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He was the scion of New Brunswick’s wealthiest family, a seemingly successful executive working with his father to oversee their dynasty. Below the surface, things were different. Erin Anderssen talks to Kenneth Irving about his descent into darkness, and what he lost and gained along the way (Video.)
Boarding Concern would like to wish our website visitors all the best for the Holidays and a peaceful and healthy New Year 2017.
We would particularly like to thank our Supporters for their donations during this past year. If you would like to support our work, please click here.
This past year, we have:
held our Conference
launched our updated website
continued to support former boarders, their partners and others affected by boarding
attended numerous events, including book launches
published our newsletters
We thank those of you who have used our Contact Us forms to send us your feedback on our new website. We welcome your suggestions and comments as we continue to develop this site in the months ahead, particularly the Boarding Today section.
Since launching, we have heard from journalists and broadcasters that our Boarding News section is now the “go to” place for the real news about UK boarding.
The New Year 2017 promises to bring us all new challenges. We hope to publish a book of women’s stories of boarding and speak at the University of Brighton conference in September. Keep an eye on Our News page for more details of what’s happening in the New Year.