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This Wasn't My Plan

There's just a couple of days left to snap up your ticket to see Head Mistress Heather Hanbury give her much-anticipated Remarkable Women Lecture next week, on Tuesday 25 April at 7pm.

On the threshold of her retirement, she will look back at her career and reflect on the unexpected twists and turns that led her to being head of LEH for nine years. In This Wasn’t My Plan, Mrs Hanbury will reveal that she speaks from first-hand experience when she tells pupils not to fear failure.

In her own inimitable style, there are sure to be tears, laughter, frank admissions, warm memories, funny anecdotes, and heart felt wisdom. Tickets cost £15 (£5 concessions) with all proceeds going to a cause close to Mrs Hanbury’s heart – the LEH Bursary Fund – so please do show your support. https://www.hollesconnect.org.uk/event/remarkable-women-lecture-this-wasn-t-my-plan-with-heather-hanbury

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