Drama, Spanish and family history: library offers classes

Public Library generic - Upper NorwoodA history project and a drama class for adults suffering from depression and other mental health conditions are among a range of groups offering education and training sessions in a range of life skills which have successfully bid to stage their activities at Upper Norwood Library.

The groups’ activities are to be funded by Upper Norwood Library Trust. The successful bidders from the community investment fund are:

Weekly one-hour art workshops for children with dyslexia and dyspraxia, to be delivered over eight weeks from Mon Jan 11, from 4pm-5pm.
To book contact catzeagle@hotmail.com

Act Yourself Confident
Weekly two-hour drama class for adults suffering from depression and other mental health conditions to be delivered over 10 weeks from Tue Jan 12, 10.30am – 12.30pm.
To book contact: catzeagle@hotmail.com

Money Management Project
Two half-day pilot workshops, on Thu March 3 (2pm-4.30pm and 6.30-9pm) to provide support for individuals on managing their money with a view to running a series of sessions to recruit local people to become money champions. To book contact: Laura.mccullagh@wlm.org.uk

Local and Family History Project
Series of fortnightly two-hour sessions run by the Norwood Society to train people how to research the history of their area or family.

Affordable Spanish
Project to run a series of weekly small group, two-hour Spanish language classes at reduced price for local residents starting this Sat, Jan 9, from 11am to 1pm.
To book contact: elizabeth.colina@hotmail.com


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