The events of 2020 – Covid-19, Brexit and a new States via Island-wide voting – will have economic ramifications, if not closure in 2021.
This WEA course has seen massive changes to our island in its 38 years but these transitions could be the greatest. The contributors will attempt to bring understanding through facts and informed opinion to its participants. After a full briefing on the island’s economic standing, income streams and running costs, the course will tackle the three major economic factors to hit Guernsey since WWII.
The talks will be held at La Villette Hotel, St. Martin where there is ample parking.
Each evening will start sharp at 7.30pm and last until 9.30pm.
Course costs £50 for all 8 sessions. Guests are welcome on individual nights at £10.
Further details from WEA President and series Chairman: Roy Bisson, 07781 100296
8 sessions on Tuesday 7.30 - 9.30pm at La Villette Hotel, starting on 26 January
Economic Viewpoints of Guernsey
WEA reserves the right to make changes to or cancel courses without notice. Refunds will be made where appropriate.
When: Tuesday Evenings 7.30pm - 9.30pm
Where: La Villette Hotel
Course Length: 8 weeks
Starts: 26 January
Half Term Break: 9 February