Stay & Play at The Hub

TCR Hub Bouncy Castle

A new Stay & Play group gets underway this week at The Hub thanks to the efforts of a group of Mums from Teesdale.  Back in January three parents were unable to meet at their regular spot due to a double booking.  Jess Thompson thought on her feet and called her…

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Family First Aid at TCR Hub

Daisy First Aid at TCR Hub

Another of these fabulous workshops is taking place at the TCR Hub on Wednesday 22nd February. This two hour class is designed to teach you vital skills and knowledge to support you in the event of a real emergency until Medical help arrives. It’s a very relaxed and practical session.…

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Friday Night Soul at the Hub

Soul Music at the Hub

Do you like good music?  Want to get involved and join the coolest band in town?  Come along to a new group for people who just love funky, feel good sounds! We play all kinds of soul music, from classic artists like Sam Cooke and Ray Charles to more recent…

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Yoga Bunnies at the Hub

Yoga Bunnies at the Hub

A fabulous new class, Yoga Bunnies began this month at the TCR Hub. Sarah Hodgson, leads the class and helps children learn how to relax and provides them with the tools to equip themselves to deal with the stress they may feel in their daily lives, using a sequence of fun, games…

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Visitor Increase

Melanie Edmenson School of Dance at TCR Hub

Just over two weeks into the new year and we are witnessing a noticable expansion in both the numbers of people visiting the TCR Hub and the variety of activities available to those visitors. [huge_it_slider id=”10″] On Saturday we saw our Atrium crowded with parents bringing budding ballerinas to the ballet…

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Daisy First Aid at the Hub

Daisy Babies First Aid Class

Friday lunch time saw a lovely group of mums and babies enjoying lunch at the Hub after taking part in a specialist first aid course which had been delivered by Daisy First Aid. The class aimed at parents, carers and family members of very young children covered areas of first…

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