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Events at Trimdon Station Community CentreSocial Dance with Teach-In: 7.30 - 10.30pm every last Saturday in Month Learn a New Dance - Sequence, Ballroom and Latin. £5 entry. Licensed Bar availableFor information about events at the centre contact Derek on 01429 882200 or Carole on 07983359902
Flying HighMeet every Wednesday night from 7pm to 8 pm at Newton Aycliffe Youth Centre. MAD Productions is a group of ordinary people, looking to make things extraordinary for young people in and around the town of Newton Aycliffe. The aim of MAD Productions is to give young people a place of safety to meet and enjoy drama, singing and dancing. The young people are currently working with Shirley a RADAR, trained teacher who is using her own unique skills to develop and bring out confidence in these young people to enable them to perform in a way they would never have thought possible. So if you are between 8 and 18 and are interested in the arts why not come along and see for yourself. The President of MAD Productions Sonia Scott, who as a matter of fact is in her 15th year of working with MAD Productions said “ It is amazing to see the young people developing in skill and confidence and enjoying themselves at the same time”. During her time with MAD Productions Sonia has lost count of the number of children who have come through the doors but she is now seeing some of the young people with children of her own.
Job ClubEvery Tuesday and Thursday 10am – 1pm Are you over 18 and unemployed? Would you like to get a job but lack confidence, motivation, a good CV and interview skills to get you started? If so, then this job club is for you. Coundon & Leeholm Community Partnership can help you identify strengths and potential, recognise skills required in the workplace, create an impressive CV, find job vacancies and prepare for interviews, link to local employers, access real jobs and provide individual and group support. To book a place or for more information phone 01388 665225 or send them an email@example.com
Durham Dales Clandestine Cake Club Durham Dales Clandestine Cake Club is looking for bakers of all ages and experiences to join them at secret venues in County Durham to meet, eat and share cake together. All bakers bring a cake and a guest, grab a cuppa at the venue then all the cakes gets demolished and eaten. Any cake not tried there and then they can take home. All events are free of charge to join and attend. There is no competition its just meeting people who love baking and eating homemade cake! To reserve your place go to their website.www.clandestinecakeclub.co.uk
Fresh Fruit & VegEvery Tuesday 11am - 3pm @ Henderson Community House, 13/15 Coleridge Road, Chilton.Henderson Community House in Chilton, have opened a Food Co-op shop selling fresh fruit and vegetables at very reasonable prices. The Food Chain North East previously supplied Henderson House with fresh produce for their fruit and vegetables bag scheme but have recently ceased trading. CAVOS were able to link with DRCC to help in signposting to a new supplier and now they can provide good quality fruit, vegetables and eggs at the Henderson House Food Co-op. Variety and choice is guaranteed and most items are lower than supermarket prices. Why not pop in and see what is available?For more information call (01388) 720152 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Sedgefield & District U3A (University of the Third Age)The Sedgefield U3A meet on the third Friday of the month at Ceddesfeld Hall, Sedgefield. The May meeting will actually be their AGM and an alternative date will need to be arranged as it clashes with the medieval festival. Anyone willing to lead or start an interest group would be most welcome. If you would like more information email Anne Marie Philips email@example.com
Aycliffe Village WIAycliffe Village WI meets in the Aycliffe Village hall every 4 weeks, always on a Wednesday. For more information contact Kathy Round on 01325 315732.
Sedgefield Family History GroupSedgefield Family History group have meetings at Ceddesfeld Hall, Sedgefield on every 3rd Monday of the month at 7.45pm. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information about the group and what they do, Visit their Website for further details of Meetings or Membership telephone 01740 620367. www.sedgefieldfamilyhistory.org.uk
Singing the Musical WayWednesdays, 1pm – 2pm @ Ferryhill Methodist ChurchIf you like Musical Theatre and enjoy singing why not pop along to Enter CIC's singing classes for adults. You don't have to be a fantastic singer, you just need to have a love for theatre and music. The sessions are free and are open to everyone in the South County Durham area. Come along and learn songs from shows such as Les Miserable, The Jersey Boys, Hairspray and many more. To book your place, call them on 01740 655437.