LET’S TALK ABOUT CHARLOTTE MASON by Margaret Coombs


What a delight to spend Easter week in Rydal, to gaze up at the wild daffodils dancing down Dora Wordsworth’s rocky field and to attend Morning Prayer in Rydal Chapel, where the three amazing Armitt sisters regularly worshipped. I had been reading Stephen Gill’s wonderful literary life of Wordsworth. As I found out how the […]

Memories of Charlotte Mason by Margaret Coombs


As you may know, Lutterworth Press in Cambridge, England is bringing out my new biography ‘Charlotte Mason 1842-1923: Hidden Heritage and Educational Influence in late September, 2015. It explores the lives of Charlotte Mason’s discovered paternal Quaker ancestors, committed to education and ministry, preceding the class-structured Victorian era which dominated her life and the P.N.E.U. […]

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