Comments about the ‘Questioning History’ event on 14-15 December 2019 (each comment comes from a different person):
‘Thank you for organising and making this year's A & A conference at High Leigh so much fun and thought-provoking’.
‘ My thanks for a most engaging weekend at Leigh House and it was great to meet you and many others’.
‘I really enjoyed the presentations and company of those in attendance. Even though I was only there for the day, I felt like a came away with a lot to think about and investigate. I'll certainly recommend the conference to friends and hope to be back next year’.
‘The two of us really did enjoy the weekend. Congratulations on everything going so well – you did a fantastic job and the speakers (you included) were really amazing and interesting’.
‘Congratulations on the conference/event at the weekend, everyone seemed to enjoy it, impressed by your organising’.
‘Warm thanks for making this whole extraordinary and enjoyable event happen. We all have so much new food for thought don’t we’.
‘Thanking you for a wonderful weekend. I really enjoyed it all: food, venue, talks and company. Fandabidosy’.
Alice – just a note to say congratulations on a very successful weekend. Everyone enjoyed it and it was very interesting and informative. Thanks for all your hard work!
‘Very good event, venue looked after us well’.
‘I just wanted to email to say thank you for setting up and running the Awake and Aware event last weekend. Even though I was only able to make it on Saturday, I found the presentations fascinating and full of new information. The venue was excellent, and the catering was very good. It was great to mingle with like minded people, who have enquiring minds as well, and allowed an opportunity to discuss things that are just not feasible in ‘normal’ life!’
‘It was a great standard. It was very well done. People enjoyed it. The venue had lots for people to do – walking, architecture, going to room – there was enough variety. The conference wasn’t fringy. It was very well grounded. The people were not saying crazy things – it was all well grounded. People would all have been very satisfied with it.’