Charlotte Mason Centenary Conference

Register today! • July 19-21, 2023 • Ambleside, UK • Hosted jointly by Charlotte Mason Institute & University of Cumbria

Charlotte Mason Centenary Conference

Registration is open!

Have you dreamed about walking along the roads Charlotte Mason drove in her carriage? Flipping through original Charlotte Mason students’ notebooks? Walking through the Beehive, Scale Howe, and the buildings where Charlotte Mason taught and worked? Hiking up the hills to look out over the towns of Ambleside and Grasmere?

Picture Courtesy of the Armitt

You can experience all these and more next July because you’re invited to the Charlotte Mason Centenary Conference from July 19-21, 2023 in Ambleside, England

Spots are limited so we’d encourage you to register today to secure your spot and take advantage of the affordable on-campus accommodations, available before, during and after the conference so you can take time to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

Pictures Courtesy of the Armitt Library and Museum

Make this the trip to inspire your home, classroom, or personal research and the Lake District vacation of which you’ve always dreamed.

Find details about sessions, speaking, and more on our conference page, and start planning your visit now!

Pictures of Scale Howe and the Charlotte Mason Collection courtesy of the Armitt Library & Museum

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