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Strathpeffer Community Association Ltd
School Road, Strathpeffer, IV14 9AG
Tel: 01997 421 989
In addition we have a wide variety of activities for you to take part in. There are a number of regular activities organised by individuals and local groups which can be found under Regular Activities.
For further information on these courses contact the centre on 01997 421 989 or email: email@example.com
Support for getting online
First Tuesday of each month 10am -11am
Do you or someone you know need help with using a tablet or smartphone. As part of One Digital project, we are here to help you access the things you want online.
One Digital is an exciting and unique collaborative digital skills programme developed by SCVO, Age UK, Citizens Online and Digital Unite with its partners Affinity Sutton and AbilityNet.
It is a new and innovative approach to the changing digital inclusion landscape where those who aren’t online are becoming harder to engage and need personal and long-term support to participate in today’s digitally-driven society.
Community Cooking Classes
Wednesday’s: 26th April, 3rd May, 10th May, 17th May
10.00am – 12.00 noon
This course is aimed at everyone in the community. The workshops will give you advice on cooking and new ideas to feed yourselves and your family with healthy food and keep to budget. We will look at traditional meals and options to give them a modern day twist.
Nessa Findlay will demonstrate a different dish each week and each participant then takes home the recipe and main ingredients to try for yourself for free.
This will be an informal workshop where you can ask questions and watch Nessa make the dish from scratch whilst having a cuppa and sharing experiences and ideas with each other.
Please call us or email to book your place.
Cooking Classes for Kids with Additional Needs
Saturday’s: 6th May, 20th May, 3rd June, 17th June
10.00am – 12.00 noon
This set of 4 classes is aimed at children over 10 year’s old who have additional needs and their parents. This is an opportunity for them to make some different dishes and take home the food.
Nessa Findlay, the tutor, will demonstrate a different dish each session and each family will follow and prepare a dish in an informal and supportive environment.
This is for a maximum of 8 families and provides an opportunity to support and encourage each other, share your experiences and give your child some valuable skills in cooking and trying new foods.
Contact us if you have any further questions.