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This section contains details of adult learning facilities for parents, adults and senior citizens as well as charities providing activities for those with disabilities.

Learning options include GCSE English and maths courses.

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    Read Easy - Torbay - Adult learning

    There are lots of reasons why some people may have found it difficult to learn to read at school, but the really good news is that it’s never too late to learn.  Read Easy (Torbay) provides: a trained volunteer reading coach to work with you…
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    Adult Education - Learn Devon

    Learn Devon offer tutored sessions for parents to advance their learning skills. The Children Centre may be able to offer Creche facilities depending on numbers.  Maths and English courses are rolling throughout the year.   Venues may vary.
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    ACE - Access to Community Education

    Access to Community Education (ACE) is a charity, working in partnership with South Devon College, offering courses and social activities to adults (19+) with a physical disability. We provide the following activities: Swimming, Sportsmobility, Drawing and Painting and a Social Morning of Guest Speakers/Activities, term-time…
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    Adult and Community Learning Department, South Devon CollegeVantage Point, Long RoadPaigntonSouth DevonTQ4 7EJ

    Torbay Gateway Club

    The Gateway Club is a social club for adults with learning disabilities.  We put on events including bingo, indoor games, discos, arts, crafts, social activities and outings. There are also refreshments available. A weekly subscription of £1 is payable for attendance. Gateway also offer a…
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    Jasmyn HouseMidvale RoadPaigntonDevonTQ4 5BD

    Honiton Community Action Trust - The Community Church (HCAT)

    Part of The Community Church, Honiton, the team consists mainly of volunteers. We provide mentoring and support for those suffering from Alcohol or Drug Addiction, single parents and those going through the Criminal Justice system. We have a Debt Advice service and support for those…
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    The Kings BuildingLees BuildingHigh StreetHonitonDevonEX14 1DH

    Advanced Learner Loans

    You can apply for an Advanced Learner Loan to help with the costs of a course at a college or training provider in England. Loan eligibility doesn’t depend on your income and there are no credit checks Check if you’re eligible before you apply for…
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    University of the Third Age (U3A) - Paignton

    Paignton U3A  (University of the Third Age), provides educational, creative and leisure opportunities for retired and semi-retired people.   We hold monthly general meetings, often with a speaker. We have over 30 interest groups, held at various times/ locations.  See our website for information.  …
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    Redcliffe Hotel4 Marine DrivePaigntonDevonTQ3 3NL
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