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Whats On?
Details of regular and upcoming events. .

Event TitleEvent DescriptionLink(if required)
Cafe Scientifique








Tuesday 15 July 2014












19:45 for 20:00
at
Arc
Dovecot St













Stockton on Tees
TS18 1LL
Mr Pud Bhaskar

Tomorrow's surgery today - how we can use our own cells to heal ourselves

Clinical director of Surgery, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust


 
Cafe Scientifique








Tuesday 17 June 2014












19:45 for 20:00
at
Arc
Dovecot St













Stockton on Tees
TS18 1LL
Dr Andrew Sails

Farewell to the Petri dish and microscope: How technology is changing the way we diagnose infectious disease



Head of Molecular Diagnostics and Research and Development, PHE Microbiology Services Newcastle Laboratory, The Medical School, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle


 
Cafe Scientifique








Tuesday 20 May 2014












19:45 for 20:00
at
Arc
Dovecot St













Stockton on Tees
TS18 1LL
Dr John Hancock


The story of bowel cancer - how screening can save lives



Consultant Physician, North Tees and Hartlepool Foundation Trust


 
Cafe Scientifique








Tuesday 15 April 2014












19:45 for 20:00
at
Arc
Dovecot St













Stockton on Tees
TS18 1LL
Professor Thomas Ward

Topic related to mathematics (TBC)



Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education), The Executive Office, The Palatine Centre, Durham University
 
Walking for Health


Stepping out in Stockton
A mixed selection of walks available across the borough. The majority of the walks are suitable for beginners, push chairs and wheelchairs. The walks last approximately an hour and usually finish with a friendly cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit. All walks are accessible by local transport, and are free of charge.



Details of Walking for Health walks within 5 miles of Ingleby Barwick are to be found at
http://www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/walksearch/TS17_5BL

One, about 2 miles long, starts at the Community Centre (just across the road from The Beckfields (pub)) on Tuesdays.

Ingleby Barwick Weekly at 10am. Meet outside Ingleby Barwick Community Hall, Beckfields Avenue, TS17 0QA. Easy to Moderate, mostly paved.

More information from
Steve Laskey, 01642 803441, stepping.out@stockton.gov.uk


 
 
PROBUS



Stokesley
A branch of Probus flourishes in Stokesley with meetings with a speaker at 09:30 at Stokesley Town Hall on 3rd Tuesday each month; see
http://www.stokesleyprobus.bravehost.com/index.htm
for more information
"The purpose of the club is to provide meetings for retired professional and businessmen who would value, in their retirement, increased social contacts and the opportunity for meeting others in similar circumstances."
 
BRIDGE CLUB ON INGLEBY BARWICKBRIDGE ON INGLEBY BARWICK

Would you like to play friendly Bridge once a week on Ingleby Barwick, possibly on Thursday afternoons.

We are interested in setting up a small BRIDGE CLUB for this purpose but we need to determine how much interest there would be.

If you are interested please get in touch with:

RITA MURPHY - 01642 875993
or
SUE ANDREWS - 01642 762112

We do hope this project will become a reality but it all depends on support from local residents.
 
Kirklevington PlaygroupKirklevington Old School Playgroup

Ofsted Registered - EY305959
Charity registration 1038569

19/21 Forest Lane, Kirklevington, Yarm.
07766913871 / 07813122581


Caring for children 2 – 5 years.

Open Monday to Friday
Morning and Afternoon sessions available
Lunch club available (11.45 – 12.45)
We offer a wrap around service with Kirklevington Primary School Nursery.

NOW OPEN DURING SCHOOL HOLIDAYS.

Please telephone Lorraine or Sarah on above numbers or call in for further information.

Click here to download our PDF poster
 
"FORTY-TWO!?" http://www.inglebynet.info/A series of 4 themed evenings designed to give Ingleby's deep thinkers an opportunity to discuss the BIG QUESTIONS...
Friday 13th Jan 7:30pm - "The Wonder of the Universe", Wynyard Planetatium
Friday 20th Jan 7:30pm - "Martians & ET", Wynyard Planetarium
Friday 27th Jan 7:30pm - "FORTY-TWO! - the ultimate meaning?", The Function Suite, Bannatynes Health Club, I/B
Friday 3rd Feb 7:30pm - "God, Stephen Hawking and the Big Bang", The Function Suite, Bannatynes Health Club, I/B
See poster for full details or email 42details@inglebynet.info
Click Here
Farmers MarketFarmers Market

1st Sunday of every month - Pinchinthorpe Hall
 
Women's Institute
Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick Branch
More information soon 
Ingleby Barwick
Over 50's Group
Every Wednesday afternoon between 14:00 & 16:00 there is an over 50's group which meets at the Barwick Comunity Centre (junction of Beckfields Ave & Haresfield Way). Activities include carpet bowls, board games and, from time to time, outings.
Come along and see for yourself.
Further information from
Sheila Rouse telephone762263
 
U 3 A

The University of the Third Age
University of the Third Age

What is U3A?
The University of the Third Age is a brilliant concept, a national organisation aimed at active retired people seeking fellowship and wishing to develop new interests, or pursue current activities, with like minded folk. Local groups work to a loosely defined national concept and are free to establish informal activity sections. These can cover anything their members aspire to: informal education, walking, discussion, armchair travel, sport, reading, drama, bridge, the list is endless. The only requirement is sufficient people with a similar interest, plus someone to act as organiser and/or instructor in that subject. Groups meet as and when they wish to pursue that interest. Typically the main U3A group meets monthly to enjoy a speaker, coffee, fellowship and a general chat. Costs are kept to the minimum; for example an annual fee of £10 plus £1 when attending the monthly meeting. The aim of U3A is to keep mind and body active by enjoying favourite pursuits with like minded people. No qualifications are required nor given, there is no attendance requirement, no tutor fees, with interest groups sharing any expenses they incur.

For information about the nearest local branches click on
Stokesley U 3 A
and
South Durham - Darlington
 
Cafe-Scientifique
Third Tuesday of each month at the ARC (Dovecot St Stockton)at 19:30 for 20:00 Café Scientifique is a monthly conversation about current issues in science and technology in a relaxed café setting. Anyone, from sixth formers to senior citizens, can engage with an expert about the latest ideas and trends - you don't need a science background! After about half-an hour's introduction there's a break to replenish your drinks, the floor is then open to conversation - not just about the technical details but the impact upon our communities and world. The speakers are leaders in their field, many from the Northeast.
For further information & programme details just click on
Cafe Scientifique

 
I.D.S
Ingleby Dance School

We offer dance classes based on the B.A.T.D syllabus, they include: Ballet,Modern Jazz, Popdance, Tapdance, Song&Dance and adult Jazzdance Classes
We are based at the All Saints Secondary School in Ingleby Barwick
To contact us:
Email:inglebydanceschool@yahoo.co.uk
Tel:01642 766209
Website:www.inglebydanceschool.co.uk
We also organise 2 stage performances per year ! Our next show will take place on 11 and 12 December 2004.
The I.D.S pupils will perform "Musical Magic" a song and dance show
VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.INGLEBYDANCESCHOOL.CO.UK
Click Here
YOGA CLASSYOGA CLASS

Parkmore Hotel Leisure Club Thursday evening 7.30 to 9pm

Beginners and those with some experience welcome

10 week block (£24 for non members)

Contact Parkmore Leisure Club - 01642 792860
 
Summer FayreSt Therese of Lisieux

Sunday 13 June 2004 afternoon
St Therese School, Lamb Lane

Watch this space
 
Ingleby Gymnastics ClubGymnastics

If you are interested in Gymnastics - Why not join a class at the Ingleby Gymnastics Club, become a member of British Gymnastics and have a go?

From 7th May 2004, All Saints School

Please click here to view the poster, or contact Lyndsay Anderson for further details:

Telephone: 01642 765743
Mobile: 07748 786101
Email: inglebygc@aol.com
 
INGLEBY PET MINDING Founded on Honesty and Reliability since 1997.

Experienced Dog Handlers available for Dog Walking (7 days a week) Pets Minded while you are away from home (7 days a week) Pets Minded for that important function, family visit, wedding, day trip, etc.

One-to-One Obedience Training (25 years experience)

We cater for all kinds of pets, large or small, from dogs, cats, rabbits etc., to Koi and reptiles.

References available.

For More Details please phone:
Pat 07803662924 or
Amanda:07966211825
 
PROBUSPROBUS is a club for retired PROfessionals and BUSinessmen who value, in their retirement, a social contact and the opportunity to meet others in similar circumstances.

There is now a club covering INGLEBY BARWICK, THORNABY and the surrounding areas. Meetings are usually held twice a month on the morning of the second and fourth Tuesday with a speaker and refreshments at the Yarm Social Service Centre, Bentley Wynd, Yarm from 10:00 to 12:00

Latest Meeting Schedule - Click here for details.

Further information from Bob Banner (01642) 781267.
 
Community CentreDetails of the courses and activities held at the community centre on Beckfields Avenue, Click the link for details.Click Here
Choi Kwang DoMartial arts classes (Yarm) -Click the link for details.Click Here
Scuba DivingClick the link for details of your local scuba diving club. Including details on how to join in.Click Here
Gymnastic ClassesGymnastic classes. Get trained by British Gymnastics qualified coaches. We run a local Gym Club which is doing really well with approximately 30 local youngsters regularly benefiting from the training. Children can gain British Gymnastics Association badges and certificates.

Click the link for details.
Click Here
Church Service ScheduleFor a list of church service times click here. 


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