Where we meet…
6th Cramlington Scouts are currently running weekly in one of our local primary schools and at the Cramlington Hub.
The Beaver and Scout meetings are hosted by Burnside Primary School on a Wednesday night. Beavers start at 6pm with a 7pm close. Scouts follow on at 7pm until 9pm.
The Cub pack meet at Cramlington Hub on a Tuesday night between 6:30pm and 8pm.
A free, not for profit Northumberland Business Network is open to businesses in Northumberland. Including Ponteland, Alnwick, Amble, Ashington, Bedlington, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Blyth, Cramlington, Haltwhistle, Hexham, Morpeth, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Prudhoe, Rothbury, Wooler and all the other towns and villages within Northumberland.
Lisa offers variety of fitness classes and different locations across Cramlington and Blyth.
Thirty minute sessions starting from £3.
Contact Lisa for more information and to discuss what level of fitness training you want
We are a litter picking group that uses WhatsApp to identify where a litter problem is and to arrange when we can tidy it up.
Arranged as needed. No age limit – but all participants must be independent, aware of risk and are responsible for their own safety.
Contact Martin Wright by email and preferably then join the WhatsApp group.
For people no longer in full time work.
We have a monthly meeting at the Doxford Methodist Church with a speaker and refreshments, but also have many interest groups which are run in various locations by our own members.
More details and contact form on website: https://u3asites.org.uk/cramlington/home
Cost £16.00 per annum.
Bridge Northumberland is a voluntary programme to help people living in Northumberland who are out of work and aged 16+ to overcome barriers to training, education and work.
We help by giving you one to one support from a dedicated Bridge worker who’ll be with you every step of the way to improving your confidence, developing your skills and moving towards employment.
Our support is free and fully funded. The programme is completely voluntary and for anyone who is:
- Aged 16 years not in education or training
- 18 to 67 and unemployed or economically inactive
- Lives in Northumberland
- Despite the ongoing impact of COVID-19, we are still offering our support to people across Northumberland who want help to seek work, training or start job searching.
We are beginning to meet people face-to-face where appropriate, and are continuing to offer support using the phone, video chats, emails, texts and postal methods. Please get in touch to find out more.
Call 01670 858688
Text Send the message ‘BRIDGE’ to 07393 796 522 and receive a callback
Refer yourself – Sign up online
Speak to Clair Parker, Beneficiary and Engagement Officer
T: 07393 796522
Sessions, aimed at babies from 6 weeks to 14 months, are packed full of a range of back to back activities to encourage baby’s all round development so your little one is constantly learning and also focuses on bonding with baby and postnatal well-being.
Tuesdays – East Hartford Community Centre, Scott Street, NE233AP
Northumbria Police Cadets
Becoming a cadet is your chance to show yourself what you’re made of. You’ll uncover skills and confidence that you never knew you had and make new friendships that will last for a lifetime.
It’s an incredible three-year programme, during which you’ll work alongside serving police officers, see behind the scenes of our stations and get involved with your local community.
Meetings are at the Village Community Centre, East Farm Terrace
Wednesdays between 1pm and 3:30pm.
They are a self-help group specializing in many crafts including crosstitch, knitting, crochet etc. There is an annual fee of £10 and a weekly subscription of £2 per person which includes tea/coffee and biscuits. Experienced crafters as well as beginners are welcome. For more details contact Marina Callaghan 01670714557 or go along for a free taster day.
An opportunity for over-50s to meet in a relaxed and friendly environment and make new friends. Monthly meetings include a speaker or light entertainment and raffle and the opportunity to mingle with other members and develop new friendships. We hold a pub lunch each month, at different pub/ restaurant venues in the area.
Normally meet the first Wednesday of each month, 1.30pm – 3.30pm.
£10 pa membership fee, £2 per meeting to include speaker or light entertainment and a raffle.
You are welcome to just turn up to one of our meetings, first two visits are free, then if you like us become a member.
East View Avenue, Cramlington, Northumberland, NE23 1DY
Headteacher: Andrea Mead
Hillcrest is an age 11-19 Special School for children with complex needs
We are a group of volunteers who tend the village churchyard The council cut the grass and strim the graves. We tend the borders, flower beds and remembrance gardens and keep trees and bushes under control.
1st Saturday monthly from 9am. Our volunteers also work times to suit themselves.
Blagdon Terrace, Cramlington NE23 6QQ
St. Nicholas’ Church is the traditional church visible in the middle of the town and as such is a popular venue for weddings and baptisms.
Several congregations using different styles of worship meet at St. Nicholas’ Church.
8am – Holy Communion
10.30 am – Worship Service
The Royal British Legion is the UK’s leading Armed Forces charity and one of its largest membership organisations. Members get together through the network of branches and clubs all over the country and overseas to participate in social, fundraising and welfare activities.
Cramlington Branch meets at 7.30pm on the second Monday of every month at Cramlington Village Club, Park Veiw,Cramlington, NE23 6QJ.
We also now welcome all supporters of the Service community; you don’t need to have an Armed Forces background to become a member of the Legion . If you have an interest in the objectives of the Legion and want to help and support for those who have served and their families, come and join us. We welcome men and women of all ages.