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What's in a Word? English Etymology

Course dates: 06 October 2014 - 08 October 2014

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 be essentially non-academic and so all that is required is an enquiring mind and a willingness to be delighted at how readable and informative a dictionary can be.


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An Introduction to Computers for the Absolute Beginner

Course dates: 08 October 2014 - 10 October 2014

This course will demystify basic computer terminology, providing an opportunity to learn and understand the basic functions of the computer mouse and keyboard.

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Downton Abbey and Basildon Park: A Course for Downton Enthusiasts

Course dates: 13 October 2014 - 15 October 2014

This course gives you a chance to look in more depth at the characters and themes of this hugely successful production. A highlight of the course on the second day will be a visit to Basildon Park, a popular film location for period dramas. Basildon Park was used for the Crawley’s London town house in the Downton Christmas Special in 2013.

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Julie Summers: Literary Lunch

Course date: 14 October 2014

Come to Denman for a literary lunch with the fabulous Julie Summers, author of 'Jambusters: Stories from the Women’s Institute in the Second World War', which former NFWI Chair Helen Carey described as 'a revelation'. Learn all about the history of the WI and wow your fellow members with your knowledge during next year's centenary celebrations. Julie has been working for nearly ten years on the effect of the Second World War on women in Britain. In this talk she will speak first about the dramatic impact on women’s lives of the return of 4,500,000 servicemen over 18 months in 1945-46. The second half of the talk will focus on the monumental work of the WI in the Second World War and how they kept the countryside ticking while the men were away. This informative and inspiring day includes morning coffee and pastries on arrival, plus a two-course lunch and a glass of wine.


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Fred and Ginger: Tapping for Tap Dancers

Course dates: 15 October 2014 - 17 October 2014

This course is an excuse for tap dancers to exercise their brand of percussive dancing or revive an old skill to music from the glamorous film years of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

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