Easter is nearly here and it's time to start making summer plans. You could stick with the old and familiar or perhaps try something new. We have quite a selection for the summer term, including some fascinating one day workshops. Paul's Day School will introduce us to Great Women Artists and tell us why we've never heard of them. Steven is back with another one day Linocuts workshop and Ingrid is doing a 'well-being' workshop called 'How To Feel Better'; which will help you take steps towards psychological well-being.
All the regular language classes are back for 5 weeks as well as the whole range of other options from 4 week (Basketry) to 10 week courses (Yoga, Dance, Wood Engraving, Meditation, Art, Life Drawing). Academics do it differently, so Woody is offering 'Writing the World - International Short Stories' over 7 weeks. Due to popular demand Philip will continue with Greek Myths and Latin for 5 weeks. I don't think we've ever had such a varied programme for the summer and there has to be something there to make everyone happy. The Cheese & Grain box office is taking bookings now so take a trip into town or book online.