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    Chair yoga is ideal for those who are not as active as they used to be, challenged by health problems, limited by age or other circumstances. It was developed in the 1980’s and focuses on exercising and stimulating the feet, legs, arms, neck, back and even the brain. It can help to improve circulation and enhance brain function if regularly practiced.Chair yoga is a simple and enjoyable way to aid your well being and can be done anywhere – all you need is a chair, a quite

    Bank Street Unitarian Chapel, Crown Street, BL1 2RU
    07533220579 mindandbodyyoga@outlook.com

    Date and Time: 26-Mar-2019 from 10:00 to 11:00

  2. Just The Job!

  3. Coffee Shop and drop-in

    The Well Coffee Shop is open every Tues-Fri, 10am-2pm and serves excellent coffee, homemade cakes and tasty lunch options at great prices. We also have volunteers and staff available to provide a listening ear, prayer and signposting for anyone who wants to drop in and speak to someone.We also offer competitive room hire and catering services, ring us on 01204 861 671 for more information.

    Baptist Church, Trafford Street, Farnworth, BL4 7PQ
    01204861671 alexmalone@farnworthbaptist.org.uk

    Date and Time: 26-Mar-2019 from 09:30 to 14:00

  4. Financial Freedom

  5. Harwood Writers

    Have you got a hidden talent for writing that needs to be set free? Why not join Harwood Writers and find out! The group writes in a range of genres and styles -  from poetry to prose -  and welcome all new members whatever your writing talent or experience. Sessions are friendly and informal, and there is no obligation to read out your work.Sessions take place on every Tuesday afternoon from 1.15pm - 3pm. No need to book.

    Harwood Library , Gate Fold, BL2 3HN
    01204 332340 harwood.library@bolton.gov.uk

    Date and Time: 26-Mar-2019 from 13:15 to 15:15

  6. Youth Session 12-19 years

    13-19? Bored? Want something to do? Nowhere to go? Castle Hill Young Peoples Centre run by Bolton Play & Youth Service offers a range of activities designed and delivered by you! Whether it be drama, sports, arts or music, our staff are on hand to help facilitate every session to meet your needs. Youth Workers are on hand to offer confidential information or advice on relationships, bullying, health issues, the law and anything else which may affect you. Get involved, make a

    Castle Hill Young Peoples Centre, Castleton Street, Tonge Moor, BL2 2JW
    01204 338190 positive.activities@bolton.gov.uk

    Date and Time: 26-Mar-2019 from 18:30 to 20:45

  7. Weekly Dance Drama Singing and Stage Classes/Courses available

    Bolton gold mark accredited Academy. Daily and weekly classes for children aged 3 years and upwards in Dance Singing Drama and Stage. First Class free with prices from £3.75. Discounts are applied for more than one child from the same family. eg Brother sister etc.. The classes are fun based and could lead onto shows and accredited examinations in dance ,drama and singing! Established school over 27 years fully accredited staff all registered with the Bolton Sports and development dept. Crb

    First Floor And Second Floor 38, Great Moor Street, BL1 1NJ
    01204 842481 ddawson@boltonacademy.co.uk

    Date and Time: 26-Mar-2019 from 16:00 to 21:00

  8. Talent Match

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    “ Talent match is a greater Manchester funded programme held across the borough aimed at targeting 18-24 years old that are the furthest away from employment.Myself and Jade are the talent coaches for our organisation and our role is to work with 10 young people each, taking an holistic approach, with a view to improving the chances of employment for that young person.The young people we may work with can be faced with a range of difficulties, from family

    125 Deansgate, BL1 1HA
    01204 522855 enquiries@boltonymca.co.uk

    Date and Time: 26-Mar-2019 from 00:00 to 00:00

  9. ESOL

  10. Job Club

    The job club is open each week on a Wednesday afternoon, between 2pm and 4.15pm. Our aim to is to support Deaf and Hard of Hearing people into work or into voluntary roles where possible. An interpreter is on site for the afternoon and volunteers are all able to sign. There is no need to arrange an appointment, you can just drop in.

    Bark Street, BL1 2AX
    01204 521219 info@boltondeafsociety.co.uk

    Date and Time: 27-Mar-2019 from 14:00 to 16:15

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