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New Adult Education Classes Launched at Inch House

For the first time in many years Inch House will be hosting a programme of Adult Education classes, starting this Spring. These will include several regular classes which will be running for 6 weeks and will begin during the 1st week of May:

  • Nature in Inch Park (for All) Tues, 10am – 12pm

  • Creative Floristry (for All) Tues, 10am – 12pm

  • Pilates (for Beginners) Wed, 12.30 – 2pm

  • Bridge (for Beginners) Wed, 6 – 8pm

  • Hatha Yoga (for All) Wed, 6.30 – 8pm

  • Photography Workshop (for All) Thu, 1 – 2.30pm

  • Acoustic Guitar (Post-Beginner) Sat, 11am – 1pm

There will be also 2 special 1-day courses taking place on Saturday, 7th May:

  • Introduction to Calligraphy (for Beginners) Sat, 10am – 4pm

  • Scottish History: the International Scots Diaspora (for All) Sat, 10am – 4pm

The new classes already seem to be attracting considerable interest from local Inch residents. One of them, Allie Dundon of Kenilworth Drive, told us: “I’m so pleased to see a good number of adult education classes running at Inch House this May! It’s hard to find Pilates and Yoga classes in the area, so this is a great opportunity.”

Elena Gardelli of Walter Scott Avenue agreed: “I’ve been looking for a local Yoga class for ages, so it’s fantastic to see there’s going to be one taking place right here at Inch House.” Her partner, Sandy Quigley, said he was more interested in the Guitar class, but also thought it was important that the classes were being organised locally. “I generally don’t think there’s enough happening in the south of Edinburgh, so using Inch House for local adult education classes is definitely a good thing.”

HOW TO REGISTER FOR A CLASS

You can book a place on any of the above courses by going to www.joinededinburgh.org, or by calling 0131-556-7978.

We look forward to seeing you in one of the classes in May!




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