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Prudhoe Business Forum is a bi-monthly meeting providing an opportunity for all businesses in Prudhoe to get together to discuss local issues, proposals and events as well as hearing from Guest speakers. The meetings are advertised in the Prudhoe Business Community Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/1978500275710767/ Become a group member to keep abreast of what is going on in Prudhoe for the Business Community.
The Spetchells Centre, Front Street, Prudhoe, Northumberland
Spetchells Centre is the purpose built community hub for all local information and services located on Front Street. Rooms can be hired for meetings and offices can be leased when available on favourable terms for community groups and local businesses. Inside Spetchells Centre, you will find Prudhoe Library, Northumberland County Council Revenue and Benefit Team, Northumbria Police and West Northumberland Food Bank. The Centre contains offices for Prudhoe Town Council, Red Hot Property and Mortal Fools. There is an Job Seekers Drop In on Friday morning and a Talking Matters group on Monday mornings. Groups meeting regularly at Spetchells Centre include University of Third Age, Community Crafters and Northumberland Credit Union. The building is managed by Prudhoe Community Partnership and you will find the Manager, Julie Smith in the Partnership office each weekday morning. Ring Julie for bookings on 01661 839470 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Spetchells Centre, Front Street, Prudhoe, Northumberland, NE42 5AA
1248 (Prudhoe) Squadron, Air Training Corps Parade nights:Tuesday & Thursday Parade times:19:00 – 21:30 OC:Flight Lieutenant P Towns RAF VR(T)
Swalwell Close, Prudhoe, Northumberland
The 1st Prudhoe Scout Group is based in the former mining town of Prudhoe, only 10 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne on the south bank of the River Tyne. Here a 30m long stone and marbel hillside badger marks the path to our Norman castle which guards our Scout hut and the home of our thriving scouting community.
Station Road, Prudhoe, Northumberland
Monday’s 9:30am – Metafit 10am – Insanity Abs & Core @ Prudhoe Town Community Centre, West Wylam 11am – PiYo Live 50 @SICA, Stocksfield 5:30pm – Metafit 6pm – PiYo Live 30 @ St Barnabas Church Hall, Rowlands Gill 7pm – Metafit 7:30pm – Insanity’s Abs & Core @ The Tory Club , Prudhoe Tuesday’s: 9:30am- Insanity Live 30 10am – PiYo Live 30 @ Prudhoe Town Community Centre, West Wylam 6pm – Metafit 6:30pm – Insanity’s Abs & Core @ St John’s Community Hall, Greenside Wednesday’s: 9:30am – Metafit 10am – Insanity Abs & Core @ Prudhoe Town Community Centre, West Wylam 11:30am – PiYo Live 50 @ St John’s Hall, Meadowfield Road, Stocksfield 6:30pm – Totally Shredded 7:30pm – Totally Shredded @ The Tory Club, Prudhoe Thursday’s: 5:30pm – Totally Shredded Bootcamp @ St Barnabas Church Hall, Rowlands Gill 7pm – Totally Shredded Bootcamp 8pm – PiYo Live 50 @ The Tory Club, Prudhoe Friday’s 9:30am – Totally Shredded – ShredMax 10am – Insanity Abs & Core @ Prudhoe Town Community Centre, West Wylam 6pm – Totally Shredded @ St John’s Community Hall, Greenside Saturday’s 9:30am – Metafit 10am Insanity Abs & Core 10:30am – PiYo Live 50 […]
Mobile Business, Prudhoe, Northumberland
Castle TRI is a friendly Triathlon club based in Prudhoe, Northumberland. We have a full team of qualified, expert coaches offering regular swim, bike and run training sessions. You are guaranteed a warm welcome and a supportive atmosphere at all of our sessions. Castle Tri aims to help you reach your goals, big or small, in swimming, cycling and running. We believe everyone can benefit from being a part of our club activities, whatever your fitness level and experience, from complete beginner to competitive racer. That’s why our club motto is “Train Hard, Stand Proud.”
Spetchells Centre, Front Street, Prudhoe, Northumberland
Dragon Tale Theatre Group (DTTG) has been in existence since the year 2000. The group works with a wide range of children (8yrs +), young adults and adults of all ages drawn from the local community to work on and produce an annual pantomime. The Group is active all year round with the AGM being held in February and rehearsals starting in April for an October performance each year. A wide range of skills are covered: acting; singing; dancing; stage-craft; costume production and general wardrobe skills; make-up and wig skills; sound and lighting production; scenery and props production; music support; fund-raising; ticket sales and front of house; administration tasks and social activities. In addition the Group seeks to promote an increase in self-confidence, self-esteem and social interaction through the valuing of all skills and contributions to the Group and wider community. DTTG especially seeks to support young people and adults who are experiencing difficulties in their lives, including family problems as well as medical and mental health issues, through participation in all its activities. In addition, a wider appreciation of Prudhoe and the local community comes from press coverage – Hexham Courant, Newcastle Evening Chronicle and Newcastle Journal. The annual […]
Front Street, Prudhoe, Northumberland
Fuse Cinema was launched in March 2014 to provide a wide range of films, and the best of the latest cinema releases, all at an affordable price. We screens films on two or three Saturdays each month. The cinema is managed by Fuse Community Cinema CIC volunteers. Our auditorium features tiered seating of 100 seats, a digital projector and Dolby 7.1 surround sound. The cinema shop sells tickets, popcorn, sweets, ice cream as well as hot & cold drinks. Be a part of it! This is a cinema for the people of Prudhoe and Tynedale and we’d love you to get involved! You don’t need to be a film buff. From selling tickets and popcorn to picking the films that we show, you can be part of Fuse Cinema in many ways See our website for the latest upcoming Movies
Our county is split into Division areas which cover our Rainbow, Brownie, Guide and Senior Section units If you need to contact them to discuss anything they are: Division Covers Email Morpeth Amble, Longhorsley, Morpeth, Pegswood, Stannington, Tritlington, Warkworth, Widdrington email@example.com Tynedale West Bellingham, Haltwhistle, Hexham firstname.lastname@example.org Berwick Berwick, Ford, Lowick, Norham, Spittal, Wooler email@example.com Alnwick Alnmouth, Alnwick, Felton, Longhoughton, Rothbury, Swarland firstname.lastname@example.org Ashington Ashington, Bedlington, Bedlington Station, Cresswell, Ellington, Guidepost, Linton, Lynemouth, Newbiggin, Stakeford email@example.com Cramlington Cramlington, New Hartley, Seaton Deleval, Seaton Sluice firstname.lastname@example.org Tynedale East Corbridge, Heddon-on-the –wall, Ovingham, Prudhoe, Stocksfield, Wylam email@example.com Blyth Blyth firstname.lastname@example.org Castle Ward Ponteland, Stamfordham email@example.com
Happy Faces is a youth club based in Prudhoe. To help children in our community with a learning need or caring responsibility to feel socially included. Monday evenings Youth Club – 5pm – 6.30pm at St Matthews Church Hall – but please check the Facebook page for details. Tuesday evening Football Training – at Ferndene, Prudhoe 6.00pm – 7.00pm. Please note : the Youth club is run in conjunction with North East Youth. the Football sessions are run in conjunction with Ferndene and the Newcastle United FC Foundation.
St Matthews Church Hall, South Road, Prudhoe, Northumberland, NE42
Our Society Our Society was formed about a quarter of a century ago by Jim Standish, who is now our Life President. We have about 60 members, many of whom, but my no means all, are now retired. We have successfully produced several local history books, and the profits from these have kept our subs at an artificially low rate, considering the quality of the speakers that we attract. Annual membership is currently £8. Non members are very welcome at any of our meetings on payment of £1.50 per visit. We meet on the LAST Wednesday of every month, from September to April (except for the December meeting, which is on the 2nd Wednesday of the month) In May and June we organise outings to places of historic interest.Meetings commence at 7.30pm in the Parish Hall, Front Street Prudhoe, NE42 5PW, except for the April AGM which begins at 7.15pm.
Parish Hall, Front Street Prudhoe, NE42 5PW
Prudhoe & District U3A extends a warm welcome to you all Prudhoe & District U3A was formed in 2007. We now have over 100 members in our organisation and would love more people to join us. We are a friendly organisation with lots of activities and interests. The U3A is not about study and qualifications, It is about members improving the quality of their lives by getting together to share interests and join in activities. Our members are from all walks of life and are either retired or part time working. We all have different life experiences to share with each other.
St Mary Magdalene Parish Hall Front Street Prudhoe
Prudhoe Waterworld, Front Street, Prudhoe, Northumberland
Prudhoe Community Allotment is sited at Redwell Court in Prudhoe. The site has been converted to an allotment garden with specific facilities for disabled gardening. The facilities include raised beds, a potting shed, disabled toilet and specially designed pathways and entrance with easy access. Prudhoe Community Allotment is a facility for everyone, from gardening novices to experts. There are plenty of opportunities to learn and share skills and techniques as well as to enjoy the company of like-minded individuals. Prudhoe Community Allotment members meet as a group on Wednesdays and Fridays between 10 am and 1 pm throughout the year to share the work involved in the general upkeep of the site. Members who rent own raised bed or small plot have access to these throughout the week all the year round so that they can raise their own crops and harvest their own produce. Visiting the site on any Wednesday or Friday morning between 10 am and 12 noon at Prudhoe Community Allotment, Redwell Court, Prudhoe, NE42 5NY.
Prudhoe Community Allotment, Redwell Court, Prudhoe, NE42 5NY
We are a local community band who welcomes players of all ages and abilities. We practice every Saturday during term time from 9.45am to 11.45am. Please help us raise money for band funds by using our webshop. Anything you buy online using this will generate a donation. If you would like to book the band, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prudhoe Community Choir meet on Wednesdays 7:45-9:45pm at Stocksfield Baptist Church. We are a mixed choir, singing a wide variety of popular and choral pieces. Please message us if you are interested in joining or come along one Wednesday evening.
Stocksfield Baptist Church, Stocksfield, Northumberland
The Northumbria Army Cadet Force (ACF)is one of the UK’s oldest, largest and most successful youth organisations. Sponsored by the Ministry of Defence it has a long and proud history of preparing young people to achieve the most out of their lives. Boys and and girls aged between 12 and 18 are eligible to join. They participate in a varied programme of military training which includes map reading and shooting, sport and adventurous activities including the Duke of Edinburgh’s award scheme. They have the opportunity for travel both within the UK and overseas and can earn vocational qualifications.
Swalwell Close, Prudhoe, Northumberland, NE42 6EX
Prudhoe Dolphins is a local swimming club for children aged between 8 and 18 years of age. Founded in 1992, it provides a friendly environment to promote and improve children’s swimming abilities with members from both Northumberland and Tyne and Wear. As well as the regularly weekly training, the club holds many events throughout the year including termly fun sessions, yearly timings and its annual presentation night.
Prudhoe Waterworld, Front Street, Prudhoe, Northumberland, NE42 5DQ
Prudhoe Town Allotment Sites: Prudhoe Town allotments are situated at Castle Dene, Stoney Flatts, Edgewell and Redwell in Prudhoe. The allotment sites are provided by Prudhoe Town Council and managed by Prudhoe Gardeners’ Association. Allotment plots can only be rented by people who live within the parish boundary which includes Mickley and Prudhoe. Prudhoe Gardeners’ Association Committee: Prudhoe Gardeners’ Association has a committee which is responsible for the running of the association. Their duties includes managing the allotment waiting lists, collecting annual rents and membership fees, regular inspections of the allotments every year to ensure that these are maintained to an acceptable standard, accounts, association records, running the Hut, dealing with site matters such as repairs to taps, access and any other problems that tenants may have. Prudhoe Gardeners’ Association Hut: Prudhoe Gardeners’ Association runs the Gardeners’ Association Hut situated behind the West Wylam Inn in Prudhoe. The Hut opens on Saturday mornings. From January to the end of September the opening hours are 10 am till 12 noon. From October to November we open from 10 am till 11 am but close in December till the first Saturday after the New Year holiday. Prudhoe Gardeners’ Association Hut Facilities: The Hut […]
Hut behind West Wylam Inn, Front Street, Prudhoe