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Our popular lunch clubs are well loved due to our freshly cooked, two course meals, warm and welcoming environment and our dedicated, caring team who make every guest feel included and valued. Held
Gateshead Town Centre  and 5 more
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Our popular lunch clubs are well loved due to our freshly cooked, two course meals, warm and welcoming environment and our dedicated, caring team who make every guest feel included and valued. Held
Gateshead Town Centre  and 5 more
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Our popular lunch clubs are well loved due to our freshly cooked, two course meals, warm and welcoming environment and our dedicated, caring team who make every guest feel included and valued. Held
Gateshead Town Centre  and 5 more
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Our popular lunch clubs are well loved due to our freshly cooked, two course meals, warm and welcoming environment and our dedicated, caring team who make every guest feel included and valued. Held
Gateshead Town Centre  and 5 more
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The NHS advise that older people aged 65 and over are more vulnerable to the effects of cold weather, which can make some health issues worse that may lead to serious complications.

We're a North East based charity that enhances the lives of local children with disabilities by funding equipment to meet their specialist needs.
If you are the parent or carer of a child with a disability, work with a child who needs support, or an organisation or school, you can apply for equipment through The Chronicle Sunshine Fund. ​We support babies, children and young adults up until their 19th birthday who live in Tyne and Wear, Northumberland and County Durham, by funding equipment that is not provided by the NHS, local authority or any other source.   ​To apply simply download all the documents in our application pack. You can access this by following the link to our website below. Please note all forms (Application and Data
Livability is the disability charity that connects people with their communities.

The Centre for Hate Studies in Leicester have produced some online Hate Crime training which includes a number of different modules including public transport, support for victims, hate crime in higher education and others. These have been developed following previous consultation with those affected by hate crime. There is growing evidence to show that levels of hate and extremism are rising across the UK and beyond, causing devastation to victims and their families and spreading mistrust within communities. Within a climate of heightened tensions and widening divisions, it is imperative that

Northumberland, Tyne and Wear Foundation Trust (NTW) NTW provides mental health and disability services and support across North East England. We have