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 Workshop led by Tim Moorey March 2014

In addition to the public events listed below, Tim Moorey regularly gives talks and conducts workshops for private groups including the Women's Institute and the University of the Third Age

One-to-one tutoring is also available.

Recent private events include workshops as part of Enrichment Days at The Perse School, Cambridge, Maidstone Grammar School, Wallington High School for Girls. Blackfen School & Coopers School Chislehurst.

The talks currently available are as follows: 

  • The Most Popular Indoor Activity (Crosswords)
  • The Joys of English
  • The Amazing Dr Samuel Johnson

Contact Tim Moorey for further information and bookings: timmoorey@gmail.com

 

Click the image on the right for an outline of Tim Moorey's workshops (3-page PDF).

 

PUBLIC WORKSHOPS & TALKS

Click for workshop outline

University of The Third Age

TALKS 2017:
16th January: Theydon Bois, Essex
27th January: Lewisham
1st August: Wanstead
11th October: Thundersley , Essex
27th October: Warley, Essex

Click for U3A website

Barbican Centre

The Times

Times plus
thestudio...,
7 Cannon St, Birmingham B2 5EP

22nd April 2017
(one-day course
)

This is the second Crossword Workshop following the success of the first in London in January.

"Discover everything you need to know about completing cryptic crosswords at our workshop. The day of tips and tricks will be hosted by Tim Moorey, crossword setter for The Times and The Sunday Times."

 

Devizes Festival

More Secrets of a Crossword Setter

Town Hall, Devizes SN10 1BN
7th June 2017

Two 90 minute sessions:
11:30 – 13:00 / Lunch / 13:30 – 15:00

Booking opens Friday, 21 April
(following the priority booking opportunity
for Festival Friends)

Devizes Festival

marlborough college summer scholl

Marlborough College
Summer School


24th-28th July 2017

marlborough college website

 

Tim Moorey address the Retired Fellows of the Royal Society of Medicine