Getting Out and About

Lifelong Learning

Participation in further education and learning activities can offer a positive contribution to quality of life and continuing independence. Research studies have found that continuing learning during retirement may provide protection for the ageing brain against decline and dementia. It can also provide opportunities for social interaction that reduce feelings of isolation and include older people in their local community activities.

Community Learning Centres

Offer various activities and courses such as keep-fit, language courses, computing and crafts. They also play host to a wide range of clubs and societies.

Tel: 01834 861712

Age Cymru Pembrokeshire 

Can provide individual tuition on how to use a computer and access the internet.  

Tel: 01437 769972

Pembrokeshire College

Runs a range of adult community classes at community centres and village halls throughout Pembrokeshire. These include:

  • Daytime and Evening
  • Short Courses
  • One day workshops
  • Accredited
  • Running throughout the year (including outside of term time)

Tel: 01437 753139

U3A (University of the Third Age) 

Is a self-help organisation for older people no longer in full time employment to take up educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment. Members share their knowledge, skills and experience to learn from each other.

ID: 2009, revised 05/07/2022