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Marlborough College Summer School - 22nd July to 11th August 2012

PUBLISHED: 09:34 30 January 2012 | UPDATED: 20:57 20 February 2013

Marlborough College Summer School -  22nd July to 11th August 2012

Marlborough College Summer School - 22nd July to 11th August 2012

Since the inaugural event in 1974, Marlborough College Summer School has gone from strength to strength continuing to develop and attract popular support from a wide audience.<br/><br/>The Summer School formula makes for a perfect family holiday

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Since the inaugural event in 1974, Marlborough College Summer School has gone from strength to strength continuing to develop and attract popular support from a wide audience.


The Summer School formula makes for a perfect family holiday, where parents can choose their own courses and entertainment knowing that the children are blissfully happy, but never far away. Evenings can be spent together or, if preferred, taking part in the numerous entertainments on offer. Summer School is about being independent together, where the problems of pleasing all the family are sorted out for you.


As always our aim is to maintain the breadth, diversity and quality of the course range available to customers, providing maximum choice across the mornings and afternoons in each of the three weeks.


Over 400 courses range from Beginners Watercolour, Writing your Novel, Nordic Walking and Introduction to Beekeeping for adults and Lets Cook, Stay Alive Survival, Young Clayshot and Filmmaking Challenge for children.


Our comprehensive programme for young people continues to prove a winning formula and is once again packed with fun and variety to suit all ages. Dividing the children into four age bands, the structure and content is carefully designed to provide an exciting adventure for each individual in a safe environment.


We are pleased to present another stimulating and eclectic Gala concert series on Tuesday and Friday evenings of each week. These events are ticket only so be sure to book early to avoid disappointment.


In addition, the Summer School presents daily lectures and recitals that have become a popular feature. Tickets are not required for these events but there will be a small charge on the door for visitors who are not signed up for courses in that week.


Our Friday exhibition continues to flourish and provides a perfect opportunity to view work from many of the courses, whilst enjoying music and entertainment in the wonderful setting of Court in the heart of the College.


To see what we have to offer or to book, just go to: www.mcsummerschool.org.uk.


If you would prefer to receive a brochure, please apply through the website, email us at admin@mcsummerschool.org.ukor telephone us on 01672 892388


Marlborough College Summer School


Marlborough


Wiltshire


SN8 1PA


01672 892388


www.mcsummerschool.org.uk

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