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David Lorimer, MA, PGCE, FRSA

The Scientific & Medical Network Programme Director

David is Programme Director of the Scientific and Medical Network. His work as Director of the Network started in 1986 and he continues to edit the journal, Paradigm Explorer.

He is author and editor of over twelve books, including ‘Survival: Death as Transition’, ‘Resonant Mind’, ‘Radical Prince: the Practical Vision of the Prince of Wales’, ‘Science, Consciousness and Ultimate Reality’ ‘A New Renaissance’ and ‘The Protein Crunch’ (with Jason Drew). He is a Fellow of the International Futures Forum, Founding Chief Executive of Character Scotland, and former President of Wrekin Trust and the Swedenborg Society. He was educated at Eton and the Universities of St Andrews and Cambridge. After a spell in merchant banking, he spent a number of years teaching modern languages and philosophy at Winchester College.


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Posted: 13th August 2018

Fundraising for harp player Sue Caden

Sue Caden is a wonderful harp player, but was slowly losing her hearing. The Health and Wellbeing trust offered to help fundraise for Sue to buy her some state-of-the-art hearing aids.

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Posted: 13th August 2018

Fundraising for the passing of our friend Ali Jennings

On June 11th 2018 a group of Ali’s friend run in the Nailsea Charity run in Ali’s memory in aid of our charity which Ali served and supported passionately.

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