Hoylake Community Centre has been managed by volunteers for the local community since 1991. The accommodation is hired out to teachers and function organisers. The Centre does not run any classes itself. The teachers and organisers set their own course rates or admission charges.
This group organises activities throughout the year, e.g. talks, crafts, coffee mornings and quizzes. Membership is £3 per person and £5 per couple for a year from April until March.
'We do not stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing.'
Allowing outselves to 'play' involves feelings of pleasure, freedom, spontaneity and relaxation. The transformative power of Art is all in the process of making art purely for the joy of creating.
U3A is a learning cooperative of older people that enables members to share many educational, creative, and leisure activities. The Third Age refers to the period of time after the First Age of childhood dependence and the Second Age of full-time employment and parental responsibility.
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