The Sale Moor Community Learning Centre opened in its current location on the Norris Road shop parade in 2006 after a short spell on Royton Avenue. It is a place to learn a new skill, get a qualification, attend a community meeting, go to a youth project, drop in to use the computers and much more!

The centre comfortably holds 12 learners with more seats available if required (up to 16 maximum). There is a small private room for 4 people with toilet, wash and storage space. The back yard can also be used on a nice day.

Internet access is available free most days at the centre and if you need to print in colour, black and white, scan or fax documents then all the tools are available. Small print runs are also possible. We can even help you design a poster or leaflet if your stuggling to do it yourself.

The Sale Moor “Do I.T. Yourself” Club is currently every Friday where we can help you with virus & malware support, computer set up (Mac & Windows), word processing and spreadsheet advice among much more. The centre will also be running adult courses on Street Art & Photoshop.

The usual School Holiday Projects, Sale Moor Youth Bank and Brink projects continue to be hosted at the centre for children and young people. Craft Club continues on a Tuesday afternoon from 11.30-2.30pm. Call ahead if you want to join as space is getting tight! You can also hire the Learning Centre for events and meetings. Call to discuss your requirements.

See the What’s On page or our social media feeds for latest times and activities.

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Timetable from 16th April 2018:

Drop In computer use available when courses/activities not running. Call ahead if you need support.

Mondays: 10am-2pm Internet Drop-In

Tuesdays: 11.30am-2.30pm Crafts Club 6.30pm-8.30pm Sale Moor Youth Bank

Wednesdays: CLOSED Daytime 6.30-8.30pm Brink Youth Project

Thursdays: 10am-1pm Job Club & Drop In 6-8pm Brink Youth Project

Fridays: 10am-1pm Do I.T. Yourself Computer Club & Drop-In 10am-12pm Improvers IT Course (starts 20th April) 1-3pm Everyday English (ESOL)