Posted on Friday, 13 February 2015 at 9am
by Lindsey Fraser. See more of my posts here.
We are busy organising our fifth year of Spring into Summer short courses and events. Starting the week beginning the 8th of June, our 2015 programme includes a range of events and learning-for-pleasure courses and workshops in creative writing, culture, languages, literature, religion and personal development. In conjunction with departments around the University, we will have a range of free seminars looking at some of the issues of the day such as fracking and payday loans. Following on from last year’s successful Women and the First World War event, one of our seminars will look at the extraordinary life and death of Edith Cavell.
This programme is part of the Lifelong Learning Centre’s public engagement programme. Our aim is to encourage a passion for lifelong learning by organising an interesting programme with low fees and free events to attract adult of all ages.
Come and join us for a relaxed and sociable way to develop your interests and increase your knowledge. For further information keep checking our Spring into Summer page.
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