There are many opportunities for learning in Wivenhoe. This page attempts to highlight those opportunities. The information is as complete, up to date and accurate as possible. Please with any additions and updates.
Essex University Open Language Programme. Learning a language (from beginners to advanced levels) via the The Open Language Programme. Offered at Wivenhoe Park by the University of Essex. Day-time classes starting at the beginning of October.
The link to the Open Language Programme is http://www.essex.ac.uk/lang/open_language/home.shtm
Workers Education Association (WEA) arrange a course each Spring and Autumn for adults to attend. The Autumn 2006 course is about The English Civil War. See their home page in the Wivenhoe Encyclopedia – click here
Creative Writing for Beginners at The Wivenhoe Bookshop starting 25th September 2009 – click here
For the latest course run by Dr Alan Collett, click here
The University of the Third Age (U3A) has several sections in Wivenhoe. Look for their entry in the Organisations list, click here
Learn to dance with the Colne Bank School of Dancing. Regular classes for those who are reasonably young and fit. See their entry in the Organisations list – click here
There are several Sports Clubs in Wivenhoe, click here for the list of clubs and contact details if you are interested in Sailing, Bowls, Cricket, Football, Badminton, Tennis and indoor Short Mat Bowls
For nautical and boat-building skills, check out the fantastic Nottage Maritime Institute on the Quay – click here
There are also lots of fitness and dance groups of different types which meet in the William Loveless Hall and elsewhere – Click here
For details of Art classes, music lessons and even storytelling tutors, click here
The Adult Community College, more popularly known as Greyfriars has now closed but Adult Community Learning Essex offers a wide range of part-time day and evening courses at local Centres across the area. To see what courses are available click on the following link: www.essex.gov.uk/adultlearning