Hagley

Countryside Studies

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The aim of this Group is to visit a variety of countryside sites, mainly nature reserves, to find and see special landscapes and wildlife habitats and their characteristic fauna and flora in due season.

The first year's programme includes a spectacular haymeadow, an ancient woodland in high summer, a collection of dry-stone walling styles at the National Stone Centre, some local nature reserves and Slimbridge at its wildfowl peak in January.

On most occasions a morning walk is followed by a pub or cafe lunch, for longer journeys the timing will be different.

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A Good Read Art Appreciation
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Financial Awareness French
Genealogy History
Jazz Appreciation Language
Latin Medieval Studies
Philosophy-1 Poetry
Science In the News Scrabble
Textual Analysis Walking (short)
Weekend Studio 1