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Goldwork Embroidery

Course dates: 03 October 2016 - 07 October 2016

Discover the world of goldwork embroidery and be introduced to a variety of techniques, either through set designs or by developing your own ideas.

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Silver Jewellery Reunion

Course dates: 03 October 2016 - 06 October 2016

For students who have previously attended one of Pauline’s courses. This course is an opportunity to practise and further extend your jewellery making skills.

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Gardening: Plants for Free

Course dates: 03 October 2016 - 06 October 2016

Have you ever wished you could propagate garden plants more successfully? This very rewarding activity requires only basic equipment and provides plenty of plants to adorn your own garden as well as for fundraising plant sales.

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Literature: Jane Austen's 'Emma'

Course dates: 03 October 2016 - 07 October 2016

200 years since 'Emma' was published, this course will consider Jane Austen's employment of disguises and misunderstandings within the novel, and exploring the enigma of Emma's popularity as a heroine. Other sessions will focus on the biographical background to the writing of the novel, the geographical and social setting, the problems facing single women, the intrigues and deceptions practised by some of the characters, and the original style in which the text is written. A day's visit to a relevant Austen location will be included.


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What's in a Word? English Etymology

Course dates: 03 October 2016 - 05 October 2016

The course aims to illustrate the English language through the development of its words. Tracing the antecedents and relatives of words from a dictionary and specialist sources will demonstrate contributions to the modern English vocabulary. The existence, development, and usage of English words will be examined through directed and assisted participant presentations and group discussions. Simple projects and presentations to stimulate group discussion will be an important part of the course. The etymological aspects will not be overly academic and so all that is required is an enquiring mind and a willingness to be delighted at how readable and informative a dictionary and online resources can be.


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