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The Guildford Institute Releases Details of Spring 2017 Programme

Published on: 27 Nov, 2016
Updated on: 27 Nov, 2016

guildford-institute-springAre you looking to try something new next year? The Guildford Institute in Ward Street has a range of adult education courses to suit all interests.

Its spring 2017 course programme covers a variety of topics including art and crafts, how to research your family history, yoga, flower arranging, languages and science.

Ever wondered how to make sushi? Sushi is increasingly popular and is easy to make at home. Find out for yourself with food writer and local author Sam Gates, at a fun sushi roll lesson.

Guildford Dragon NEWS’ own David Rose will also be presenting four aspects of Guildford’s recent history with plenty of vintage images as part of the course programme.

The Guildford Institute also has a packed schedule of special events, talks, visits and hosts a variety of clubs and societies.

From 6.30pm to 8.30pm on Thursday, January 26, Irene Luna will host the Guildford Institute Burns Night Supper. Enjoy a feast of haggis, neeps and tatties, cranachan and a wee dram.

The Wednesday afternoon talks programme continues, with 11 talks taking place between 2.45pm and 3.45pm. Talks are free and must be booked in advance.

Highlights of the spring term will include coach trips to Chichester Cathedral and Fishbourne’s Roman Palace and Russell-Cotes Art Gallery, Museum and Garden in Bournemouth. There will also be “make your own way” visits to Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and the Royal Hospital Chelsea, home to the Chelsea Pensioners.

For details of the Institute’s spring programme, order a free copy of their brochure by calling 01483 562142 or visit

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