Since October 1999, we have been privileged to work with so many of you on a wide range of projects.
Over the years, your group may have benefited from its first computer with internet access through the groundbreaking Residents.net project; you might have learned new skills through one of our Community Learning Support Groups or other training courses; perhaps you volunteered as a schools mentor or digital champion with us; were part of the Bransholme Family Learning Centre or PEP programme; ran your own successful events through borrowing equipment from the Common Treasury; have delivered projects in partnership with us; or have been able to keep up to date with regular news and information through our infomail service.
It has been an exciting and challenging learning journey for Volcom – thank you for playing your part in our story and we wish you the very best for the future!
• Are you interested in moving home? Do you need a smaller or larger home? • Did you know that you can mutually exchange if you are a Council tenant or a Housing Association tenant? Hull City Council are inviting social housing tenants in Hull to a mutual exchange House Swap event. A Mutual Exchange is when two or more people request permission to swap their homes. This could be the perfect solution if you need to move home.
Please find below links to the OpenCampus Autumn Programme of lifelong learning talks.
The talks are free, informal and friendly and are suitable for adults of all ages, including those who are new to the subject.
Their audiences are varied and include the general public, students, sixth formers in preparation for University and further study, teachers, retired people, professionals, working people and people from all walks of life and locations across Hull and East Yorkshire.