A Day of Encouragement
Saturday 22 September 2018
Village Hall, Ingram NE66 4LT
[All images © Eileen Whitenstall 2016 – used with permission]
Just to say a big thank you to everyone who donated items for homeless people following the Hedgeley Women’s Institute appeal in December 2015 (see Cheviot Views, Issue 24, page 20).
The items were taken to ‘Changing Lives’ in Newcastle who will ensure that they get to those who need them. Items included new coats, hats, scarfs, clothing and numerous toiletries.
It was lovely meeting some of the lads who are being helped by this wonderful charity. Here are some pictures showing the items donated.
[This article was submitted by Bailiffgate Museum & Gallery]
Spirit of TWYNE – Northumbrian Artists working with Textiles. 25th August – 27th September
The Wonder of Colour – Eta Ingham Lawrie returns with some of her most recent work. From 29th September
Nepacs caravan project supports time for prisoners’ families
Nepacs, a long standing north east charity which supports a positive future of prisoners and their families, is seeking volunteers to help support its Northumberland caravan project.
Staff and volunteers from Nepacs provide a number of services to support friends and families of prisoners, in HMP Northumberland, HMP Frankland, HMP Holme House, HMP Durham, HMP Kirklevington Grange, HMPYOI Deerbolt, and HMP&YOI Low Newton. These services include prison visitors’ centres and tea bars, play sessions for prisoners’ children, family visits, listening support, a youth project, integrated family support and support within the Middlesbrough and Durham courts.
Local charity seeks new volunteers to work with families of prisoners at HMP Northumberland
Nepacs, a long standing north east charity, which runs the Visitors’ Centre at HMP Northumberland near Morpeth, Northumberland is seeking new volunteers to help support families and children of prisoners.
National Parks Week 2015 is the National Parks family’s annual celebration of everything that is unique and wonderful about Britain’s breathing spaces.
This year, it takes place from:
Monday 27 July to Sunday 2 August
The theme for National Parks Week 2015 is Landscapes of Plenty, an acknowledgement of the fact the UK’s National Parks are more than just places to play and find inspiration. There is so much more! National Parks are also home to productive landscapes, providing some of the best produce, products, food, and drink in the country.