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Learn safe and effective physical, breathing and vocal warm-ups to prepare the body, mind and voice for singing. Develop vocal techniques to enhance sound production, tone and projection. Learn songs in different parts (harmony singing). Sing songs in different styles. Develop confidence in singing with others. All levels welcome.

Come and spend a relaxing 2 hours on Monday evenings in a supportive and friendly environment to create exciting art works with acrylic paint, mixed media and collage with a fun and experimental approach. We will study drawing and painting techniques, working from life, as well as using photography as a tool and aid for creating more unusual compositions. You will have the opportunity to look at other artists work for inspiration, and to work on developing your own style. No experience is needed, if you are a complete beginner or would like to expand your artistic skills, all are welcome.

Learn how to make beautiful vintage style accessories, such as tiaras, head dresses, bangles and necklaces. Working in a very friendly relaxed environment, attendees will learn basic techniques in wire forming and how to attach beads and buttons to decorate final pieces.

This course teaches the basics of the French language and is great fun! It is meant for people with little or no knowledge of French. Absolute beginners as well as post beginners will learn how to get by in France and so this course would be very beneficial for people who are possibly planning a short trip there. It is taught by a native speaker.

To build your confidence at developing drawing skills through instruction, using shapes, and practical, simple activities. These will comprise of sketching, using pencil or charcoal, and it would also include using different media such as watercolour, acrylics, pastel, line work such stippling, cross-hatching, scribbling, etc. Collage could also be used.

What sort of work did people in Belgrave do in the past – and how did they spend their leisure? This illustrated talk will cover framework knitting in Belgrave village, the growth of the British United and other local businesses, the Belgrave Flower Show, balloon ascents and other entertainments.

This taster session will begin with a brief account of the origins and history of the Leicester Navigation, set in the context of the development of Leicestershire’s system of navigable rivers and canals. It will then focus on the navigation as it passes through Belgrave, identifying the changes to the nature of the river itself, and the impact of these changes on the neighbourhood. This account will be supported by maps and documents.

Come along and try your hand at drawing and painting plants and flowers in this beautiful setting. You will be encouraged to develop your observational, drawing and painting skills, to create a simple botanical composition, in this friendly and relaxed taster session’.

Walk around Belgrave Hall’s beautiful gardens with plant expert Sally Cunningham and discover where some of your familiar garden plants came from – the answers may surprise you! Find out the real reasons some of our plants were grown in the past. Also, introducing seed saving techniques.

What sort of work did people in Belgrave do in the past – and how did they spend their leisure? This illustrated talk will cover framework knitting in Belgrave village, the growth of the British United and other local businesses, the Belgrave Flower Show, balloon ascents and other entertainments.

This taster session will begin with a brief account of the origins and history of the Leicester Navigation, set in the context of the development of Leicestershire’s system of navigable rivers and canals. It will then focus on the navigation as it passes through Belgrave, identifying the changes to the nature of the river itself, and the impact of these changes on the neighbourhood. This account will be supported by maps and documents.

Come along and try your hand at drawing and painting plants and flowers in this beautiful setting. You will be encouraged to develop your observational, drawing and painting skills, to create a simple botanical composition, in this friendly and relaxed taster session’.

Walk around Belgrave Hall’s beautiful gardens with plant expert Sally Cunningham and discover where some of your familiar garden plants came from – the answers may surprise you! Find out the real reasons some of our plants were grown in the past. Also, introducing seed saving techniques.