- Created on Wednesday, 04 August 2010 09:24
Adult & Community Learning in Torquay have entered a giant pair of yellow sunglasses into this years Art Trail, where sculptures are on display along Teignmouth sea front and at the Ness Hotel in Shaldon throughout the summer.
The piece is made, almost completely, of recycled materials, including two old windows discarded from the demolition of the old Torquay Community College. It was created b
- Created on Tuesday, 31 August 2010 15:05
To celebrate Agatha Christie Week, the Brixham Adult and Community Learning (ACL) Department are offering a one day workshop on Tuesday 14th September from 10am to 4pm. The event is aimed at would be crime writers who wish to discover how Agatha Christie’s life influenced and illuminated her work.
Tutor, Gail Tucker said “This is the chance to look at how Agatha Christie found her characters a
- Created on Wednesday, 15 September 2010 08:28
Jenny Harriman, the Head of Adult & Community Learning (ACL) at Brixham, decided that she would like to abseil off Berry Head to celebrate her 60th birthday. She had been talked into doing this for the Brixham Skate and Ride group over a decade ago when helping them raise funds for their skate and BMX park.
Jenny said” My Dad was ill with Prostate cancer for the best part of year and it brought i
- Created on Friday, 24 September 2010 13:06
Dr Sarah Wollaston MP visited Brixham Adult & Community Learning Centre this week to meet members of ACE and talk to participants in No Pressure Pottery. This group were delighted to have their photo taken and posted immediately on Sarah Wollaston’s Flickr site. See it at:
Jenny Harriman showed Dr Wollaston
- Created on Thursday, 14 October 2010 14:08
At the end of last term our Stepping Out Arts & Crafts class (for learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities) worked hard to produce an amazing sculpture entitled “The Future’s so Bright…..!” This was on display throughout the summer at this year’s Art Trail at Teignmouth. For further details on this annual event view the website on www.trail.org.uk
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