The 2022 Wordsworth Winter School will be held on 14-19 February, 2022.
124 Southfield Road, Oxford, OX4 1PA
The Wordsworth Winter School devotes four full days of lectures, discussions and readings to immersion in the poetry of Wordsworth and his contemporaries. There are normally two lectures, a seminar and a poetry reading on each of the main days. Afternoons are devoted to a special event, a walk or an excursion. We do not accept residential bookings for less than the full period.
For an account of the 2017 event see Stephen Gill's blog at
Lecturer announcements to come
As an extra treat, on the Wednesday afternoon, Cecilia Powell will give a talk in the Jerwood on Wordsworth as Lake District guide, with particular reference to the 1820 guide. A display of printings of what eventually became the Guide to the Lakes and allied archive material will accompany the talk.
Elizabeth Scheer, David Chandler, and Elsa Hammond will be our seminar tutors.
Registration will open by 31 October
For an impression of the event please browse recent programmes in the Archive.
To this should be added the registration fee of £210 (or £189 for Members and Friends of the Conference Foundation).
There is a Paypal payment button on the Registration Page.
|Single (or sole use of a double/twin)￡520||￡520|
Single (or sole use of a double/twin) with Front View
Shared Double/Twin (per person)
Shared Double/Twin (per person) with Front View
|The Stable Cottage (sleeps 4, with sitting room and garden)||p.o.a|
All non-residential attendance must be pre-booked.
Locals Session Rates
£10 per person
Non Participant Rates
£110 for a 5 day non-participant
Some residential places are reserved for bona fide unwaged students for £380 inclusive of the
(see also our Bursaries page).
Times for our transfer buses from and to Oxenholme railway station will be confirmed in December