London Region Summer School
23rd, 24th & 25th July 2019
This will take place at St. Bride Foundation, Bride Lane, Fleet Street,
London EC4Y 8EQ. This is 5 minutes from Blackfriars underground station.
There are many excellent choices still available but book now to avoid
disappointment! There is a wide range of topics taken from the themes of
Art, Current Affairs, History, Literature, Music, Science and Travel. This year
we have also selected Celebration of the Sea as a general theme. Choose
from 28 different talks, 4 workshops, and 6 guided walks around the City of
This is non-residential and attendance can be for one, two or three days at a
cost of £38 per day. Refreshments and a cold buffet lunch are included.
Programme and applications are available via the Events page of the
London Region website: http://u3asites.org.uk/london-region/events and
through individual U3As. You can book online or use a postal application
If you have any queries, please contact Chris Feldman either on email
email@example.com or by phone 020 8449 4847.
Anyone fascinated by the Arts & Craft Movement may be interested in
visiting Emery Walker’s House at 7 Hammersmith Terrace in London. Emery
Walker was a key member of the Arts & Craft Movement, close friend and
advisor of William Morris, and an inspirational force behind the private press
movement of the 1890s and early 20th century. The house is an atmospheric
time capsule packed with Arts & Crafts treasures including the world’s
largest collection of hand blocked Morris & Co. wallpapers in situ. The house
is open from March to November and offers group tours on days other than
Thursdays and Saturdays (when it is open to the public). Tours last just over
an hour and are led by guides who accompany visitors through all of the main
rooms and - weather permitting - the garden.
Phone 020 8741 4104 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more
information, or visit their website at https://www.emerywalker.org.uk/.