Branch: FELSTED

Telephone: 01371 704796
Email: felsted.branch@wea.ac.uk
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Branch News

Autumn Courses 2020

Our 2 courses will be delivered LIVE and ON-LINE!

"WORLD MUSIC - We've got the Power"

with Bill Tamblyn

10 Monday evenings from 21st September 2020, 7.30 - 9PM

WEA Course Code: C2227502   Course Fee: £48

View C2227502 Course Outline

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"Medieval Festivities and Entertainments"

with Kate Jewell

10 Thursday mornings from 24th September 2020, 9 - 10.30am

WEA Course Code: C2227503   Course Fee: £48

View C2227503 Course Outline

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Further information
On-line access information will be posted here when it is published.
Felsted WEA:        01371 704796                      felsted.branch@wea.ac.uk

Alternatively contact the WEA Support Team on 0300 303 3464, quoting Felsted branch and the Course Codes above.

Spring Courses 2021 - advance notice.

The Monarchy from 1485 - with Roger Cook

Arts and Crafts Gardens - with Andrew Sankey

 


 


 

If you are interested in a course and would like to ask for more details, you can contact the Branch by phone or email as detailed above. Alternatively you can access the National WEA website.
If a course is listed below by clicking on “Book Now” you can book directly as well as seeing a more detailed description of the course, prepared by the Course Tutor. (You will need to provide debit or credit card details). If you are having difficulties booking, Central Support Team on 0300 303 3464, can allow you to book as well.


2020/21 Courses


Course Title: Plants, Politics and Economics
Course Number: C2227780
Course Description: Plants have, over history, had a significant cultural, economic and political impact. In this course we will look at ten different plants and see how the development and use of them has influenced economic and political development. We depend on plants to provide basic human needs such as food, clothing, shelter and even health care, but they are also important raw materials for a broad range of industrial processes. Historically it could be argued that the development of plants has had a more significant impact on society and economic development than most wars and revolutions. The use, and some would say, exploitation of plants provides us with a window on the economic development of society over time.
Tutor: Andrew Beharrell
Venue: Felsted Branch - online
Day Of Week: Monday
Start Time: 19:30
Duration: 0.00 hrs
Date: 11/01/21
No. of Weeks: 10
Fee: £64.00
Contact: Felsted Branch
Telephone: 01371 704796
Email: felsted.branch@wea.

Course Title: Monarchy, the story of the English crown from 1485 to the twentieth century
Course Number: C2227779
Course Description: From the fifteenth century to the present day the English (later British) monarchy has taken many different forms, some very successful, some quite disastrous. This course considers each monarch's work against the challenges and opportunities of their own time and asks what kind of monarchy it was as well as how successful. In so doing we will gain a particular insight into the issues and history of the time within which each monarch operated.
Tutor: Roger Cook
Venue: On-line
Day Of Week: Thursday
Start Time: 00:00
Duration: 2.00 hrs
Date: 14/01/21
No. of Weeks: 10
Fee: £64.00
Contact: Felsted Branch
Telephone: 01371 704796
Email: felsted.branch@wea.