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Morley College

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COURSES, EVENTS, EXHIBITIONS AND OPEN DAYS

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Did you know?

  • Founded in 1889, Morley College is one of the UK’s leading centres for adult education, best known for music and the visual arts, with over 13,000 students studying each year.
  • Morley Art Collection includes works by Edward Bawden, John Piper, Bridget Riley, Maggi Hambling and Denzil Forrester. Plus it's free to view all year round!
  • You can be part of the new Friends of Morley community - keep in touch with life at the college and reconnect with old friends or make new ones.
  • You can listen out for Morley Radio - central to the College’s vision of inspiring ambitions and creating outstanding learning opportunities.
  • Morley Forward, is a new development plan to reposition Morley as a contemporary, world class centre for adult learning that will create a fully accessible adult learning environment with enhanced, contemporary and flexible facilities throughout.

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Morley College

61 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7HT

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