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South Hill Centre runs a number of these courses throughout the year. They are run as soon as there is enough interest for them.
For those who would like to learn new techniques, develop their skills, create something special for that special occasion or simply meet up with others in the local area to have fun. Crafts run include things like: Jewellery making / Gift Making / Silk painting / Sewing / Seasonal (Easter/Christmas) Craft / Glass Decorating / shrink plastic craft
Usually run as a six week course, they often run alongside the popular SHC Coffee Lounge on Thursdays or SHC Employment support group on Fridays, which offer refreshments on a donation basis whilst the event runs..
There may be a small charge per person per week towards costs of materials, payable on the day. Concessions available.
A crèche may also be available for some courses, but booking in advance is required.
The course is delivered by Community Action Dacorum or Dacorum Communities for Learning in connection with HAFLS in Hemel Hempstead. The course is usually run free of charge.
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South Hill Centre
South Hill Centre is a registered community charity (1102820)which works with other local organisations to provide a range of services for local people within Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. It seeks to provide services which join all local people together, encouraging integration, developing potential, enhancing safety and providing help and support to those most in need and has an excellent track record in delivering successful, well-received projects to those it aims to support.
The Centre is committed to adding value and vitality to the community it serves. Between 500 and 1000 local individuals pass through its doors each week and the Centre runs activities such as youth groups; seniors lunch club; employment support; IT training; Life skills training; Carers and toddler groups; family support; Pre-school provision; and organises several other community wide events as dictated by the needs of the local area. It also acts as a venue for meetings of charities, council and other local organisations.
As well as several key members of staff, the Centre is supported by 70-100 volunteers and has close links with South Hill Church who provide both financial and personnel support to projects that it runs.