What's Happening In May!
Knit & Natter
Every Monday between 10am & 12 midday.
Read & Rhyme Time
Every Monday 10.30am
Summer Playscheme 2018 news.
This year we are offering FREE admission to our playscheme. We will also be offering free breakfast for all registered children which will start at 9.30am. Registration is required and forms are available at the centre. We do however have limited places so please ensure your registration forms are back to us by the 30th June 🌞🌞🌞
Any child aged between 2 to 6 years old is able to come and learn about football in a fun, friendly and safe environment.
Each session is held on St.Peter's field Sunday from 11:30 to 12:45
Updates via our facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/nlwfc
MONDAY 28TH MAY- BANK HOLIDAY
Fabulous open air Craft Display in Willow Park, brought to you by our fantastic Ranger Service. Traditional crafts, hands-on demonstrations and arena displays. Come along and enjoy!
For more information on the ranger events contact on-
Telephone: 01925 229021
Senior Youth Club 5-8pm! Come and check out our new facilities! Every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
There's so much to do - use the sports hall, gaming, music, djing, play pool, cinema room and loads more! FREE WIFI TOO!entry only £1, register on the door
Cafe will be open serving drinks, snacks and of course our delicious milkshakes!
If your aged 11-18 you're welcome! (Secondary school)
Junior youth club is officially back open Monday's 6 pm- 8 pm!!!!
For ages 8-11 only £1.50 entry
Child can be registered on the door
Come and see the brand new refurbished youth club at Newton Boys and Girls Club
High Street Hub
Alzheimer's Society Dementia Cafe at Crownway Community Centre Crown St Earlestown.
A Dementia Cafe for people with dementia and their carers to share experiences and learn in a supportive environment, with a representative from the Alzheimer’s Society on hand to provide information and guidance. Refreshments are available for purchase within their Community Cafe.
Please come along. Runs fortnightly Mondays
Newton and Earlestown Community Group est 2012