THE Community Education Programme at Prince Henry’s Grammar School in Otley continues to grow, with hundreds of local people attending classes every evening at the school.

This year, the programme has expanded to include one-off workshops and, as a result, new partnerships have been formed in Otley.

Solicitor Rebecca Middleton, of Newstead and Walker in Otley, will be joining the programme to run a specialist session providing a general oversight of wills and lasting power of attorney. This special session will take place at Prince Henry’s on Thursday, March 21st, from 7pm-9pm.

“We are delighted that Rebecca will be joining us to deliver this session. We have enjoyed developing our new weekend and weekday one-off workshops and this will be a great addition to the list. Community partnerships are very important to us, whether with students or tutors, so we are very pleased to welcome Rebecca to the team,” said Christopher Lillington, Assistant Headteacher: Learning Community.

As well as this session, Prince Henry’s is offering one-off workshops and tasters in yoga, observational drawing, art history, African drumming, sewing and more.

To enrol for any of the sessions, visit and go to Community/Community Education.