THE COMMUNITY Education Programme at Prince Henry’s Grammar School is enrolling local people in 45 new courses and day workshops.

The classes and workshops include eight languages, a host of hobbies and interests – and a new local partnership.

Otley Maker Space are partnering with the programme to provide a new course called “Make New and Mend”, where participants will be able to explore creative ways to repair, reuse and re-invent old stuff, with a focus on practical projects for living sustainably.

Programme Director Christopher Lillington said: “Along with everyone, we are carefully considering our impact on the environment and this seemed the perfect opportunity to join with another local organisation for the benefit of our community. We hope people will enjoy this new course, and our whole programme, as we try and rebuild the programme after such a difficult 18 months. Come along and relax and enjoy learning new skills with us.”

The full programme is available on the school’s website or call for a brochure.