Clubs and Societies
The College is home to a number of clubs and societies run by students, covering a range of interests.
Some of our clubs are listed below, but for the full list of Clubs and Societies at Morley, or advice on setting up and running a club, visit the Clubs and Societies page on the student intranet here.
Folk Dance Club
Morley Folk Dance Club is a member of the English Folk Dance and Song Society. It organises a programme of dance events for members - details of the current programme can be found in room A04 at the College. Contact Sally Phillips.
Morley College Rambling Club
Our friendly and lively club explores the wonderful countryside and villages of The Chilterns, Surrey, Sussex and Kent, sometimes even all the way to the coast. We set out by train every Saturday morning from London’s mainline stations. Contact Peter Harris or visit the Morley Ramblers website.
Morley Medieval Society was founded in 1985, in response to requests from students of medieval art for ways of extending the range of their studies. The Society hosts guest lectures in the Autumn and Spring terms by leading scholars on a wide range of research topics. Cultural visits are arranged during the summer months. Annual membership is £10. To enquire, contact Membership Secretary, Marion Winwood via email@example.com and to view a full list of all upcoming events visit the Morley Medieval Eventbrite.
The London Ceramic Circle (LCC)
LCC is devoted to learning about ceramics (porcelain and earthenware) from the earliest times right up to today. Our members enjoy lectures by leading ceramic experts, visits to places of ceramic interest, and a two-day seminar each October. For more information visit the London Ceramic Circle website.
Morley College Guitar Club
An informal meeting of guitarists to play and share knowledge and enthusiasm for this instrument. The club meets monthly, usually on the last Friday of the month. To join the mailing list, please contact Peter Horah or visit Moodle to find out more.
Morley Accordion Club
Formerly known as the Intermediate Accordion Club, the Morley Accordion Club was formed by a group of players at Morley in 2009. All had studied on the beginners and improvers accordion courses at the college and had been playing for around 3 to 4 years. For more information, please click here to visit our website.