WTM Herefordshire


The WTM Herefordshire Centre joins Centres all around the world — across the United Kingdom, Europe, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and South America — that have been established to ensure Jeremy Griffith’s all-important breakthrough understanding of the human condition receives international recognition and support.

The Centre’s founder, Beth Williamson, holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Education and for over 10 years taught English to 11-18 year olds. After becoming a mother, Beth forged a career in the environmental sector and was a local councillor.

Beth, her husband and their two children enjoy exploring the exceptional beauty of the natural world in Herefordshire and surrounding areas.

Beth reading Jeremy Griffith's book 'FREEDOM'
Beth with a child in a carrier on her back walking along a bush track toward some water
Beth smiling looking at 2 small children sitting on a rock beside a waterfall

Above: A joyous meeting of the WTM’s pioneering UK members, at the home of Yvonne Hayes, founder of WTM Preston (top row, right), including (also standing) Warren Smith (founder, WTM Oxford), Roz Bachl (founder, WTM Hertfordshire) and (seated) Claire Wilkie (founder, WTM Kent), Beth Williamson, Karen Boon (founder, WTM Staffordshire) and Jack Soden.

“This information is fully accountable and answers every question I have ever had about myself and the world. Understanding the root cause of human suffering is the only way to end it and bring meaning to our lives. This is not dogma or feel good ideology, it is the truth. And as Pierre Teilhard de Chardin said, ‘The Truth has to only appear once…for it to be impossible for anything ever to prevent it from spreading universally and setting everything ablaze.”

Beth Williamson