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What’s Happening At The TCR Hub Summer 2021
Thank you for visiting the TCR Hub website. We are delighted to be able to deliver a range of services, resources and opportunities for people from across Teesdale and the wider region. Our revised opening hours are here. Please note that private bookings are available when the building is closed to the public. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for availability.
Opening Hours Summer 2021
Tuesday 10am – 3pm
Wednesday 10am – 3pm
Thursday 10am – 3pm
Friday 10am – 3pm
Saturday 9am – 11am
Our Current Projects
Throughout lockdown in 2020 and 2021 and with the help of our wonderful volunteers we delivered food packages twice weekly. As we regain some of our freedoms learn here how our food provision is evolving.
Find out more about the latest exciting projects for families and children. How can you get involved and how to book places for your family.
As restrictions ease we are introducing a range of exciting outdoor activities. Read the full details here.
The Greenhouse is the TCR Hub's brand new digital co-working space complete with computers, iPad and software.
Join Barnard Castle Brass Band for their first performance together in a long time! Performing outside in the grounds of the Hub, we invite families to live...
TCR Outdoor Activities Club 10am - 3pm, 22nd -26th August TCR Hub’s Outdoor Activity days offer the perfect chance for children and young people to have great...
The team at TCR Hub are delighted to have welcomed over one hundred and fifteen Teesdale primary pupils from seven local schools to TCR Hub for special Year...
TCR work with Tees-Swale Naturally Connected Programme to help local families explore natural environment
As part of TCR Hub Family Activities this summer, families can enjoy Wildlife Wonder sessions every Thursday from 10am to 12 noon to explore nature through a...
The Happiness Hub is our new support group for adults who are feeling isolated or lonely. We open up our complimentary cafe on Fridays between 11.30 and...
Festival Fridays 1pm – 4pm, almost every Friday from 28th July to 27th August Our Festival Friday afternoons give the whole family a chance to participant in...
We know that the pandemic has affected people in many different ways and that many of you are in a different position mentally, physically and financially to where you were in early 2020. We are currently delivering a range of projects that offer support and opportunities in this most difficult time. Our Food Provision offers free food packages, delivered by our volunteers, to your door once a week. The packages are aimed as a compliment to your existing food items and contain a mix of fresh and long life items. We also offer a paid for hot meal delivery service for Over 50s, a Waste Not Bag delivery service which contains surplus supermarket items and Seasonal Special care packages. You can find our more about these services here…
Support & Guidance
Although we can’t support everyone in person we can signpost you to places who can offer you dedicated and professional support and guidance when you need it. We have listed some highly recommended contacts below.
Mental Health & Wellbeing
For support with your mental health and wellbeing you can contact Samaritans on 116123, Mind on 0300 123 3393 or Crisis by texting SHOUT to 85258.
We know that instances of Domestic Abuse have increased during the pandemic. If you or anyone you know feel threatened or in danger from a partner or family member or close friend you can contact Refuge on 0808 200 0247 or Harbour support services on 03000 20 25 25.
Many people have been put under extra financial strain and you may have found yourself getting into debt. If you need advice and support about debt you can contact Stepchange on 0800 138 1111 or go to their website stepchange.org.
Our local Citizen’s Advice Office, based in Middleton in Teesdale is still able to offer support via email or telephone. You can contact them at email@example.com and 07384 575089.
UTASS offer a wide range of support for those living in the Upper Teesdale and Weardale area, including support with personal and business finances, mental health and wellbeing and food provision. You can contact them on 01833 641010 or 07917 304 685.
Food Bank St. Helen Auckland
You may find that you are struggling to access good quality and nutritious food for you and your family. As well as our own care packages, available to anyone currently affected by the Covid 19 lockdown restrictions, you can contact other local organisations.
Little Chefs, Big Chefs offer weekly pantry hampers for collection from their base in St Helen Auckland. You can contact them via their websites… https://littlechefsbigchefs.org.uk/lcbc-community-pantry/
Food Bank Barnard Castle
You can also contact our local food bank, based at the Influence Church in Barnard Castle, Storehouse is open for weekly food collections. You can find out when at www.influencechurch.co.uk/storehouse
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