ARCHERY BEGINNERS CODE: 113 Mon 18.00-19.30 10 sessions, 3 terms.

Full fee £.82.50 per term no concessions

please note Autumn half term break at this venue is 2 weeks and classes finish week beginning December 9th

Tutor: Andy Gardiner

As a child did you watch old cowboy or historical movies, then go outside to make your own bow and arrow to play with? From beginner to those with a little experience we offer the chance to learn basic skills, make improvements in technique and skill, in a relaxed atmosphere. Through instruction and games you can learn about safety, how to shoot, first bare bow (without sights,) and then with sights when ready. Learn how to stand correctly; begin shooting a set of arrows so that they all form a group on the target, then how to change sighting to get the set all around the bullseye. Starting with lightweight bows and short distances, as you improve there will be opportunities to try stronger bows, longer shooting distances and smaller targets. Throughout the sessions you will also learn of some of the history of archery, how to select appropriate equipment and where to buy it! Most of all come along and have fun trying a new sport suitable for everyone!


ARCHERY - ADVANCED CODE: 114 Mon 19.45- 21.30 10 sessions, 3 terms.

please note Autumn half term break at this venue is 2 weeks and classes finish week beginning December 9th

Tutor: Andy Gardiner

This ongoing class is currently full, but if interested please do add your name to the wait list.


AUTHENTIC FRENCH COOKING Les recettes de ma Grand-mère CODE: 115 Mon monthly 18.30-21.00

Autumn Term (4 sessions): Sept 23rd Oct 14th, Nov 18th, Dec 9th

Fee £65.00 (Includes Ingredients) no Concessions Tutor: Catherine Godet

Prompted by the success of her cooking workshops, Catherine now offers a short course based on her grandmother’s recipes. Each monthly session will transport you to a different region of France as you learn to cook poulet à l’estragon (vegetarian version available), tarte tatin, quiche au fromage de chèvre or bûche de Noel. Participants will develop their culinary skills to become more confident cooking from scratch at home.

This step-by-step practical course takes place in an informal, fun and supportive environment where participants will learn about the French way of life, culture and maybe language. Please bring a sharp knife and an apron to sessions and let us take care of the rest!


DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CODE: 116 Mon 19.00-21.00 10 sessions

Full fee £110.00, 60+ £104.60, benefit £77.00

please note Autumn half term break at this venue is 2 weeks and classes finish week beginning December 9th

Tutor: Rob Spray

Still frustrated with your digital camera? Whether you’re a stranger to your SLR or worried by your compact here’s a chance to make friends with it! Starting with understanding what your own camera offers and then going on to work on the principles of photography for fun, art or maybe income. This course will boost your camera confidence, setting weekly tasks to reinforce each session.