Concordia Leisure Centre, Forum Way, Cramlington NE23 6YB
Agewell is a gentle aerobic activity for the more mature exerciser to stay fit and active.
It is a great way for you to keep in touch with the gym at a gentle pace and meet new people. You’ll take part in workouts adapted for you, meaning you’re able to get the best out of them.
This activity is aimed at the more mature exerciser but is suitable for anyone wanting a more relaxing workout.
Monday and Wednesday mornings.
8 Smithy Square, Cramlington NE23 6QQ
Church of the Nazarene, Durham Road, Cramlington NE23 3ST
Toddler Group has 5 sessions per week. It is a very popular and well-known group for babies and toddlers.
It is a safe environment for children to play, with a fantastic selection of toys, structured crafts and always finishes with a singsong. The room is carpeted so nice for younger children. Nothing is too much trouble for the dedicated team who run the group. Venue is lovely and clean with good changing facilities.
Parents and carers get a chance to talk and have refreshments while still being able to supervise their children. If you would like more information regarding the Toddler group please contact us.
Tuesday 10am – 11.30am & 1pm – 2.30pm
Wednesday 10am -11.30am
Friday 10am – 11.30am & 1pm – 2.30pm
£3 per child. Babies and toddlers of all ages.
Runs on: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays
CSCS was created during last year’s summer school break (2017). we have been an active and established service within our community now for over 8 months. Based in Cramlington but help families and young people all round the Northeast.
Collecting donations of Uniform for all the local schools and surrounding areas. expanding rapidly around neighbouring communities as the scheme grows.
Forum Way, Cramlington NE23 6YB
CENTRE OPENING HOURS
Northumbrian Rd, Cramlington NE23 3ST
‘You may have passed by our little church building on Durham Road and wondered what on earth the Church of the Nazarene is and why does it exist here in Cramlington. A commonly asked question is “What type of church are you”? Firstly, we are part of the church of Jesus Christ which has been around for centuries, and we work under the name of the Church of the Nazarene which is part of the worldwide church of Christ.’
Sunday Worship: We meet on Sunday morning and evening were we worship through song, prayer, music, bible reading and of course, the preaching and explanation of God’s word. On the first Sunday of every month we have a Missionary Service in the evening and on the last Sunday of each month we have our Prayer/Care/Share service. And there is always time for a cup of tea/coffee and biscuit to talk afterwards.
Sunday Morning Service: 10:30pm Sunday Evening Service: 6:30pm
We run a breakfast club on a Monday morning at the Pavillion in Shankhouse. Come and join us for a sausage, egg and bacon roll with a nice wee cuppa!
Monday at 10am
Parent and Toddler Group:
Our Parent and Toddler group is run in 5 sessions throughout the week. On Tuesday and Friday we offer double sessions with a single session on Wednesday. This is run at the church by Cristy. It is a safe environment for children to play, do crafts and sing. Parents and carers get a chance to talk while being able to supervise their children.
Tuesday: 1st Session 10am – 2nd Session 1pm
Wednesday: 1st Session 10am
Friday: 1st Session 10am – 2nd Session 1pm
On Tuesday evenings we run a prayer and bible study. Everyone is welcome to join. It is an informal conversation around God’s word in which we discuss and share. This is led by our pastoral team. Prayer is part of our Christian life and we seek, as a church, to give time to pray to God for the world, our community, church and families.
Tuesday at 7:30pm
Costa Bible Study:
Every week we meet at Costa in Cramlington to unpack Scripture together. The Bible says faith comes from hearing the word of God; so to help us grow and understand our faith we believe in opening, reading and discussing what God is saying to us and individuals and as a body. So please come and join us if you are free.
House Of Prayer:
The church building will be open every Thursday for a time of prayer. We believe that prayer is important and needs to be central to the life of the church. This is a place and space for everyone to come when they are free to spend time in the presence of God away from the hustle and bustle of life. Each week there will be challenging thoughts and activities to help engage our meditation and prayers to our God.
Thursday at 6am-9pm
This fellowship group meets on Thursday afternoons and is open to anyone who is able to come. Bring your lunch, enjoy a cup of tea/coffee and a little chat. It is about coming together, getting to know one another, not taking ourselves seriously and enjoying with one another. We open up Scripture and share what the Lord has placed on our hearts to encourage each other.
Starts at 1pm (prayer at 12:30pm)
The Cramlington Community Art Project meets every Monday morning at The Surveyors House, Cramlington Village , offering an opportunity for members to explore a wide range of art forms and make new friends in a welcoming environment.
It is inclusive, accessible for all, and is currently seeking new members.
CCPA is a place to share ideas and try out a wide variety of arts and crafts. Members can explore their creative side with workshops run by guest artists and other members of the group.
Examples of previous arts and crafts sessions include banner making, book making, graphic design, jewellery
making, pottery, printing, sculpture, and textiles.
Alongside art sessions, the group also go on cultural day trips and studio visits to places of interest within the region.
A friendly tennis club based at Alexandra Park in Cramlington. All welcome and all abilities catered for.
Players can access tennis as a member, key holder & non-member so there is something for everyone.
With the CCTP you have 3 options to play tennis at Alexandra Park:
1) Become a CCTP member, get loads of benefits that make your tennis cheaper and provide you with extra tennis opportunities: including discounts on coaching, matches, Wimbledon ticket ballot and a court key.
2) Enrol on one of our coaching courses, get expert coaching from LTA licensed coaches, improving your skills and meeting new people. All players can try a session for FREE and are open to members and non-members
3) Become a ‘Key Holder’ you have no CCTP benefits other than a court key to access the tennis courts around CCTP usage. You need to provide your full details and can name up to 3 other players that will be playing with you when you use the key but the main key holder must be present when using the key.
For further information or to book onto any of our courses/activities please contact CCTP Head Coach Phil Barron on 07711479026 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cramlington Village CommunityVentre,East Farm Terrace
A self help group of ladies who enjoy a variety of handicrafts and are willing to pass on their skills. Crafts include, embroidery, hardanger, and tapestry, Papercraft arts include, de-coupage, pergamano and stamping.
http://www.northumberlandlife.org/cramlingtoncraftsMembership fees are £6.00 (annual), £1.50 per week which includes tea & buiscuits.
We are currently accepting no new members, due to a lack of space. Please ring Marina Callaghan for futher details
Cramlington Doorstep Walks is a series of way marked short walks in and around the town, suitable for people of all ages and abilities, which are easily accessible ‘from your doorstep’.
The town already has a comprehensive and well established cycling and walking network and the project will help to redefine the routes for local people, while identifying opportunities for further development.
Doorstep walks have been developed in South East, West and North Cramlington, each signposted with colourful new waymarkers stating direction, distances and estimated completion time to walk the coloured route. Information stands have been erected on each walk to explain the various routes and a new glossy leaflet has been created which will be posted to every household in Cramlington throughout July.
The walks vary in length, most being between 1.5 to 3 miles in distance, which could take between 30 minutes to an hour to walk.
Benedictine Social Centre, Glenluce Drive, Southfield Green, Cramlington NE23 6YA
‘Cramlington Folk Club was established in 1972 and we are one of the longest running folk clubs in the country. We meet every Wednesday, starting at 7.30 pm.
There are guest performers every other week and singers nights in between. It’s quite common to have as many as twelve to fourteen acts on singers nights!
We have always provided a wide variety of music and styles from traditional and contemporary folk to blues and bluegrass. If you are in the area please drop in, you may be pleasantly surprised.
Everyone is welcome, whether to perform or just to enjoy the music and have a drink. Singers wishing to perform should make sure their name is on the list by 8pm at the latest.
We are proud to be known as one of the friendliest clubs in the Country’.
Eastlea Primary School, Durham Road, NE23 3ST
Cramlington Kids Club is an integrated childcare unit offering low cost, high quality, flexible childcare.
‘We exist to provide the necessary facilities for the daily care, recreation and education of children during out of school hours and holidays whilst advancing education and training to the youngsters in our provision through stimulating educational and recreational activities’.