History courses on windmills and porcelain

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Two eight-week history courses, which will study the history of blue and white porcelain and the evolution of wind and watermills, are to run in Great Ayton. A Passion for Blue and White will look at the social history of porcelain, from its Chinese origins to its status today. The course, run by the Workers’ Education Association (WEA), will begin on Tuesday afternoon, January 28 at the Friends’ Meeting House. A WEA course on Mills and Milling will run at the same venue on Thursdays evenings from January 30. Both courses cost £48. To attend, contact the secretary by emailing; sue.ward.g@btconnect.com or by ringing; 07770 513365 or enrol online at: www.wea.org.uk

ZUMBA CLASS: A new Zumba class is to begin in Seamer Village Hall, near Stokesley, on Thursday, from 5.30pm until 6.30pm. The cost is £3.50 per session. For details contact Helen on 0753 1951997.

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