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The Continuing Learning Group

We are an educational group based at Lancaster University aimed primarily at those middle aged and beyond, but open to everyone. We meet on Wednesdays in term-time for Lunchtime Lectures from experts on a whole range of topics, followed by a discussion session.  

Campus in the City

Repeats every week every Wednesday and every Thursday and every Friday and every Saturday until Fri Mar 30 2018. Saturday, February 24, 2018 - 10:30 to 15:30 at CITC Shop, St Nicholas Arcade, Lancaster LA1 1NB

Campus in the City is back this week!

23/2/18: Lancaster University's Campus in the City (CITC) initiative will be back with a bang on 24 February to 31 March, with an exciting launch event planned. After an official launch ceremony from 11am, visitors can take a 3D tour of the body, learn some circus skills, meet some critters, and much more.

Lancaster University

Lancaster University, Bailrigg, Lancaster, LA1 4YW, United Kingdom. +44 (0)1524 65201. Now in its 50th year, Lancaster University is a world-class centre for teaching and research and is located on a beautiful campus in the North West of England. 

The Middlewood Trust

Middle Wood, Backsbottom Farm, Roeburndale West, Lancaster, LA2 9LL. Tel.: 015242 21880. Established to provide education and advance research for the public benefit in low-impact living, sustainability and to address growing concerns about long-term damage to the environment. 

Lancaster Environment Centre

Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, Lancaster, LA1 4YQ, United Kingdom. Tel.: +44 (0)1524 510082. World-class environmental researchers, high-achieving students, government scientists and commercial enterprises working together to address today’s biggest environmental challenges. 

Multiculturism working in the UK, University research reveals

20/8/09: Watching soaps, reading tabloids and turned off by politics – the children of International Migrants in Britain show a high degree of cultural assimilation compared to their European neighbours, according to a new study by Lancaster University.