Woodwork skills and social enterprise, Upper Norwood Library

A free course, for 14- to 17-year-olds, at Upper Norwood Library, beginning on Monday, July 23.

Fancy seeing if you have a talent for making things out of wood?

Want experience of setting up and running a social enterprise?

We will help you decide what you want to make, support you to create your pieces, including showing you how to use tools and machinery, and will then help you with the process of setting up a social enterprise and selling your items (with proceeds coming back into the charity).

This is a great opportunity to develop a new creative talent and add business skills to your CV.

Come along to the first session to find out more and help develop ideas for what to build, the course runs over six weeks.

Click here to reserve a space.


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