A place to learn, have fun and make friends
Launched in September 2014, Jubilee Life College is aimed at those in unemployment, those who are homeless and those with mental health issues. It is an informal education setting where students can learn a new hobby, learn life skills and look to improve mental health.
We have a number of different courses running each term and aim to improve future prospects for each student whether that is improving confidence, developing social skills or gaining qualifications.
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For more information contact Savi on 01482 328196
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"Coming here has helped me to reduce my alcohol intake and stay out of trouble because I have learned ways and techniques to help me with my issues. I get along with everyone, we all have a laugh and a joke and have the same problems in life and we support each other."
"It's relaxing, it's great socialising with lovely people, it's amazing how creative you can be in Needlecraft and the new skills you learn. I have learned how to make bunting for the first time."
"I enjoy the fact there are different types of projects you can get involved in, I have met new people and made friends. I like how you can work individually and work on projects as a team."
"Coming to Needlecraft has got me to pick up my knitting needles again after 29 years! What started out as a course to fill an afternoon has now become a full time hobby, and has been a catalyst and outlet for creativity that I have not had for a long time. The course is an oasis of relaxation and very therapeutic. It has helped me to create a little cottage industry, as I have been
able to sell some of my creations."
"It doesn't matter what ability you are, you can join in at whatever level you are at, as there are various projects to choose from. I have learned to make things for the home and presents at a fraction of the cost of buying them, I have enjoyed meeting new people, it is very friendly here."