The Newcastle Rugby Foundation work across the North East and Cumbria to educate, motivate and inspire via the power of sport.
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Residents Association, covering all aspects of life on Southfield Estates
Rocket Tots is our fun learn-through-play programme for 2-4 year olds that takes place every Saturday morning 9am-10am at Cramlington Sporting Club.
Part of Cramlington Rockets rugby league club and led by their award-winning coaches.
Contact: Robin Harper-Coulson, 6th Dan AMA Coach Assessor
Cramlington Learning Village, Highburn, Cramlington, NE23 6BN
CENTRE OPENING HOURS
Newcastle Eagles Community Foundation basketball club in Cramlington
Cramlington NE23 6BN
U8s & U10s – 5:00pm – 6:00pm
U12s – 6:00pm – 7:00pm
U14s – 7:00pm – 8:00pm
U16s – 8:00pm – 9:00pm
U18s – 9:00pm – 10:00pm
U6s & U8s – 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Participants can create an account on our nest via, nest.newcastle-eagles.com to book a “Free Taster Session”.
Eagles Community Foundation
Tel: 0191 245 3881
A friendly tennis club based at Alexandra Park in Cramlington. All welcome and all abilities catered for.
Cramlington Community Tennis Programme has tennis for all ages and abilities. Players can access tennis as a member, key holder and non-member so there is something for everyone.
Our structured coaching sessions run on various days throughout the year. Take a look at our website to see our busy programme.
For further information or to book onto any of our courses/activities please contact CCTP Head Coach Phil Barron on 07711479026 or email@example.com
The Cramlington Community Art Project meets every Monday morning at 10am at The Benedictine Social Centre, Glenluce Drive, Cramlington 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.
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’.
Local Primary School with onsite Nursery – providing education for children aged 3-11.
“We are a Beach School – this means we take a class to the beach almost every day to deliver the curriculum through outdoor learning. YOU MAY HAVE SEEN OUR MINIBUS PARKED AT THE COAST OR ON OUR WAY TO THE BEACH. To enquire about a place for your child or find out more please email: firstname.lastname@example.org”
Weekly sessions on Thursdays 10am-14.00pm designed for people with mild to moderate dementia or cognitive impairment.
Service users and their carers will be able to participate in a range of stimulating and purposeful activities that promote good physical health and mental wellbeing, such as crafts, cookery, nature-based activities, games, puzzles and gentle exercise sessions whilst maintaining their socialising skills.
Beaconhill Community Centre,
Email:email@example.com for more information
Contact: Robin Harper-Coulson, 6th Dan AMA Coach Assessor
Beaconhill Community Association, Langdale Drive, Beaconhill. NE238EH Cramlington
Primary School for children ages 3-11
Whitelea Glade, Cramlington NE23 6BL
Headteacher: Jacqueline Mowat
Doxford Place, Cramlington NE23 6DY
Sunday Morning Service – 10.30am – 11.30am
Sunday Service at Welcome – 5pm
Tuesday Morning Service – 9.30am
Cramlington Camera Club puts on a programme of events during weekly meetings from the beginning of September until the beginning of May. These include guest speakers, competitions for prints (colour and monochrome) and for PDIs (Projected Digital Images), presentations from club members, and opportunities to take photographs and learn about your camera.
There is an annual subscription fee of £28.00 and an entrance fee of £1.00. The subscription fee reduces to £14.00 after 1 January, to reflect the fact that only half a season remains.
Presently, meetings are held in Doxford Methodist Church on Thursdays starting at 19:30 and usually end at about 21:00. Tea and Coffee is served during the half hour before each meeting.
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They meet on Wednesdays at Doxford Place Methodist Church, Cramlington, NE23 6DY
Doors open at 6pm for unity teas and coffees.
Facebook group and website