The WEA is run in Orford by volunteers, using professional lecturers to provide stimulating courses for adults here in Orford.

Suffolk has 17 WEA branches. They offer a wide range of 'liberal adult education' subjects. You don't need any previous knowledge or qualifications to join most of our courses, only a willingness to share with others your curiosity, ideas and experience.

New WEA courses for 2017/18
A new course starts on 18th September at Orford Town Hall and runs for 10 weeks on Monday afternoons from 2.00pm - 3.30pm
"Adventures in Philosophy"  Tutor  Susan Pine  Cost £54.00
For more details and enrolment go to the following address:
Course fees may be waived subject to circumstances. See website for more details.

Local contact:

Elisabeth Cooper  01394 450934

Daphne Gardner  01394 450955

The Workers’ Educational Association - also known as the WEA - is the UK’s largest voluntary- sector provider of adult education. It was founded in 1903, in order to support the educational needs of working men and women who could not afford to access further or higher education.

Today it provides courses for all kinds of adults but maintains its special mission to provide educational opportunities to adults facing social and economic disadvantage.

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