OUR DOORS ARE CLOSED BUT OUR COURSES ARE OPEN AND RUNNING REMOTELY ONLINE
Please note our phone will be staffed between 9.00am - 2.00pm Monday to Friday term-time only
OUR NEW 21/22 COURSES ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO BOOK! We hope to be back in the Centre during the summer however some courses will still run online
If you are unsure about attending a Zoom class feedback from our students can be found on our 'News & Information' page. Thank you for your continuing support which is essential for the future of The REC!
Take a look at our 'News & Information' page for details on our fundraising appeal and how you can donate - thank you
Rothsay Education Centre (REC) provides learning and social opportunities for adults. We encourage students to continue to grow and learn thus contributing to their health and wellbeing
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Stephen Rogers (Dr)
Dr Stephen Rogers is a researcher and lecturer. He has held posts at the universities of Nottingham and Sussex, and was part of the team responsible for the Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines (2009-13). He has presented papers in Italy, France and the United States. His publications include writings on Ford Madox Ford, the history of the Poetry Bookshop (1912-35) and twentieth century literary periodicals, as well as selections from the poems of Harold Monro and William Collins. He is also a member of the REC Board of Directors
"I am continuing to keep my ability to speak German and learning many other things during our conversations in what has become as much a friendship group as a class. I have met many interesting and delightful people and have attended short courses on very varied subjects of interest, tutored by very knowledgeable and enthusiastic teachers."
"We are so fortunate in Bedford to have this institution. It has been, and still is, a source of much good company, valued friendships and accumulation of knowledge."
"Just to say how much I am enjoying the 'one off' Zoom sessions! The ones I have joined so far have been interesting, and being with others, albeit in a virtual kind of way, has helped enormously to lessen the feeling of isolation. Thank you."