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WEA Grantham Branch - About Us


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Venue: Various course locations

Information:
The WEA is a national charity whose purpose is to interest people in their own continued education. There are WEA branches throughout Lincolnshire - a branch consists of the members of classes in an area who elect a committee to arrange courses according to their needs and interests. As a WEA student you can help organising a branch programme, along with other events which help give the WEA its unique flavour.

Registered Charity No. 314001

Meetings Information:
Brief Course Listing:

Plan Your Own Garden Makeover
5 meetings / Tues 7-9pm
St. Mary's RC Hall, Barrowby Road
Starts 12/4/05

Beginners Bridge: Moving On
6 Meetings / Weds 2-3.30pm
St. Mary's RC Hall, Barrowby Road
Begins 13/04/05

Poetry: From Here to Eternity
6 meetings / Thurs 10.15-11.45am
St. Mary's RC Hall, Barrowby Road
Begins 14/04/05

Art Gallery Visits
6 meetings / Thurs 2-4pm
St. Mary's RC Hall, Barrowby Road and various.
Begins 21/04/05

Nineteenth Century Russian Music: The Mighty Five
5 meetings / Fri 10.45am-12.45pm
Grantham Museum, St Peter's Hill
Begins 22/04/05

For a full listing of courses in Grantham please click here.

Membership Information:
Enrol by telephone on 01476 567 463 or enrol at your first class.

Concessions and assistance with fees are available.

Contact: Janet Clark

Telephone : 01476 567463

Website: http://www.wea.org.uk/

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Last updated : 01/04/2005 10:22:41