In September I visited the Nobel Museum in Stockholm where I made a speech and was entertained to a wonderful dinner which was a recreation of the banquet held when my grandmother received the award on my grandfather’s behalf.
In May we had a very successful and enjoyable Churchill Centre Conference based at Blenheim and in June the opening of the Churchill Memorial Garden at Blenheim and the unveiling of the beautiful stained glass window in the church at Bladon.
January was very busy with commemorative events.
On the 24th, the anniversary of his death, the family got together for a beautiful service at Bladon followed by lunch at Blenheim.
This was the only private event.
On the morning of the 30Continue Reading→
My next trip was to Ottawa for the anniversary of my grandfather’s birthday on the 30th of November.
My host , Ron Cohen, had laid on a great programme including a meeting with the Speaker in his office in front of the original Karsh photograph in the spot where it was taken.
A great event at Earnscliff with …
Last year was very busy, particularly during the Autumn. I visited Miami University in Ohio and spoke both at the University and at the Hamilton Campus.
I then went to Texas A and M at College Station where, at the invitation of Davis Ford and Clayton Williams, I spoke at the university to coincide with the publication of new editions of …
‘Bring back Churchill’s politics’ was the message of Sir Winston Churchill’s granddaughter the Honourable Celia Sandys, at a dinner and talk at the Polish Hearth Club, London, on Wednesday night 24th October 2012….read more
A new exhibition at the Morgan Library & Museum called “Churchill: The Power of Words,” which showcased his long, celebrated career as a statesman, writer, and orator, has opened.
The exhibition at the Morgan kicked off with a lecture by Churchill’s granddaughter, The Hon. Celia Sandys, who has written extensively about him.
Link to Morgan Library lecture – the …