Serving the community in the Elswick, Westgate and Wingrove wards of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Offices to Let

Our properties in Hawthorn Terrace will have vacancies from January 2017.   One building will have 3 offices available; ranging in size from 222 sq. ft to 309 sq. ft; all situated on the ground floor.  There is also a kitchen and toilet located on this floor. The neighbouring building houses the organisations staff team; there will […]

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Funding Boost for Hat-Trick

Hat-Trick has recently been awarded £16,951 from the People’s Postcode Lottery. This funding boost comes from the Postcode Community Trust and will help Hat-Trick to engage young people to develop their sports coaching skills and increase their chances of gaining qualifications and awards leading to further employment opportunities. Michael Gardner, Hat-Trick’s Volunteer Co-ordinator, said “receiving […]

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Hat-Tricks Fitness Friendzy

Hat-Trick recently launched their Fitness Friendzy programme at Moorside Primary School.  Fitness Friendzy is working in partnership with the local primary schools to increase the number of women participating in sport and exercise.   Moorside Primary School hosted the first Fitness Friendzy session where Hat-Trick’s ‘Us Girls’ team put the female parents and carers through […]

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The Beacon – a West End success story

A flagship enterprise centre supported by Centre West has proved a huge success, with over 95% of its business units now occupied. The Beacon, which was developed in partnership with Groundwork (South Tyneside and Newcastle), opened in 2012 after a £6.5m redevelopment of the former Westgate Road fire station site. Already it has proved a springboard […]

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Let’s get together to tackle food poverty

With around 13 million people living below the poverty line in the UK, food banks have become a vital resource – providing emergency help to almost a million people in the past year. One Tyneside food bank recently reported a 200% increase in demand, due to factors like low incomes, rising prices and social welfare […]

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From Elswick to the World Cup in Brazil

For most people, this summer’s World Cup is a chance to relax with a beer or two in front of the TV, while the more adventurous might book a flight to watch England ’s progress first-hand in Brazil. No such relaxation lies in store for community football coach Michael Gardner. Instead, Michael is spending his summer coaching […]

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