Updated: 17 March 2018
We held the AGM for the WEA Holbrook Branch on 6th March 2018 and decided to continue with WEA activities in Holbrook through becoming a Student Group. This is a more informal arrangement than a Branch, run by a team of volunteers with the administration of the Group being organised centrally and by the local WEA Office in Derby.
We currently have 8 Student Group Volunteers - athough it would be good to have more Holbrook residents to maintain a local focus. Please contact the Group via firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in helping and providing ideas for new courses - you can commit as much or little time as you wish. We are keen to put on events and courses that appeal to a variety of adult age groups.
1. From Rufus to Richard: The Murdered Monarchs of England - a lecture by Mark Barnard
When and Where: Tuesday 2nd July 2019 10am -12 noon at Holbrook Moor Methodist Church.
In 1100, the universally loathed son of William the Conqueror, William Rufus, was killed by an arrow whilst hunting. Along with the Princes in the Tower, this talk discusses the controversies surrounding the deaths of three other English monarchs and asks why their murderers have never been brought to book.
Fee - £7.70 (refreshments will be provided)
Enrol online at wea.org.uk or phone 0300 303 3464. Enrolment is currently taking place.
For further general information on any of the above, please telephone the
WEA Derby Office on 01332 291805