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Using the Cambridge Latin Course Book One, which introduces Latin through the medium of light hearted stories, this course is aimed at those with no, or long-forgotten, knowledge of the language. N.B.  This is a new group, repeating the Spring More details …

Climate Change If you’re one of the many who don’t understand where our energy comes from, how we consume it, what ‘two degrees of warming’ means, or what climate change is about, this course is for you! A simple back-to-basics, with More details …

Novels of 1952 Had there been a major prize in 1952, which of these three novels would you have awarded it to? The Village by Marghanita Laski, The Far Country by Nevil Shute and Excellent Women by Barbara Pym. We’ll More details …

Hollywood and Politics An account of how Hollywood has portrayed the world of politics and responded to political issues. Included will be reference to the Depression/New Deal and the Cold War/McCarthyism. John Raisbeck More details …

The Other Brontë Girl. This course will concentrate on the often neglected Brontë sister Anne. Her two novels The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and Agnes Grey provide fascinating accounts of the lives of women facing the challenges of a patriarchal More details …