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Churchill’s Legacy – Why It Still Matters
On the night of the first US presidential debate, when the world listened to speeches intended to influence, inspire —and even annoy — Churchill’s Legacy: Two Speeches to Save the World was launched, celebrating one of the world’s greatest orators and the 70th anniversary of two of his most influential speeches: Churchill’s Iron Curtain and United States of Europe speeches. When talks of this publication first began in 2015, however, no one could have quite foreseen its relevance to the unfolding global political landscape of 2016.
On October 5th we had our first annual Follies Indoor Garden/Cocktail Party! Thank you to everyone who attended, donated, and volunteered. If you weren't able to join us this year, we hope you can next year!
Christina’s Scottish Oatcakes
Christina Conte is a renowned food blogger and top-notch cook with a passion for the UK. In fact, she was even born on the other side of the Atlantic and visits her native Scotland often! Her blog, Christina’s Cucina, is home to hundreds of delicious recipes that will make your mouth water, plus fun stories from her travels in England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland and beyond. We’re delighted to be able to share Christina’s recipes regularly here on The AngloFiles Magazine.
Support Churchill’s Chartwell
The Royal Oak Foundation launches a multi-year appeal to reinvigorate Winston Churchill’s legacy at his family home and acquire prized possessions for the worldwide public.
Royal Oak’s Fundraiser: FOLLIES
Join Royal Oak on October 5 to celebrate the follies across the English countryside protected by the National Trust.
The Royal Oak Legacy Circle
Help ensure the future of The Royal Oak Foundation with a legacy gift.