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Wide Choice Of Courses, Talks, Trips And Activities In Guildford Institute’s Spring Programme

Published on: 11 Dec, 2012
Updated on: 11 Dec, 2012

The Guildford Institute is a social and cultural community hub, ideally located on Ward Street in the heart of the town. Its spring programme is out now, offering a diverse range of talks, courses, trips and activities.

Highlights include its programme of Young Musicians’ Recitals which take place on occasional Tuesday evenings and showcase an array of budding local musical talent. Admission is free and there is no need to book.

The Guildford Institute in Ward Street. Pick up a copy of its spring programme brochure now.

In March there will be two special events taking place – the first on Thursday, March 7, is a talk on the Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice, which celebrates the bicentenary of its publication in 2013. Then on Thursday, March 21, sees the institute’s joint annual lecture with The Guildford Society which this year will be given by the Lord Lieutenant of Surrey, Dame Sarah Goad.

The spring courses cover a wide range of subjects from philosophy, languages, art history, politics, and, new for 2013, heritage and local history which will be tutored by The Guildford Dragon’s David Rose.

Many of the events are booking up fast so to order a brochure or for more information call 01483 562142, or e-mail Alternatively visit the Guildford Institute’s website at

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