Hand In Hand Activities CIC will be hosting an Afternoon Tea event at The Institute, Grays Road, Grangefield on Thursday 30th September starting at 12 noon.
Thanks to the support and generosity of Asda shoppers and the local Community Champion, Hand In Hand Activities CIC has received funding to deliver two different projects to bring the community back together.
On Monday 6th September, award winning local author Amy Lord attended the Books and Bakes Book Club to talk to the group about her book and all things book-publishing related. You could see how passionate Amy is in her craft in how fully and honestly she answered all of the questions.
On Friday 27th August, Hand In Hand Activities CIC invited a guest instructor to attend the Golden Zumba class to teach a Bollywood workshop.
Amy will be attending our Books & Bakes Book Club at The Institute, Grays Road, Grangefield on Monday 6th September at 2:30pm.
Hand In Hand Activities successfully applied for National Lottery Awards For All funding for 12 months.
r an Afternoon Tea cruise along the River Tees.
That is exactly what Cycling Without Age is about – sharing stories, reminiscing and meeting people from your local area
The first book to be enjoyed by the attendees of the new Books & Bakes book club, hosted by Hand In Hand Activities CIC thanks to funding from the National Lottery Local Connections Fund, was The Restaurant by Roisin Meaney. The Restaurant is a fictional “Cinderella story” about second chances and finding happiness in unexpected places.
Trixie Trishaw will be at Ropner Park on Tuesday 24th August and is available for short, 10-minute rides around the park between the hours of 10am and 4pm, with pre-booking recommended at www.cwastockton.co.uk