Branch: BRIGHTLINGSEA

Secretary: Angela Wilson
Telephone: 01206 303551
Email: angiewilson1@btinternet.com
Website: N/A

Branch News

WELCOME TO BRIGHTLINGSEA WEA WEBPAGE

We are a friendly WEA group which meets at the Parish Hall, Brightlingsea CO7 0BP

on Tuesday mornings.

We run two courses per year in the autumn and spring terms.

We also have social events such as a group lunch and summer coffee mornings.

Our current course From Page to Screen - Adapting Literature for the Movies is now in full swing with tutor Stephen Poulter. Once again we have over 30 people in the class, including some first-time WEA attendees.

 

Following on from Graham Platt's wonderful Chaucer course last Spring, Sue, our wonderful social secretary, arranged a 'Chaucer walk' for us in April. Led by our knowledgeable guide, Tina, we visited many spots in and around the City of London associated with Chaucer and his pilgrims. Here we are outside Leadenhall Market

In April we held our end-of-term lunch at a local hostelry and were delighted to welcome tutor Graham Platt and his wife as our guests. This was a very social occasion enjoyed by the 35 attendees!

Our summer coffee mornings were very popular as usual and we were pleased to welcome our new tutor Stephen Poulter to the August event. Thanks to all who hosted for your hospitality.

2018/19 Courses

  September 2018 - From Page to Screen - Adapting Literature for the Movies, tutor Stephen Poulter (please note this replaces the previously advertised 'Art in East Anglia' course)

January 2019 - Imperial China, Land and People, tutor David Prynn

        

For further information about our WEA branch, please contact our secretary Angela Wilson

angiewilson1@btinternet.com

Tel: 01206-303551

Or follow us on Twitter!   @BrghtlngseaWEA

Our latest newsletter WEA Newsletter May 2018

Link to latest committee minutes Minutes 15th May 2018

AGM, March 2018 AGM 2018 minutes

2018/19 Courses


Course Title: Imperial China: Land and People
Course Number: C2225604
Course Description: Gain an introduction to China's natural environment, great dynasties, and the contribution of Chinese civilization to world culture in terms of art, inventions, thought, belief and development of a centralised state.
Tutor: David Prynn
Venue: Brightlingsea Parish Hall, Victoria Place, Brightlingsea, CO7 0BP
Day Of Week: Tue
Start Time: 10:00
Duration: 1.50 hrs
Date: 15/01/19
No. of Weeks: 10
Fee: £54.75
Contact: Angela Wilson
Telephone: 01206 303551
Email: angiewilson1@btinternet.com