As part of Durham County Council's Adult Learning & Skills Service, East Durham Trust delivered a wide range of courses throughout East Durham, including family learning, musical craft, gardening, digital knowledge, employability, courses for victims of domestic abuse and more.
We also ran a wide range of School Holiday Sessions for families, including:
Active Families - Getting active with the family through various sports and games. Family Arts & Crafts - Getting crafty as a family with fun arts activities. Family Digital Skills - Learning how to get the best use out of technology as a family. Grow To Eat - Having a go at growing your own food in fun, hands on family sessions. Healthy Homes - Learning how to keep yourself and your family safe through creative fun activities with arts, crafts and puzzles. Music Families - Making musical instruments from recycled materials to play as a family. Start Again - Getting crafty with the family and have a go at up-cycling some household items and making decorations from recycled materials with our Shabby Chic.
All courses and activities held included a FREE buffet.
Our final sessions took place in August 2019.
Adult Learning Stories
The following article was published in the Spring 2019 issue of Durham County News...
East Durham Trust Community House Yoden Road Peterlee SR8 5DP T: 0191 5693511
Charity No: 1117642 Company No: 05934124
WHAT WE DO
We help the communities of the former district of Easington which is made up 20 distinct areas, most of which are former Pit villages that continue to be hugely affected by deprivation following the closure of the Pits. We run a wide range of projects to help the community fight disadvantage including food parcels, telephone befriending for the socially isolated, helping people in the downward spiral of debt, supporting people to get the benefits they deserve, providing holiday activities with food, getting the disengaged engaged with the arts and more.