Adult Community Learning

Adult Community Learning

Are you an adult with disabilities in Herefordshire or Gloucestershire? Meet new people, learn something different or just get sociable by joining one of our adult community learning courses.

Designed for adults with disabilities you can choose from a number of courses to get creative, keep fit, become more independent and meet new people.

Adult Community Learning in Herefordshire 

Our adult community learning programme in Hereford runs from November 2019 to June 2010. 

You can:

  • Get creative through social drama (Thursday evenings between 4.30pm to 6.30pm, starting on 14 November 2019)
  • Cook up dishes from around the world (Tuesday evenings between 4.30pm to 6.30pm, starting on 12 November 2019) 
  • Learn how to use home computers, tablets and mobile phones (Thursday evenings between 4.30pm to 6.30pm, starting on 14 November 2019)                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Thanks to financial support from Herefordshire Council Adult & Community Learning, the evening courses are delivered over six weeks and take place at National Star at Hereford. Sessions are free to attend. However, a £10 registration fee with an additional contribution towards course materials of £3.50 per session for some classes is required for certain courses.

Interested? Why not attend our taster afternoon on Saturday 26 October 2019 between 2pm to 4pm at National Star at Hereford. You can meet tutors and have a go at creating a simple Christmas decoration or a tasty food dish.

Let us know you that plan to attend by emailing aclenquiries@nationalstar.org or telephone Katrina Bird on 01242 534915.

Adult Community Learning in Gloucestershire

Our longstanding adult community learning programme in Gloucestershire, supported by Gloucestershire County Council, is in full swing. However it is not too late to join the programme with spaces available on certain courses.

To find out more email the adult community learning team  

Important notes

  • Courses are aimed at adults with disabilities aged 19 and over, living in the county where the course is being held.
  • If you require support to take part in a course, you will need to bring a helper with you.
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