Pacifism and Pandemic – Life and Times of a committed social reformer

A Quiet Bristolian
Paul D Sturge 1891-1974

First warden of the Bristol Folk House

“The Sturge family are one of the most prominent in Bristol’s history, active in local business as estate agents and surveyors. As Quakers, many members were also known as social reformers and pacifists. One of the most remarkable was Paul Dudley Sturge (1891-1974) whose many achievements included a part in setting up the Youth Hostels Association and the Bristol Folk House, which marks its centenary this year.”  The Bristol Times: 

In A Quiet Bristolian, Roger Sturge traces the life and times of his father.

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