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Aonghus Gordon


Aonghus Gordon was born in 1955 and spent his formative years in Venice. He attended Waldorf schools before receiving his BA in Ceramics and Art History, followed by teacher training. He traveled extensively before renovating Ruskin Mill in 1982 and developing Ruskin Mill Arts and Crafts Centre. He founded the Living Earth Training Course in 1984, which developed into Ruskin Mill Educational Trust in 1996. Aonghus helped to establish Hiram Trust in 1994, Waldorf College in 1999, and Makhad Trust for endangered nomadic tribes in Sinai and Tibet in 2003. He established the Glasshouse College, Stourbridge, in 2000 and the Freeman College, Sheffield, in 2005. He received the Social Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2005. Aonghus is also in the process of establishing Clervaux Trust in Darlington for excluded children.

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The Life of Arnold Freeman

Philosopher, Teacher and Social Reformer

Foreword by Michael Martin
Introduction by Michael Martin, Aonghus Gordon and Wolfgang Schad
Edited by Michael Martin
Translated by Carl Hoffman