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  1. BSL Courses

    From: Deaf Direct

    Deaf Direct has a dedicated training team offering a wide range of specialist  British Sign Language training. British Sign Language (BSL) is the natural language of the Deaf Community in Britain. It is quite different from spoken English and was recognised as...

  2. Groups

    From: Delilah’s Umbrella

    Working with groups of young people and adults to learn new skills based on animals & nature. Opportunities to gain work experience, learn where our food comes from, get hands on with the animals & animal care among other activities. All activities are...

  3. Beginners Session

    From: The Core

    Roller skating is a fun and exciting activity for the whole family! It's great exercise that doesn't feel like it's exercise. Come and learn how with qualified coaches and learn at your own pace in a safe and fun environment! Beginners Session Sunday...

  4. Clever Betsy

    From: ECHO

    At Clever Betsy we make and sell a range of arts and crafts from greetings cards to rag rugs.  We also sell recycled and vintage fabrics, wool, haberdashery, zips, wadding, buttons and much more. We are open to the public every day. There are 6-8 places...

  5. Studio Mirai

    From: ECHO

    Studio Mirai is a social enterprise selling upcycled furniture, garden and household items produced by people with learning disabilities. Individuals are supported and encouraged to: learn how to work safely in a workshop environment develop design skills...

  6. Step-In-Time Line Dancing Herefordshire

    Learn to line dance with a qualified BWDA & UKDC Instructor. Mondays: One Vision School Of Arts, Leominster Thursdays: Tenbury High Ormiston Academy, Tenbury Wells Fridays: Our Lady Queen of Martyr Catholic Church, Hereford Classes run every week from...

  7. School of Sewing

    From: Ginns Creative Workshops and School of Sewing

    Whether you’re making new garments, up-cycling clothes or making repairs and alterations. Come and learn the skills - whatever your age or ability.  3 and 1/2 hour BEGINNERS SEWING TASTER SEWING SESSIONS - DAYTIME  10 to 4    EVENING  6 to 9  FREE MACHINE...

  8. Aspire Tea Club

    From: Aspire Living Limited

    Our tea club is for young people aged 14+ who have a learning disability. As a member you will choose and plan what meals are made and enjoy eating meals with your friends before Youth Club. This encourages you to learn to work together, a very important...

  9. Craft Workshops

    From: Moors Wood Forest School

    These workshops can be made suitable for adults or children. These can include Recycled materials - papermaking and other papery crafts (3 hours) The ultimate recycling workshop! Paper themed crafts such as weaving and plaiting strips, papercasting, papier...

  10. Herefordshire Wildlife Trust

    Herefordshire Wildlife Trust is the largest membership-based wildlife organisation in the county, dedicated to inspiring people about wildlife, acting as a wildlife champion and creating wildlife havens at our nature reserves and across Herefordshire's...

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