The School has a great range of classes and clubs running throughout the year in and around campus, with everything from tai-chi and gardening clubs to bookclubs and yoga.
LSE Bees works with a professional beekeeper to maintain and develop our rooftop hives and pollinator garden. They also harvest and sell LSE honey, spread awareness about bees and organise events like honey tasting, field trips movie screenings and talks by experts.
Why not join to get year-long hands-on beekeeping experience under the guidance of a professional beekeeper, learn about the secret lives of bees, help to protect pollinators who pay a crucial role in our food supply chain and take a break to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine with like-minded staff and students.
Details about joining can be found on: www.lsesu.com
Emma Nabavian runs a number of virtual craft sessions during the year (usually at Christmas and Easter). Learn a new skill, network with colleagues and generally have fun!
Please contact Emma at E.H.Nabavian@lse.ac.uk if you would like to be added to the mailing list for future sessions.
The Knitting Group
Are you interested in knitting, crocheting or yarn crafts? Then this group could be for you!
We welcome all knitters, crocheters and yarn crafters whether you are a beginner or have years of experience.
We meet virtually at 12.30-1.30pm on Wednesdays or Thursdays. Please email Clare Hudson at email@example.com to be added to the mailing list.
Leather Craft Class
These creative, fun and practical sessions will teach how to make all manner of functional leather items by hand, which in turn can be used as unique gifts or personal items.
All tools and leather will be provided, and you are also welcome to bring your own leather if required.
The cost of each session is now £5, generally running from 1pm to 2pm. All sessions for Lent Term will be held in 32L.B.07. For more information, dates on upcoming classes and to book a place, please contact Brian Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
The School's rooftop gardening club has an informal ‘drop in’ time of meeting on the Shaw Library roof terrace on Tuesdays from 1pm. It would be great for anyone interested in gardening in or learning how to come along.
For more information on how to get involved and enjoy the best of this club, please contact Dan Reeves at email@example.com