Summer is still toying with us but it looks like people are already thinking of autumn activities and what to do as the days get shorter. If you have just come back from holiday - or never got away - pick up a brochure or browse through the website to see some of the delights we have on offer for the autumn term.
Greek Myths are selling well - who'd have thought it? And Latin is not far behind; it's not just getting to grips with some of the language but Roman civilization itself and its effect on our language and culture. Woody's Japanese literature in English is also proving popular and, of course, Paul's Art History lectures: The Art of Russian Modernism. Take care, he is starting earlier in September on Friday 11th. To complement that we have Russian for beginners. We have really gone all out for culture this year.
All the other languages are there too and we have some new art/crafts this year along with the regulars: both Wood Engraving and Textiles have limited spaces and and look like they will be lots of fun. Basketry is back on Tuesday mornings and new art tutor, Joss, will help you through the fundamentals of Drawing and Painting.
What with Dance, Yoga and a new Meditation class alongside Communicating with Confidence and Ukulele there's plenty to cheer you up and make you happy.