£3 per lesson
Meetings are at the Village Community Centre, East Farm Terrace
On the first Wednesday of the month they meet between 10.ooam 12.30 pm.
Other 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.
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’.
We are looking to develop a community led History and Heritage Hub to forge networks, research the history of our area and develop projects and initiatives locally. Heritage has strong and untapped potential to build social cohesion and improve physical and mental wellbeing.
If you are interested in joining contact email@example.com
Cramlington Man Shed aims to bring together a community of local people to help fight against loneliness, providing a safe place and home away from home for anyone who needs it.
If you or a family member is in need of some socialisation or are just wanting to get involved in your community then the Man Shed is perfect for you.
All you have to do is get in touch or take a walk down to the Shed where you will be greeted by other locals creating, building and having a great time!
The workshop is fully equipped and insured.
Unit 24, Endeavour Park, Baker Rd, Cramlington NE23 1XA
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.
Cramlington Town Football Club is a FA Charter Standard Community Club providing football opportunities for boys and girls from the age of four years old through to senior level. The Club prides itself on welcoming all children and young people, regardless of their current sporting ability to learn football in a safe, secure and supportive environment.
The club operates seven days per week with different age team training on different nights. Contact for specific information.
Teams play either a Saturday or Sunday.
East Hartford Pavilion NE23 3AU (summer training)
Cramlington Sporting Club, NE23 6BN (games and winter training)
Members of Townswomen’s Guilds offer each other support and stability with each member benefiting from a strong national movement that has remained a cornerstone for thousands of women across the UK.
Meeting at the Community Hub in Cramlington
Every 2nd Thursday of the month at 7-9pm
Although we were established in 1931, we are a modern group for all ages. Join us for laughter and friendship as we lean new skills, how things work and about our local area. Join us for adventure, education, outings and challenges galore.
It isn’t all jam and Jerusalem!
Our main meeting is every 2nd Wednesday of the month at The Hub.
Other groups include:
The Classy Crafter, every 2nd Monday of the month, £1 supplement.
Literary Ladies, every 3rd Monday of the month.
Beaujolais Babes, last Wednesday of the month.
Providing community activities and venue hire in East Hartford, Cramlington.
Healthwatch Northumberland is the independent champion for people who use health and social care services.
They exist to ensure that people are at the heart of care, listening to what people like about services or what could be improved and we share their views with those with the power to make change happen. We also help people find the information they need about services in their area.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm
They continue to operate through the pandemic.
Healthwise is a women’s group whose aim is to promote health and wellbeing.
They meet weekly and enjoy a varied programme of speakers, quizzes and entertainment.
They also aim to inform members about organisations relating to health and social issues.
This is done with friendly chats over a cuppa in a warm and welcoming environment.
They meet every Thursday morning between 10.30am and 12.30pm on the second floor of The Hub.
At present we have a waiting list for anyone wishing to join the group.
Helix Arts is a team of experienced and talented Creative Producers committed to improving cultural and social inclusion.
We’re a not for profit creative business who work with artists, in partnership with other organisations, to create opportunities for people to participate in the arts.
Our work spans art forms including visual arts, filmmaking, creative writing, graphic design,animation, street dance, music and DJ-ing as well as photography, drama and textiles.
We work with people of all abilities, of all ages.
We welcome approaches from groups, organisations and individuals who want to collaborate with us.
Monday to Friday 9am-5pm,
Cheryl Gavin (Director)
Our staff are currently working from home due to the pandemic, so to contact us please call the mobile number listed as the landline is out of action.
We’re finding creative ways to deliver our programmes during the Covid19 pandemic, and many of our projects have moved online.
Jane Percy House supports people with a range of disabilities including cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida and arthritis, multiple sclerosis and disabilities resulting from accidents or a stroke. As well as providing physical care, it is committed to ensuring that people have control over their lives and are treated with dignity and respect at all times.
Located in Cramlington, Northumberland, they provide accommodation and support for people with complex and high dependency needs, giving independence and lifestyle choices for adults with physical disabilities. It forms part of the nationwide network of disability support services provided by The Disabilities Trust.
A very sociable knitting group. Currently knitting for a special baby unit, children’s hospitals and other charities.
Every Wednesday 9:30am – 12pm
Contact through Facebook or just turn up!
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