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Community Skills for Care Programme
There are lots of people living in Surrey who need help with their care, older people living in nursing homes, people who have come out of hospital, people with disabilities or long term illnesses are just some examples, but there aren’t enough care workers to help them so more people are needed.
Bletchingley Skills Centre
Bletchingley Skills Centre is a community learning facility for disabled and non-disabled adults of all ages. The centre offers a range of courses including computer skills, using an iPad, numeracy, literacy, cookery, crafts, chair yoga and drama.
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