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Kathleen Joan Smith

Kathleen Joan Smith, writer, museum administrator. Member Writers Guild of Great Britain.

Background

  • Smith, Kathleen Joan was born on June 25, 1929 in Luton, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom. Daughter of Joseph and Kathleen Smith. Student University College, Gwynedd, North Wales, 1976-1977.

    Farm worker, Home Counties, United Kingdom, 1943-1950.

  • Education

    • Student University.

    Career

    • Contributor articles to newspapers.

    Works

    • Author: A Cure for Crime, 1965, Help For the Bereaved, 1978, Old Welsh Country Life, 1984, Meditations For Eagles, 1987, Women Without Men, 1987. Plays include: Back to Nature, 1982, The Bronte Story, 1986, also 5 plays for London Weekend television and Thames television, 1970-1976. Contributor articles to newspapers.

      Founder, chairman Work and Leisure Society, United Kingdom, 1978-1984. Deputy chairman The Merseyside and North Wales Electricity Consultative Council, North Wales, since 1982. Founder The Creative Center, 1987.

      Grantee Arts Council Great Britain, 1967, North Wales Arts Association 1977, 79–.

    Membership

    Member Writers Guild of Great Britain.

    Personality

    Interests

    Travel; people; absorbing beauty of creation.

    Connections

    • father: Joseph College
    • mother: Kathleen Smith. Student University College
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