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Friday, 30 November 2012

ESAH Forum: Field Studies Council programme

Olympic Park, Stratford.  Day 4 (early) of the Games. 31 July 2012
One Field Studies Council course considers the legacy of the Park.
Mel Cousins (details below) writes: 

"The Field Studies Council (FSC) have recently launched their new programme of 2013 courses, which includes a range of Local History, Archaeology and Walking and Natural History courses.  We are an environmental education charity with 70 years’ experience of providing courses which inspire people of all ages about the natural world. 

"Courses are based in and around the stunning locations of our Centres across the UK.  Whichever location you choose, from the Scottish Highlands to the south Devon coast, all are in areas with beautiful surroundings, landscapes, buildings and wildlife to explore and discover more about.  There are a range of one-day courses and short residential breaks, which are all led by experienced and passionate individuals with an excellent knowledge of their local area."

ESAH160 spotted that the programme contains items of Essex interest too.



"If you would like to request any hard copies of the brochures please contact me or complete the online Request a Brochure form."

Mel Cousins
Marketing Assistant
Field Studies Council
Head Office, Preston Montford, Montford Bridge
Shrewsbury, SY4 1HW              

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