Listed below are classes, clubs and community projects that you can join in!
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Worcester Community Trust has become one of the latest local organisations to gain funding to employ a job coach under a national scheme called Building Better Opportunities. This project is joint funded by ESF and the Big Lottery Fund. Our Job Coach Mark is on hand to offer support by appointment only.
Mark Steadman joined our team in February 2017 and will be working from each of the Community Hubs in Worcester. Mark is qualified to deliver Information, Advice & Guidance and has several years of experience in supporting individuals into education, training and employment.
Building Better Opportunities has a specific focus on those who are out of work, including those that may be claiming JSA, ESA, Universal credit or Income Support.
Individuals on the project can expect 1:1 tailored support that will identify areas that can be improved on. Each individual will have their own action plan and will be fully supported throughout.
- Male & Female of any age
- Unemployed and long term unemployed
- Economically inactive (Not in ETE)
- Individuals with disabilities
- Ethnic minorities
- Individuals wanting to move into Education & Training
- Aged 50 or over
- 16 – 24 year olds
We will help with:
- CV Building
- Information, Advice & Guidance (IAG)
- Help with applications
- Interview preperation
- Help to identify training
- Confidence building
- & Much more
“People often come to us low on confidence, apprehensive or thinking they aren’t good enough. We can help boost your confidence and get you on the right path, You can do it,” Mark Steadman.
Only Girls Allowed is an initiative in partnership with Worcester Warriors Community Foundation.
Come and join this fun and active group with like minded women. This is a chance to try a range of activities including dance, yoga, hockey, netball, circuits and rugby. It is also an opportunity to take time out and meet new people. It tales place at The Green Hub in Dines Green, Worcester every Wednesday from 10am-11.00am for the activity then 11.00am until 11.30am for Stay and Play. Childcare is available on the day in the next room to the activity. Check our video on this activity.
This activity takes place thanks to funding from Councillor Richard Udall.
Join us for Swimming at Perdiswell Sports Centre for our Youth swimming sessions. Contact Adam for details
Dancefest runs at The Horizon Hub every Wednesday. There are various classes for different ages, so please check the details below.
A variety of fun dance classes for children aged 5-11 year olds, incorporating games, dances, choreography and movement to develop body confidence, co-ordination, flexibility, control and participation.
For more information or to book please get in touch.
Horizon Mini Movers (4-6 years old)
3.45pm-4.30pm £1 per class
Horizon Dance Club (7-10 years old)
4.30pm-5.30pm £1 per class
Horizon Dancemakers (11-14 years old)
5.30pm-6.30pm £1.50 per class
Mini Youth is a craft club for children aged 5-10
Cost for each session is £1
We have a range of activities including cooking, art, sports. During April and May Worcester Valkyries delivering sports. A snack is also provided.
This is a very popular group with a maximum of 35 children.
For further details please contact: Alice
Dines Green Youth Club is an open access youth session available to children aged between 11-18 on a Monday and Wednesday
It costs only 50p for a 90 minute session with activities including sports, DJ workshops, cooking, pool, dance and games.
In a fun an relaxed environment learn something new and meet friends.
Warndon Walkers is a walking group that meets at The Warndon Hub every Thursday.
It is a FREE activity where you walk in a group at a relaxed pace for 1 Hour (approx 2 1/2 miles)
There is no need to book although it would save time if you could register online before you arrive. Visit Walking for Health Website and then search for Warndon Walkers. If you can’t register online please arrive 10 minutes early.
You will need to wear sturdy footwear and outdoor clothes. Refreshments are available.
Want to get more active? Then we’re here to help.
Walking is a great way to keep fit, explore what’s on your doorstep and make new friends.
Join one of our free and friendly short walks today.
Meet at The Green Community Hub for a free short walk from Thursday 14th JUne 2018
Speak to alice at the Community Centre to book a place!