Zero Night the greatest untold escape story of World War II. The scene is set in Oflag V1-B the prison camp in Warburg. It tells of 40 British and Commonwealth officers who hatched the most original and daring escape from deep inside Nazi Germany.
Months of meticulous planning and secret training hung in the balance during three minutes of mayhem as prisoners charged the camp’s double perimeter fences.
Returning to the Tollesbury WEA, Mark Felton will entertain with his thrilling account of this remarkable escape. It’s a story so fresh that Hollywood is making a movie out of the tutor’s book.
If you want to find out more about this World War II tale at Tollesbury on Saturday 10.00 -3.00 pm 10th November:
The course fee is £18 although discounts & concessions are available depending on your circumstances.
Venue address is Tollesbury Sailing Club. Woodrolfe Rd, CM9 8SE.
The Tollesbury WEA are running a number of Talks & Craft Days between September & May next year to which you are warmly invited. The events take place at either:
These are one day sessions running between 10 am – 3 pm on Saturdays and cost £18 each.
They will also be running an 8-week course: A Russian Journey: An introduction to Russia, the land, its people and culture…. (Dr Anat Vernitski) This runs 10 -11.30 am on Tuesdays starting at SR on 8th January and costs £58.40.
For more information go to http://wea.org.uk and search for course name or your postcode. Online application available. Alternatively, you can call 0300 303 3464.