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    Royal Gardens - Workers Educational Association - WEA - Cambridgeshire
    Where:
    Claret Centre, Buckden Towers, High Street, Buckden, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE19 5TA
    When
    Tuesday 10:00-11:30
    Duration
    6 weeks (Starts 29 April 2014)
    Price
    £27.50
    Description
    A look at five of England`s fabulous royal gardens to see how they set the fashion that others followed and how they have shaped the development of the English garden. We`ll be looking at Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace, Sandringham & Kew.
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    East Anglian Artists - Workers Educational Association - WEA - Cambridgeshire
    Where:
    The Museum of Cambridge, 2/3, Castle Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB3 0AQ
    When
    Friday 10:45-12:45
    Duration
    5 weeks (Starts 25 April 2014)
    Price
    £31.00
    Description
    The twentieth century and its art were dominated by two world wars. Artists of all nations including many from East Anglia, such as Edward Bawden, John Piper and Stanley Spencer, took war as the subject of their art. This course will explain the connection between war and art paying particular att...
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    Themes in Art - Workers Educational Association - WEA - Cambridgeshire
    Where:
    Royal British Legion - Cottenham, 121, High Street, Cottenham, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB24 8SD
    When
    Tuesday 10:00-12:00
    Duration
    5 weeks (Starts 22 April 2014)
    Price
    £30.20
    Description
    Paintings and sculpture selected to illustrate various subjects which have engaged artists throughout history
  • Course:
    Gorgeous Georgians - Workers Educational Association - WEA - Cambridgeshire
    Where:
    St Ivo School, High Leys, St Ives, Cambridgeshire, PE27 6RR
    When
    Thursday 10:00-12:00
    Duration
    7 weeks (Starts 17 April 2014)
    Price
    £42.28
    Description
    Using a wide range of biographical accounts, journals and original documents, we chart changing attitudes and new ideas in society and government from George I to Queen Victoria.

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