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WEA Poetry Course

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Day school: Hughes and Heaney
– A Poetic relationship

A Dayschool suitable for all
those interested in poetry and its appreciation. We shall explore some poetic
connections between the works of Hughes and Heaney, the friendship, influences
and differences between the two poets.

Venue: St Andrew’s Church
Hall, Hampton Pier Avenue, Herne Bay CT6 8DY

Tutor: Jane Ireson

Time: Saturday 23rd March
2013, 10.30am to 3.30pm

Fee: £20.00 (Cost includes
morning coffee, light lunch and afternoon tea. Please book in advance.)

This course is currently
enrolling. For further information, or to book your place, please contact:

Phil Rose, WEA Branch
Secretary

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