Workers’ Educational Association – WEA

Adult educational courses, for national details www.wea.org.uk, for local/regional details, including courses run in Willingham,

www.wea-eastern.org.uk

Willingham has two courses - Autumn Term and Spring Term. A different course is selected each time. The class takes place on a Monday morning, starting at 10am and finishing at 11.45am, Baptist Church, George Street.

Other local education infomation
Cottenham Village College (www.cvcweb.net)
Swavesey Village College (www.swaveseyvc.co.uk)
Impington Village College, International Sixth Form and Sports Centre (www.impington.cambs.sch.uk) The Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) is the UK’s largest voluntary provider of adult education. Ever since it was founded in 1903, in order to support the educational needs of working men and women, the WEA has maintained its commitment to provide access to education and learning for adults from all backgrounds, and in particular those who have previously missed out on education.

The WEA is one of the UK’s biggest charities, and operates at local, regional and national levels. Nine Regions in England, a Scottish Association and over 450 local Branches make up the WEA’s National Association.

Through these local and regional centers, today’s WEA now runs over 10,000 courses each year, providing learning for more than 110,000 adults of all ages and drawn from all walks of life. Courses are created and delivered in response to local need, often in partnership with local community groups and organisations.

http://www.wea-eastern.org.uk

 

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