6 November 2017 marks almost 170 years since the day that Richard Jefferies was born on the family farm at Coate (now part of Swindon). The Richard Jefferies Society  is celebrating the occasion with a public meeting  to be held at Liddington Village Hall on Saturday 4 November starting at 2.30pm and the publication of the first volume of a new biography  of Richard Jefferies that covers his early years living in the Coate area – a time that inspired his writing and which provided his first job as a reporter on the local paper.
Friday, October 27, 2017
Saturday, October 14, 2017
Saturday, August 05, 2017
Monday, June 05, 2017
|From the left: Angus Maclennan, John Price and Richard Fortey|
The Richard Jefferies Society and The White Horse Bookshop Writer's Prize has been awarded to British palaeontologist, natural historian, writer and broadcaster Richard Fortey for The Wood for the Trees (William Collins). From a short list of five, the panel judged that the book best met the criterion of reflecting themes or topics broadly consistent with Jefferies’ writing.
Posted by The Richard Jefferies Society at 5:57 am
Thursday, May 18, 2017
RICHARD JEFFERIES SOCIETY
SATURDAY 24 June 2017
Connections and Inspirations: the Influence of Richard Jefferies on Writers and Poets
Posted by The Richard Jefferies Society at 12:54 pm