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…
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 Monday 20th September, Books and Bakes Book Club met at The Institute, Grays Road, Grangefield to discuss The Memory Keepers Daughter by Kim Edwards.
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.
Amy will be attending our Books & Bakes Book Club at The Institute, Grays Road, Grangefield on Monday 6th September at 2:30pm.
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.
Thanks to the National Lottery players and the Local Connections fund, Hand In Hand Activities CIC is able to pilot 2 exciting new projects in Stockton on Tees. Starting in August, we will be hosting a weekly knit and natter-style group called Nimble Fingers Needlework, designed to bring together people Read more…