COMMUNITY USERS


Dene Ward Councillors

 

Wendy Taylor 2817018 wendy.taylor@newcastle-libdems.org.uk

Karen Robinson           karen.robinson61@yahoo.co.uk

Bob Renton 2665168 bob.renton@newcastle-libdems.org.uk
hold monthly surgery at St Georges U.R.C. on the first Thursday in the month (except December) from 6.30pm – 7.30pm.

Residents can come for advice or help on council matters eg parking, pavements, roads, housing etc.

 

You can also contact us by phone or e-mail

 

Website is www.newcastle-libdems.org.uk


High Heaton Townswomen's Guild

Chairperson:  Mrs M Brown, Tel 07534 433346


Our Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of the month from 7-9pm, in the minor hall of St George’s United Reformed Church (entrance on Boundary Gardens).
 High Heaton Townswomen’s Guild is a welcoming guild to all.  As a group we are friendly and try to support each other, offering lifts where possible and keeping in touch if members are unable to attend.
We have excellent speakers at our regular monthly meetings and arrange a variety of social activities including outings, meals out, craft fayres, theatre visits, and an Annual Garden Party. We recently held a successful coffee morning in aid of Comic Relief, which the Townswomen’s Guild are supporting this year.
You can be sure of a warm welcome if you come along to our meetings- why not come along and see for yourself?


2017 Programme so far….


February 28th. Speaker – Mr Maderley on “Journey around my whale”


March 28th   Annual General Meeting


April 25th     Speakers are Mr & Mrs Gilbert- an evening of slides and music.


St. George’s Pre-School Ltd

St George's Pre-School, formerly called the Playgroup has been providing sessional care for over 45 years, and is open from Monday to Friday from 9.00 am to 12 noon and also Monday to Wednesday afternoons, during term time only. It has a manager, deputy and three members of staff, all of whom have appropriate child care certificates. The Pre-School is in receipt of funding for nursery education for three and four-year olds, and is inspected by OFSTED, the last occasion being June 2010.

The children are cared for in a happy and relaxed environment, and are well occupied with a range of activities set out in the large hall, which is bright and welcoming, and displays childrens work on the walls. There is a wide range of equipment, which is suitable for the childrens developmental needs. Staff support and extend the children’s learning as the children play. The smaller hall is used for quiet activities, such as story-telling, or singing, and there is also a side room, which contains a computer for the childrens use.

New parents are provided with a basic prospectus that outlines information about the group. Parents have access to policies, and the planning each day is available to view. Staff are always willing to discuss any issues or concerns with parents.

Activities in the room are set out to reflect the six areas of learning, which are Communication, Language and Literacy; Mathematics; Personal Social and Emotional Development; Knowledge and Understanding of the World; Physical Development; and Creative Development.

For further information, please contact the Playgroup Leader, Mrs Val Kane, on 0191 266 4090, or 07940 769180


PROBUS CLUB U.K.

HEATON PROBUS CLUB

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A warm welcome to retired and semi-retired men.
WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT.
Friendship. Companionship, opportunity to meet new people.
Maintain your mind and broaden your knowledge.
We meet every two weeks (Wednesday 10.00 for l0.30 until 12.00)
The meetings start of with free coffee, when you can have an informal
chat with club members, a more formal talk follows normally by a visiting
speaker, for about 35-40 minutes. Topics for talks cover a broad range of
subjects, and have recently included subjects on JESMOND DENE,
LAUGHTER  IS THE  BEST MEDICINE,  THE  LANCASTER  BOMBER, 
HOSPITAL CHAPLAINCY, and WRITERS AND REVOLUTIONARIES OF THE NORTH.
Twice a year we go out for lunch with our wives to various hotels in the area.
Costs, As a club that caters for retired men, we focus on keeping membership subscriptions to an absolute minimum.
Yearly Subscription-   £6.00
Fortnightly Meeting -   £2.00
VENUE------------- St George's U.R.C. Church, Boundary Gardens Heaton.
What to do next— Drop in to see us on any of our meeting days,
Sit in on the meeting for a trial visit if you wish, telephone or email :-
Secretary, Geoff Garrett—07944821404. Email geoffgarrettuk@googlemail.com

 

 

Programme- June to December 2017

 

14th June—Midsummer Lunch

June 28th ----Stephen Brown,—WW1 & WW2 Wrecks off the British Coast.      
July 12th ----- Andrew Clark,— Postcards from Heaton, Byker and Walker.
July 26th ----- Wendy Stafford, - Surtees of the 95th Rifles.
Sept 6th -----Ben Haddon,— 1950’s and my part in them.
Sept 20th ---Prof Derry—, From Crisis to Victory.
Oct 4th ----- Brian Cryer,— Electricity Supply.
Oct 18th----Segedunum Visit.
Nov 1st ----Anniversary Lunch.
Nov 15th –Alan Sidney Wilmot, —Local Hero’s Gone but not forgotten.
Nov 29th –Kath Smith, —Christmas Traditions.
Dec 13th – Alan Sidney Wilmot, —Xmas Quiz(With Mince Pies).

 


Dance Fitness

Meets every Tuesday at 6.30 p.m.

For more information email lynn.zumbaluv@gmail.com