The Salford based charity, Langworthy Cornerstone, is offering local residents the opportunity to learn new skills in a series of free workshops, as part of the nationwide Festival of learning 2019.
A variety of sessions are being made free during a ‘have a go’ taster week from Monday 16th – Friday 20th September 2019. Activities include Tai Chi, Tao Yoga, and group relaxation among others.
John Phillips, Chief Officer of Langworthy Cornerstone said:
“We are delighted to be part of the Festival of Learning this year by showcasing the range of health and well-being activities we can offer to our local community.
“Adult learning is an important part of what we do and we look forward to opening our doors to anyone who is interested in “Having a Go” and helping them to kick-start their learning journey.”
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— Festival of Learning (@festival_learn) September 2, 2019
The Festival of Learning 2019, led by the Learning and Work Institute with support from the government, encourages organisations and communities to take part in adult learning activities.
you’re never too old to learn -Stephen Evans, CEO of Learning and Work Institute
Stephen Evans, CEO of Learning and Work Institute, said:
“I hope that people take advantage of this exciting event at Langworthy Cornerstone and recognise that you’re never too old to learn.
“The Festival of Learning helps people to learn and to discover the wide range of opportunities there are to gain new skills, expand their abilities and transform their lives.”
For more information, please visit the Langworthy Cornerstone website.
More information about the Festival of Learning 2019 can be found on the Festival website at www.festivaloflearning.org.uk