Marlborough College Summer School will return from 11 July to 7 August 2021 with more than 500 courses and a wealth of entertainment suitable for all ages and interests. Bookings are usually made in January but after postponing the 2020 event, the Summer School team are delighted to be able to go on sale earlier and help to give people something to look forward to in the year ahead.
While the majority of courses that Summer School were hoping to run this summer have been carried across to 2021, some new additions have been added to the programme. In the usual eclectic style, these range from topical titles such as ‘Mankind Versus the Planet and State of Emergency to practical courses on Basic Bike Maintenance. You can enjoy some Ballet for Fitness, Painting in Acrylics or even explore Inside the Mind of a Murderer!
New courses for young people are equally diverse encompassing everything from Calligraphy to Polo and Building Resilience to Dungeons and Dragons.
The Summer School can offer the chance to enjoy a stress-free staycation with family and friends, while the children are being amused, or a chance to develop a skill or an interest you discovered during lockdown.
Summer School Director, John Blake explains, “With many customers deciding to carry their booking over to 2021, and with places limited due to current social distancing measures, courses are filling fast. Should social distancing be eased over the course of the next few months then course numbers will be increased accordingly.”
John adds, “In this current climate of uncertainty, we also realise that circumstances may change between now and next summer. That is why we are being as flexible as possible. You can rest assured that if Covid-19 means your plans have to change you can request a refund at any time up to and including 30 June 2021 without losing your deposit.”
For more information visit the website here where you can browse and book the full range of courses and Gala entertainments on offer. Alternatively, you can give the Summer School team a call on 01672 892388.