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  1. The Learning Box

    From: Herefordshire Housing Ltd

    A resource centre dedicated to offering access to digital resources and training. Our team will support you and help you along the way, whether you're accessing a learning course or dropping in to learn how to use a computer. You'll be able to; Access...

  2. Adult tuition in basic literacy, numeracy and language skills

    From: Ross Adult Literacy Group

    One to one tuition for adults in the Ross-on-Wye area, who have difficulty with basic literacy, numeracy or English language skills. Tuition takes place at the learner's home or at a mutually agreed meeting place. All tuition is provided by volunteers....

  3. 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...

  4. Just for You Computer Cafe

    From: Age Concern Ross

    These are 1-1 sessions to help those over 50 learn more about IT and internet use. You need to prebook and give us an idea of what interests you to learn more about IT and using the internet. You can bring your own laptop,smart phone or tablet along or...

  5. Children's Holiday Bike Activities

    From: Choose How You Move - Herefordshire Council

    These sessions run during the school holidays throughout the year.   We currently offer three different sessions to help increase your child's confidence and experience on a bike: Learn to Ride Two-hour sessions for 4-11 year olds to help young riders...

  6. HEREFORDSHIRE HEARTSTART

    From: Herefordshire Heartstart

    Herefordshire Heartstart is a voluntary organisation, established in 1996, to teach the people of Herefordshire Emergency Life Support (ELS) skills. These skills are the actions needed to help keep someone alive until professional assistance arrives....

  7. Inclusive Volunteering

    From: ECHO

    ECHO can support adults with learning and other disabilities to make a positive difference in their community through volunteering: We can help you find a suitable volunteering opportunity. We will give you training and support to help you learn new skills...

  8. Garway Band

    From: Garway Band

    Open to all instrumentalists of any age. We play a mixture of folk tunes and hymns, at a very easy level: our main aim is to enjoy ourselves. We practice either on a Saturday or a Sunday evening most weeks at my house on Garway Hill, and we aim to play...

  9. ACTION FOR ELDERS - Balanced Lives Programme

    From: Action for Elders

    We run weekly Balanced Lives programmes to help people stay active, reduce the risk of falls, and also to combat the social isolation that affects so many. Our programme leaders help older people to learn new skills that help improve the quality of their...

  10. Community Dementia Service

    From: 2gether NHS Foundation Trust

    Herefordshire’s Community Dementia Service is for people worried about memory, people with dementia and carers of people with dementia. To access our service you need to make an appointment to see your GP. Your GP can refer you to us or the most appropriate...

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