A SERIES of summer classes are proving a success but there’s still chance for people to get involved and take part in the upcoming courses.
The staff at St Hild’s CE School, in King Oswy Drive, put on a packed programme of sessions for people of all ages and abilities.
The latest in a number of African cookery classes was held this week while people have also been enjoying family history sessions, football courses and a variety of fun arts and crafts classes.
The sessions are running until the end of next week but it’s not too late for people to get involved.
A cookery class is taking place tomorrow in the school from 10am-noon while next week’s classes get underway with an arts and crafts session in the school from 1pm-3pm.
Another Indian cookery class is taking place next Tuesday, August 20 from 10am-noon and a hair and beauty class will run from 1pm-3pm.
Street dance and multi-sport sessions run from 10am next Wednesday, August 21 and another arts and crafts class will run from 1pm-3pm.
People can enjoy a trip to Forbidden Corner next Thursday, August 22, before programme draws to a close with another cookery class next Friday, August 23, from 10am-noon.
Julie Fletcher, community manager at St Hild’s School who has organised the activities, said: “We are really pleased with how the programme has gone so far but we still want people to come along and take part in the race of our sessions.
“There has been a real variety for people to enjoy and the feedback we have received has been really good.
“The trips have gone well as well, they have been well attended and everyone really enjoyed them. Our community classes always prove popular and this programme has been no different.”
For more information about the rest of the classes and to sign up call Julie on (01429) 234145.