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New Castle Hill adult learning centre opens

PUBLISHED: 15:29 14 September 2018 | UPDATED: 15:29 14 September 2018

Realise Futures new learning centre at Castle Hill Community Centre, Ipswich

Staff Latifa Rahman, Rich Webber, Rupali Ahuja, Castle Hill centre manager Garath Jones, Sarah McKeown and Sarah Hardy-Kiernan.

Realise Futures new learning centre at Castle Hill Community Centre, Ipswich Staff Latifa Rahman, Rich Webber, Rupali Ahuja, Castle Hill centre manager Garath Jones, Sarah McKeown and Sarah Hardy-Kiernan.

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Suffolk adult learning provider Realise Futures has opened a new learning centre off Norwich Road, in north west Ipswich.

Based at the Castle Hill Community Centre in Highfield Road, the learning centre offers adult learners a range of courses, including maths and English, skill for work, IT, health and wellbeing and family learning.

Realise Futures moved from Murrayside Learning Centre, when its lease expired in August and is pleased to have secured teaching and office space in this newly-renovated, neighbourhood community centre.

Deb Gibson, Realise Futures learning and development progression manager said: “The brilliant thing about Castle Hill is that so many local groups, services and organisations work from, or run, sessions from the centre. We are delighted and excited to be able add to the services available and to extend the learning opportunities available in this part of Ipswich.”

“Staff at the Castle Hill Community Trust have pulled out all the stops to settle us in, and anyone interested in learning about the community courses we run is welcome to drop in and see us or find out more from our website which is www.rflearn.co.uk” she added.

Realise Futures specialises in a range of training and employment services for people with disabilities and/or disadvantages, including employment support, adult learning community classes, and work opportunities at six social businesses in Suffolk.

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