Craft and Computer CentreCraft and Computer Centre in Earlsdon Coventry
What does it do?
What goes on at the Gilbert Richards Centre?
At the centre you can
- take up a new hobby, such as pottery, silk-painting or spinning
- share your skills with others in a craft group, like quilting, beading or knitting
- learn woodwork
- join an art class
- start to use a computer and surf the internet
- enjoy stimulating conversation
- meet new people
- hire a wheelchair
We work to suit you by having groups led by voulnteers as well as groups led by private tutors.
You can join a group that is informal and has the chance to meet people interested in the same things as you.
These small groups are ‘self-help’ and you can learn a craft or how to use a computer, with a chat and a cup of tea and the support of a skilled volunteer.
Private tutor-led sessions
You might prefer to learn a new skill or renew an existing skill in a more formal, structured setting. If this is the case, these tutor led sessions in ceramics, sculpturing, painting in oils or water colours or art might be the class for you.
Who it is for?
There are so many things you can get involved in at our craft and computer centre for the over 50s in Earlsdon.
Where it is available?
What it costs:
How to access or apply for it:
All classes are held at:
Gilbert Richards Centre
For more informationPhone: 024 766 72911