Picturing the Past By The Sea

Course Code: HIXHT1318P

Programme: Course

Merchants Place Cromer
Cromer Past Present&Future Ltd
16 Church Street
NR27 9ES

Start Date: 20/03/2019
End Date: 20/03/2019
Day of first lesson: Wednesday
Total length of course: 5 Hours
Start time of first lesson: 10:00

Directions to venue

Follow the one way system - Church Street is the main Road through the center of Cromer, Merchants Place is on the left.

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How to contact us: Telephone: 0344 800 8020, Textphone: 0344 800 8011, fax: 0344 800 8012 or email: information@norfolk.gov.uk

Course Description

Explore and picture history through the building types and styles in Cromer (from boat houses or beach huts to the fish shop). Discover more about how people lived, worked or spent time in them. This creative workshop is an opportunity to be a history detective and present your findings as a visual 3D history. At each workshop you can research, draw, add colour or use pictures, learn paper folding and try card sculpting to make your local history into something to share with others.

What will I learn?

You will research, draw, add colour or use pictures, learn paper folding and try card sculpting to make your local history into something to share with others.

Is this course right for me?

No previous knowledge required

What do I need to bring?

No materials required. Handouts will be provided

How much does this course cost?

All of our Community Learning "leisure & pleasure" courses are partly subsidised by the Education & Skills Funding Agency, a central government agency that is responsible for funding schools as well as adult learning. This means that we can charge a very low full fee of £5.50 per hour and offer a concessionary rate of £2.20 per hour for any learners that are in receipt of a means tested state benefit.

What qualification will I receive?

A better understanding of historical life by the seaside in North Norfolk and how to build a 3D illustration.

What can I study next?

Another NCLS course

How to apply


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By Phone

You can call us on 0344 800 8020 Monday to Friday 9am-5pm where one of our Customer Service Advisors will be able to help you to enrol or apply for your course. We have a dedicated phone number with specially trained staff if you want to apply for an English or maths course so to apply please call us on 01603 306530.

Where can I get additional support?

Financial support is not available for learners attending Community Learning Courses We may be able to assist you with:
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