10 Aug

The Big Community Conversation – have your say

This year’s Big Community Conversation is reaching out to residents in order to get help with achieving North Tyneside Council’s bold ambitions outlined in Our North Tyneside Plan, which aim to make North Tyneside an even greater place to live, work and visit by 2025. Residents are invited to give their views about the place they…

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10 Aug

The Bread and Butter Thing – North Tyneside Food Hub

The Bread and Butter Thing is the new affordable food hub that offers £35 worth of food for £7.50. Members get three bags of shopping, including fresh fruit and veg, chilled goods and cupboard essentials. There are now four hubs across North Tyneside: Tuesday, 2:00pm: Longbenton Community Centre Wednesday, 1.30pm: Shiremoor Adventure Playground Thursday, 1.45pm:…

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10 Aug

Latest volunteering opportunities in North Tyneside

Read our latest volunteering round-up. for North Tyneside. Latest roles include: Northumbria Historic Churches Trust: Board of Trustees.  The Northumbria Coalition Against Crime: Odysseus Mentoring Project Independent Visitor Service North Tyneside Council: Volunteer Independent Visitors to befriend a child or young person living in care. Smart Works Newcastle: Data Entry and Admin Assistant

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09 Aug

New venue for Best Start North Tyneside parent peer support

From next week (week commencing Monday 8 August), our Best Start peer support group will be relocating their North Shields drop-in session to Hello World in North Shields. Best Start is a peer mentoring project for new parents in North Tyneside that aims to reduce parental isolation. Parent peer support volunteers are on hand to provide friendly…

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15 Jul

New Veteran Families Recovery College

Anxious Minds has launched a new Veteran Families Recovery College, based at the Wallsend Memorial Hall. All of the team have either served in the Armed Forces or are professional mental health and addiction support staff. Services include counselling, addiction support, support groups, outdoor therapy, support services, support for veteran families, and support back to work…

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10 Jul

Linskill Community Development Team Community Grapevine Newsletter – 8 July 2022

Huge thanks to Susan D from the Woollies who crocheted the brilliant Wimbledon themed bunting currently on display at Reception. Plus good luck Norrie for today’s semi-final!  You will see our newsletter is a bit shorter today as we head towards summer. Our regular activities will continue but the wider programme will be a little…

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09 Jul

Join in with the North Tyneside Art Trail

Good afternoon The North Tyneside Art Trail will be starting soon for 2022 and we want to encourage everyone to get involved! To help people get involved in being creative, we have produced a Community Compass Pack that can be used to develop a piece of art to add to the Trail itself, as well…

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30 Jun

NT LIFE Student Survey

Michele Spencer, Chief Officer, North Tyneside Community and Health Care Forum, undertook an NT LIFE student and volunteer survey 2021/22 to give them the opportunity to feed back about their experience. 22 people took the time to complete the survey and some of the students were happy to meet  Michele and share their personal journey….

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