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Middleton Grange launches counterterrorism training workshop

Middleton Grange launches counterterrorism training workshop created by Middleton Grange published on 30 January 2020

Middleton Grange and Counter Terrorism Policing North East have teamed up this New Year to launch a free course for shopping centre customers that will offer advice on how to tackle such threats in the community.  Taking place on Saturday 1 February, the workshop has been created specifically for the general public by the counterterrorism officers.

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Northern Children's Book Festival 2019

Northern Children's Book Festival 2019 created by RS published on 29 January 2020

Each year the Northern Children's Book Festival runs a two week festival of book related activity working with schools and communities across the whole of the North East region.  Over the two weeks local library authorities deliver a programme of visits by authors, illustrators, poets and other storytellers. 

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North East Disability Sports Awards 2019

North East Disability Sports Awards 2019 created by Tees Valley Sport published on 22 January 2020

The North East Disability Sports Awards will celebrate the fantastic achievements and contributions that our athletes, coaches and clubs have made to disability sport across the region from January - December 2019.  Click here for more information and how to nominate! 

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Free Sport Sessions this Spring

created by BB published on 20 January 2020

Free Sports Sessions  Throughout January, February and March 2020 Hartlepool Brough Council are offering free gym and sports sessions. Please call 01429 523338 to find out more. Brierton Sports Centre - free Monday morning sessions Tone Zone from 9.30-10.30am. - free Tuesday afternoons Metapwr from 5.30 - 6.00pm Headland Sports Centre

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Take a Minute

Take a Minute created by BB published on 07 January 2020

While the converation around mental health has grown significantly in recent years, mental health problems remain one of the biggest issues in society today. Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45 and it's time this changed.

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