PEOPLE can learn a host of new skills on a variety of courses during an adult education programme.
Staff at St Hild’s Church of England School, in King Oswy Drive, Hartlepool, have set up an action packed programme of classes.
Sewing, novelty cake decorating and rag rug making sessions are all held at the school on a Monday from 6pm-8pm.
A circuits exercise class runs at St John Vianney RC Primary School, also in King Oswy Drive, from 4pm-5pm and on a Tuesday from 6.30pm-7.30pm.
Also on a Tuesday, residents can take part in a cookery on a budget class and decorative card making at St Hild’s from 6pm-8pm
Action-packed Wednesdays include a computers class from 4pm-6pm and Egyptian dance from 6pm-7pm.
Indian cookery, novelty cake decorating and scrapbooking all run from 6pm-8pm on the same day.
Keen photographers will be interested in a photography session which runs from 6pm-8pm on a Thursday.
Novelty cake decorating, sewing and Zumba sessions run at the same time.
A supporting teaching and learning class also takes place at the school on a Thursday from 9.30am-12.30pm.
St Helen’s Primary School, in Durham Street, hosts a hairdressing class every Friday from 12.30pm-2.30pm.
People of all ages and abilities are welcome at all of the sessions.
Julie Fletcher, community manager at St Hild’s, said: “We try to offer a variety of courses to appeal to everyone.
“They are usually very popular.”
For more information about any of the sessions or to sign up, call Julie on (01429) 242243.