10. The Spiritual Life of a Settlement (and Mission): Charles Fudge Andrews

Charles Fudge Andrews was the second warden at Pembroke House. The life of the warden is revealed through his autobiography. In Charles Fudge Andrew’s day, Pembroke House was a mission, and the new warden was preparing to be a missionary in India. His predecessor had been signed off due to ill-health and stress. Walworth life…

9. La Vie Associative

Mark Smith’s paper explores the informal learning that comes from association, from the coming together in clubs, committees and associations within civil society. The French describe this as La vie associative, the life of the associations or the associative life. The potential of this idea is given a lot of weight by Konrad Elsdon’s survey…

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