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Heather Payn

Adviser for Home Economics

Westmorland Local Education Authority

Westmorland Local Education Authority

Background Information

Employment History

President

Kendal Soroptimists

The Cumberland News

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Heather Payn The ...

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Heather Payn The Cumberland News

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Ensured good practice: Heather Payn was extremely diligent in her work which saw her introduce all manner of projects designed to improve the education of both children and adults through her support of evening classes, often in remote villages and at all times of the year
She introduced all manner of projects designed to improve the education of both children and adults through her practical support of evening classes, often in remote villages and at all times of the year.
In 1968 she was appointed to the new post of adviser for home economics with the Westmorland Local Education Authority. Following local government reorganisation in 1974, her role expanded to take in the whole of the new county of Cumbria.
With her colleagues in the county education service, she worked to help establish the new county and to ensure that good practice in home economics teaching would be readily available to everyone.
She arranged courses at teachers' centres and through the county's new residential development centre at Higham Hall, often arriving a day early to make sure that everything was in order.
Poor health - rheumatism - forced her to take early retirement in 1982 but her condition did later improve sufficiently for her to serve as president of the Kendal Soroptimists, an organisation of which she had always been a committed supporter.


Heather PaynThe Cumberland ...

www.cumberland-news.co.uk [cached]

Heather PaynThe Cumberland News

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Heather Payn
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Ensured good practice: Heather Payn was extremely diligent in her work which saw her introduce all manner of projects designed to improve the education of both children and adults through her support of evening classes, often in remote villages and at all times of the year
She introduced all manner of projects designed to improve the education of both children and adults through her practical support of evening classes, often in remote villages and at all times of the year.
In 1968 she was appointed to the new post of adviser for home economics with the Westmorland Local Education Authority.Following local government reorganisation in 1974, her role expanded to take in the whole of the new county of Cumbria.
With her colleagues in the county education service, she worked to help establish the new county and to ensure that good practice in home economics teaching would be readily available to everyone.
She arranged courses at teachers' centres and through the county's new residential development centre at Higham Hall, often arriving a day early to make sure that everything was in order.
Poor health - rheumatism - forced her to take early retirement in 1982 but her condition did later improve sufficiently for her to serve as president of the Kendal Soroptimists, an organisation of which she had always been a committed supporter.

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