Autumn Learning with the WEA…

Autumn at Lincoln Cathedral

Lincoln Cathedral in autumn.

You will have almost certainly  noticed the summer is long gone and the weather has turned!

However you feel about this, it can be all too easy to stay indoors when the darker mornings and earlier nights come around.

Inactivity, both mental and physical over the winter months can affect your mood and health, and in extreme cases can contribute towards Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) . For more information on this click here.

One way to beat the feelings of gloominess can be to enrol on a new course of learning with the WEA . The autumn term is now in full swing with a range of courses being offered throughout the Lincolnshire area.

Whilst many autumn courses are now well underway we still have a few places on new courses. We are  currently offering a Christmas craft course at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Burton Road, Lincoln to get you in the festive mood.

The course begins on Thursday, November 10th 2016.

For further details see our previous blog post Create a Crafty Christmas with Lincoln WEA!

As we write behind the scenes the WEA staff are busy finalising plans for our new brochure advertising the Spring 2017 courses which will be emailed or mailed out to all students who wish to recieve it.

So there is still plenty to look forward to as the nights draw in!

Attention readers!

What are your learning plans for Autumn? 

how do you beat the winter gloom and keep active?

What are you currently learning and/ or doing on your WEA course?

We would love to hear from you!

Please contact us and let us know in the comments section!


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