The concluding day of the Conference and we had three big events.
The day started with a well-attended Sunday morning service in King’s College – good readings, good hymns and a sermon laced with Dickens references.
The Conference concluded with a meal back in Elphinstone Hall, a final set of “Household Notes” from Sally, the auctioning of an inscribed copy of “Dickens at Gad’s Hill” generously donated by the Cleveland, Ohio branch and now heading for Sydney,
and then a final few words of appreciation from President Tony Williams.
It has been a Conference made excellent not just by the contributors but by all the delegates. Conviviality reigned and will surely do so again at Carrara in 2017.