Lancaster & Morecambe

Further Learning

FURTHER LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

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Workshops

Two Workshops in November that you may consider interesting are to be found on the posters pictured on the right. Double-click on the images to see the details.

Senior Learners Continuing Learning Group (CLG)
Lancaster University Continuing Learning group (Senior Learners) aims to provide a link to academic life on the University Campus. In term time it holds a weekly talk and discussion, on Wednesdays in Fylde Lecture Theatre No 3. It can also arrange access to some university resources and courses. (Please note that right now it is currently restricted to on Line Zoom meetings). No Membership is required and all are welcome at any time.

Music/Dance
Halle
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
Royal Opera House & Royal Ballet
Birmingham Royal Ballet
Barbican

Theatre
The National Theatre of Scotland
The Globe Theatre
Royal Shakespeare Company
Bristol Old Vic

Talks
Morecambe Bay Partnership
Lancaster University Public Lectures
North-West Region U3A Upcoming Events
The National Archives

Lancashire Libraries online services
Members of Lancashire County Libraries can obtain online access to read a wide range of newspapers and magazines, as well as ebooks and audio books. Virtually all daily newspapers are available and many of the magazines that you might see in the shops. The choice includes foreign newspapers and magazines which can be translated by the website. You can have a look at on the Lancashire Libraries Digital Library page