On Thursday 21st October, we went to Ripon for a day out and a visit to the market.
On Monday 18th October, Books and Bakes Book Club met at The Institute, Grays Road, Grangefield to discuss the October Book Club Book “A Duty to the Dead” by Charles Todd.
Back in July, we were fortunate to receive funding from the National Lottery Local Connections Fund in order to pilot two new projects: Nimble Fingers Needlework Knit and Natter Group and Books and Bakes Book Club, both meeting at The Institute, Grays Road Grangefield. The funding for the pilot programme Read more…
HIHA CIC gets boost to help create a more connected and resilient community thanks to National Lottery and IKEA funding
Hand In Hand Activities CIC based in Stockton on Tees is celebrating today after being awarded £4,180.00 in funding from The National Lottery Community Fund and IKEA UK
Don’t miss our first ever themes Musical Memories Singing Circle with an Oktoberfest twist!
On Monday 4th October, retired teacher and published author Bryan Cross attended the Books and Bakes Book Club at Grays Road Institute to talk about his first published book “Quit While You’re A-Head”
On Thursday 30th September 2021, Hand In Hand Activities CIC hosted an afternoon tea event for 40 guests at Grays Road Institute, Grangefield thanks to funding provided by the Asda Foundation.
Food for Life Get Togethers have provided funding to enable us to deliver four food-based get togethers as part of a month long celebration taking place between Saturday 16th October and Tuesday 16th November 2021.
On Monday 20th September, Books and Bakes Book Club met at The Institute, Grays Road, Grangefield to discuss The Memory Keepers Daughter by Kim Edwards.
Thanks to a donation from Asda Foundation, Hand In Hand Activities CIC will very soon be delivering a number of resin craft workshops for a small group of people.