Autumn Courses 2023
Aldeburgh Library Foundation (ALF) presents another full and varied programme for you to enjoy. The timetable lays out the full range at a glance. Many of the old favourites are there but there are also some new activities and tutors to whet your appetite.
ALF would like to thank you for your support. By joining our activities, or being a member of FOAL, you are helping Aldeburgh Library play a full role in the community. All are welcome.
To book, you can sign up online via our website or by visiting Aldeburgh Library itself. For any questions or feedback regarding the activities or about free membership of the Friends of Aldeburgh Library (FOAL) please contact Abi Hassett at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 01394 421769 in office hours.
Two new series this term
‘Aldeburgh Conversations’ – Using the principle of disagreeing agreeably, this is your chance to join in roundtable discussions about current topics and political issues. Initially, there will be two to test the water and each will have a different starting point for you to get your teeth into.
‘Engaging with Issues Facing Britain and Beyond’ – Five fortnightly sessions each with a keynote speaker on a topic of significance. This term, consideration will be given to issues such as the state of the union (both UK and US) with Lynne Walker and insights into the situation in Russia from recent resident, Colin Ward.
And new courses
Kate Drayton, who ran a successful taster session in the spring and will now consider ‘Men Behaving Badly in Women’s Writing’. Colin Ward will also be tackling the difficult matter of coping with loss, as he looks at how other people’s writings can help us through.