A powerful feature of the Summer School is the ever changing course programme that is refreshed and developed annually. This year is no exception with many tutors old and new offering a wide range of titles to run alongside our traditional favourites.
As always our aim is to maintain the breadth, diversity and quality of the course range available to customers, providing maximum choice across the mornings and afternoons in each of the three weeks. Courses run from Monday until Friday and offer flexibility in choice between a full day, two half days or simply coming for the mornings or afternoons alone.
The scope and breadth of the courses is unusually wide and designed to satisfy all ages, interests and abilities and it is because we offer so much to so many that we boast a programme that truly has "Something for Everyone".
Abstract Art Class with Angela Corben (1 of 18)
Watercolour Painting with Claire Warner (2 of 18)
Wood Carving with Richard Janes (3 of 18)
Starting a Smallholding with Sid Vincent (4 of 18)
Singing for Pleasure Course (5 of 18)
Japanese Cookery (6 of 18)
Introduction to Triathlon (7 of 18)
An Introduction to Dog Agility (8 of 18)
Calligraphy (9 of 18)
Computing (10 of 18)
English as a Foreign Language group visit Avebury (11 of 18)
Guitar with Brooks Williams (12 of 18)
Learning the Piano (13 of 18)
Making a Stained Glass Panel with Jeannette Therrien (14 of 18)
On Target (15 of 18)
Sculpture: Life-Size Portrait Heads (16 of 18)
Top and Toe Massage (17 of 18)
Willow Sculpture (18 of 18)