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This week's corpus research seminar comes from Javier Pérez-Guerra, University of Vigo, Spain, who will be presenting a talk on Word order in the recent history of English: syntax and processing on the move
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Management school LT9
Speaker
Javier Pérez-Guerra
The Literacy Research Discussion Group (LRDG) are delighted to welcome Emily Spiers and Robert Crawshaw, DELC, Lancaster University, who will talk about "Cultural Literacy and Social Futures one year on"
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Emily Spiers and Robert Crawshaw
This weeks SLLAT talk will be delivered by Chajuan Hu, on 'Chinese students' cognitive composing process under the real-time online AWE context'.
Event Time
12-1pm
Venue
Bowland North SR 6
Speaker
Chajuan Hu
Next week's corpus research seminar is a combined UCREL CRS and DisTex (Discourse and Text Research Group) event.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Bowland North SR26
Speaker
John Gordon
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Chris Hart, on 'Protests Engulfed the City': An experimental approach to the legitimating functions of fire metaphors in discourse on protest.
Event Time
16:00
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Chris Hart
This weeks SLLAT talk will be delivered by Aina Casaponsa, on 'Foreign language comprehension achievement: insights from the cognate facilitation effect '.
Event Time
12-1pm
Venue
Country south C89
Speaker
Aina Casaponsa
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Jeremy Holland, on 'Topological and Deictic Structures of Mental Models in Manifesto Texts'.
Event Time
2-3pm
Venue
Bowland North SR15
Speaker
Jeremy Holland
This week's CRS speaker is Carlos Herrero-Zorita from the Autonomous University of Madrid who will be delivering a talk titled Automatic detection of Spanish and Japanese modal markers and presence in spoken corpora.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Bowland North SR26
Speaker
Carlos Herrero-Zorita
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Salomé Villa Larenas who will talk about "Developing a language assessment literacy inventory"
Event Time
15.00-16.30pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Salomé Villa Larenas
The FORGE is pleased to announce our upcoming event welcoming Matt Edwards & Dr Steve Wattam talking about 'Why privacy makes privacy research hard'.
Event Time
1-2pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Matt Edwards & Dr Steve Wattam
The Literacy Research Discussion Group (LRDG) are delighted to welcome Søren Nygaard Drejer Odense, who will talk about "Academic writing in the transition between the Danish upper secondary school and university"
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
Bowland North, Seminar room 19
Speaker
Søren Nygaard Drejer Odense
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Isabela Fairclough (UCLan), on ‘The logic of conductive arguments and decision-making in the debate over shale gas in the UK, or why the anti-frackers are not “nimbies”‘
Event Time
4pm
Venue
Isabela Fairclough
Speaker
Isabela Fairclough
The Language Testing Research Group and SLLAT welcome Mary-Jane Abrahams (Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile) who will talk about "Curriculum design/reform in a Chilean university"
Event Time
15.00-16.30pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Mary-Jane Abrahams
The Literacy Research Discussion Group (LRDG) are delighted to welcome Leonie Gaiser and Yaron Matras, University of Manchester, who will talk about "LinguaSnapp: Pioneering a new method for Linguistic Landscapes – digital documentation"
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Emily Spiers and Robert Crawshaw
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Daniela Ibarra Herrera (Lancaster University), on 'Argumentative resources in tweets related to Chilean political TVs shows'.
Event Time
2-3pm
Venue
Bowland North SR15
Speaker
Daniela Ibarra Herrera
This week's CRS speaker is Min Chen, a visiting researcher in LAEL, Lancaster University, who will be delivering a talk titled Ideological functions of metonymy: The metonymic location names in Chinese and American political discourses.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Bowland North SR26
Speaker
Min Chen
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Marco Caracciolo (Ghent University), on Working with a character: Readers, empathy, and implicit knowledge.
Event Time
16:00
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Marco Caracciolo
The Literacy Research Discussion Group (LRDG) are delighted to welcome Candice Satchwell, Uclan, who will talk about "Stories to connect: using phygital artefacts to tell young people's stories in the community"
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Candice Satchwell
This week's CRS speaker is Amelia Joulain-Jay, from the Department of History and CASS, Lancaster University, who will be delivering a talk titled Collocation statistics in OCR data: are they reliable?
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Management School LT09
Speaker
Amelia Joulain-Jay
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Dr Carole Sedgwick (Roehampton University) who will talk about "How ‘general' can a language test be? A critical study of the IELTS requirement for the registration of non-UK trained nurses"
Event Time
15.00-16.30pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Dr Carole Sedgwick
The Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University is preparing an ELT symposium in honour of Alan Waters on 24 February 2017 followed by a fell walk in the Lake District on 25 February 2017.
The FORGE is pleased to announce our upcoming event welcoming Dr Bela Chatterjee talking about 'Gender and cyberwarfare – a critical examination of key terms and images'.
Event Time
1-2pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Dr Bela Chatterjee
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Greg Myers, on Stories and stance in research interviews: Closings, interpretations, and reorientations.
Event Time
16:00
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Greg Myers
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Nicola Halenko, on 'Evaluating the explicit pragmatic instruction of requests and apologies in a study abroad setting: the case of Chinese ESL learners at a UK Higher Education Institution'.
Event Time
12-1pm
Venue
Bowland North SR1
Speaker
Nicola Halenko
The next Cognitive Linguistics Research Group meeting will welcome Daniel Alcaraz Carrión, PhD student from the LAEL department, who will be presenting his research "Temporal co-speech gestures: A comparison between spatial and non-spatial temporal expressions".
Event Time
4-5pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Daniel Alcaraz Carrión
The FORGE is delighted to announce our first external guest speaker of 2017: Former Detective Chief Superintendent Laurence Carr (Merseyside Police).
Event Time
12-2pm
Venue
George Fox LT3
Speaker
Former Detective Chief Superintendent Laurence Carr (Merseyside Police)
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Franz Holzknecht who will talk about "Listening once or twice: A pilot study"
Event Time
15.00-16.30pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Franz Holzknecht
This week's CRS speaker is Sheryl Prentice, Lancaster University, who will be delivering a talk titled Constructing resources for the identification of native language features online: the process, possibilities and challenges.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Management School LT09
Speaker
Sheryl Prentice
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Javier Pérez Guerra, on 'Contrasting syntax: on the design of predicates in native and learner language'.
Event Time
12-12.30pm
Venue
Bowland North SR15
Speaker
Javier Pérez Guerra
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Bimali Indrarathne, on 'Inclusion of learners with specific learning differences in teaching English as a foreign language: A teacher training project for Sri Lanka'.
Event Time
12.30-1.30pm
Venue
Bowland North SR15
Speaker
Bimali Indrarathne
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Michael Kranert (Edinburgh Napier University), on Mapping political cultures, or ‘genre' as central category of comparative political discourse analysis. The case of Third Way discourses in Germany and the UK at the turn of the 21st century
Event Time
2-3pm
Venue
Bowland North SR15
Speaker
Michael Kranert
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Hiroko Usami who will talk about "The CEFR in Japan"
Event Time
15.00-16.30pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Hiroko Usami
This week's CRS speaker is Angela Zottola, a visiting researcher from the University of Napoli Federico II, who will be delivering a talk titled Transgender people in the British press: A corpus-based discourse analysis.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Management School LT09
Speaker
Angela Zottola
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Elisabeth Reber (University of Wuerzburg), on Evidence in Prime Minister's Questions.
Event Time
16:00
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Elisabeth Reber
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Anuchit Toomaneejinda who will talk about "ELF disagreement in academic group discussion: A work-in-progress"
Event Time
15.00-16.30pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Anuchit Toomaneejinda
This week's CRS speaker is Andrew Moore, SCC, Lancaster University, who will be delivering a talk titled 'Evaluation metrics matter: predicting sentiment from financial news headlines'
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Management School LT09
Speaker
Andrew Moore
The final LRDG talk for this term will be by Pamela Olmos, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México. She will talk about: Authorial identities in pursuing a Doctorate
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Pamela Olmos
The 'Culture, Society and Medicine' seminar series welcomes Angela Woods (Durham University).
Event Time
13.00 - 14.00
Venue
County Main SR4
Speaker
Angela Woods
The FORGE is pleased to announce our upcoming event welcoming Prof Tim Grant (Aston) talking about 'Taking language analysis to Court – How linguistic investigative advice, language evidence, and expert opinion are used in the UK justice system'.
Event Time
1-2pm
Venue
Management School LT6
Speaker
Prof Tim Grant
This week's CRS speaker is Jonathan Culpeper, LAEL, Lancaster University, who will be delivering a talk titled The Encyclopaedia of Shakespeare's Language Project and Corpus Methods.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Management School LT09
Speaker
Jonathan Culpeper
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Dr. Nicolina Montesano Montessori, who is speaking about the reduction of plurality in EU discourse and the emergence of populism in Europe.
Event Time
2-3pm
Venue
Bowland North SR1
Speaker
Nicolina Montesano Montessori
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Steve Oswald (University of Fribourg, Switzerland). Title TBA
Event Time
16:00
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Steve Oswald
The 'Culture, Society and Medicine' seminar series welcomes Dr Miriam Bernard, Professor of Social Gerontology, Keele University, England and Dr Jill Rezzano, Head of Education, the New Vic Theatre, North Staffordshire.
Event Time
13.00 - 14.00
Venue
County Main SR1
Speaker
Dr Miriam Bernard and Dr Jill Rezzano
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Constance Mbassi Manga (Lancaster University), who is speaking about 'A case study of Camfranglais in diasporic contexts'.
Event Time
2-3pm
Venue
County Main SR1
Speaker
Constance Mbassi Manga
This week's corpus research seminar comes from Jens Zinn (CASS): Discourse-semantic changes of "risk" in the New York Times, 1987-2014
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Furness LT2
Speaker
Jens Zinn
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Elena Semino, on Metaphor and narrative in the experience of illness.
Event Time
16:00
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Elena Semino
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Sabine Gatt (University of Innsbruck), who is speaking about 'Integration into (Post-)Democracy. The relevance of intersectional power relations in the context of citizenship formation in the Austrian migration regime'.
Event Time
12-2pm
Venue
Bowland North SR 05
Speaker
Sabine Gatt
This weeks LRDG talk will be by Giovanna Battiston, Sheffield Hallam University, who will talk about: The lived literacy experiences of practising marketers in the workplace
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
County Main, SR 2
Speaker
Giovanna Battiston
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Mohammad Ahmadian, on 'Explicit and Implicit Instruction of L2 Pragmatics: Do Working Memory Capacity and Language Aptitude Play a Role?'.
Event Time
12.00-1.00pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Mohammad Ahmadian
A special extended seminar: Paul Rayson (SCC, Lancaster University) will be running a two-hour workshop on the Wmatrix corpus annotation and comparison tool.
Event Time
15:00-17:00
Venue
Hannaford Lab
Speaker
Paul Rayson
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will a joint talk with LTRG. Delivered by Luke Harding, Tineke Brunfaut, Johnny Unger (Lancaster University), talking about 'Enhancing security, preventing mobility? An analysis of the UK Secure English Language Testing policy'.
Event Time
3pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Luke Harding, Tineke Brunfaut, Johnny Unger
Carmen Dayrell (CASS) will be presenting a talk at UCREL CRS, titled What do British newspapers mean when they talk about droughts? Examining 25 years of discourse, 1990-2014.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Furness LT2
Speaker
Carmen Dayrell
This weeks LRDG talk will be by Rachel Bélisle Université de Sherbrooke, who will talk about: Relationship with writing: a francophone notion?
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
County South, B89
Speaker
Rachel Bélisle
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by James Wilby, on 'The relationship between motivation, self-regulation, and L2 international students' paraphrasing behaviour and writing achievement over the course of an EAP programme'.
Event Time
12.00-1.00pm
Venue
County South B59
Speaker
James Wilby
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Michael Farrelly (University of Hull), who is speaking about 'Using Nvivo for Identifying and Coding Intertextuality in CDA'
Event Time
2-3pm
Venue
County Main SR1
Speaker
Michael Farrelly
This week's corpus research seminar comes from Alison Sealey and Emma Franklin will be co-presenting a talk titled 'Starting with verbs: complementary methods for the corpus-assisted discourse analysis of HEAR'.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Furness LT2
Speaker
Alison Sealey and Emma Franklin
This week's corpus research seminar will be a talk by Walid Magdy from the School of Informatics, the University of Edinburgh. The talk is titled What can we learn from Big Social Data? and will be on 15 June 2017 at 3pm-4pm in Furness LT02.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Furness LT2
Speaker
Walid Magdy
This weeks LRDG talk will be by Mark Sebba, who will talk about: Multimodal, multidimensional, multilingual: an approach to product packaging
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
County South, B89
Speaker
Mark Sebba
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Jose Luis Moreno Vega, on 'Implicit and Explicit learning of Prepositions in English'.
Event Time
12.00-1.00pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Jose Luis Moreno Vega
We are pleased to announce the 12th Lancaster University International Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching which will take place at Lancaster University on Monday 26 June 2017.
Venue
Lancaster University
This weeks LRDG talk will be by Kathrin Kaufold, who will talk about: Mediating communication on healthcare access for migrants in Sweden
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
County South, B89
Speaker
Kathrin Kaufold
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Karmen Pizorn, on 'Language Anxiety of Year 6 EFL students'.
Event Time
11.00-12.00pm
Venue
County South D72
Speaker
Karmen Pizorn
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Andrew Sampson, on 'Languaging and learning compared across three EFL course delivery modes'.
Event Time
12.00-1.00pm
Venue
County South D72
Speaker
Andrew Sampson
This joint SLLAT and Phonetics Lab talk will be delivered by Dr Jiexuan Lin, on 'Phonetic convergence in nonnative speech and the role of individual differences'.
Event Time
1.00-2.00pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Dr Jiexuan Lin
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Pucheng Wang who will talk about "Investigating test-takers' cognitive processes while completing integrated writing tasks: Evidence from eye-tracking and stimulated recall"
Event Time
14:00-15:00
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Pucheng Wang
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Mayya Levkina, on 'The role of linguistic complexity in enhancing L2 pronunciation development of vowel contrasts through collaborative map tasks'.
Event Time
12.00-1.00pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Mayya Levkina
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Parvaneh Tavakoli, on 'Can a narrow approach to defining and researching fluency in Applied Linguistics help?'.
Event Time
3-4pm
Venue
Bowland North SR3
Speaker
Parvaneh Tavakoli
We are pleased to announce that the 23rd edition of AMLaP will be hosted at Lancaster University, September 7-9, 2017. AMLaP (Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing) is the leading European conference in psycholinguistics.
Event Time
September 7-9, 2017
Venue
Lancaster University
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Ying Xu (South China University of Technology, China), who will talk about "A longitudinal investigation of students' perceptions and use of automated writing evaluation (AWE) feedback in L2 formative writing assessment: The case of Pigai"
Event Time
15:00-16:30
Venue
County South D72
Speaker
Ying Xu
The first UCREL Corpus Research Seminar for 2017-18 will be given by Lancaster's very own Andrew Hardie and Paul Rayson. They will opening the series by discussing the wide range of corpus and software resources available to students and researchers at Lancaster.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Management School Lecture Theatre 9
Speaker
Andrew Hardie and Paul Rayson
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Talia Isaacs (University College London, IoE) and John Read (The University of Auckland, NZ)
Event Time
14:00-16:30
Venue
County South D72
The second UCREL Corpus Research Seminar for 2017-18 will be given by Lancaster's very own Vaclav Brezina and Matt Timperley. Those who attended our opening talk on Thursday will have heard #LancsBox mentioned throughout the session, but this is an opportunity to get a hands-on taster of version 3 which has just been released.
Event Time
16:00-17:00
Venue
Hannaford Lab
Speaker
Vaclav Brezina and Matt Timperley
Jens Zinn will be presenting the third UCREL CRS for 2017-18, titled Social change and discourse-semantic shifts in The Times (London): The ‘at risk' construct in historical perspective
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Management School Lecture Theatre 9
Speaker
Jens Zinn
UCREL and SLAAT are hosting a joint talk this week - Magali Paguot from Université Catholique de Louvain will be joining us to present a paper entitled "Phraseological complexity in EFL learner writing across proficiency levels".
Event Time
3 - 4 pm
Venue
Cavendish Colloquium
Speaker
Magali Paquot
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes John Pill talking about "Score-users' perspectives on testing occupation-related language skills"
Event Time
16:00-17:30
Venue
Faraday building - Cavendish Colloquium
This weeks LRDG talk will be by Dima Atanasova, who will talk about: Discoursal construction of identity in personal and professional obesity blogs
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
County Main, SR 4
Speaker
Dima Atanasova
This joint SLLAT and LTRG talk will be delivered by Ana Pellicer-Sanchez (UCL), on 'Examining learners' eye movements during reading in different input modalities'.
Event Time
12.00-13.00pm
Venue
FASS A010 MR3
Speaker
Ana Pellicer-Sanchez (UCL)
Rozane Rebechi (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul) will be presenting this weeks UCREL CRS seminar, titled 'God', 'nation' and 'family' vote for the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff: a corpus-based approach to discourse.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Fylde D28
Speaker
Rozane Rebechi
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Chloe Harrison (Coventry University), on Action chains, grounding and ‘narrative urgency' in Enduring Love.
Event Time
1pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Chloe Harrison
This weeks LRDG talk will be by Johann Unger and George Green, who will talk about: Creative writing practices and national identity construction
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
Bowland Nth SR 21
Speaker
Johann Unger and George Green
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Leanne Bartley (University of Granada), who is speaking about 'Can clever language use result in wrongful convictions?: Insights from an Appraisal analysis of courtroom discourse'
Event Time
4pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Leanne Bartley (University of Granada)
The Language Testing Research Group welcomes Ari Huhta (University of Jyväskylä, Finland) talking about "Diagnosing writing and its development in English as a foreign language"
Event Time
15:00-16:30
Venue
County South D72
Speaker
Ari Huhta
Mahmoud El-Haj & Mariam Aboelezz will be presenting this weeks UCREL CRS seminar, titled 'Arabic Dialect Identification in the Context of Bivalency and Code-Switching'.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Faraday SR4
Speaker
Mahmoud El-Haj & Mariam Aboelezz
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Huey Fen Cheong (Lancaster University), who is speaking about ‘East-West Comparison of Gender Performativity in ‘Marketing' Metrosexuality through Facebook Brand Pages'
Event Time
4pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Huey Fen Cheong (Lancaster University)
Susan Reichelt from Lancaster University will be joining us for the seventh UCREL CRS to present her paper It doesn't stop, it never, never stops, er, it doesn't stop evolving”: Observing Spoken British English of the past 20 years through apparent and real-time evidence.
Event Time
15:00-16:00
Venue
Fylde D28
Speaker
Susan Reichelt
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Chris Hart (Lancaster University) and Matteo Fuoli (University of Birmingham), on How persuasive is corporate discourse? An experiment testing the effectiveness of trust-building strategies in companies' texts.
Event Time
1pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Chris Hart and Matteo Fuoli
This weeks LRDG talk will be by James Butler, who will talk about: Game-Space Interface: Exploring Environmental Humanities through Videogames with the Lakescraft Project
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
Bowland Nth SR 27
Speaker
James Butler
Workshop of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) Health & Science Communication Special Interest Group (SIG)
Venue
Lancaster University
This SLLAT talk will be delivered by Bimali Indrarathne on 'Dyslexia and English language teaching in Sri Lanka: A teacher training project – impact and challenges'.
Event Time
12pm
Venue
County South D72
Speaker
Bimali Indrarathne
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Annika Norlund Shaswar (Umeå University), who is speaking about ‘Monolingual and Multilingual Language Norms in Basic Literacy Education for Adult L2 Learners of Swedish'
Event Time
4pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Annika Norlund Shaswar (Umeå University)
This weeks Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) talk will be delivered by Eyal Clyne (The University of Manchester)
Event Time
4pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Eyal Clyne (The University of Manchester)
The next Cognitive Linguistics Research Group meeting will welcome Thora Tenbrink (University of Bangor), who will be presenting on "Analysing discourse relations in natural language: The case of space and time".
Event Time
2pm
Venue
County South B89
Speaker
Thora Tenbrink
This weeks DisTex talk will be delivered by Lesley Jeffries (University of Huddersfield), on From austerity to Brexit: corpus-based investigations into lexical meaning and political realities.
Event Time
1pm
Venue
County South C89
Speaker
Lesley Jeffries
This weeks LRDG will be a Reading session on Prain, V., & Hand, B. (2016). Coming to Know More Through and From Writing. Educational Researcher, 45(7), 430-434.
Event Time
1.00 - 2.00 pm
Venue
Bowland Nth SR 21
Speaker
Julia Gillen
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