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Keep Learning with ACL

The 5 Ways to Wellbeing, actions set out by the New Economics Foundation to improve mental wellbeing are:

  • Give
  • Take Notice
  • Keep Learning
  • Be Active
  • Connect

It has been proven that if we build these 5 actions into our day-to-day life then we can have better wellbeing. The Adult Community Learning offer an opportunity to keep learning through their free courses. Attending any of their courses though offers more than just that one way to wellbeing. You will connect, be active and hopefully take notice.

The courses are 2.5 hours and run for 6 weeks. Click on the links below to download the new year schedules for January and February in Colchester:

January course list

February course list

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