Tadley WEA Spring Seminars
Have you ever been fascinated by a documentary because the presenter was so good? Do you enjoy meeting people in a setting of shared interest? Do you love learning when you don’t have to take tests? Then our WEA offerings are for you!
The WEA is a volunteer-led, national organization providing adult education in the community. We are especially fortunate to have an active branch delivering excellent classes in Tadley. On offer are one-day seminars and more in-depth weekly courses on a range of subjects. Enrolling in a one-day seminar is a great way to try us out. This spring there are three Friday seminars on offer. All are from 10am – 4pm in the Ambrose Allen Centre in Tadley, RG26 4ER. The £30 fee/seminar includes lunch.
- British Architectural Styles since 1815 with Mike Grundy. April 26th Reference: C3743366
Exploring styles from the 19th century classical/Gothic to the 21st century
- The Art of Trade with Glenis Kerr Elliott. May 3rd Reference: C3742892
Looking at the Silk Road, textiles, gold, jewels, spices, and paintings
- Britain from 55BC to 1066AD – An Archaeological Perspective with Michael Pengelly.
May 24th Reference: C3743945
Learning the impact of Rome, the Dark Ages, the Vikings, and the Norman invasion, with lots of opportunity to handle artefacts.
To enrol please quote the course reference either online at WEA.org.uk or by ringing 0300 303 3464
For further information please ring Jan Smith 01189832251 or firstname.lastname@example.org