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Free workshops available in Newcastle

Choice Support have sponsored Monkfish Productions CIC to deliver a series of Josephine and Jack workshops starting in April.

These free workshops are available for both men and women with learning disabilties in the Newcastle area. They will be focusing on different themes for women and men, but both give opportunities for people to learn about keeping healthy and safe especially in relationships.

By working together with Monkfish Productions CIC we are very pleased to be able to offer these unique workshops in the North East of England.

Women can find out more about the Josephine workshop and book here.

Men can find out more about the Jack workshop and book here.

Learn more about training run by users of services here.

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