April 26th, 2019
After you retire, you suddenly have all this free time on your hands. So, what do you do with it?! A fantastic way to spend your time is to join a class or regular workshop to meet new people and learn new skills. Here are a few great classes and workshops to take near Whitegate.
Love Your Lens is a one-woman photography show, led by Jane Burkinshaw, a professional photographer with over a decade’s worth of experience. She has a number of workshops available that range from the basics of camera settings all the way up to professional wedding photography.
You can even book one-to-one sessions for a more tailored learning experience. Sessions are taught from her very own home on Pickmere Lane in Wincham and her prices are very reasonable. What’s more, the positive reviews speak for themselves, so it’s well worth a try if you fancy learning more about photography.
As you get older, hearing loss can creep up on you. It’s a natural part of the ageing process. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to suffer in silence. Read Our Lips can help you to combat partial or full hearing loss by teaching you how to read lips.
They hold two classes a week during term time at St John’s Church, Hartford, and you can even try your first session for free. Sessions last two hours each and you can expect free tea, biscuits and a good chat with people in the same boat as you are.
Northwich Art Shop holds a number of events that teach a variety of art skills such as drawing, oil painting, mixed media and watercolour painting. The courses are taught by experienced artists who have their work in galleries all over the world.
As well as this, the shop itself has all the supplies you could ever need to kick-start your art hobby, so you’re in great hands. Have a look at the classes available and see if any take your fancy.
Every Wednesday starting April, you can come along to Grozone Community Garden to take part in Growing Connections. Growing Connections is a Brightlife-funded community project that is completely free to over 50s.
It gives you the opportunity to learn new skills, meet new people and rediscover your love of gardening. This is a fantastic opportunity to get out and keep active, so do come along.
The Cheshire Craft Workshop is a fantastic place to go for all things pottery, painting and crafts. You can stop by any day of the week between 10am and 5pm to do some relaxing pottery painting, or drop into one of their regular events to learn new skills.
Rest assured, you can look forward to a warm, welcoming and creative atmosphere at the CCW. So, if you love crafting, then this could be the ideal venue to frequent.
If any of these sound good to you, then you’ll be happy to know that our stunning new park homes at Riverside Park give you easy access to all of them. So, not only will you be able to join the vibrant and friendly community at the park, but you’ll also be able to expand your social horizons at these fun meetups.
Have a look at our new homes and see if Riverside Park can tempt you!
If you are thinking of changing your lifestyle and are 50+ with no children, we highly recommend that you put your name down for one of the new homes that will be on the park once the improvements have been done.
I bought my new home in March 2007. I chose Delamere Grove partly because of the unusual layout of the park, e.g. with every plot being different.
As residents of Delamere Grove Park we find this a very pleasant place to live. Being in a rural area of Cheshire it has much to offer.
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