Young people across Greenwich can develop their skills during the summer holidays with free courses and activities organised by Futureversity.
The youth charity is back with a summer programme for 11-19-year-olds (or up to 25 for those with disabilities), funded by Greenwich council.
This year there are more than 60 courses to choose from, covering music, performing arts, art, fashion, business skills, fitness and well-being.
All courses and activities offer unique opportunities for young people who live, work or study in the borough to learn valuable new skills and develop their potential, while having fun and making new friends.
The free programme runs from July 23 until August 17 and all courses are inclusive, all-ability and run by industry professionals.
Courses take place at different times and venues across Greenwich and in central London.
Bookings are now open.
For the full course programme and to book, visit www.futureversity.org or call 020 7247 7900.
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