A scale of "easy terms" has been drawn up for the parents of children attending the new private school opened by the Daughters of Mary at Harworth, Notts.
To run the school on a selfsupporting hasis the nuns have circulated their "pay-as-you-learn" scale of fees to all the neighbouring parishes.
The fees, which may be paid weekly, are : Catholics, aged 5 to 7, 55. a week or £3 a term: aged 8 to II, 135. 6d. a week or £5 a term. NonCatholics are charged : Aged 5 to 7, 95. a week or £5 5s. a term: aged 8 to 11, 12s. 6d. a week or £7 7s. a term.
The Society of Our Lady of Good Counsel (for free legal aid for the poor) is holding a Brains Trust at 6 Belgravc Square. S.W.1, on Monday at 8.30 p.m. Chairman will be Lord Pakenham and the members will include Lady Pakenham, Lady Sempill, Sir Edward Boyle, M.P.. Fr. Jerome O'Hea, Si.. and Mr. Malcolm Muggeridge. Editor of Punch.
"Newman and His Age" is the title of a series of public lectures to be given at Birmingham University by Mgr. H. Francis Davis, vice-rector of Oscott College, at fortnightly intervals starting at the end of January.