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Geordie Community Clubs & Organisations

Feed your passion and live life to the full

In this section you will find links to the online gateways of  Geordie community clubs & organisations.

This will allow you to  find the contacts you need to indulge your passion for your hobby or pastime in your own local land of the Geordies community.

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Local Community Clubs & Organisations

  • Blyth Valley Arts and Leisure: Blyth Valley arts and leisure provide a range of coaching sessions and activities that young people can get involved in.
  • Boldon Outdoor Activities Club: The BOAC is one of the oldest established walking clubs in the area. Membership is varied both in ability and age.
  • Gateshead Youth Council: The Gateshead Youth Council provides a support service to faith groups, community centres & youth clubs.
  • Gosforth Camera Club: If your Interested in improving your photography, Gosforth Camera Club may be able to help you.
  • Jarrow Musical Theatre Company : If your Interested in dancing, singing and acting then it might be worth Visiting the Jarrow Musical Theatre Company.
  • Newcastle Singers Choir: The Singers are a chamber choir of around twenty five mixed voices based in Newcastle who are mainly from Newcastle and Northumberland
  • North Northumberland Bird Watchers Club: A friendly club for anybody living in or visiting north Northumberland who is interested in wild birds.
  • South Shields Folk Club: South Shields Folk Club was formed more than forty years ago and for many years was known as the Marsden Inn Folk Club.
  • South Shields Photographic Society: No matter what your photographic experience, your sure to find something to inspire you and improve your photography.
  • Whitley Bay Operatic Society currently have about 100 members but are always looking for new talent.

If you run a local community centre, group or club that you think could be included in the Community Clubs & Organisations section of the directory or if your a member or organiser of one of the community organisations highlighted above, please let us know about events you’re organising in the future using the comments form below.

2 comments

  1. Ed Young

    I work with a group of volunteer tour guides, Newcastle City Guides. I wonder if we could share some links – visit our website, our Newcastle City Guides page on Facebook and also our Twitter account @NewcastleGuides to see if you think there is a way of doing this.

    Ed Young

    1. Geordie H

      I will look into that more closely 🙂 .. in the meantime I’m sure this counts as a link 😀

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