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Art workshops, history lectures and sessions on how you can engage with Parliament are all part of a new adult education programme being delivered throughout Essex by
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The Essex adult education programme was launched as part of the Breaking Barriers exhibition, opened at Southend Central Museum by Baroness McIntosh of Hudnall.
All sessions are designed for adults and are free - however places are limited so early booking is recommended.
For more information on the Essex adult education programme, please contact Celia O’Connor on 0207 219 1650 or
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