Now that autumn is here with winds and rain it is time for the new term of WEA local history classes to begin.
I teach three classes - one in Howden, one in Eastrington and one in Goole. All three classes have been running for some years and are very friendly. You don't need any experience and you won't be asked to do written work but you do need to be interested in the area where you live.
The class at Howden starts on Monday afternoon, 19th September at 1.30 pm and is held in the meeting room above the East Riding Customer Services building in Howden. This term we shall be looking at the history of the town and studying some original documents. There are frequent Powerpoint shows of local pictures.
The class at Eastrington starts on Tuesday afternoon Sept 20th in Eastrington Village Hall, again at 1.30pm and will look at Eastrington and other villages. Again there will be Powerpoint presentations about the villages.
The Goole class meets in the Ilkeston Ave Community centre at 10am on Thursday 22nd Sept and this term we are looking at the industries of Goole.
The fees are £55 per term [ 10 classes] and £3 for claimants. You can come to the first class and see whether you like it before joining.
Do contact me if you would like more information.