Birth of third child. Move to Lake District. Education of children; Hutchinson's new position as clerk at Sutton and Cheam Family Planning Association. Discussion of Attlee's social welfare provision. Hutchinson's influence in forcing provision of clearing house system re medical school; in pushing for radio programmes for children, hence 'Watch With Mother.' Articles on schooling and parents. Moved to Richmond, Surrey, 1952. Influence of Women's Movement; Workers Employment Association; 'Women In The Changing World'; teaching and training re commerce. Talks about Women's Movement, Fawcett Society and Library; involvement in educational courses; membership of Fawcett Library accessions committee; lecturing and broadcasting career; links with Housebound Women's Organisation, Open University and BBC Advisory Committee on Adult Education. Time teaching; courses; 'Fresh Horizons.'
Enid Hutchinson: Tape Five
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- Dates of CreationFeb-Mar 1991
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