'The Squiggle Foundation’s aims are: * To study the work of Dr. Donald Woods Winnicott (1896-1971) ; * To spread his ideas to a wide audience and put them into everyday use in today’s world ... D.W.W., as he was popularly known, was a paediatrician 
and psychoanalyst who built on Freud’s discoveries of 
how the mind works. His main emphasis was on the 
genuine flourishing of the "person" and the nurturing by the "other" of a "sense of self". Winnicott once said 
his concern was with "living persons, whole living and 
loving". His therapeutic aim was to enable his patients to live in a creative and authentic way.'

LECTURES and TALKSRegular Programme

'St John's hosts a variety of distinguished lectures over the course of the academic year.'

'At the heart of our work are our diverse religious and belief communities. We serve them in a number of ways through public benefit activities which include charity days, integration initiatives over food, roundtable discussions, lectures and seminars. We are committed to working with communities to promote encounter, harbour trust, strengthen understanding and encourage co-operation.'

LECTURES and TALKSRegular Programme

We are the UK's leading specialist retailer of maps, travel books and other travel accessories, having been established in 1853 by Edward Stanford ... Today, Stanfords remains a much loved and vital part of the travel landscape. As the world’s largest map retailer, Stanfords prides itself on the depth of its stock, sourced by experts, from all over the world. If you can’t find what you are looking for in store or online and, if it exists, Stanfords will make every effort to find it for you.'  Frequent in-store (and online) events at their flagship store in London, and their Branch in Bristol.

'Each year we host a series of free seminars and lectures which is open to graduates, students, staff and members of the public.'

LECTURES and TALKS2021 Programme

'A group of enthusiastic volunteers who care about two of Blackpool’s favourite green spaces. We have a number of sub groups who get involved in gardening, wildlife conservation and events ... The meetings enable the group to share information, provide updates and discuss issues. We also book guest speakers from time to time. Our meetings are open to non-members.'

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