This year’s Uttley Physics prize has been awarded to Malin Litwinski for her outstanding contribution as a Third Year student to the Physics department at Manchester University, and for her outreach project for disabled students.
The new Puffin edition will be published on 2 July, and their edition of The Country Child will be published this time next year. Here it is available for pre-order on Amazon. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Traveller-Time-Puffin-Book/dp/0141361115/ref=tmm_pap_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1435138759&sr=8-1
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Join Chas Arnold on this challenging 5 mile guided walk with fantastic views that visits some of the places associated with the life and work of local author Alison Uttley. The walk will pass Castle Top Farm where she was born before heading to Lea where she went to school. This walk involves rugged uphill walking, stepping stones across a brook…
Holly Thompson, aged eleven of St. Columba’s school, Kilmacolm has produced a series of slides on ‘A Traveller in Time’ by Alison Uttley. » Download Slides (PDF format) » Download Slides (Powerpoint format)
The University of Manchester has established a Prize in memory of Alison in their Physics and Astronomy department. The Prize is awarded annually for the student who had contributed most to the life and work of the School of Physics and Astronomy during the previous year. Pictured is the 2014 Winner, Monique Henson. Congratulations!