Life President

  • Dennis Silk CBE

Patron-in-Chief:

  • Kendall Sassoon

Other Patrons:

  • Neil Brand
  • Max Egremont
  • John Stuart Roberts
  • Jean Moorcroft Wilson
Latest Fellowship News...

New Fellowship subscription rates applicable from January 2018 - please see information below and on 'Join SSF' page.
'Songs of War' Concert at 7:30pm on Thursday 25th January 1918 - St.James's Church, Piccadilly, London. Presented by Wilfred Owen Association & Robert Graves Society. See Events Page.
Fellowship's AGM took place on September 16th in Cambridge. Guest speakers were Anne Penton who spoke about her great uncle David Cuthbert Thomas, followed by Kayleigh Fitgerald on W.H.R. Rivers.
This year's Flower Show Cricket Match between George Sherston's X1 and Matfield CC took place on Sunday July 16th at Matfield Village Green, Kent and resulted in a narrow victory for the George Sherston X1.
SSF jointly hosted the Alliance of Literary Societies meeting on 3rd June, held at the Rivers Suite in the Edinburgh Napier University, Craiglockhart, Edinburgh.

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Committee:

  • Chair: Meg Crane
  • Vice Chair: Christian Major
  • Secretary: Deborah Fisher
  • Treasurer: Peter Clinch
  • Publications: Mhairi Pooler-Hellbrandt
  • Sam Gray
  • Cynthia Greenwood
  • Irene McCready
  • Jack Sturiano

 

 

 

 

 

The first four reasons to join SSF...

Frequent Events, including Springtime meetings at The Lamb in Bloomsbury and occasional November talks at Imperial War Museum, both featuring Sassoon biographers and reviewers.

Annual Conferences, have been held at evocative Sassoon inspired locations including Marlborough, Matfield, Downside, Oxford, Cambridge, Stratford-upon-Avon, Radley and Cardiff.

Siegfried's Journal,
a sumptious bi-annual, printed, text rich, A4 sized journal full of splendidly researched and written Sassoonery, mailed out to all members.

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Flower Show Cricket Match, annual fixture between George Sherston X1 & Matfield CC on the village green in Siegfried's native village of Matfield, Kent.

'When Wilfred met Siegfried'

On August 18th we remembered the 100th Anniversary of the day Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon first met at Craiglockhart War Hospital for Officers, now part of Edinburgh Napier University.
We heard the war poems they composed there in the summer of 1917, recited by Sam Gray of the Wilfred Owen Association and David Wilson of the Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship, with extracts from their letters and diaries, read by Yvonne Morris.

For further details and for related events, please see the Napier University Website

Membership Includes:

Invitation to SSF Events
Annual Conferences
Receiving the bi-annual journal
SSF Facebook access
SSF Blogspot updates

and the opportunity to participate in the Fellowship's Activities shown below...

Cardiff Conference
Cardiff Conference
 

Join SSF and also perhaps consider a joint membership with The Wilfred Owen Association - See 'Join-Us' page.

For Further Information
please contact:

The Secretary
Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship
PO Box 11
Cowbridge
Vale of Glamorgan
CF71 7XT
Secretary's email

 

New Subscription Rates

Operative from January 1st 2018, for details please see the leaflet below:
2018 Subscription Increase information

 

Copyright Issues?

Do you have a copyright question about maybe using Siegfried's work in your publication?

If the answer is 'Yes'.....then please go to our Copyright page.


Alliance of Literary Societies

The Siegfried Sassoon Fellowship is a member of the ALS, the umbrella organisation for literary societies in the UK. The Alliance of Literary Societies provide support and advice on a variety of subjects, as well as promoting cooperation between member societies.

 

SSF & Wilfred Owen Association Book Review competition

You are invited to submit a review of any book (in or out of print) which deals in some way with the theme of the Great War. Reviews should be between 500 & 1500 words long, and should be submitted by July 1st 2017. There will be a prize of £150. See Competition page for details.