Learn to tell your life story in Nailsea workshop

PUBLISHED: 10:00 03 November 2017

Number 65 in Nailsea which will be home to the new digital services.

Number 65 in Nailsea which will be home to the new digital services.

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People can learn how to create their life story using photos at a digital workshop in Nailsea.

Nailsea Town Council is running seven sessions to help older people to create a photo book for their families.

The course, entitled Letter to My Grandchild in Photos, starts on November 13 and is being led by the council’s arts and health specialist Elspeth Penny.

Elspeth will be showing people how to tell their life stories using old photos and people will also be able to learn skills to enable them to connect with loved ones all over the world.

Sessions will run on November 13 and 14, 20, 27, 28 and December 5 and 11 from 10am until noon.

The course is free, except for a £10 contribution towards the price of printing the book, and people can book by calling 01275 855277.

The sessions are being held at Number 65 High Street – which is home to Nailsea’s new health and digital support service.

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