The Hexagon Group
The Hexagon was a group of six men who met regularly in each others homes. They took turns write and present a paper which was then discussed (debating). Members were: Compagnac (retired professor from a northern university, lived next door to where Grace Dieu is now), Dr Bill Adam ( in charge of the Research Station, then part of Bristol University), Crosse (invited others to St Catharine’s Cottage so presumably lived there), Ernest Greasley, A.W.Swinstead (lived in house now office of St Catharine’s School) & Kittson (chief examiner for languages, spy in WW1, lived at Little Martins)
The papers consist of an ex. government supply notebook containing handwritten essays (no author but probably by Kittson) and several loose pages of meeting minutes.