The smell of crushed leaves and sharpened pencils are in the air, which means only one thing, autumn term is here. If you too, like to start your year in autumn then we have plenty of courses near you.
To find out what’s on in Derbyshire and Chesterfield download a course brochure or find our display in the entrance of Chesterfield Library. Our courses are filling up fast, so enrol today by following the course link or calling 0300 303 3464.
What’s new in Chesterfield for the Autumn term
You can find all our courses in our new interactive brochure, but we have two new additions this term:
Birding in our local patch
For details of all courses call Stuart at the Chesterfield office on 01246 622249
What’s new in Derby for the Autumn term
Busy in the week? No problem, we have lots of new courses and Saturday workshops
Well being courses
Joan Bush Memorial Lecture
Derby Branch are holding a memorial lecture to commemorate one of our much-loved students, Joan Bush, who sadly passed away last year. Joan was associated with the WEA for many decades and was very enthusiastic about geology.
Paul Nathanail will be giving a talk entitled Social geology: people as geological agents and the ground as friend and foe.
Day: Thursday 27th September
Time: 7pm-8pm for the talk, with refreshments from 6pm.
Venue: WEA, The Mill, Lodge Lane, Derby DE1 3HB
This event is free to anyone who would like to attend, please call the Derby office on 01332 291805 to book a place - this will help us organise catering.