Lightwater Valley Trip

Lightwater Valley Trip

On Saturday 11th August we are running a trip to Light Water Valley for children with Additional needs and their families.

Tickets are £15 per head and includes bus transport from Prudhoe Front Street and the theme park entry.

Booking forms can be found on the School Holiday Activities page.

Happy Faces is now a Registered Charity

Happy Faces is now a Registered Charity

It’s official, we are a registered charity.

Which means lots more opportunities to raise funds, to have even better activities.

It’s taken a while to get there but the tenacity of Angie and Amanda and close working with the team at Northumberland County Council has enabled this to happen.

What happens next ?

Next step is to use this status to attract some additional funding so we can add a few more trips, some better equipment and other activities throughout 2018.

Watch this space for more details – but if you have any suggestions as to how to improve the facilities and services at Happy Faces please contact us and let us know.

Latest News for the Happy Faces Youth Club

Latest News for the Happy Faces Youth Club

The Youth Club on a Monday evening is having a great start to 2018.

We now have a pool table for the children to play with, and more toys and games are coming in all the time.

Last week we were growing Cress (results to be seen tomorrow night) as well as making Fruit Kebabs and a great session of Yoga!

We’ll be making smoothies at the next session on Monday 29th January and a lot more games planned.

A great time was had by all.

Want to know more ?

Contact us for more information or come along any time if you want to find out more or join in.

Brill time at Beamish !

Brill time at Beamish !

Many thanks to the Co-op Funeral care team who donated free tickets for Beamish Museum this weekend.

Everyone who went had a fantastic time, despite the pretty cold weather.

If you haven’t been to Beamish before it is definitely worth a visit – loads to do including travelling back in time to the times when Coal Mining was a big industry in the North East, a 1940s town, farming area and a steam train ride. They now have plans to include a 1950’s area.

They have buses and trams running across the site to transport you about, and at the moment there is a fab Santas Grotto for the kids and an ice rink if you’re brave enough.

Dogs are allowed on site (but not inside the buildings).