Learners celebrate

4th April 2003 at 01:00
YOU are never too old to learn as the continuing success of Adult Learners'

Week goes to show. This year's events begin on Saturday, May 10 with Cultural Diversity Day, and there will be a group award ceremony at London's Vinopolis on Monday, May 12 and there will be a wide variety of local events throughout the country to celebrate learners' achievements.

The National Institute for Adult Continuing Education, which founded the event, is supporting the Workers Educational Association in this, its centenary year, with grants to branches organising activities for the week.


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