Friday 27th April 2018 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Henbury Church Hall
£5 including tea/coffee and biscuit
Following our successful session in January, we've gathered feedback, and have now scheduled a follow-up session. Whether you are a complete beginner, or just want to understand a bit more, why not come along to our friendly informal session?
There will be a general introduction, then we plan to split into smaller groups, to look at particular topics in more detail.
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Once again the session will be run by a small team of Age UK tutors who have lots of experience in helping others to learn. You can bring your own laptop or iPad or other tablet. Spare ones will also be available.
The tutors give their time for free, but we have to pay for the hire of the Church Hall, and we like to make a donation to Age UK, so there will be a charge of £5. However — this does include a cup of tea/coffee and biscuit!
To book your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01625 502983, 01625 610059 or 01625 432561.
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