Hucklow Summer School is an annual Unitarian religious education gathering held each August at the Nightingale Centre, Great Hucklow, in the Peak District. Summer School focuses on matters of religion and spirituality and intends to draw out and develop the potential of all participants. We aim to provide a balanced programme, offering a rich mix of activities for both the heart and head, and a variety of optional sessions showcasing activities which participants might “take home” and try out in their own communities. We also ensure that there are plenty of opportunities for relaxed fellowship and fun during the week. Summer School brings Unitarians together and allows them to get to know each other deeply and form lasting connections.
This annual event is organised by the Hucklow Summer School Panel. This organising team has a rolling membership, as new members are co-opted each year, and it works as part of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches in the UK. Current members of the panel are Jane Blackall, Louise Baumberg, Katie McKenna, Ned Prideaux and Nicola Temple.
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The Hucklow Summer School Panel is part of The General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches, 1-6 Essex Street, London, WC2R 3HY. Website: www.unitarian.org.uk. Registered Charity: No. 250788.