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What a lovely sight at our Winton House Garden!

  

Age Concern offers computer tuition for the over 55’s at Winton House every Thursday morning. Tuition is on a one to one basis for one hour at either 10.00, 11.00, or 12.00. The course lasts for 6 weeks and costs £25. Clients are invited to bring their own laptop or tablet and each session is designed to meet individual requirements. To enrol, either drop into Winton House and complete the enrolment form or call Ken Jones on 02392 632 740.

    

Livvy's work is currently on display in our Pop-in Cafe. Come and have a cuppa whilst enjoying the work of a local artist.

Drawing the human figure is a good way to sharpen observational skills, but it’s also a great way to unleash your creativity regardless of drawing ability, boosting your hand-eye coordination in the process. It’s great for mental alertness and relaxation and will help to improve your skills in all aspects of art. 
Whether you want to brush up your drawing skills or try something new, kick start the New Year and sign up. There are tutored and untutored classes available, monthly on Tuesday evenings 6:45- 9:15pm starting on Tuesday 13th February. Please call Livvy for more details 07932 647 847 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Facebook LivvysLifeDrawing.

 Hosted  by two medical NHS doctors, who are members of the British Menopause Society, who will be on hand to answer your questions.
Come along to the Hampshire Menopause Cafe, for a chance to meet, chat, have coffee and cake, or tea, and find out more about the menopause.
It will offer a confidential, respectful environment, with an opportunity to share experiences and concerns.
This is an opportunity to gain knowledge within a safe, accessible space, with no taboo questions.

Apply for tickets at Eventbrite (search Hampshire Menopause Cafe): Eventbrite - Menopause Cafe Hampshire Tickets

The fabulous volunteers that make Winton House Centre the special place for the community that it is, enjoyed their party here last week. It was also an opportunity to say farewell to Sheridan Rocher, the former Centre Manager here at Winton House Centre. Sheridan has been central to transforming Winton House Centre to a place that welcomes the public, puts people at the centre of all its activities and is a place that draws people to enjoy its Pop-In Cafe and general community chatter. A big thank you both to our fantastic volunteers and to the lovely Sheridan.