The Norfolk landscape is the subject of a new course being set up by the Workers’ Educational Association at Lynn.
There are seven two-hour sessions planned, starting at 10am on Thursday, January 21, at the Friends’ Meeting House in Bridge Street, Lynn, and continuing on Thursday mornings.
Chad Goodwin is the tutor and, in a preview to the course, the WEA say: “The Norfolk landscape today shows a complex pattern of natural and man-made features.
“Each period of our history has left its mark – how did this evolve and how do we interpret it?”
The fee for the full course is £45, but if you are unsure whether to attend, the WEA invite you to go along to the first lecture as a taster before deciding; for further information contact Pam Kirby on 01553 776632.
The Lynn branch Learning Circle also has a monthly discussion group, meeting on the fourth Tuesday of the month from 10.30-11.30am, once again at the Friends’ Meeting House.
Topics suggested by group members will be discussed and the date for the first meeting is Tuesday, January 26. These sessions are free and for more information call Cliff Smalley on 01553 775184.