|Charles Wilfrid Tregenza (1891-1974)|
|Charles Wilfrid Tregenza - working with the FAU, but not yet a Quaker Friend, still a Methodist|
|The Butler Education Act of 1944 laid the social foundations for the young even before the Second World War was over - this was a nation looking to the future with optimism and hope.|
On retirement, Charles Wilfrid Tregenza was awarded a CBE. He returned to his native Cornwall, living first at St Just and later at Heamoor, near Penzance, in Holly Cottage in the village of Madron where he worked on the genealogy of the Tregenza family and created a collection of archival material. He was a founder member of the Penzance and District Christian Council and became very active in several Old Cornwall Societies as well as Marazion Friends Meeting. He died on the 10 April 1974 in Holly Cottage, Madron, Penzance.
|The Centenary Exhibition in the Marazion Meeting House - 2014|