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  1. How to use your Smartphone – at Ross-on-Wye Library

    Would you like to learn the basics of how to use your smartphone? From apps, picking up emails, through to using the internet and connecting to the free Library Wi-Fi. The free workshop is taking place on Tuesday 28 January at Ross-on-Wye Library.

  2. 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...

  3. 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...

  4. 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...

  5. Step-In-Time Line Dancing - Tenbury Wells

    Line dancing is a fantastic way to learn dances and is good exercise both mentally and physically. We do dances to all kinds of different music styles, Latin, Irish and Country music. For all levels and abilities - just turn up and have fun. Thursdays...

    • 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...

    • BFI Film Academy young filmmakers aged 16-19yrs

      From: Rural Media

      BFI Film Academy for young aspiring filmmakers If you are between the ages of 16-19, passionate about film and want a career in the film industry the BFI Film Academy is for you. Learn about and take part in all aspects of film making from industry and...

    • Computer Cafe

      From: Age UK Ross Office

      Weekly drop-in sessions every Thursday from 10 am to 11am at Smallbrook Gardens Community Room.  Bring your own laptop, tablet or smartphone or use the laptops provided. Tutors available to help you learn anything from basic skills to online safety, shopping,...

    • Bob's Bikes

      From: EnviroAbility

      We repair donated bikes and sell them at affordable prices. This project is staffed by a skilled and experienced volunteer who supports others keen to be involved. The project is known locally as ‘Bob’s Bikes’ as Bob is the core volunteer. This is another...

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