Notices & Announcements

Notices & Announcements

Bill busting your energy bills

A series of BILL BUSTING events to help people save money on their energy bills are taking place across Middlesbrough throughout January.

Local charity Middlesbrough Environment City is running the advice sessions to help people cut the costs of their energy bills as well as showing them how to compare their current energy deal with the rest of the market and help them to switch to a cheaper deal. As well as money saving advice we can also give tips on staying warm and healthy during the winter months.

Advice sessions will be taking place at:-

The Cycle Centre in Middlesbrough bus station,
North Ormesby Community Hub,
Easterside Community Hub,
Grove Hill Community Hub,
Newport Community Hub,
Hemlington Library,
The Live Well Centre inside Dundas Arcade
Coulby Newham Baptist Church.

To find out when advisors are at each venue, to book yourself a slot or simply find out more, call us for free on 0800 304 7084. Make sure to bring your current energy bills or information along with you to help us make a comparison.

New temporary home for Egyptology

Due to renovation work at Acklam Library the December 16th Egyptology session is cancelled.

The first Egyptology session in 2018 will be held at Grove Hill Community Hub Bishop Road, TS4 2RP - off Marton Road near Aldi. 10.30am to 12.30pm January 13th.

The February 10th session will also be held at Grove Hill Community Hub 10.30-12.30pm

Tea coffee and biscuits provided.

RUSTLE UP A FESTIVE TREAT FOR ALL THE FAMILY

Rustle up a Christmas cracker in the kitchen with a special course at Grove Hill Community Hub, Bishopton Road, Middlesbrough TS4 2RP. The Christmas cooking session takes place on Tuesday, December 5, from 10am to noon.
The class is free, and those taking part with try their hand at making festive soup, biscuits and cakes.

To book a place, call the Hub on 01642 278444.

Free Elderly Community Lunch

IDC's 5th Elderly Community Lunch is back!
Elderly parents/grandparents/neighbours are invited to the fourth Elderly Community Lunch on Monday 13th November.

This event is FREE and open to people from all faiths and none. They want to get together and offer a warm welcome to the elderly
who often experience loneliness and isolation.
They would appreciate it if you let them know you are coming: please email the number of people you will be bringing to Naaila@idcnortheast.org

PUTTING THE ICING ON THE CAKE AT EASTERSIDE HUB

Put the finishing touches to your Christmas preparations with an icing masterclass at Easterside Hub, Broughton Avenue, Easterside TS4 3PZ. The weekly sessions take place at the Broughton Avenue venue on Fridays from November 17 to December 15 from 9.15am to 11.15am.

The course is free to those in receipt of benefits or £3 per hour. To book visit www.wea.org.uk or call the Hub on 01642 513150.

Festive jewellery making course

A GEM OF AN IDEA IN THE RUN-UP TO CHRISTMAS
Put some sparkle into your Christmas preparations with a festive jewellery making course at Grove Hill Community Hub.

The five-week course – just the thing for making that special Christmas gift – starts on Thursday, November 14 and runs from 10am to noon. The session are £3 per hour or free for those in receipt of benefits.

The Christmas Jewellery Making course runs Grove Hill Community Hub in Bishopton Road, Middlesbrough TS4 2RP.
To book call the Hub on 01642 278444 or visit www.wea.org.uk

Advocates and Activists

Advocates and Activists - Wednesday 22nd November 9:30 to 15.00.
Land near Riverside Football Stadium, Middlesbrough. This area around the River Tees has unique wildlife, but is prone to litter pollution. Help us clean up after the Middlesbrough v Birmingham match and then use what we find to raise awareness of the problem at a future game!
Transport and refreshments available for these events - book early to avoid disappointment! Call 01287 636382 or email info@teeswildlife.org

Creating Community Journalists

Middlesbrough Digital Journalists Project is looking for people to contribute stories, writing, news, reviews, photos and films for its online news website.
The next meeting of the Digital Journalists will be 5pm to 7pm on 25 October at St Mary’s Centre, Corporation Road, TS1 2RW.
For more information contact John Atkinson on 01642 955670 / 07954 301364 or email john.atkinson@mvdauk.org.uk

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers – Dementia Friendly Screening

Cineworld Middlesbrough will be holding a Dementia-Friendly screening on October 16th at 11am. Doors open at 10.30am.
Dementia Friendly screenings enable people living with dementia and their carers to attend the cinema in a safe and comfortable environment, giving them the chance to get out and socialise. Screenings are open to everyone, but are enhanced to suit the needs of people living with dementia: ​During the film low lights are left on inside the auditorium, the volume of the soundtrack is reduced and it’s fine for members of the audience to express themselves.
The staff on duty for these screenings have become Dementia Friends to help provide support before, during and after the screenings, as well as making our venue generally more Dementia Friendly.

BOOKING: In-person at Box Office or at www.cineworld.co.uk
Wheelchair spaces are limited so please book in advance.
Flexible refund policy in place for these shows.

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