Hotel setting for new Prince of Wales summer school

30th May 2003 at 01:00
A COUNTRY hotel in Norfolk is to re-run last year's influential Prince of Wales summer school for English and history teachers. The four-day course near Norwich will feature poet Seamus Heaney, playwright Tom Stoppard, novelist PD James, English scholar Christopher Ricks, and TV historians Simon Schama and David Starkey. Last year, historians complained that the curriculum concentrates too much on World War Two. To apply to attend, email for details.

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