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Citizens Advice, Colchester Library

Citizens Advice, Colchester Library

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Citizens Advice, Colchester Library

Date:
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Time:
11am to 1pm
Venue:
Colchester Library

Helpdesk for residents of Colchester.

Dementia Support Volunteering, Colchester Library

Dementia Support Volunteering, Colchester Library

senior gentleman talking to a younger woman

Dementia Support Volunteering, Colchester Library

Date:
Every third Monday of the month
Next event 18 December 2017
Time:
10am to 12.30pm
Venue:
Colchester Library

Age UK will be recruiting volunteers to enhance the life of people diagnosed with dementia.

Basic Computer Coaching, Colchester Library

Basic Computer Coaching, Colchester Library

Two hands type on a computer keyboard

Basic Computer Coaching, Colchester Library

Date:
Every Tuesday
Time:
10am to 11.30am
Venue:
Colchester Library

Sessions must be booked in advance please call 0345 603 7628 for details.

Welcome New Baby and You, Colchester Library

Welcome New Baby and You, Colchester Library

A group of mothers sit with their babies and toddlers.

Welcome New Baby and You, Colchester Library

Date:
Every Tuesday
Time:
10am to 12 noon
Venue:
Colchester Library

For new and expectant parents. Come for a coffee and a chat. Babies welcome.

Baby and Toddler Christmas Rhymetime 3, Colchester Library

Baby and Toddler Christmas Rhymetime 3, Colchester Library

happy toddler in santa hat surrounded by coloured lights

Baby and Toddler Christmas Rhymetime 3, Colchester Library

Date:
Wednesday 20 December 2017
Time:
10.15am to 10.45am
Venue:
Colchester Library

Join in with our Christmas rhymes and stories. Festive outfits welcome.