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Keeping Older People Healthy and Socially Active: an update.

Further contact has taken place with Trent University and Nottingham Branch after the 23 July meeting with Chris Ring following the release of a draft course for anyone reaching retirement age who are looking for new opportunities to contribute to our ageing society and want and need new skills to grasp them. 119 more words

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Inaugural Talk

An Inaugural Talk as part of our new academic year has been organised by WEA Nottingham Branch under the amusing title “Trig Point Charlie” presented by one of the areas leading speakers, Alastair Clark at New Mechanics at 7.30pm on Thursday 25 September 2014. 182 more words

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WEA New Branding

Hopefully you are all now aware that the WEA has been re-branded during the summer. You will start seeing the logo above on your course documents, contracts and in any correspondence that you have with the WEA. 73 more words


All that jazz!!??

Join Chris Searle a jazz critic and educationalist for a fascinating insight into the history of jazz.

Chris is the author of several books on jazz including Red Groove. 60 more words

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Foraging in Nottingham: Update

This workshop has been progressed further by Nikki Cleaver, as follows :-

Course – A foraging workshop in Bramcote Park

Tutor – Sally Cunningham

Fee – to be decided… 41 more words

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Foraging in Nottingham

As previously mentioned, Nikki Cleaver our Tutor Organiser, has a provisional agreement with Sally Cunningham a tutor in WEA Leicester to introduce a Foraging Workshop on Saturday 27 September 2014 at Bramcote Park Nottingham. 117 more words

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Keeping Older People Healthy and Socially Active

Chris Clark, Chair of WEA Nottingham Branch, today, 23 July 2014, met another Chris, Chris Ring, Senior Lecturer in Social Work and Professional Practice of Trent University to explore the demand and need for continuing education for older adults seeking a more active role in creating an “age friendly” society; a “good society”. 238 more words

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