Programme 2018 - 19
Friday November 23rd: 2.30pm
Patrick Joel; The Churches Conservation Trust- an introduction to its collection
Patrick has worked with Historic Buildings for the last twenty years and is currently the Volunteer Officer fir the western region of the CCT.
Friday January 18th: 2.20pm
Dr Joy Roderick: The life and Work of Philip Larkin
Joy is well known as an Open University and WEA lecturer, as well as a member of HAAS
Friday February 15th: 2.30pm
Dennis Schiavon: American Roots Music
Dennis is a local musician, singer and actor: in his day job he administers The Music pool, the county's musical charity. He is also a member of the widely travelled Whiskey River Band.
Friday March 15th: 2.30am
Julie Orton-Davies: from Canaries to Poppies 1941-18
Julie is a popular lecturer on local History topics and has made a special study of the Rotherwas Munitions factory.
Friday April 12th: 7.30pm
Professor Allen Fisher; Painters working during two World Wars
After a career in both industry and education, culminating in his present title of Emeritus Professor of Poetry and Art at Manchester Metropolitan University, Allen is a pillar of the WEA History and Art programme and a well known painter.
Friday May 17th
Outing to Ironbridge
Friday June 21st: 7.30pm
Cliff Woollard: the changing landscape of Music Education in Herefordshire
Managing Director of Encore Enterprises and Head of Herefordshire music services, Cliff co-ordinates music activities for young people throughout the county.
Friday July 19th
AGM and Outing