North Street Church Silksworth is holding its monthly coffee morning on Saturday from 10am- noon. There will be cake and Fair Trade stalls. This will be followed by the Children’s Fun Club from noon-1.30pm.
An art exhibition is being held in The Bridges Shopping Centre from April 27 to May 3. Groups exhibiting are West Art, Sunderland, Pallion Action and Silksworth. A new art group has been set up in Redwood Community Centre, Silksworth, meeting every Friday from 10am-1pm.Any enquiries, ring Sylvia Hurst on 5286470.
A ceilidh was held in North Street Methodist Church Silksworth in aid of Prostate Cancer Research UK. The excellent music was provided by the Mussel Square Boys Ceilidh Band, who kindly gave their services for free in support of the charity. The event ,which included a pie and peas supper, was organised by Susan Hewitson and her family, and was a huge success, with the church hall filled to capacity. More than £400 was raised and Susan would like to thank everyone for their support, especially those who assisted with the supper.
The next meeting of the Church View Patient Group will take place at 5.30pm tomorrow at Church View Medical Centre, Silksworth. The speaker will be Joanne Laverick, project manager from the Youth Almighty Project. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided. All patients are welcome.
A new community garden has been created in the Tunstall allotment behind Silksworth Health Centre.Everyone is welcome to go along, learn about gardening or just to relax. For more information, telephone George 07701050043.