LCA Classes

General and course enquiries should be directed to Reception at the Lymington Centre by using the general contact form here.

Enrolment and Payment of Fees
To book a place, students should fill in the form below or contact The Lymington Centre Reception directly before attending, as numbers are limited for some courses. This may be due to the limitations of seating in the available accommodation or because the lecturer has set a maximum class size . Course fees become payable at enrolment. This can be done via Reception or at the first class in the course.

Cheques should be made payable to “Lymington Community Association”. We are also able to accept payment by debit or credit card at Reception.


Autumn 2021

Women Writers of the Mid-twentieth Century

Denise Hanrahan- Wells PhD
10am - 12 Noon, 2 Hours , Course start Tuesday 5th October 2021 for 10 weeks
Half term
LCA Members £100, Non-LCA Members £110
Enrol at Reception, Lymington Centre

This course will read four novels from the mid twentieth century in order to explore different versions of female identity. We will engage with themes which include the tensions of domestic life, moral ambiguity, the challenges of single motherhood, and issues of sanity and control.

Set texts:

Barbara Pym, Jane and Prudence (1953)

Muriel Spark, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1961)

Margaret Drabble, The Mill Stone (1965)

Jean Rhys, Wide Sargasso Sea (1966)

To book your place, call 01590 672337 or visit the Lymington Community Centre Reception, New Street, Lymington, SO41 9BQ.

For further information please contact:

Elizabeth Chell, PhD. Lymington Centre Literary Group. Secretary


M: 07534300027





Summer 2021

General Art and Drawing: An Art Course for those wishing to explore a range of media.

Caroline Bannon
Tuesdays 09.15am -11:15am, 10 weeks, Tuesday 20th April 2021
Half term Tuesday 1st June 2021
LCA Members £95, Non-LCA Members £100
Enrol at Reception, Lymington Centre

A practical 10 week art course that encompasses a range of drawing and painting media. These are explored in the context of a project that evolves over the 10 week period.
Students are encouraged to develop their work, under the guidance of the tutor, towards a personal style.
Please bring art materials of your choice to the first class.

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