Anglia Ruskin have released their Spring Newsletter, jam packed with loads of interesting and free events for the next few months. The Essex Book Festival runs from 1 March to 30 March and Anglia Ruskin are hosting a number of exciting events with various speakers attending the Chelmsford campus. You can view the full newsletter below.
Tickle your taste buds, prick up your ears, smell lovely aromas, open your eyes and feel your way around our festival. Anglia Ruskin University are holding a FREE, interactive, fun packed sensory festival and experience a range of family activities for all your senses, including: circus workshops, climbing wall, African dance and drumming, henna tattoos, photobooth … Read More
Our Dynamic Sun – free talk at Anglia Ruskin University Wednesday 1st July 19:00 to 20:00 An Institute of Physics / CSES lecture for the public, presented by Dr Helen Mason of the University of Cambridge Refreshments available from 18:45 For a poster see: 1st July – Our Dynamic Sun poster The Sun should be at … Read More
Summer Concert – Memories, Melodies & Mandolins The Anglia Singers are holding a summer concert in aid of Farleigh Hospice on Friday 19 June at 8pm Music to include songs from the Shows – Mary Poppins and Sound of Music With Guests, Moonlight Mandolin Orchestra, Conductor Anna Langley. The venue is The Atrium, Michael Ashcroft … Read More
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) are hosting a new weekly street market selling everything from vintage clothing to fresh food, treats and goodies. The ARU Street Market will take place every Tuesday from 17 February, from 10.30am until 3.30pm outside the Lord Ashcroft Building. There will be stalls selling vintage clothing, fresh fruit and vegetables, bread, cakes … Read More
Free Event ‘Politics: what is it good for?’ Saturday 11 April at Anglia Ruskin University Chelmsford This event is a joint initiative between The Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) and the Question the Powerful project. It will take a fresh look at political ideas and practices and aims to explore what makes politics both fascinating and indispensable … Read More