The Christmas Raffle was drawn at midday and all winners have been notified – the winning ticket numbers are below.
Once again thank you to all those who bought tickets and the companies listed below who kindly donated prizes all contributing to raise funds for the Linskill Centre and its community activities.
Barbour Foundation, mha Tait Walker, Newcastle Building Society, Pumphreys, Lakes Distillery, High Street Hospitality, Not Just Travel, Konnectifi, Ride Electric, Morrisons, Synthesis IT, Vamonos, Remembering The Past, JGS Consulting, Aromatherapy with Sheila Clark and the World War One Commemoration Project.
A big thank you to the following companies who have kindly donated prizes to this year’s Christmas Raffle to raise funds for the Linskill Centre and its community activities:
Barbour Foundation, mha Tait Walker, Newcastle Building Society, Pumphreys, Lakes Distillery, High Street Hospitality, Not Just Travel, Konnectifi, Ride Electric, Morrisons, Synthesis IT, Vamonos, Remembering The Past, Aromatherapy with Sheila Clark and the World War One Commemoration Project.
Tickets (£1) are on sale from reception and the raffle will be drawn on Friday 20th December.
Cafe 32 launched its Festive Menu today in the build up to Christmas. Lots of seasonal delights and favourites available including gingerbread lattes, mince pies, turkey sandwiches and the very popular brie,bacon & cranberry paninis. Open Monday to Saturday and the Festive Menu is available until the 23rd December.
This year the Trust is supporting Changing Lives, a charity who deliver services in North Tyneside to people who are at points of homelessness, those rough sleeping, homeless in hospital, living in unsupported B&B’s and hostels and those fleeing abuse. Changing Lives aim to get people to safe, secure accommodation and support them to engage in services in the community, build aspirations and recover from trauma – visit www.changing-lives.org.uk to find out more about their work.The Trust is collecting donations of items in new or good condition and unwrapped to be issued as Christmas presents. Suitable items for donation include:
• Gloves,Hats/Scarves/Underwear /Socks/T-shirts/Jumpers
• Wallets/ Purses/ Handbags/Costume Jewellery/Keyrings
• Books/Puzzle Books/Diaries/Pens/Paper
A donation box has been placed in reception and all gifts will be gratefully received to help people through this challenging time of the year.
Linskill’s Christmas Programme this year is a combination of seasonal events and activities for children, families and adults – so hopefully something for everyone. Booking is recommended as some activities and events have limited spaces – call 0191 257 8000 or visit reception to book early and avoid disappointment. For more information on each event or activity click here.
The Linskill and North Tyneside Community Development Trust have launched their latest Annual Review 2018/19. It has been another successful year for the Trust despite the challenging economic environment and the Annual Review reflects on key developments, performance and achievements.
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The Encompass programme has been running for over a year and is aimed at people aged from 18 years plus to access activities based around employability, health, well-being, learning and skills development. The programme is developed in partnership with local providers to enhance the Linskill Centre’s existing activities programme and Helen Collins, newly appointed Project Worker is looking to extend the diversity of activities by launching a range of new activities: Read More
The Big Bike Revival, a programme of events to encourage people to get on their bikes and enjoy cycling, will come to a close this weekend with a celebration ride leaving from Linskill on Saturday 28th September at 10am – to find out more email email@example.com or simply turn up on the day with your bike (cyclists must be over 14 years).