Southwick - Down Your Way

Nathan Brady receives a cheque from members of the Red House Community Centre RAOB - GLE, �Pride of the Wear and members of Bear Park George Cunningham Lodges towards the cost of his travel expenses.
Nathan Brady receives a cheque from members of the Red House Community Centre RAOB - GLE, �Pride of the Wear and members of Bear Park George Cunningham Lodges towards the cost of his travel expenses.
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Southwick Health and Community Forum runs a Women’s Hour for those ladies thinking about becoming more health conscious. The sessions include healthy eating, boxercise and some complimentary therapies. You can also learn how to relieve stress. These are an hour of ‘me time’.

On Saturday, September 17, Southwick History and Preservation Society is holding a talk on The Church of St Columba in Southwick. The speaker will be Michael Johnson and the talk will cover the design of the church, the Roman influence and its stained glass windows and murals.  The meeting will be held in Holy Trinity Church, Church Bank, at 2pm. Visitors are welcome, pay £1. For more information, ring 0191 5220900 or email shaps.secretary@btinternet.com

Members of the Red House Community Centre RAOB - GLE, Pride of the Wear and members of Bear Park George Cunningham Lodges presented a cheque to Nathan Brady, the grandson of Bro Tut Ward ROH HM. The money was raised by Dave Henderson, who completed the Coast & Castle cycle challenge from Berwick-Upon-Tweed to Roker in Sunderland (117 miles) on the first weekend of July. Donations from family, friends, colleagues and the RAOB have been amazing and to date £4,031.50 has been raised for Kidney Research UK, Prostrate Cancer and Nathan’s expenses while representing Great Britain in Gymnastics in China. As Nathan is about to go to University it was agreed to award him £1,350. Nathan and his family would like to thank everyone for their support and generosity, the team only came second to China in the competition by a few points.

If anyone would like to promote their community activities please email southwickforum@hotmail.com