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“THE PAIN & THE PRIVILEGE” – The Women in Lloyd George’s Life
a talk by Ffion Hague
Friday 26 October 2012 – 7.30pm prompt
The Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum, York
(access to the Hall is via the Museum Gardens main gates, Museum Street)
Ffion Hague is probably best known as the wife of Foreign Secretary, William Hague. However, she is an accomplished author in her own right and her talk will centre on her book published in 2008 which discusses the lives of various women who featured in the life of David Lloyd-George. The book gave rise to the BAFTA-Wales award winning documentary “The Two Wives of Lloyd George” first broadcast in 2009 As well as running her own practice based on board evaluation in the UK corporate sector Ffion Hague is also a board member of the Outward Bound Trust and English National Opera. In 2010 she was elected an Honorary Fellow of Manchester College, Oxford.
Donations for this talk will go to Relateen (the teenage arm of Relate) and MDS Blood Cancer Research.
This event would not have been possible without the generous assistance and support from the Yorkshire Club and the Yorkshire Philosophical Society.