Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.
Learning new things can be a great pleasure and learning alongside other people is a wonderful way of sharing ideas and experiences.
Feelgood Learning is a group of local people who enjoy exploring different ideas in company with one another. This is the group for people who want to meet new people who are also interested in ideas. Members come from different backgrounds and age groups. You don’t need qualifications or to have been good at school. Basically you just need to be curious and to want to keep the grey matter working.
The emphasis of Feelgood Learning is not just on learning, however. We are a supportive group and we do our best to make members feel included and valued.
Between January and March we will be looking at the following topics:
OUTLAWS AND PIRATES: BADDIES AS HEROES THROUGH THE AGES
It is a strange quirk of history that those who break the law are sometimes lauded as heroes. From Robin Hood to the Kray Twins, there is a tendency to admire people who deliberately ignore what society sees as right and wrong. In these sessions we will look at some of these figures and ask why they have become legends.
THE BEST DAYS OF YOUR LIFE: THE BRITISH SCHOOL SYSTEM SINCE THE AGE OF VICTORIA
Love them or loathe them, our years spent in school have a lasting impact on our lives. These sessions will be an opportunity to learn about how school life has changed since the 1800s and to remember our own school days.
Why do people join the group?
- Because learning new things helps to keep the brain young and the body healthy.
- To find out about new subjects of interest.
- To carry on exploring topics you already know quite well.
- To meet with people who have similar interests.
Whatever your reason you are sure of a warm welcome.
Might be interested? Why not come along and give it a go? The first two weeks are free. After that the cost is £3.00 a week to cover group costs.
Feelgood Learning is on at the Feelgood Factory every Wednesday between 1.30 and 3.30. For further details, phone Sandra on 0151 291 8030.
Alternatively see the most recent leaflet.
So that group members who may have missed a session can catch up, and also for anyone who is interested, summary notes from sessions are made available below.
This session looked at Robin Hood, who he was or may have been and at other outlaws of the medieval period.
Notes from previous sessions can be found by clicking here.