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Epping branch visit to concert at the Royal Festival Hall

Eighteen members of the Epping branch were able to join our annual visit to the Royal Festival Hall on the South Bank of London.

Michael Buerk joins Lincolnshire branch centenary dinner and helps raise £2000

Lincolnshire centenary dinner raises £2000 for local primary schools.

Frank Cottrell Boyce chairs debate for Primary school students

The Big Debate with Frank Cottrell Boyce

Acclaimed children’s author Frank Cottrell Boyce chaired a Big Debate for local schoolchildren organised by the ESU and The Week Junior.

ESU Lebanon - Voices to bring about change

ESU Lebanon’s Public Speaking Competition allows people, of all ages, to learn about and discuss human nature and the power of community.

Supernova in space to symbolise astrophysicist

'Finding the most distant galaxies in the universe’ - Ouse Valley branch welcome guest speaker to AGM

Professor of Astrophysics speaks at Bedfordshire branch AGM.

Hastings 1066 lunch talk on eye health

Mr. Qureshi, a Consultant Ophthalmologist, joined Hastings branch for lunch and afterwards he spoke about eye health and aspects of vision care.

The Learning Science of Debating

This blog explores some recent findings from cognitive psychology and explains clearly how these can be applied in the classroom in order to improve learning.

Zimbabwe today; A talk by Lindsey Brown

Lindsey Brown spoke to the Epping branch on the subject of “Zimbabwe Today”, talking about her charity work.

Epping branch holiday to South West Scotland

Members and friends of Epping Branch travelled to West Scotland for an interesting five night break.

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