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Learn Something New this New Year at The Hive

The Hive is kicking off the New Year with a programme of adult learning activities, talks and business events to help people keep their resolutions.

Whether it’s improving online knowledge, learning another language or discovering family history there are a variety of courses starting in January to choose from.

Businesses and entrepreneurs will also benefit from the opportunity to make connections and achieve new business goals at the business breakfasts series and evening workshops held at The Hive from 7 February.

The first live talk of the New Year is delivered by Professor Maggie Andrews from the University of Worcester on Wednesday 18 January. The discussion will cover the legacy left by World War 1 on Worcestershire women.

Laura Worsfold, Business Development Manager at The Hive, said: “With every New Year comes a promise to try something different, upskill or start a new hobby. As a multi partnership venue we are fortunate that we can offer our visitors a hugely diverse range of courses and events. There is something for everyone!

“2017 is an important year for The Hive, as it marks the 5th anniversary of the opening of the building. People can expect more events and celebrations as we approach the milestone in July.”

The Hive’s latest What’s On Guide is now available and lists the full range of courses, events and discussions taking place at The Hive from January through to April.

The programmes range from 12 week courses to one off workshops and talks. The Hive’s programme of activities are provided by Worcestershire Country Council, Libraries and Learning Service, the University of Worcester, Local Businesses and Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service.

For more information about events at The Hive, or to sign up to the mailing list, you can go to Visit The Hive and pick up the new January to April What’s On guide or speak to a member of staff.

The Hive is open seven days a week 8.30am to 10pm.