Lessons from 500 years of utopian & dystopian ideas
A Day School about the Big Questions
How we work, how we live, how we relate to each other – all these big questions are connected to the biggest question of them all, how should our society be organised?
with Dr. Henry Tam
Cambridgeshire WEA has launched its new Facebook page at
Current WEA Deputy President, Lynne Smith, is set to become President of the Association following an all member vote. WEA Ambassador, Paul Simpson, was the other candidate in the election.
Lynne will take over the presedency after Colin Barnes completes his final term as President at WEA Conference 16.
Today we have launched our new Digital News Hub, where you can see Twitter feeds and YouTube Videos from both the National WEA (@WEAAdulted) & The WEA Eastern Region (@WEAEastern) and now as well our own Twitter feed at @WEACambsFed
On the new Cambridgeshire WEA Federation Website each of Cambridgeshire's 25 WEA branches for the first time gets its own webpage to promote its courses, dayschools, coffee mornings and any other event
The WEA Cambridgeshire Federation is the county voluntary organisation which supports and represents the interests of WEA branches and students in Cambridgeshire. It also plans and organises educational events throughout the year, for WEA branch members and the general public, such as Day Schools and Learning Circles.