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Men had the upper hand in the design and layout of the early gardens, but with the end of the English Landscape Movement flowers regained their place in the garden and colour schemes became important.Course Description: This 10 week course will provide an opportunity for students to consider the varied habitats found in temperate woodlands and study some of the many organisms found within them.

How these organisms cope with seasonal changes will be discussed and how they interact with one another._x000D_ Tips on identification and observation techniques will be part of the course using a variety of identification guides.

A field excursion to a local woodland will be part of the course.

Information: contact: Pat Dale T: 020 8281 1536 E: [email protected] WEA is a non-profit-making educational charity whose courses are open to all adults. Come along to the first class to see if you want to join.

You do not need any prior knowledge of the subject or qualifications. For further information visit You are encouraged to book online if you can by searching for the Course ID on the National WEA website.

Course Description: Investigate the Urban History of England from the mid Anglo-Saxon period to the 1950s, with some focus on Wales and Scotland.

Learn how changes were different depending on the size and nature of the settlement.

Tutor: Patricia Moxey Cost: £80.00 Date: 25/09/2019 Time: 10.00-12.00 Sessions: 10 Course Ref: C2226600 Where: Jack Silley Pavilion, 1 Tidy's Lane, Off Palmers Hill, Epping CM16 6SP Description: This 10 week course will provide an opportunity for students to consider the varied habitats found in temperate woodlands and study some of the many organisms found within them.

How these organisms cope with seasonal changes will be discussed and how they interact with one another.

Each week we will explore the lives and achievements of women who have changed the world in different areas of life, aiming to answer this question.

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