Important news for Tunbridge Wells learners

Important news for Tunbridge Wells learners

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12 July 2019


All courses at our Adult Education Centre in Monson Road, Tunbridge Wells will be moving to different locations whilst the new Amelia Scott Cultural Hub is being developed. We are relocating all Tunbridge Wells provision to three alternative venues to enable Kent Adult Education to continue to provide the range and scale of adult learning within the Tunbridge Wells district.

We are in the process of securing a dedicated creative, pottery and ceramics studio which will be located at TN2 Community Centre, Lakeside (TN2 3LZ), off Greggs Wood Road, Tunbridge Wells.

The Pottery and Sculpture courses are being relocated to TN2 and the site is not quite ready for us to start the Autumn programme. We are endeavouring to make sure we can offer the same facilities as we did in the Monson Road site. This is taking longer than we were anticipating so we are looking to start courses after the half term break in October.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused, and look forward to seeing you in our new TN2 site.

Language, Fitness, Business, IT, Counselling, and Arts and Craft-based courses will be delivered from two locations; Royal Victoria Place, Tunbridge Wells, TN1 2SS, and the Corn Exchange House, The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, TN2 5TE.

Please ensure that when enrolling you check the location that your course will be delivered from.

Please note that some courses currently delivered in Tunbridge Wells will be provided in Tonbridge for the 2019/20 academic year.

Courses have now finished at the KAE Centre in Monson Road and will commence from the new locations from September this year.

Looking to join a course in Tunbridge Wells? Whilst our new centre is being developed, you can still enrol on any course you like via our website or by calling 03000 41 2222. If you’d like to enrol in person, you can do so by simply stopping by any of our other centres. 


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