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  1. 1. Where To Go& What To See Fingers crossed for a good summer! As we launch into the summer break we have brought together The North East’s local events to give you an Premier Family Golf action packed programme with Experience lots of free events to enjoy. 12-HOLE CRAZY GOLF For outdoor events please dress • NO NEED TO BOOK for the weather, with good • NO EQUIPMENT REQUIRED footwear and warm, waterproof • CLUB HIRE IS FREE JUST TURN UP & PLAY clothing or sun hats and sun cream. Take a packed lunch and • ALL AGES & ABILITIES drinks for all day walks. • GREAT FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY S ALL D PECIAL O A FF The events are aimed at helping Y 50 Ba EVERY M ER 9-HO lls On Th ONDA local people explore what is LES O e Ran Y g Any S n The Cou e on their doorstep by bringing OTHER FACILITIES INCLUDE: •16 BAY FLOODLIT DRIVING an Any D dwich rse together local events to help RANGE ONLY rink £10 you plan your families summer • 9-HOLE PAY & PLAY COURSE CRAZY GOLF break. • COFFEE SHOP WEEKEND SPECIAL Saturdays & Sundays OPEN 7 DAYS We hope you enjoy reading our 9.00 – 11.00am FOR ALL ENQUIRES Only £1.00 per person Out & About guide and find it 0845 0750001 helpful in planning your family days out locally. Page 1 Local Answer
  2. 2. Minibeast MayhemCome and track down the bugsthat live along our beck valleys andjoin the craft session to decorateyour own insect to take home;Tuesday 2nd AugustBug Hunt 10.30am-12pm at MiddleBeck; please meet at the CharlburyRoad Community Centre.Design a Bug 1.30-3.30pm at theCharlbury Road Community Teddy Bear’s PicnicCentre. Bring your favourite teddy for tasty treats, trails, games andThursday 4th August crafts at the following locations;Bug Hunt 10.30am-12pm atOrmesby Wednesday 10th AugustBeck/Berwick Hills; please meet 1-3pm at Charlbury Roadat the sculptured gateway off Community Centre.Bradhope Road, opposite BurnsallRoad. Thursday 18th AugustDesign a Bug 2-4pm at Berwick 2-4pm at Park End CommunityHills Centre.Library. Beck to the FarmWednesday 24th August Thursday 22nd SeptemberBug Hunt 10.30am-12pm at 10am-12.30pmMarton West Beck; please meet 5 mile guided walk followingat the Sutton Estate Residents’ Marton West Beck upstream toCentre at the corner of Collin Newham Grange Country FarmAvenue and Sutton Way. Design for tea and cake in the new café.a Bug 1.30-3.30pm at the Sutton Meeting at the small car parkHouse Centre, Sutton Estate area off Holmwood Avenue,Residents’ Centre at the corner of near St Chad’s Church. MinibusCollin Avenue and Sutton Way. provided for return to start of walk. Limited numbers, booking essential on 01642 515618Stockton International Riverside FestivalThursday 4th August – Sunday 7th AugustStockton High Street, Parish Gardens, Church Road and the RiversideThe 24th Stockton International Riverside Festival promises to be themost entertaining so far, with magical performances from around theglobe. A vibrant mix of music and dance, the spectacular communitycarnival and some weird and wonderful street theatre Keep up-to-datewith all of the latest SIRF information at Answer Page 2
  3. 3. Unique Farm YardExperienceThe Farmyard Flyers Double Deckerbus is a unique experience whosintroduction gives a school, eventor establishment the opportunityto introduce as many children aspossible to the animals in the timeallotted. Small groups of childrentravel through the bus with theirstaff or carers meeting the animalsand learning about them as they go. to youThe staff on board will discuss the g th e far m s! We brin le Decker Buanimals with the children, talkingabout things like good animal ubhusbandry, the five animal freedoms, in a Do Theresome of the history of the livestock are largeetc. The children will have chance to animalson theask questions and improve their own lower deck includinglearning regarding the animals. sheep, goats, pigs and ponies and small animals onThe group size is flexible depending the upper deck, rabbits, guineaon the age and needs of the children. pigs, gerbils, chinchillas and aWe are able to accommodate hatchery where you can handlemainstream pupils of any age or eggs and the children can hold babyability through to pupils with special chicks. all our animals are friendlyneeds e.g. wheelchair access would and tackile which enable all ages tobe two to three at a time depending enjoy a unique experience.on the type of chair the youngperson uses and lower deck only. For We offer an introduction to animalschildren unable to access the bus allowing as many children asat all it is possible to have some of possible to go through thethe smaller animals taken in to the bus, an introduction with aschool /establishment for them to lesson which would bemeet. structured to national curriculum.The activity is designed to give thechildren the opportunity to exploreand investigate the animals in a waythat suits their own specific needsand abilities. They will encounterfarm animals on the lower deck andsmall animals like rabbits, gerbils,chinchillas, hamsters, lizards etc onthe upper deck. The animals on thebus may vary according to the needs Ideal Fof the animals themselves but there or Par twill always be a large selection of & Even iesanimals for the children to meet. tsThe Farmyard Flyer is a unique, safe Tel: Gill Rivers 07814 629012and thoroughly enjoyable way for www.farmyardflyer.orgchildren to get to know farm animals. Page 3 Local Answer
  4. 4. Music improves self discipline, concentration and creativityMusical Melodies is a Music School and is considered the starting pointfor any student, between the ages of 4 – 8 years, who enjoys music andwould like to learn how to read music notation in a fun and friendlyenvironment.Music improves self discipline, diligence, concentration, memory skillsand creativity.A variety of instruments and techniques are used to obtain this goal.Instruments used include: xylophones, glockenspiels, boomwhackers,handbells, recorders, drums, rhythmic instruments, keyboards and manymore percussion instruments.Children are taught by an experienced CRB checked teacher (H.Dip.Ed,ALCM) in a fun and informative way.There are 5 groups (levels) that a students needs to work through. Eachgroup has a set syllabus which the students must complete before beingconsidered for promotion into the next group.Students are promoted according to ability and NOT age, therefore it ispossible that in every group there will be a variety of ages.An annual concert is held each year where all the students have theopportunity to perform for their parents and families. This gives parents/guardians a chance to see what their children have learnt.Children are taught by an experienced CRB checked teacher (H.Dip.Ed,ALCM) in a fun and informative way. For more information call01642 895495What makes this a special place?The North York Moors National Park is a beautiful landscape of stunningmoorland, spectacular coast, ancient woodland and historic sites. Its agreat place whatever time of year.The Moorsbus service is now running. Its the green way and a great wayto discover and explore the North York Moors. Summer is here and theNorth York Moors is a great place to be. They have Roam with a Rangerevents, and countless fun activities to be enjoyed.Local Answer Page 4
  5. 5. Natures WorldNatures World aim to provide youwith more than just a visit to the uks Hartlepoolpioneering eco-experience, their plan is to Boroughprovide you with information, education,ideas and an inspiration for looking after Councilthe environment. AdoptionWith on-site tearooms serving both hotand cold food & drink, ample free car Serviceparking and so much to see and do whynot come and experience the beauty of Could you be those special people that weNature’s World for yourself. are looking for? Are you seeking fulfilment, fun, enjoyment and even perhaps a challenge? We are looking for people from many different walks of life that have the time, commitment and desire to be an adoptive parent. FREE We currently have children from 0-7 years and CHILD sibling groups who require adoptive families. ENTRY On production of this voucher when If you would like more information accompanied by a about adoption please contact the full paying adult. Offer valid ’til adoption team on: Sunday 29th May 01429 275144 2011 at Nature’s World or e-mail Let your children learn a new language - MUSIC! gust 2011 - 31st Au 21st July 28 Come and try our club for only... £ Music improves self discipline, diligence, memory skills, creativity and concentration. Opportunity for children 4 to 8 years to learn a skill that will stay with them for the rest of their lives! Wide range of instruments taught in a fun way T&Cs apply. Check out our website for further details. but with full understanding of reading and playing music. Experenced CRB check tutors Lessons held in Eaglescliffe SPLASH 01642 660610 For more information contact Megan or Jeannie on THORNABY PAVILION 01642 760971 01642 895495 BILLINGHAM FORUM 01642 551381 Established 1993 Page 5 Local Answer
  6. 6. Take to the Tees is backTake to the Tees is back with eight fun-filled days of river-basedwatersports activities - come along to try our taster sessions with loadsof offer from powerboats to canoes. This action-packed festival kicks offwith Stockton Triathlon and closes with the televised River Rat Race.Sandwiched between these two thrilling events are a whole host ofwater-based activities all available for you to try at very low-cost - mostactivities are available to try for no more than a fiver!Stockton Triathlon Sailing RowingOn Sunday 21 August Available Tuesday 23, Available Tuesday Thursday 25, Friday 23 and Thursday 25River Rat Race 26 August (activity August (activity timesSunday 28 August times arranged at time arranged at time of of booking). Suitable booking).Wheelyboats for people aged over 8 Suitable for peopleAvailable each day years. aged over 5 years.from Monday 22through to Saturday 27 Kayaking Powerboating trip toAugust (activity times Available Tuesday 23, the coastarranged at time of Thursday 25, Friday Available Wednesdaybooking). 26 August (activity 24 and Friday 26Suitable for people times arranged at time August (activity timesaged over 5 years. of booking). Suitable arranged at time of for people aged over 8 booking).Paddleboarding years. Suitable for peopleAvailable Monday aged over 12 years.22nd, Wednesday 24th, CanoeingFriday 26th, Saturday Available Tuesday 23, Whitewater rafting27th August (activity Thursday 25, Friday Available Wednesdaytimes arranged at time 26, Saturday 27 24 August (activityof booking). August (activity times times arranged at timeSuitable for people arranged at time of of booking). Suitableaged over 11 years booking). for people aged over 5 Suitable for people years.Waterskiing aged over 5 years.Available Monday 22, ThundercatsWednesday 24, Friday Available Friday 2626 August (activity August (activity timestimes arranged at time arranged at time ofof booking). booking). SuitableSuitable for people for people aged over 8aged over 10 years. years.Local Answer Page 6
  7. 7. R-Kade Is The North East’s Original Skatepark Covering 20,000 sq feet and has been operating since July 1999. • 5 years upwards • Cafe area • Spined mini • Rhythm section • Mini ramp Jump boxes and much more Where children canplay, climb, swing, run, slide and jump until they are YOU’LL totally worn out with fun! LOVE IT! Our fully heated indoor facility includesa bouncy castle, ball pools, slides, cargonets, and much more. Enjoy a light snack in our café area whilst watching yourchildren have fun. It‛s the ideal place to he shop! spend two hours of fun this summer. t Educational & Fun World TRY OUR CAFÉ – Enjoy for 12 years and under a snack and a refreshing Two Hours of Fun drink in our café while the MX te/Scooter/B all your Ska Large Bouncy Castle children play – it‛s a great Ball Pool & Cargo Nets place to meet up with your For ares. parts and sp Slides & Much More friends. hats / caps Birthday Parties are our Dedicated under 5‛s Area + clothing & speciality Children MUST be RE , MUCH MO supervised by parent ND MUCH or guardian at all times, A now open! height restriction applies GREAT FUN FOR THE FAMILY •Under 16’s MUST have parent/guardian to sign disclaimer form •Under12’s MUST have parental supervision •Helmets Must be worn at all timesPlease telephone one of our friendly staff for opening times and prices Tel: 01642 483520 Majuba Road, Redcar TS10 5BJ Page 7 Local Answer
  8. 8. Mystical Moorland Festival Sutton Bank National Park Centre Sunday 14th August 11am - 4.30pm A Living History Group bring our moorland heritage to life Facinating tales from Old Farmer Ralph Have a go at drystone walling Learn about honey bees, birds of prey, moorland sheep and game keeping ...and much, much more n io For details call 01439 772738 or visit iss E m E Ad FR And for a great family day out... ...visit a National Park Centre The Moors National Park Centre, Sutton Bank National Park Centre Danby, near Whitby near Thirsk Interactive exhibitions Interactive displays Indoor & outdoor Bird watching play areas Walks and trails Inspired by...Gallery of local arts & crafts Fabulous views Tea room Tea room ssi on ssio n mi mi Fre e ad Fre e ad For further information and opening times visit: Page 8