What’s on

Events Calendar

There are lots of opportunities for you to find out more about how we can help with well being for life in so many different ways.  Why not come along to one of our introduction events to find out more?  Our friendly staff will be happy to have a chat over a cup of tea/coffee and tell you more about our free Wellbeing for Life service. Check out the events in your area, or further information call 0800 8766 887 or email us today.

New details are added regularly to these pages, so please visit often to make sure you don’t miss anything. Even if an event is listed as “closed” please get in touch to find out how you can register or get details of upcoming events in your area.  We are always keen to hear about new groups that people would like to have in their local area so please let us know if you have ideas about what activities could support health and wellbeing where you are.

Events in East Durham

Event Event Venue Event Team Further information Time Date
February 2019

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

Seaham Harbour Marina, Unit 10, The Waterside Seaham Harbour Marina, Seaham SR7 7EE

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

1pm-2.30pm

Wednesday 20 February

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Arts and Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Community Centre, Hesleden Rd, Hartlepool TS27 4LG

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 3.00pm

Wednesday 20 February

Chairobics

Improve your fitness and mobility in our fun, chair-based exercise class.  All abilities welcome, over 18’s only.  £1.00 tutor/venue charge

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

 

 

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

11am-12pm

Wednesday 20 February

Exercise After Stroke

Do you feel the need to get out and meet new people? Need some exercise? If this is you come along to our sessions on a Wednesday and Friday

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen


Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

 

Wednesdays and Fridays –1:30pm - 2:30pm

Wednesday 20 February

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

 

Tracy Usher & Sarah Howells


Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

 

5pm – 6:30pm

Wednesday 20 February

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.30am-11.30am

Thursday 21 February

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Trimdon Library, Church Road, Trimdon TS29 6PY

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

5pm-6pm

Thursday 21 February

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

10.30am-11.30am

Thursday 21 February

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Library, 14 Middle St, Blackhall Colliery, Hartlepool TS27 4EA

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.00 - 11.00am

Thursday 21 February

Better Fit

FREE 8 week programme commencing Thursday 7 February 2019.

Do your talk to your friends and they tell you how they are getting fit through the gym to do spinning, Metafit or boot camp?

Does this fill you with dread? Here at Healthworks we are offering Better Fit – a free programme which will introduce you to the gym and its equipment, build your confidence, working at your pace in a fun and comfortable environment.

We will provide you with the tools which can improve your physical and mental wellbeing.  This will be a small private group, led by an experienced trainer.

If you are interested in this programme you will need to complete a gym eligibility form which you can do at reception or over the telephone on 0191 372 8710.  Once completed and signed off you can enrol on the programme and start your pathway to fitness!

Our café Juiceworks will be open from 9am if you want to call first for a free tea or coffee.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, Co Durham SR8 3EX

David Hall

Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710

9.30am - 10.15am

Thursday 21 February

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Shotton Library, 4 Co-Operative Terrace, Shotton Colliery, Durham DH6 2LW

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

3.30 - 4.30pm

Friday 22 February

Get Connected

A safe space for those with mental health issues to socialise and enjoy themselves.  Meets weekly

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Will Maddison

Please register your interest via Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710 as places are limited

12:30pm-2:30pm

Friday 22 February

Circuits & New Age Kurling

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise; a range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Cost £3

Trimdon Village Hall

 

Hallgarth Road

 

Trimdon Station

 

TS29 6JX

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1pm-3pm

Friday 22 February

Exercise After Stroke

Do you feel the need to get out and meet new people? Need some exercise? If this you come along to our sessions on a Wednesday and Friday

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Friday 22 February

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Seaham Library, Sophia St, Seaham SR7 7JN

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 2.30pm

Friday 22 February

Creative Writing & Crafts

Come along to a friendly, comfortable environment where you can share your creativity with like minded others.

Every Friday for 8 weeks commencing 25 January 2019.

£2.00 per session.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, Peterlee SR8 3EX

Jaynie Dixon-Hand

Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710

1.00 - 2.30pm

Friday 22 February

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Horden Library, Sunderland Road, Horden, Peterlee SR8 4PF

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

10.30am-12.30am

Saturday 23 February

Yoga

Feeling stressed?  Want to do a calming workout?  Then give our yoga class a try.  £3.00 tutor/venue charge

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Jan Burnham

To book your place, please ring Healthworks Reception on Monday morning after 8:30am – 0191 372 8710.

9:30am – 10:30am

Saturday 23 February

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10am-11am

Sunday 24 February

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Ferryhill Library

North Street,

Ferryhill

DL17 8HX

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

3pm-4pm

Monday 25 February

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

Easington Colliery Former Pit Car park (off Seaside Lane), Abbott Street

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10.30am-11.30am

Monday 25 February

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ladder Centre, 5-7 Coniston Road, Ferryhill DL17 8EZ

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10am-11am

Monday 25 February

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Robin Todd Centre, South Hetton, DH6 2TH

Jordan Coils

0191 5260520

9:30am - 11am

Monday 25 February

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Knit & Natter – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Peterlee Library, Peterlee Leisure Centre, St Cuthbert’s Way, Peterlee, Co Durham SR8 1AF

Ways to Wellbeing




03000 262 539

11.00 - 12.00pm

Monday 25 February

Walking Football

Walking Football is a slower version of the game; it’s football at a walking pace. Adults all over the country have begun playing the game of Walking Football for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session brings, as much as the health benefits on offer.  It can give those who feel isolated an outlet, provide an activity for those who don’t deem themselves fit enough to run anymore and offer a stepping stone for those looking for a pathway back into fitness.

Cost – £3:00

 

 

 

Peterlee Pavilion, 7-12 Helford Rd, Peterlee SR8 1ER

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

 

7.30pm-8.30pm

Monday 25 February

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Crochet – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Peterlee Library, Peterlee Leisure Centre, St Cuthbert’s Way, Peterlee, Co Durham SR8 1AF

Ways to Wellbeing


03000 262 539

5.00 - 7.00pm

Monday 25 February

Walking Netball

Walking Netball is a slower version of the game; it’s netball at a walking pace. Adults all over the country have begun playing the game of Walking Netball for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session brings, as much as the health benefits on offer.  It can give those who feel isolated an outlet, provide an activity for those who don’t deem themselves fit enough to run anymore and offer a stepping stone for those looking for a pathway back into fitness.

Cost – £3:00

Seaham Leisure Centre, The Recreation Ground, Deneside, Seaham, County Durham, SR7 8NP

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

7.30pm-8.30pm

Monday 25 February

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Murton Library, Barnes Rd, Murton, Seaham SR7 9QR


Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

2.00 - 3.00pm

Monday 25 February

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Thornley Library, High St, Thornley, Durham DH6 3EL

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

10.00 - 11.30am

Monday 25 February

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

 

Wingate Community Centre, 55 Front Street, Wingate, County Durham, TS28 5LQ

Sarah Howells




01429 836092

10:15am-11:15am

Monday 25 February

Balance Right

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise; a range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

 

Cost £3

 

Fishburn Education Centre

East View

Fishburn

 

TS21 4AU

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

12:30pm-1:30pm

Monday 25 February

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Easington Colliery Library, Seaside Lane, Easington Colliery,  Peterlee,  County Durham,  SR8 3PN

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

4pm-5pm

Monday 25 February

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coxhoe Active Life Centre, Linden Grove, Durham DH6 4DW

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

1pm-2pm

Tuesday 26 February

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Wingate Library, 55 Front St, Wingate TS28 5AA

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

9.30 - 11.30am

Tuesday 26 February

MS Support Group

A friendly group offering people with MS a chance to meet and share experiences.  Meets fortnightly.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

10:30am-12:30pm

Tuesday 26 February

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

Seaham Harbour Marina, Unit 10, The Waterside Seaham Harbour Marina, Seaham SR7 7EE

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

1pm-2.30pm

Wednesday 27 February

Exercise After Stroke

Do you feel the need to get out and meet new people? Need some exercise? If this is you come along to our sessions on a Wednesday and Friday

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen




Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

Wednesdays and Fridays –1:30pm - 2:30pm

Wednesday 27 February

Artworks

Are you interested in having fun and learning or improving your art skills?  Why not come along to our friendly group, all abilities welcome.  Over 18’s only.

£5.00 per month venue/tutor charge.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception -0191 372 8710

1pm-4pm

Wednesday 27 February

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

 Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

 

Tracy Usher & Sarah Howells


Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

 

5pm – 6:30pm

Wednesday 27 February

Chairobics

Improve your fitness and mobility in our fun, chair-based exercise class.  All abilities welcome, over 18’s only.  £1.00 tutor/venue charge

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

11am - 12pm

Wednesday 27 February

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Arts and Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Community Centre, Hesleden Rd, Hartlepool TS27 4LG

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 3.00pm

Wednesday 27 February

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Library, 14 Middle St, Blackhall Colliery, Hartlepool TS27 4EA

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.00 - 11.00am

Thursday 28 February

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Seaham Library Seaham Contact Centre St John’s Square Seaham County Durham SR7 7JE

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

1pm-2pm

Thursday 28 February

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Wingate Library, Front St, Wingate TS28 5AA

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

4.30pm-5.30pm

Thursday 28 February

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.30am-11.30am

Thursday 28 February

C.H.A.T.

Celebrate Hope All Together

This is a free support group for people and their families affected by Cancer. To be held on the last Thursday of each month

Starbucks, Dalton Park

Beverley Butters

10:30am - 12:30pm

Thursday 28 February

Alfie’s Happy Homework Academy (A.H.H.A.)

Get support with school learning topics and homework.  Learn new and interesting topics.  Cover seasonal events with activities and crafts.  And MOST importantly, make FRIENDS and have FUN!!!

Tea Time meal provided (for all attendees) – please let us know in advance of dietary requirements.

50p per person (adults and children).  Held every Thursday.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

JD Creative

Call Healthworks reception on 0191 372 8710

3.45pm - 5.45pm every Thursday

Thursday 28 February

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Thornley Library, High Street, Durham DH6 3EL

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

2pm-3pm

Thursday 28 February

Better Fit

FREE 8 week programme commencing Thursday 7 February 2019.

Do your talk to your friends and they tell you how they are getting fit through the gym to do spinning, Metafit or boot camp?

Does this fill you with dread? Here at Healthworks we are offering Better Fit – a free programme which will introduce you to the gym and its equipment, build your confidence, working at your pace in a fun and comfortable environment.

We will provide you with the tools which can improve your physical and mental wellbeing.  This will be a small private group, led by an experienced trainer.

If you are interested in this programme you will need to complete a gym eligibility form which you can do at reception or over the telephone on 0191 372 8710.  Once completed and signed off you can enrol on the programme and start your pathway to fitness!

Our café Juiceworks will be open from 9am if you want to call first for a free tea or coffee.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, Co Durham SR8 3EX

David Hall

Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710

9.30am - 10.15am

Thursday 28 February

March 2019

Circuits & New Age Kurling

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise; a range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Cost £3

 

Trimdon Village Hall

Hallgarth Road

Trimdon Station

TS29 6JX

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

1pm-3pm

Friday 01 March

Exercise After Stroke

Do you feel the need to get out and meet new people? Need some exercise? If this you come along to our sessions on a Wednesday and Friday

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

1:30pm - 2:30pm & 2:30pm - 3:30pm

Friday 01 March

Get Connected

A safe space for those with mental health issues to socialise and enjoy themselves.  Meets weekly.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

12:30pm - 2pm

Friday 01 March

Creative Writing & Crafts

Come along to a friendly, comfortable environment where you can share your creativity with like minded others.

Every Friday for 8 weeks commencing 25 January 2019.

£2.00 per session.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, Peterlee SR8 3EX

Jaynie Dixon-Hand

Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710

1.00 - 2.30pm

Friday 01 March

Yoga

Feeling stressed?  Want to do a calming workout?  Then give our yoga class a try.  £3.00 tutor/venue charge

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Jan Burnham




To book your place, please ring Healthworks Reception on Monday morning after 8:30am – 0191 372 8710.

9:30am – 10:30am

Saturday 02 March

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10am-11am

Sunday 03 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

Wingate Community Centre, 55 Front Street, Wingate, County Durham, TS28 5LQ

Sarah Howells




01429 836092

10:15am-11:15am

Monday 04 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ladder Centre, 5-7 Coniston Road, Ferryhill DL17 8EZ

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10am-11am

Monday 04 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

 

 

Easington Colliery Former Pit Car park (off Seaside Lane), Abbott Street

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

10.30am-11.30am

Monday 04 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Robin Todd Centre, South Hetton, DH6 2TH

Jordan Coils

0191 5260520

9:30am - 11am

Monday 04 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Thornley Library, High St, Thornley, Durham DH6 3EL

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

10.00 - 11.30am

Monday 04 March

Walking Football

Walking Football is a slower version of the game; it’s football at a walking pace. Adults all over the country have begun playing the game of Walking Football for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session brings, as much as the health benefits on offer.  It can give those who feel isolated an outlet, provide an activity for those who don’t deem themselves fit enough to run anymore and offer a stepping stone for those looking for a pathway back into fitness.

Cost – £3:00

 

 

 

Peterlee Pavilion, 7-12 Helford Rd, Peterlee SR8 1ER

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

 

7.30pm-8.30pm

Monday 04 March

Walking Netball

Walking Netball is a slower version of the game; it’s netball at a walking pace. Adults all over the country have begun playing the game of Walking Netball for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session brings, as much as the health benefits on offer.  It can give those who feel isolated an outlet, provide an activity for those who don’t deem themselves fit enough to run anymore and offer a stepping stone for those looking for a pathway back into fitness.

Cost – £3:00

Seaham Leisure Centre, The Recreation Ground, Deneside, Seaham, County Durham, SR7 8NP

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

7.30pm-8.30pm

Monday 04 March

Stroke Support Group

A friendly group offering people who have experienced a stroke a chance to meet and share experiences.  Meets fortnightly.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

1:30pm - 3:30pm

Monday 04 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Knit & Natter – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Peterlee Library, Peterlee Leisure Centre, St Cuthbert’s Way, Peterlee, Co Durham SR8 1AF

Ways to Wellbeing




03000 262 539

11.00 - 12.00pm

Monday 04 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Crochet – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Peterlee Library, Peterlee Leisure Centre, St Cuthbert’s Way, Peterlee, Co Durham SR8 1AF

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

5.00 - 7.00pm

Monday 04 March

Balance Right

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise; a range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

 

Cost £3

 

Fishburn Education Centre

East View

Fishburn

 

TS21 4AU

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

12:30pm-1:30pm

Monday 04 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coxhoe Active Life Centre, Linden Grove, Durham DH6 4DW

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

1pm-2pm

Tuesday 05 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Trimdon Library, Church Road, Trimdon TS29 6PY

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.00 - 12.00pm

Tuesday 05 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Wingate Library, 55 Front St, Wingate TS28 5AA

Ways to Wellbeing


03000 262 539

9.30 - 11.30am

Tuesday 05 March

Cooking on a Budget

FREE Community Training Session.  Shopping and cooking on a budget.

People always say it is impossible to eat healthy on a budget.  Come along to our new cooking course and we will show you how!

Shop for low cost healthy meals for the whole family, prepare the meals in the session and taste the end result for your lunch.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Wellbeing for Life

To book: www.hits.cdd.nhs.uk

cdda-tr.CBS@nhs.net

Tel: 01388 455 244

10.00 - 4.00pm

Tuesday 05 March

Artworks

Are you interested in having fun and learning or improving your art skills?  Why not come along to our friendly group, all abilities welcome.  Over 18’s only.

£5.00 venue/tutor charge.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

1pm-4pm

Wednesday 06 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

Seaham Harbour Marina, Unit 10, The Waterside Seaham Harbour Marina, Seaham SR7 7EE

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

1pm-2.30pm

Wednesday 06 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Arts and Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Community Centre, Hesleden Rd, Hartlepool TS27 4LG

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 3.00pm

Wednesday 06 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

 Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

 

Tracy Usher & Sarah Howells


Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

 

5pm – 6:30pm

Wednesday 06 March

Exercise After Stroke

Do you feel the need to get out and meet new people? Need some exercise? If this is you come along to our sessions on a Wednesday and Friday

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

 

Mick Killeen


Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

 

Wednesdays and Fridays –1:30pm

Wednesday 06 March

Chairobics

Improve your fitness and mobility in our fun, chair-based exercise class.  All abilities welcome, over 18’s only.  £1.00 tutor/venue charge

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

11am - 12pm

Wednesday 06 March

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.30am-11.30am

Thursday 07 March

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read.  Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

First Thursday of the month.

Blackhall Library,

Back Middle Street,

Blackhall,

Hartlepool,

County Durham,

TS27 4HD

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

3pm-4pm

Thursday 07 March

Alfie’s Happy Homework Academy

Get support with school learning topics and homework.  Learn new and interesting topics.  Cover seasonal events with activities and crafts.  And MOST importantly, make FRIENDS and have FUN!!!

Tea Time meal provided (for all attendees) – please let us know in advance of dietary requirements.

50p per person (adults and children).  Held every Thursday.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

JD Creative

Call Healthworks reception on 0191 372 8710

3.45pm - 5.45pm every Thursday

Thursday 07 March

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Easington Colliery Library, Seaside Lane, Easington Colliery, Peterlee, County Durham, SR8 3PN

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

4pm-5pm

Thursday 07 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Library, 14 Middle St, Blackhall Colliery, Hartlepool TS27 4EA

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.00 - 11.00am

Thursday 07 March

Better Fit

FREE 8 week programme commencing Thursday 7 February 2019.

Do your talk to your friends and they tell you how they are getting fit through the gym to do spinning, Metafit or boot camp?

Does this fill you with dread? Here at Healthworks we are offering Better Fit – a free programme which will introduce you to the gym and its equipment, build your confidence, working at your pace in a fun and comfortable environment.

We will provide you with the tools which can improve your physical and mental wellbeing.  This will be a small private group, led by an experienced trainer.

If you are interested in this programme you will need to complete a gym eligibility form which you can do at reception or over the telephone on 0191 372 8710.  Once completed and signed off you can enrol on the programme and start your pathway to fitness!

Our café Juiceworks will be open from 9am if you want to call first for a free tea or coffee.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, Co Durham SR8 3EX

David Hall

Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710

9.30am - 10.15am

Thursday 07 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Shotton Library, 4 Co-Operative Terrace, Shotton Colliery, Durham DH6 2LW

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

3.30 - 4.30pm

Friday 08 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Seaham Library, Sophia St, Seaham SR7 7JN

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 2.30pm

Friday 08 March

Exercise After Stroke

Do you feel the need to get out and meet new people? Need some exercise? If this is you come along to our sessions on a Wednesday and Friday

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen




Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

Wednesdays and Fridays –1:30pm - 2:30pm

Friday 08 March

Get Connected

A safe space for those with mental health issues to socialise and enjoy themselves.  Meets weekly.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Please register your interest via Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710 as places are limited

12:30pm - 2pm

Friday 08 March

Circuits & New Age Kurling

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise; a range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Cost £3

 

Trimdon Village Hall

Hallgarth Road

Trimdon Station

TS29 6JX

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

1pm-3pm

Friday 08 March

Creative Writing & Crafts

Come along to a friendly, comfortable environment where you can share your creativity with like minded others.

Every Friday for 8 weeks commencing 25 January 2019.

£2.00 per session.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, Peterlee SR8 3EX

Jaynie Dixon-Hand

Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710

1.00 - 2.30pm

Friday 08 March

Yoga

Feeling stressed?  Want to do a calming workout?  Then give our yoga class a try.  £3.00 tutor/venue charge

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Jan Burnham




To book your place, please ring Healthworks Reception on Monday morning after 8:30am – 0191 372 8710

9:30am-10:30am

Saturday 09 March

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10am-11am

Sunday 10 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ladder Centre, 5-7 Coniston Road, Ferryhill DL17 8EZ

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10am-11am

Monday 11 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

 

 

Easington Colliery Former Pit Car park (off Seaside Lane), Abbott Street

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

10.30am-11.30am

Monday 11 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Knit & Natter – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Peterlee Library, Peterlee Leisure Centre, St Cuthbert’s Way, Peterlee, Co Durham SR8 1AF

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

11.00 - 12.00pm

Monday 11 March

Walking Football

Walking Football is a slower version of the game; it’s football at a walking pace. Adults all over the country have begun playing the game of Walking Football for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session brings, as much as the health benefits on offer.  It can give those who feel isolated an outlet, provide an activity for those who don’t deem themselves fit enough to run anymore and offer a stepping stone for those looking for a pathway back into fitness.

Cost – £3:00

 

 

 

Peterlee Pavilion, 7-12 Helford Rd, Peterlee SR8 1ER

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

 

7.30pm-8.30pm

Monday 11 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Crochet – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Peterlee Library, Peterlee Leisure Centre, St Cuthbert’s Way, Peterlee, Co Durham SR8 1AF

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

5.00 - 7.00pm

Monday 11 March

Walking Netball

Walking Netball is a slower version of the game; it’s netball at a walking pace. Adults all over the country have begun playing the game of Walking Netball for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session brings, as much as the health benefits on offer.  It can give those who feel isolated an outlet, provide an activity for those who don’t deem themselves fit enough to run anymore and offer a stepping stone for those looking for a pathway back into fitness.

Cost – £3:00

Seaham Leisure Centre, The Recreation Ground, Deneside, Seaham, County Durham, SR7 8NP

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

7.30pm-8.30pm

Monday 11 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

 

Robin Todd Centre, South Hetton, DH6 2TH

Jordan Coils




0191 526 0520

9:30am – 11:00am

Monday 11 March

Balance Right

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise; a range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

 

Cost £3

 

Fishburn Education Centre

East View

Fishburn

 

TS21 4AU

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

12:30pm-1:30pm

Monday 11 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Thornley Library, High St, Thornley, Durham DH6 3EL

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

10.00 - 11.30am

Monday 11 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Wingate Community Centre, 55 Front Street, Wingate, County Durham TS28 5LQ

Sarah Howells

0782 688 4712

10:15am-11:15am

Monday 11 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coxhoe Active Life Centre, Linden Grove, Durham DH6 4DW

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

1pm-2pm

Tuesday 12 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Wingate Library, 55 Front St, Wingate TS28 5AA

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

9.30 - 11.30am

Tuesday 12 March

MS Support Group

A friendly group offering people with MS a chance to meet and share experiences.  Meets fortnightly.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

10:30am-12:30pm

Tuesday 12 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Arts and Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Community Centre, Hesleden Rd, Hartlepool TS27 4LG

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 3.00pm

Wednesday 13 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

Seaham Harbour Marina, Unit 10, The Waterside Seaham Harbour Marina, Seaham SR7 7EE

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

1pm-2.30pm

Wednesday 13 March

Artworks

Are you interested in having fun and learning or improving your art skills?  Why not come along to our friendly group, all abilities welcome.  Over 18’s only.

£5.00 per month venue/tutor charge.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

1pm-4pm

Wednesday 13 March

Exercise After Stroke

Do you feel the need to get out and meet new people? Need some exercise? If this is you come along to our sessions on a Wednesday and Friday

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen



Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

Wednesdays and Fridays –1:30pm - 2:30pm

Wednesday 13 March

Chairobics

Improve your fitness and mobility in our fun, chair-based exercise class.  All abilities welcome, over 18’s only.  £1.00 tutor/venue charge

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

11am - 12pm

Wednesday 13 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Tracy Usher & Sarah Howells

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

5pm - 6:30pm

Wednesday 13 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Library, 14 Middle St, Blackhall Colliery, Hartlepool TS27 4EA

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.00 - 11.00am

Thursday 14 March

Diabetes Support Group

A friendly group offering people with diabetes a chance to meet and share experiences.  Meets 2nd Thursday of each month.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

1:30pm-3pm

Thursday 14 March

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.30am-11.30am

Thursday 14 March

Better Fit

FREE 8 week programme commencing Thursday 7 February 2019.

Do your talk to your friends and they tell you how they are getting fit through the gym to do spinning, Metafit or boot camp?

Does this fill you with dread? Here at Healthworks we are offering Better Fit – a free programme which will introduce you to the gym and its equipment, build your confidence, working at your pace in a fun and comfortable environment.

We will provide you with the tools which can improve your physical and mental wellbeing.  This will be a small private group, led by an experienced trainer.

If you are interested in this programme you will need to complete a gym eligibility form which you can do at reception or over the telephone on 0191 372 8710.  Once completed and signed off you can enrol on the programme and start your pathway to fitness!

Our café Juiceworks will be open from 9am if you want to call first for a free tea or coffee.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, Co Durham SR8 3EX

David Hall

Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710

9.30am - 10.15am

Thursday 14 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Shotton Library, 4 Co-Operative Terrace, Shotton Colliery, Durham DH6 2LW

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

3.30 - 4.30pm

Friday 15 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Seaham Library, Sophia St, Seaham SR7 7JN

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 2.30pm

Friday 15 March

Exercise After Stroke

Do you feel the need to get out and meet new people? Need some exercise? If this is you come along to our sessions on a Wednesday and Friday

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen



Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

Wednesdays and Fridays –1:30pm - 2:30pm

Friday 15 March

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Peterlee Library

Peterlee Leisure Centre

St Cuthberts Way

Peterlee

County Durham

SR8 1AF

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

2pm-3pm

Friday 15 March

Circuits & New Age Kurling

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise; a range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Cost £3

 

Trimdon Village Hall

Hallgarth Road

Trimdon Station

TS29 6JX

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

1pm-3pm

Friday 15 March

Get Connected

A safe space for those with mental health issues to socialise and enjoy themselves.  Meets weekly.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Please register your interest via Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710 as places are limited

12:30pm - 2pm

Friday 15 March

Creative Writing & Crafts

Come along to a friendly, comfortable environment where you can share your creativity with like minded others.

Every Friday for 8 weeks commencing 25 January 2019.

£2.00 per session.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, Peterlee SR8 3EX

Jaynie Dixon-Hand

Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710

1.00 - 2.30pm

Friday 15 March

Yoga

Feeling stressed?  Want to do a calming workout?  Then give our yoga class a try.  £3.00 tutor/venue charge

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Jan Burnham






To book your place, please ring Healthworks Reception on Monday morning after 8:30am – 0191 372 8710.

9:30am-10:30am

Saturday 16 March

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10am-11am

Sunday 17 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Knit & Natter – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Peterlee Library, Peterlee Leisure Centre, St Cuthbert’s Way, Peterlee, Co Durham SR8 1AF

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

11.00 - 12.00pm

Monday 18 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

 

 

Easington Colliery Former Pit Car park (off Seaside Lane), Abbott Street

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10.30am-11.30am

Monday 18 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required

Ladder Centre, 5-7 Coniston Road, Ferryhill DL17 8EZ

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10am-11am

Monday 18 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Wingate Community Centre, 55 Front Street, Wingate, County Durham, TS28 5LQ

Sarah Howells

01429 836092

10:15am-11:15am

Monday 18 March

Stroke Support Group

A friendly group offering people who have experienced a stroke a chance to meet and share experiences.  Meets fortnightly.

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception, 0191 372 8710

 

1:30pm -3:30pm

Monday 18 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Thornley Library, High St, Thornley, Durham DH6 3EL

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

10.00 - 11.30am

Monday 18 March

Walking Football

Walking Football is a slower version of the game; it’s football at a walking pace. Adults all over the country have begun playing the game of Walking Football for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session brings, as much as the health benefits on offer.  It can give those who feel isolated an outlet, provide an activity for those who don’t deem themselves fit enough to run anymore and offer a stepping stone for those looking for a pathway back into fitness.

Cost – £3:00

 

Peterlee Pavilion, 7-12 Helford Rd, Peterlee SR8 1ER

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

 

7.30pm-8.30pm

Monday 18 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Crochet – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Peterlee Library, Peterlee Leisure Centre, St Cuthbert’s Way, Peterlee, Co Durham SR8 1AF

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

5.00 - 7.00pm

Monday 18 March

Walking Netball

Walking Netball is a slower version of the game; it’s netball at a walking pace. Adults all over the country have begun playing the game of Walking Netball for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session brings, as much as the health benefits on offer.  It can give those who feel isolated an outlet, provide an activity for those who don’t deem themselves fit enough to run anymore and offer a stepping stone for those looking for a pathway back into fitness.

Cost – £3:00

Seaham Leisure Centre, The Recreation Ground, Deneside, Seaham, County Durham, SR7 8NP

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

7.30pm-8.30pm

Monday 18 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Robin Todd Centre, South Hetton, DH6 2TH

Jordan Coils

0191 5260520

9:30am - 11am

Monday 18 March

Balance Right

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing. Group Exercise a range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Cost is £3

 

Fishburn Education Centre

East View

Fishburn

TS21 4AU

Ways To Wellbeing

03000 262 539

12:30pm-1:30pm

Monday 18 March

Fibromyalgia Support Group

Have you got any questions, do you want an opportunity to chat to others, providing support and sharing experiences in a comfortable environment?  None judgemental.  Takes place the 3rd Tuesday of the month.

Healthworks, ParadHealthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

1pm - 3pm

Tuesday 19 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coxhoe Active Life Centre, Linden Grove, Durham DH6 4DW

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

1pm-2pm

Tuesday 19 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Wingate Library, 55 Front St, Wingate TS28 5AA

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

9.30 - 11.30am

Tuesday 19 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Arts and Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Community Centre, Hesleden Rd, Hartlepool TS27 4LG

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 3.00pm

Wednesday 20 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

Seaham Harbour Marina, Unit 10, The Waterside Seaham Harbour Marina, Seaham SR7 7EE

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

1pm-2.30pm

Wednesday 20 March

Artworks

Are you interested in having fun and learning or improving your art skills?  Why not come along to our friendly group, all abilities welcome.  Over 18’s only.

£5.00  per month venue/tutor charge.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

1pm-4pm

Wednesday 20 March

Chairobics

Improve your fitness and mobility in our fun, chair-based exercise class.  All abilities welcome, over 18’s only.  £1.00 tutor/venue charge

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

11am - 12pm

Wednesday 20 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Tracy Usher & Sarah Howells

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

5pm – 6:30pm

Wednesday 20 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Library, 14 Middle St, Blackhall Colliery, Hartlepool TS27 4EA

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.00 - 11.00am

Thursday 21 March

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

 

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Trimdon Library, Church Road, Trimdon TS29 6PY

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

5pm-6pm

Thursday 21 March

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.30am-11.30am

Thursday 21 March

Better Fit

FREE 8 week programme commencing Thursday 7 February 2019.

Do your talk to your friends and they tell you how they are getting fit through the gym to do spinning, Metafit or boot camp?

Does this fill you with dread? Here at Healthworks we are offering Better Fit – a free programme which will introduce you to the gym and its equipment, build your confidence, working at your pace in a fun and comfortable environment.

We will provide you with the tools which can improve your physical and mental wellbeing.  This will be a small private group, led by an experienced trainer.

If you are interested in this programme you will need to complete a gym eligibility form which you can do at reception or over the telephone on 0191 372 8710.  Once completed and signed off you can enrol on the programme and start your pathway to fitness!

Our café Juiceworks will be open from 9am if you want to call first for a free tea or coffee.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, Co Durham SR8 3EX

David Hall

Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710

9.30am - 10.15am

Thursday 21 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Shotton Library, 4 Co-Operative Terrace, Shotton Colliery, Durham DH6 2LW

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

3.30 - 4.30pm

Friday 22 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Shotton Library, 4 Co-Operative Terrace, Shotton Colliery, Durham DH6 2LW

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

3.30 - 4.30pm

Friday 22 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Seaham Library, Sophia St, Seaham SR7 7JN

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 2.30pm

Friday 22 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Seaham Library, Sophia St, Seaham SR7 7JN

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 2.30pm

Friday 22 March

Exercise After Stroke

Do you feel the need to get out and meet new people? Need some exercise? If this is you come along to our sessions on a Wednesday and Friday

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen




Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

Wednesdays and Fridays –1:30pm - 2:30pm

Friday 22 March

Circuits & New Age Kurling

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise; a range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Cost £3

 

Trimdon Village Hall

Hallgarth Road

Trimdon Station

TS29 6JX

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

1pm-3pm

Friday 22 March

Get Connected

A safe space for those with mental health issues to socialise and enjoy themselves.  Meets weekly.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Please register your interest via Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710 as places are limited

12:30pm - 2pm

Friday 22 March

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Seaham Library Seaham Contact Centre St John’s Square Seaham County Durham SR7 7JE

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

1pm-2pm

Friday 22 March

Reading Group

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Horden Library, Sunderland Road, Horden, Peterlee SR8 4PF

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

10.30am-12.30am

Saturday 23 March

Yoga

Feeling stressed?  Want to do a calming workout?  Then give our yoga class a try.  £3.00 tutor/venue charge

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Jan Burnham




To book your place, please ring Healthworks Reception on Monday morning after 8:30am – 0191 372 8710.

9:30am – 10:30am

Saturday 23 March

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10am-11am

Sunday 24 March

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Easington Colliery Library, Seaside Lane, Easington Colliery,  Peterlee,  County Durham,  SR8 3PN

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

4pm-5pm

Monday 25 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Wingate Community Centre, 55 Front Street, Wingate, County Durham, TS28 5LQ

Sarah Howells

01429 836092

10:15am-11:15am

Monday 25 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Thornley Library, High St, Thornley, Durham DH6 3EL

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

10.00 - 11.30am

Monday 25 March

Walking Football

Walking Football is a slower version of the game; it’s football at a walking pace. Adults all over the country have begun playing the game of Walking Football for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session brings, as much as the health benefits on offer.  It can give those who feel isolated an outlet, provide an activity for those who don’t deem themselves fit enough to run anymore and offer a stepping stone for those looking for a pathway back into fitness.

Cost – £3:00

 

Peterlee Pavilion, 7-12 Helford Rd, Peterlee SR8 1ER

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

 

7.30pm-8.30pm

Monday 25 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Crochet – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Peterlee Library, Peterlee Leisure Centre, St Cuthbert’s Way, Peterlee, Co Durham SR8 1AF

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

5.00 - 7.00pm

Monday 25 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Murton Library, Barnes Rd, Murton, Seaham SR7 9QR

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

2.00 - 3.00pm

Monday 25 March

Balance Right

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing. Group Exercise a range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Cost is £3

 

Fishburn Education Centre

East View

Fishburn

TS21 4AU

Ways To Wellbeing

03000 262 539

12:30pm-1:30pm

Monday 25 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Robin Todd Centre, South Hetton, DH6 2TH

WBFL

0191 526 0520

9:30am - 11am

Monday 25 March

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Ferryhill Library

North Street,

Ferryhill

DL17 8HX

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

3pm-4pm

Monday 25 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Knit & Natter – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Peterlee Library, Peterlee Leisure Centre, St Cuthbert’s Way, Peterlee, Co Durham SR8 1AF

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

11.00 - 12.00pm

Monday 25 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

Easington Colliery Former Pit Car park (off Seaside Lane), Abbott Street

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10.30am-11.30am

Monday 25 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

Ladder Centre, 5-7 Coniston Road, Ferryhill DL17 8EZ

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10am-11am

Monday 25 March

Walking Netball

Walking Netball is a slower version of the game; it’s netball at a walking pace. Adults all over the country have begun playing the game of Walking Netball for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session brings, as much as the health benefits on offer.  It can give those who feel isolated an outlet, provide an activity for those who don’t deem themselves fit enough to run anymore and offer a stepping stone for those looking for a pathway back into fitness.

Cost – £3:00

Seaham Leisure Centre, The Recreation Ground, Deneside, Seaham, County Durham, SR7 8NP

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

7.30pm-8.30pm

Monday 25 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coxhoe Active Life Centre, Linden Grove, Durham DH6 4DW

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

1pm-2pm

Tuesday 26 March

MS Support Group

A friendly group offering people with MS a chance to meet and share experiences.  Meets fortnightly.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

10:30am-12:30pm

Tuesday 26 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries. Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Wingate Library, 55 Front St, Wingate TS28 5AA

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

9.30 - 11.30am

Tuesday 26 March

Cycle Durham – Back on Your Bike

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE course designed to give you confidence first in a safe off road environment progressing to cycling on the road. Led by qualified instructors you will gain practical skills and understanding on how to cycle safely.  Cycles and helmets are available to use free of charge if you don’t have your own.

Booking is required.

 

Seaham Harbour Marina, Unit 10, The Waterside Seaham Harbour Marina, Seaham SR7 7EE

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

1pm-2.30pm

Wednesday 27 March

Artworks

Are you interested in having fun and learning or improving your art skills?  Why not come along to our friendly group, all abilities welcome.  Over 18’s only.

£5.00 per month venue/tutor charge.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

1pm-4pm

Wednesday 27 March

Exercise After Stroke

Do you feel the need to get out and meet new people? Need some exercise? If this you come along to our sessions on a Wednesday and Friday

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

 

Mick Killeen


Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

 

Wednesdays and Fridays –1:30pm - 2:30pm

Wednesday 27 March

Chairobics

Improve your fitness and mobility in our fun, chair-based exercise class.  All abilities welcome, over 18’s only.  £1.00 tutor/venue charge

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

11am - 12pm

Wednesday 27 March

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Tracy Usher & Sarah Howells

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

5pm - 6:30pm

Wednesday 27 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Arts and Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Community Centre, Hesleden Rd, Hartlepool TS27 4LG

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 3.00pm

Wednesday 27 March

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.30am-11.30am

Thursday 28 March

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Wingate Library, Front St, Wingate TS28 5AA

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

4.30pm-5.30pm

Thursday 28 March

Reading Groups

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Reading Groups: Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book.  Join any time.  New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.  Spaces may be limited, so please contact for availability.

Thornley Library, High Street, Durham DH6 3EL

 

Ways to Wellbeing

Please call 03000 262 539 for further information or to book a place or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

 

2pm-3pm

Thursday 28 March

C.H.A.T.

Celebrate Hope All Together

This is a free support group for people and their families affected by Cancer. To be held on the last Thursday of each month

Starbucks, Dalton Park

Beverley Butters

10:30am - 12:30pm

Thursday 28 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Crafts – Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Blackhall Library, 14 Middle St, Blackhall Colliery, Hartlepool TS27 4EA

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10.00 - 11.00am

Thursday 28 March

Better Fit

FREE 8 week programme commencing Thursday 7 February 2019.

Do your talk to your friends and they tell you how they are getting fit through the gym to do spinning, Metafit or boot camp?

Does this fill you with dread? Here at Healthworks we are offering Better Fit – a free programme which will introduce you to the gym and its equipment, build your confidence, working at your pace in a fun and comfortable environment.

We will provide you with the tools which can improve your physical and mental wellbeing.  This will be a small private group, led by an experienced trainer.

If you are interested in this programme you will need to complete a gym eligibility form which you can do at reception or over the telephone on 0191 372 8710.  Once completed and signed off you can enrol on the programme and start your pathway to fitness!

Our café Juiceworks will be open from 9am if you want to call first for a free tea or coffee.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, Co Durham SR8 3EX

David Hall

Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710

9.30am - 10.15am

Thursday 28 March

Get Creative

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Get Creative: Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.  Sessions vary, so please contact Ways to Wellbeing for further details.

Free

Seaham Library, Sophia St, Seaham SR7 7JN

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

1.30 - 2.30pm

Friday 29 March

Exercise After Stroke

Do you feel the need to get out and meet new people? Need some exercise? If this is you come along to our sessions on a Wednesday and Friday.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

Wednesdays and Fridays –1:30pm - 2:30pm

Friday 29 March

Get Connected

A safe space for those with mental health issues to socialise and enjoy themselves.  Meets weekly.

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Please register your interest via Healthworks Reception on 0191 372 8710 as places are limited

 

12:30pm - 2pm (every Friday)

Friday 29 March

Circuits & New Age Kurling

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise; a range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Cost £3

 

 

 

 

 

Trimdon Village Hall

Hallgarth Road

Trimdon Station

TS29 6JX

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

 

1pm-3pm

Friday 29 March

Yoga

Feeling stressed?  Want to do a calming workout?  Then give our yoga class a try.  £3.00 tutor/venue charge

 

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Jan Burnham




To book your place, please ring Healthworks Reception on Monday morning after 8:30am – 0191 372 8710.

9:30am-10:30am

Saturday 30 March

Health Walks

Ways to Wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

FREE – Health walks: short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes. No booking required.

Cost – FREE

 

Castle Eden Dene Nature Reserve

SR8 1NJ

 

Ways to Wellbeing

03000 262 539

10am-11am

Sunday 31 March

April 2019

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

Wingate Community Centre, 55 Front Street, Wingate, County Durham, TS28 5LQ

Sarah Howells




0782 688 4712

10:15am-11:15am

Monday 01 April

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

 Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

 

Sarah Howells


Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

 

5pm – 6:30pm

Wednesday 03 April

Chairobics

Improve your fitness and mobility in our fun, chair-based exercise class.  All abilities welcome, over 18’s only.  £1.00 tutor/venue charge

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

11am-12pm

Wednesday 03 April

Artworks

Are you interested in having fun and learning or improving your art skills?  Why not come along to our friendly group, all abilities welcome.  Over 18’s only.

£5.00 venue/tutor charge.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

1pm-4pm

Wednesday 03 April

Alfie’s Happy Homework Academy (A.H.H.A)

Get support with school learning topics and homework.  Learn new and interesting topics.  Cover seasonal events with activities and crafts.  And MOST importantly, make FRIENDS and have FUN!!!

Tea Time meal provided (for all attendees) – please let us know in advance of dietary requirements.

50p per person (adults and children).  Held every Thursday.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

JD Creative

Call Healthworks reception on 0191 372 8710

3.45pm - 5.30pm every Thursday

Thursday 04 April

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Wingate Community Centre, 55 Front Street, Wingate, County Durham, TS28 5LQ

Sarah Howells

01429 836 092

10:15am-11:15am

Monday 08 April

Chairobics

Improve your fitness and mobility in our fun, chair-based exercise class.  All abilities welcome, over 18’s only.  £1.00 tutor/venue charge

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

11am-12pm

Wednesday 10 April

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

 Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

 

Sarah Howells


Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

 

5pm – 6:30pm

Wednesday 10 April

Alfie’s Happy Homework Academy (A.H.H.A.)

Get support with school learning topics and homework.  Learn new and interesting topics.  Cover seasonal events with activities and crafts.  And MOST importantly, make FRIENDS and have FUN!!!

Tea Time meal provided (for all attendees) – please let us know in advance of dietary requirements.

50p per person (adults and children).  Held every Thursday.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

JD Creative

Call Healthworks reception on 0191 372 8710

3.45pm - 5.30pm every Thursday

Thursday 11 April

Diabetes Support Group

A friendly group offering people with diabetes a chance to meet and share experiences.  Meets 2nd Thursday of each month.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

1:30pm-3pm

Thursday 11 April

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

 

Wingate Community Centre, 55 Front Street, Wingate, County Durham, TS28 5LQ

Sarah Howells




01429 836092

10:15am-11:15am

Monday 15 April

Chairobics

Improve your fitness and mobility in our fun, chair-based exercise class.  All abilities welcome, over 18’s only.  £1.00 tutor/venue charge

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

11am-12pm

Wednesday 17 April

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

 Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

 

Tracy Usher & Sarah Howells


Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

 

5pm – 6:30pm

Wednesday 17 April

Alfie’s Happy Homework Academy (A.H.H.A.)

Get support with school learning topics and homework.  Learn new and interesting topics.  Cover seasonal events with activities and crafts.  And MOST importantly, make FRIENDS and have FUN!!!

Tea Time meal provided (for all attendees) – please let us know in advance of dietary requirements.

50p per person (adults and children).  Held every Thursday.

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

JD Creative

Call Healthworks reception on 0191 372 8710

3.45pm - 5.30pm every Thursday

Thursday 18 April

Chairobics

Improve your fitness and mobility in our fun, chair-based exercise class.  All abilities welcome, over 18’s only.  £1.00 tutor/venue charge

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Mick Killeen

Healthworks Reception

0191 372 8710

11am-12pm

Wednesday 24 April

Artworks

Are you interested in having fun and learning or improving your art skills?  Why not come along to our friendly group, all abilities welcome.  Over 18’s only.

£5.00 per month venue/tutor charge.

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

1pm-4pm

Wednesday 24 April

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

 Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

 

Sarah Howells


Healthworks Reception – 0191 372 8710

 

5pm – 6:30pm

Wednesday 24 April

C.H.A.T.

Celebrate Hope All Together

This is a free support group for people and their families affected by Cancer. To be held on the last Thursday of each month

Starbucks, Dalton Park

Beverley Butters

10.30am-12.30pm

Thursday 25 April

Alfie’s Happy Homework Academy (A.H.H.A.)

Get support with school learning topics and homework.  Learn new and interesting topics.  Cover seasonal events with activities and crafts.  And MOST importantly, make FRIENDS and have FUN!!!

Tea Time meal provided (for all attendees) – please let us know in advance of dietary requirements.

50p per person (adults and children).  Held every Thursday.

 

Healthworks, Paradise Lane, Easington Colliery, County Durham SR8 3EX

JD Creative

Call Healthworks reception on 0191 372 8710

3.45pm - 5.30pm every Thursday

Thursday 25 April

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Drop in for free friendly support, weigh in and meal planning advice.

Wingate Community Centre, 55 Front Street, Wingate, County Durham, TS28 5LQ

Sarah Howells

01429 836092

10:15am-11:15am

Monday 29 April

Events in South West Durham

Event Event Venue Event Team Further information Time Date
February 2019

GP Surgery Clinic

If you are registered with Bewick Crescent Surgery and would like support around healthy eating, weight management and reducing your risk of developing diabetes you can contact us to arrange an appointment to discuss the support we are able to offer

(This group is for patients of Bewick Crescent Surgery and by appointment only. However if this is something that you would be interested in please contact the lead staff member or Wellbeing for Life admin on 01325 321 234)

Bewick Crescent Surgery, 27 Bewick Crescent, Newton Aycliffe, DL5 5LH

Wellbeing for Life - Jenn Innes 0750 095 1100

17:00 to 19:15

Wednesday 20 February

Balance Right

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

£3.00 per session

Sedgefield Parish Hall, Front Street, Sedgefield TS21 3AT

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

13:45pm-14:45pm

Wednesday 20 February

Couch to 5k-Beginners Running Group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.  Booking is required. 10 week course starting 9/01/2019

Crook Community Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

18:15 - 19:15

Wednesday 20 February

Gentle Circuits

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

St Johns Chapel Village Hall, Market Square, Bishop Auckland, DL13 1QF

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:30 to 12:30

Thursday 21 February

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

Willington Methodist Church, Wesley St, Willington, Crook DL15 0AG

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:00-15:00

Thursday 21 February

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

St Pauls Centre, St Pauls Gardens, Spennymoor,

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10:00 to 11:00

Thursday 21 February

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Bishop Auckland Town Hall, Market Place, Bishop Auckland, DL14 7NP

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

Thursdays 10:15 to 11:45

Thursday 21 February

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Willington Library, 46A High Street, Willington, Crook, DL15 0PG

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:45 to 11:30

Friday 22 February

Seated Exercise- Wolsingham Library

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Wolsingham Library, Town Hall/Market Pl, Bishop Auckland DL13 3AB

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:30pm-15:30pm

Monday 25 February

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Willington Methodist Church, Wesley St, Willington, Crook DL15 0AG

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

13:00-14:00

Monday 25 February

Memory Cafe

Come and join us fortnightly!

  • Socialise and make new friends
  • Games, activities and quizzes plus music and refreshments
  • Everyone is welcome, whether you have dementia, are a carer, or simply want to socialise

We look forward to seeing you there!

Contact Ben Tinkler on 0780 990 9318

Pioneering Care Centre, Newton Aycliffe, Co. Durham, DL5 4SF

Contact Ben Tinkler on 0780 990 9318 or 01325 321234 for more information

14:00 to 16:00

Monday 25 February

Gentle Circuits in Stanhope

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

Stanhope Community Centre, 11 Front Street, Stanhope, DL13 2NQ

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:30 to 10:30

Monday 25 February

Supported Gym Sessions

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

St Johns Chapel Village Hall

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:00 to 12:00

Monday 25 February

Supported Swimming

An informal swimming session for adults who need a little extra support to participate. Help can be provided at reception, in the changing rooms, and in the pool if required. Pool wheelchairs are available for use by prior arrangement.

Sessions take place weekly excluding school holidays

Spennymoor Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Only £2.80 per session

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing Team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:45 - 15:30

Monday 25 February

Couch to 5k- Beginners Running Group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.  Booking is required. 10 week course starting 7/01/2019

Tudhoe Cricket Club

Ways to Wellbeing

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

18:00-19:00

Monday 25 February

Reading Group – Free

Relaxed, sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session. Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Ladder Centre, 5-7 Coniston Rd, Ferryhill DL17 8EZ

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team today for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area. Please register before attending.

Telephone 03000 262 539

email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10:00am-11:00am

Monday 25 February

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Frosterley Village Hall & Institute,17 Front St, Frosterley, Bishop Auckland DL13 2QW

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:00am-12:00pm

Tuesday 26 February

Seated Exercise- Wolsingham Town Hall

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Wolsingham Town Hall, Market Place, Wolsingham, Bishop Auckland, DL13 3AB

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:30am-10:30am

Tuesday 26 February

GP Surgery Clinic

If you are registered with Bewick Crescent Surgery and would like support around healthy eating, weight management and reducing your risk of developing diabetes you can contact us to arrange an appointment to discuss the support we are able to offer

(This group is for patients of Bewick Crescent Surgery and by appointment only. However if this is something that you would be interested in please contact the lead staff member or Wellbeing for Life admin on 01325 321 234)

Bewick Crescent Surgery, 27 Bewick Crescent, Newton Aycliffe, DL5 5LH

Wellbeing for Life - Jenn Innes 0750 095 1100

17:00 to 19:15

Wednesday 27 February

Balance Right

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

£3.00 per session

Sedgefield Parish Hall, Front Street, Sedgefield TS21 3AT

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

13:45pm-14:45pm

Wednesday 27 February

Couch to 5k-Beginners Running Group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.  Booking is required. 10 week course starting 9/01/2019

Crook Community Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

18:15 - 19:15

Wednesday 27 February

Gentle Circuits

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

St Johns Chapel Village Hall, Market Square, Bishop Auckland, DL13 1QF

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:30 to 12:30

Thursday 28 February

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

Willington Methodist Church, Wesley St, Willington, Crook DL15 0AG

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:00-15:00

Thursday 28 February

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

St Pauls Centre, St Pauls Gardens, Spennymoor,

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10:00 to 11:00

Thursday 28 February

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Bishop Auckland Town Hall, Market Place, Bishop Auckland, DL14 7NP

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

Thursdays 10:15 to 11:45

Thursday 28 February

March 2019

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Willington Library, 46A High Street, Willington, Crook, DL15 0PG

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:45 to 11:30

Friday 01 March

Seated Exercise- Wolsingham Library

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Wolsingham Library, Town Hall/Market Pl, Bishop Auckland DL13 3AB

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:30pm-15:30pm

Monday 04 March

Gentle Circuits in Stanhope

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

Stanhope Community Centre, 11 Front Street, Stanhope, DL13 2NQ

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:30 to 10:30

Monday 04 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Willington Methodist Church, Wesley St, Willington, Crook DL15 0AG

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

13:00-14:00

Monday 04 March

Supported Gym Sessions

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

St Johns Chapel, Village Hall, Market Place, Weardale, DL13 1QF

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:00 to 12:00

Monday 04 March

Supported Swimming

An informal swimming session for adults who need a little extra support to participate. Help can be provided at reception, in the changing rooms, and in the pool if required. Pool wheelchairs are available for use by prior arrangement.

Sessions take place weekly excluding school holidays

Spennymoor Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Only £2.80 per session

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing Team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:45 - 15:30

Monday 04 March

Supported Swimming

An informal swimming session for adults who need a little extra support to participate. Help can be provided at reception, in the changing rooms, and in the pool if required. Pool wheelchairs are available for use by prior arrangement.

Sessions take place weekly excluding school holidays

Spennymoor Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Only £2.80 per session

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing Team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:45 - 15:30

Monday 04 March

Couch to 5k- Beginners Running Group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.  Booking is required. 10 week course starting 7/01/2019

Tudhoe Cricket Club

Ways to Wellbeing

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

18:00-19:00

Monday 04 March

Reading Group – Free

Relaxed, sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session. Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Ladder Centre, 5-7 Coniston Rd, Ferryhill DL17 8EZ

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team today for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area. Please register before attending.

Telephone 03000 262 539

email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10:00am-11:00am

Monday 04 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Frosterley Village Hall & Institute,17 Front St, Frosterley, Bishop Auckland DL13 2QW

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:00am-12:00pm

Tuesday 05 March

Seated Exercise- Wolsingham Town Hall

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Wolsingham Town Hall, Market Place, Wolsingham, Bishop Auckland, DL13 3AB

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:30am-10:30am

Tuesday 05 March

GP Surgery Clinic

If you are registered with Bewick Crescent Surgery and would like support around healthy eating, weight management and reducing your risk of developing diabetes you can contact us to arrange an appointment to discuss the support we are able to offer

(This group is for patients of Bewick Crescent Surgery and by appointment only. However if this is something that you would be interested in please contact the lead staff member or Wellbeing for Life admin on 01325 321 234)

Bewick Crescent Surgery, 27 Bewick Crescent, Newton Aycliffe, DL5 5LH

Wellbeing for Life - Jenn Innes 0750 095 1100

17:00 to 19:15

Wednesday 06 March

Balance Right

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

£3.00 per session

Sedgefield Parish Hall, Front Street, Sedgefield TS21 3AT

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

13:45pm-14:45pm

Wednesday 06 March

Couch to 5k-Beginners Running Group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.  Booking is required. 10 week course starting 9/01/2019

Crook Community Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

18:15 - 19:15

Wednesday 06 March

Gentle Circuits

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

St Johns Chapel Village Hall, Market Square, Bishop Auckland, DL13 1QF

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:30 to 12:30

Thursday 07 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

Willington Methodist Church, Wesley St, Willington, Crook DL15 0AG

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:00-15:00

Thursday 07 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

St Pauls Centre, St Pauls Gardens, Spennymoor,

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10:00 to 11:00

Thursday 07 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Bishop Auckland Town Hall, Market Place, Bishop Auckland, DL14 7NP

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

Thursdays 10:15 to 11:45

Thursday 07 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Willington Library, 46A High Street, Willington, Crook, DL15 0PG

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:45 to 11:30

Friday 08 March

Seated Exercise- Wolsingham Library

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Wolsingham Library, Town Hall/Market Pl, Bishop Auckland DL13 3AB

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:30pm-15:30pm

Monday 11 March

Supported Gym Sessions

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

St Johns Chapel, Village Hall, Market Place, Weardale, DL13 1QF

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:00 to 12:00

Monday 11 March

Gentle Circuits in Stanhope

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

Stanhope Community Centre, 11 Front Street, Stanhope, DL13 2NQ

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:30 to 10:30

Monday 11 March

Memory Cafe

Come and join us fortnightly!

  • Socialise and make new friends
  • Games, activities and quizzes plus music and refreshments
  • Everyone is welcome, whether you have dementia, are a carer, or simply want to socialise

We look forward to seeing you there!

Contact Ben Tinkler on 0780 990 9318

Pioneering Care Centre, Newton Aycliffe, Co. Durham, DL5 4SF

Contact Ben Tinkler on 0780 990 9318 or 01325 321234 for more information

14:00 to 16:00

Monday 11 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Willington Methodist Church, Wesley St, Willington, Crook DL15 0AG

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

13:00-14:00

Monday 11 March

Supported Swimming

An informal swimming session for adults who need a little extra support to participate. Help can be provided at reception, in the changing rooms, and in the pool if required. Pool wheelchairs are available for use by prior arrangement.

Sessions take place weekly excluding school holidays

Spennymoor Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Only £2.80 per session

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing Team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:45 - 15:30

Monday 11 March

Couch to 5k- Beginners Running Group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.  Booking is required. 10 week course starting 7/01/2019

Tudhoe Cricket Club

Ways to Wellbeing

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

18:00-19:00

Monday 11 March

Reading Group – Free

Relaxed, sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session. Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Ladder Centre, 5-7 Coniston Rd, Ferryhill DL17 8EZ

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team today for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area. Please register before attending.

Telephone 03000 262 539

email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10:00am-11:00am

Monday 11 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Frosterley Village Hall & Institute,17 Front St, Frosterley, Bishop Auckland DL13 2QW

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:00am-12:00pm

Tuesday 12 March

Seated Exercise- Wolsingham Town Hall

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Wolsingham Town Hall, Market Place, Wolsingham, Bishop Auckland, DL13 3AB

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:30am-10:30am

Tuesday 12 March

GP Surgery Clinic

If you are registered with Bewick Crescent Surgery and would like support around

  • Healthy Eating
  • Weight Management
  • Reducing your risk of developing diabetes

You can contact us to arrange an appointment to discuss the support we are able to offer.

(This group is for patients of Bewick Crescent Surgery and by appointment only. However if this is something that you would be interested in please contact the lead staff member or Wellbeing for Life admin on 01325 321 234)

Bewick Crescent Surgery, 27 Bewick Crescent, Newton Aycliffe, DL5 5LH

Wellbeing for Life - Jenn Innes 0750 095 1100

17:00 to 19:15

Wednesday 13 March

Balance Right

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

£3.00 per session

Sedgefield Parish Hall, Front Street, Sedgefield TS21 3AT

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

13:45pm-14:45pm

Wednesday 13 March

Couch to 5k-Beginners Running Group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.  Booking is required. 10 week course starting 9/01/2019

Crook Community Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

18:15 - 19:15

Wednesday 13 March

Gentle Circuits

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

St Johns Chapel Village Hall, Market Square, Bishop Auckland, DL13 1QF

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:30 to 12:30

Thursday 14 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

Willington Methodist Church, Wesley St, Willington, Crook DL15 0AG

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:00-15:00

Thursday 14 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

St Pauls Centre, St Pauls Gardens, Spennymoor,

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10:00 to 11:00

Thursday 14 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Bishop Auckland Town Hall, Market Place, Bishop Auckland, DL14 7NP

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

Thursdays 10:15 to 11:45

Thursday 14 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Willington Library, 46A High Street, Willington, Crook, DL15 0PG

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:45 to 11:30

Friday 15 March

Seated Exercise- Wolsingham Library

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Wolsingham Library, Town Hall/Market Pl, Bishop Auckland DL13 3AB

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:30pm-15:30pm

Monday 18 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Willington Methodist Church, Wesley St, Willington, Crook DL15 0AG

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

13:00-14:00

Monday 18 March

Supported Gym Sessions

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

St Johns Chapel, Village Hall, Market Place, Weardale, DL13 1QF

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:00 to 12:00

Monday 18 March

Gentle Circuits in Stanhope

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

Stanhope Community Centre, 11 Front Street, Stanhope, DL13 2NQ

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:30 to 10:30

Monday 18 March

Supported Swimming

An informal swimming session for adults who need a little extra support to participate. Help can be provided at reception, in the changing rooms, and in the pool if required. Pool wheelchairs are available for use by prior arrangement.

Sessions take place weekly excluding school holidays

Spennymoor Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Only £2.80 per session

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing Team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:45 - 15:30

Monday 18 March

Couch to 5k- Beginners Running Group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.  Booking is required. 10 week course starting 7/01/2019

Tudhoe Cricket Club

Ways to Wellbeing

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

18:00-19:00

Monday 18 March

Reading Group – Free

Relaxed, sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session. Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Ladder Centre, 5-7 Coniston Rd, Ferryhill DL17 8EZ

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team today for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area. Please register before attending.

Telephone 03000 262 539

email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10:00am-11:00am

Monday 18 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Frosterley Village Hall & Institute,17 Front St, Frosterley, Bishop Auckland DL13 2QW

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:00am-12:00pm

Tuesday 19 March

Seated Exercise- Wolsingham Town Hall

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Wolsingham Town Hall, Market Place, Wolsingham, Bishop Auckland, DL13 3AB

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:30am-10:30am

Tuesday 19 March

Balance Right

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

£3.00 per session

Sedgefield Parish Hall, Front Street, Sedgefield TS21 3AT

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

13:45pm-14:45pm

Wednesday 20 March

Couch to 5k-Beginners Running Group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.  Booking is required. 10 week course starting 9/01/2019

Crook Community Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

18:15 - 19:15

Wednesday 20 March

GP Surgery Clinic

If you are registered with Bewick Crescent Surgery and would like support around

  • Healthy Eating
  • Weight Management
  • Reducing your risk of developing diabetes

You can contact us to arrange an appointment to discuss the support we are able to offer.

(This group is for patients of Bewick Crescent Surgery and by appointment only. However if this is something that you would be interested in please contact the lead staff member or Wellbeing for Life admin on 01325 321 234)

Bewick Crescent Surgery, 27 Bewick Crescent, Newton Aycliffe, DL5 5LH

Wellbeing for Life - Jenn Innes 0750 095 1100

17:00 to 19:15

Wednesday 20 March

Gentle Circuits

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

St Johns Chapel Village Hall, Market Square, Bishop Auckland, DL13 1QF

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:30 to 12:30

Thursday 21 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

Willington Methodist Church, Wesley St, Willington, Crook DL15 0AG

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:00-15:00

Thursday 21 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

St Pauls Centre, St Pauls Gardens, Spennymoor,

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10:00 to 11:00

Thursday 21 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Bishop Auckland Town Hall, Market Place, Bishop Auckland, DL14 7NP

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

Thursdays 10:15 to 11:45

Thursday 21 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Willington Library, 46A High Street, Willington, Crook, DL15 0PG

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:45 to 11:30

Friday 22 March

Seated Exercise- Wolsingham Library

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Wolsingham Library, Town Hall/Market Pl, Bishop Auckland DL13 3AB

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:30pm-15:30pm

Monday 25 March

Gentle Circuits in Stanhope

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

Stanhope Community Centre, 11 Front Street, Stanhope, DL13 2NQ

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:30 to 10:30

Monday 25 March

Supported Gym Sessions

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

St Johns Chapel, Village Hall, Market Place, Weardale, DL13 1QF

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:00 to 12:00

Monday 25 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Willington Methodist Church, Wesley St, Willington, Crook DL15 0AG

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

13:00-14:00

Monday 25 March

Supported Swimming

An informal swimming session for adults who need a little extra support to participate. Help can be provided at reception, in the changing rooms, and in the pool if required. Pool wheelchairs are available for use by prior arrangement.

Sessions take place weekly excluding school holidays

Spennymoor Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Only £2.80 per session

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing Team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:45 - 15:30

Monday 25 March

Couch to 5k- Beginners Running Group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.  Booking is required. 10 week course starting 7/01/2019

Tudhoe Cricket Club

Ways to Wellbeing

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

18:00-19:00

Monday 25 March

Reading Group – Free

Relaxed, sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discuss the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session. Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Ladder Centre, 5-7 Coniston Rd, Ferryhill DL17 8EZ

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team today for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area. Please register before attending.

Telephone 03000 262 539

email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10:00am-11:00am

Monday 25 March

Memory Cafe

Come and join us fortnightly!

  • Socialise and make new friends
  • Games, activities and quizzes plus music and refreshments
  • Everyone is welcome, whether you have dementia, are a carer, or simply want to socialise

We look forward to seeing you there!

Contact Ben Tinkler on 0780 990 9318

Pioneering Care Centre, Newton Aycliffe, Co. Durham, DL5 4SF

Contact Ben Tinkler on 0780 990 9318 or 01325 321234 for more information

14:00 to 16:00

Monday 25 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Frosterley Village Hall & Institute,17 Front St, Frosterley, Bishop Auckland DL13 2QW

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:00am-12:00pm

Tuesday 26 March

Seated Exercise- Wolsingham Town Hall

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

Wolsingham Town Hall, Market Place, Wolsingham, Bishop Auckland, DL13 3AB

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:30am-10:30am

Tuesday 26 March

Balance Right

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

£3.00 per session

Sedgefield Parish Hall, Front Street, Sedgefield TS21 3AT

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

13:45pm-14:45pm

Wednesday 27 March

Couch to 5k-Beginners Running Group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.  Booking is required. 10 week course starting 9/01/2019

Crook Community Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Telephone 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

18:15 - 19:15

Wednesday 27 March

GP Surgery Clinic

If you are registered with Bewick Crescent Surgery and would like support around

  • Healthy Eating
  • Weight Management
  • Reducing your risk of developing diabetes

You can contact us to arrange an appointment to discuss the support we are able to offer.

(This group is for patients of Bewick Crescent Surgery and by appointment only. However if this is something that you would be interested in please contact the lead staff member or Wellbeing for Life admin on 01325 321 234)

Bewick Crescent Surgery, 27 Bewick Crescent, Newton Aycliffe, DL5 5LH

Wellbeing for Life - Jenn Innes 0750 095 1100

17:00 to 19:15

Wednesday 27 March

Gentle Circuits

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people,

This is a FREE group for any level or ability

St Johns Chapel Village Hall, Market Square, Bishop Auckland, DL13 1QF

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

11:30 to 12:30

Thursday 28 March

Exercise to Music

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

This is a FREE group for any level or ability.

Willington Methodist Church, Wesley St, Willington, Crook DL15 0AG

Ways to Wellbeing

You can join an activity by contacting the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area, including free taster sessions.

You need to register before attending and an introductory visit can be arranged by calling 03000 262 539 or emailing waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

14:00-15:00

Thursday 28 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

St Pauls Centre, St Pauls Gardens, Spennymoor,

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

10:00 to 11:00

Thursday 28 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Bishop Auckland Town Hall, Market Place, Bishop Auckland, DL14 7NP

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

Thursdays 10:15 to 11:45

Thursday 28 March

Free Health Walks

Short walks in the community with a walk leader. Each walk is between 30 and 90 minutes.

Willington Library, 46A High Street, Willington, Crook, DL15 0PG

Ways to Wellbeing

Contact the Ways to Wellbeing team for further information and advice on opportunities available in your area.

Please register before attending by calling 03000 262 539 or email waystowellbeing@durham.gov.uk

09:45 to 11:30

Friday 29 March

Events in North Durham

Event Event Venue Event Team Further information Time Date
February 2019

Exercise to Music

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Leadgate Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:30 - 11:30

Wednesday 20 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Great Lumley Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:30 - 14:30

Wednesday 20 February

Pilates

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Ebchester Village Hall

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

18:30 - 19:30

Wednesday 20 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Langley Park Miners Welfare Institute

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:00

Wednesday 20 February

Eat Wise & Exercise

Fitness is not about being better than someone else…

It’s about being better than you used to be.

Join us for information and tips on how to incorporate healthy eating into your daily life and also get 45 mins FREE gym time to get you on your road to fitness.

Pelton Community Centre

Front Street, Pelton DH2 1DE

Michelle Phillips

07826 884 695

0800 8766 887

Starting Wednesday 16th January 2019 and running for 8 weeks

View poster

13:00 - 15:00

Wednesday 20 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Durham County Hall

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

12:30 - 13:00

Wednesday 20 February

Wellbeing & Mindfulness

Treat yourself to some much needed ‘me’ time on this 5 week wellbeing and mindfulness programme. Learn to refocus and regain clarity using simple tools of NLP and Mindfulness. Peel back limiting beliefs and create a motivating vision to work towards. Reenergise with gentle exercise and fresh air.

Please book your place and pay in advance by calling Wharton Park on 03000 262 655. Please note normal parking charges apply.

Wharton Park

Durham

Ways to Wellbeing

£20 for the course

Every Wednesday for 5 weeks from 30/01/2019

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 16:00

Wednesday 20 February

Get Creative – Knit & Natter

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Pelton Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Monthly, every third Wednesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

09:30 - 10:30

Wednesday 20 February

Get Creative – Coffee & Colour

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Consett Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:00

Wednesday 20 February

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Healthy eating isn’t about calorie counting, elimination diets or expensive ingredients….

It’s real ingredients and wiser food choices.

Join like-minded people to socialise and share the experience.

St Patrick’s Church Hall

Victoria Rd, Consett DH8 5AX

Caroline Cranston
Wendy Scofield Marlowe

Every Wednesday

07826 530 851

07825 196 656

0800 8766 887

17:30 - 19:00

Wednesday 20 February

WBFL Clinic

Offering clients 1:1 support around: weight loss, being more physically active, improve mental wellbeing, reducing alcohol intake and healthy eating.

Client must be registered with the relevant surgery to access the clinic.

Cheveley Park Medical Centre

The Links, Belmont Durham DH1 2UW

Dawn Roe

07827 981 736

0800 8766 887

Every Wednesday

13:30 - 16:30

Wednesday 20 February

Get Creative – Arts & Crafts

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

The Lodge at Blackhill and Consett Park

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 16:00

Wednesday 20 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Gala Theatre, Durham

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:15 - 11:45

Wednesday 20 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30 – 90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Leadgate Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:30 - 14:30

Wednesday 20 February

Yoga **Waiting List**

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Bullion Hall, Chester-le-Street

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

£4 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

09:30 - 11:00

Wednesday 20 February

Exercise to Music

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Chester le Street Parish Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

15:00 - 16:00

Thursday 21 February

Men’s Group

Catered for Men, come and find out how to improve your health, happiness and overall quality of life.

Including games and trips out with like-minded people.

Delves Lane Village Hall

Consett

DH87BH

Wendy Scofield Marlowe

Every Thursday

For more information contact 07825 196 656

13:30 - 15:00

Thursday 21 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Ushaw Moor Baptist Church

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday 11:00 to 12:00

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

11:00 to 12:00

Thursday 21 February

Reading Group

Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discus the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.

Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Lanchester Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Monthly, every third Thursday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

17:30 - 18:30

Thursday 21 February

Healthy lifestyle course

Giving you the opportunity to take care of yourself so that you can thrive into the New Year:

Learn about keeping your heart healthy, 5 ways to wellbeing, activity for health and giving yourself some me time with relaxation techniques and mindfulness.

The Haven Community centre,

South Moor

Julie Stobbart and Diane Taylor

07789 486 736

07717 320 074

0800 8766 887

Starting Thursday 24th January and running for 6 weeks

11:00 -12:00

Thursday 21 February

Wellbeing for Life Social Group

Meeting up with friends and new people in a friendly environment and enjoying group games and events such as Bowls, Bingo and Quizzes along with a chat over a cuppa.

Stanley Bowls Centre

Front Street

Stanley

DH9 0HU

Caroline Cranston & Laura Hood

07826 530 851

07826 884 693

0800 8766 887

Every Thursday from 14 February 2019

10:30-12:30

Thursday 21 February

Reading Group

Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discus the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.

Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Bowburn Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Monthly, every Third Thursday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:00

Thursday 21 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Fulforth Centre, Sacriston

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

09:30 - 11:00

Thursday 21 February

Get Creative – Sewing Group

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Esh Winning Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:15 - 15:00

Thursday 21 February

Get Creative – Knit & Natter

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Stanley Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

11:00 - 12:00

Thursday 21 February

Get Creative – Card making

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

South Moor Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

£3.50

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:00

Thursday 21 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Pelton Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:00

Thursday 21 February

Walking Group

Walking is free and one of the easiest ways to become more active, lose weight and become healthier.

Meet at the venue to take in local areas bring comfortable footwear, waterproofs and water.

Quaking Houses Village Hall

Second Street

Stanley

DH9 7HQ

Diane Taylor, Dennis Patterson & Rob Green

Every Thursday

For more information contact 07789 486 736

0800 8766 887

10:30 - 12:00

Thursday 21 February

Couch 2 5k running group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.

Booking is required.

Langley Park Community Gym

Ways to Wellbeing

10 Weeks

(starting 10/01/2019)

Every Thursday

Booking is required.

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

18:30 - 19:30

Thursday 21 February

Get Creative – Knit & Natter

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Lanchester Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:30

Thursday 21 February

WBFL Clinic

Offering clients 1:1 support around: weight loss, being more physically active, improve mental wellbeing, stop smoking, reducing alcohol intake and healthy eating.

Waddington Street Centre

3 Waddington Street, Durham DH1 4 4BG

Dawn Roe

07827 981 736

0800 8766 887

Every Thursday

12:00 - 14:00

Thursday 21 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

St James Church Hall, Burnopfield

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday 13:30 to 14:30

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:00 - 14:00

Thursday 21 February

Get Creative

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Durham Clayport Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:30

Thursday 21 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Community Fitness Suite

Great Lumley Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:30

Thursday 21 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

St Patrick’s Church Hall, Consett

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

18:00 - 19:00

Thursday 21 February

Healthy Eating Group / Let’s Cook Together

In fortnightly rotation Wellbeing staff present information about healthy foods and how to incorporate them into your lifestyle.

Cooking a healthy lunch together – prepping, cooking and eating the lunch prepared.

Cost – £3.50 to eat the lunch but haven’t helped prepare it

£2.00 if you have helped prepare the lunch

Waddington Street Centre

3 Waddington Street, Durham DH1 4 4BG

Dawn Roe

07827 981 736

0800 8766 887

Thursdays from 03 Jan 2019

Let’s Cook Together 21st Feb, 7th March and 21st March

Healthy Eating group 14th Feb, 28th Feb, 14th March and 28th March

10:30 - 12:00

Thursday 21 February

Reading Group

Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discus the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.

Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Stanley Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Every four weeks on a Friday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:00

Friday 22 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Witton Gilbert Parish Church

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Friday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:30

Friday 22 February

Dementia Group

2 sessions:

22nd Feb: Seated exercise and 31st May: Boccia, a precision ball sport, related to bowls and pétanque.

The group have teas and coffees after the activities for half an hour.

Jubilee Hall

West Rainton

Houghton le Spring

DH4 6SS

Laura Bryden

07809 909 364

0800 8766 887

22nd Feb Seated Exercise

31st May Boccia.

14:00 - 15:00

Friday 22 February

Get Creative – Arts & Crafts

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

The Venue (formerly Stanley day Centre)

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Friday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 12:00

Friday 22 February

Get Creative – Knit & Natter

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Chester-Le-Street Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Friday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:00

Friday 22 February

Zumba

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

The Venue

Stanley

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Friday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

18:00 - 19:00

Friday 22 February

Exercise to Music

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Annfield Plain Methodist Church

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Friday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

09:30 - 10:30

Friday 22 February

Pilates

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Fulforth Centre, Sacriston

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Friday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

17:30 - 18:30

Friday 22 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Beamish Museum

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Friday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:30

Friday 22 February

Reading Group

Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discus the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.

Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Chester le Street Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Every four weeks on a Saturday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

11:00 - 12:00

Saturday 23 February

Reading Group

Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discus the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.

Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Stanley Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Every four weeks on a Saturday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:00

Saturday 23 February

Get Creative

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Sacriston Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Saturday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

11:00 - 12:00

Saturday 23 February

Get Creative

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Consett Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Monday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:00 - 16:00

Monday 25 February

Get Creative – Patchwork

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Brandon Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Monday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:00 - 15:00

Monday 25 February

Pop Up Choir

** This session is now taking a break and hoping to restart in March 2019**

Keep an eye on our website for restart date

Weekly pop up choir sessions at the Gala.

All voices welcome, no experience necessary, sessions are suitable for adults of all abilities.

Sessions are just £2.00 extremely informal and based at beginner level.

Please book directly with the Gala Theatre Durham on 03000 266 600

Gala Theatre

1 Millennium Place, Durham DH1 1WA

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Monday

£2

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

18:00 - 20:00

Monday 25 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Fulforth Centre, Sacriston

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Monday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

18:00 - 19:00

Monday 25 February

Gardening Group

Practical gardening programme to facilitate use of the community garden and provide informal education around gardening theory & practice.

Community garden & The Lodge, Blackhill & Consett park

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Monday

Voluntary donation

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:00 - 15:00

Monday 25 February

Digital Session

These are 1:1 sessions to ask specific questions about your phone, laptop or computer. Whether you are starting out, dealing with problems or wanting to learn about applications but this is not technical support.

The session needs to be booked with the library, 03000 269 513, when you will be given a slot.

Consett Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Every Monday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:30 - 11:30

Monday 25 February

WBFL Clinic

Offering clients 1:1 support around: weight loss, being more physically active, improve mental wellbeing, stop smoking, reducing alcohol intake and healthy eating.

Client must be registered with the relevant surgery to access the clinic.

Dunelm Medical Practice, Sunderland Road, Gilesgate, Durham   DH1 2QG

Dawn Roe

07827 981 736

0800 8766 887

Every Monday

09:30 - 13:30

Monday 25 February

WBFL Clinic

Clients are referred into the clinic for healthy eating, mental wellbeing, clients who would like to access groups/exercise sessions etc. in the community and clients recently being diagnosed as pre-diabetic.

Client must be registered with the relevant surgery to access the clinic.

Tanfield View Medical Group, Stanley

Caroline Seymour

07826 884 699

0800 8766 887

Every Monday

09:00 - 16:30

Monday 25 February

Couch 2 5k running group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.

Booking is required.

Waterhouses Village Hall

Ways to Wellbeing

10 Weeks

(starting 07/01/2019)

Every Monday

Booking is required.

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

18:30 - 19:30

Monday 25 February

Pilates

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Lynwood House, Lanchester

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Monday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

12:30 - 13:30

Monday 25 February

Reading Group

Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discus the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.

Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Lanchester Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Monthly, every last Monday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:30 - 15:30

Monday 25 February

Exercise to Music

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Bowburn Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Monday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

18:30 - 19:30

Monday 25 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Esh Winning Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Monday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:00 - 14:30

Monday 25 February

Pilates

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Lynwood House, Lanchester

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Monday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:30 - 14:30

Monday 25 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Great Lumley Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Monday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

09:30 - 10:30

Monday 25 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Chester-Le-Street Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:15 - 11:45

Tuesday 26 February

Get Creative – Creative Writing

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Lanchester Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday (Term time Only)

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 16:00

Tuesday 26 February

Get Creative – Arts & Crafts

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Bear Park Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

12:30 - 14:00

Tuesday 26 February

WBFL Clinic

Offering clients 1:1 support around: weight loss, being more physically active, improve mental wellbeing, stop smoking, reducing alcohol intake and healthy eating.

Client must be registered with the relevant surgery to access the clinic.

Dunelm Practice in Kelvin House, 1-2 Victor Terrace, Bearpark DH7 7DG

Dawn Roe

07827 981 736

0800 8766 887

Every Tuesday

09:30 - 17:30

Tuesday 26 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Consett Leisure Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:30 - 15:00

Tuesday 26 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Annfield Plain Methodist Church

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:30 - 12:00

Tuesday 26 February

Yoga **Waiting List**

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Cornerstones Centre, Chester-le-Street

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

£4 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:30

Tuesday 26 February

Get Creative

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Bowburn Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:00

Tuesday 26 February

Reading Group

Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discus the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.

Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Langley Park Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Monthly, every last Tuesday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:00

Tuesday 26 February

Stop Smoking Clinic

Stopping smoking can make a big difference to your health, as well as the health of your family and friends. It can improve your chances of living longer and you’ll soon be feeling the benefits of giving up cigarettes. Even if you’ve been smoking for years, it’s never too late to stop.

Millyard House Surgery

Durham Road, Ushaw Moor DH7 7QH

David Blythe

07919 625 747

0800 8766 887

Every Tuesday from 08/01/2019

08:30 - 12:00

Tuesday 26 February

Yoga

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Langley Park Miners Institute

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

£4 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:30

Tuesday 26 February

Stop Smoking Clinic

Clients are referred into the clinic by NHS professionals who work at the surgery.

We offer support to quit smoking for good.

Client must be registered with the relevant surgeries to access the clinics.

Browney House Surgery in Langley Park

David Blythe

07919 625 747

0800 8766 887

Every Tuesday

13:00 - 17:00

Tuesday 26 February

Seated Aerobics

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Croft View, Lanchester

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:00

Tuesday 26 February

Singing

Want to try something new? Come join our free choir and enjoy singing songs old and new!

The Lodge at Blackhill and Consett Park

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

Voluntary donation

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:30 - 15:00

Tuesday 26 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

West Rainton Community Fitness Suite, Jubilee Hall

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:30

Tuesday 26 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Pelton Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:00

Tuesday 26 February

Seated Exercise

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Holyoake Communal Rooms, Chester le Street

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:30 - 14:30

Tuesday 26 February

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Healthy eating isn’t about calorie counting, elimination diets or expensive ingredients….

It’s real ingredients and wiser food choices.

Join like-minded people to socialise and share the experience.

County Hall

Durham

DH1 5UQ

Omar Hijab

07890 642 691

0800 8766 887

Every Tuesday for 8 weeks from 8th January

16:00 - 17:30

Tuesday 26 February

Exercise to Music

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Annfield Plain Methodist Church

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

09:45 - 10:45

Tuesday 26 February

Get Creative

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

South Moor Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Tuesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:00

Tuesday 26 February

Reading Group

Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discus the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.

Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Durham Clayport Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Monthly, every last Tuesday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

15:00 - 16:00

Tuesday 26 February

Stepping up to Wellbeing Group

Our group gets together for 45 mins of Gentle movement to Music.

Then time to have a cupper and socialise after.

Tesco Community Room,

Genesis Way,

Consett

Susan Ashall

07833 482 316

0800 8766 887

Every Tuesday from 12th February for 6 weeks

13:00 - 15:00

Tuesday 26 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Leadgate Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:30 - 14:30

Wednesday 27 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Great Lumley Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:30 to 14:30

Wednesday 27 February

Eat Wise to Drop a Size

Healthy eating isn’t about calorie counting, elimination diets or expensive ingredients….

It’s real ingredients and wiser food choices.

Join like-minded people to socialise and share the experience.

St Patrick’s Church Hall

Victoria Rd, Consett DH8 5AX

Caroline Cranston
Wendy Scofield Marlowe

Every Wednesday

07826 530 851

07825 196 656

0800 8766 887

17:30 - 19:00

Wednesday 27 February

Exercise to Music

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Leadgate Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday 10:30 to 11:30

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:30 - 11:30

Wednesday 27 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Durham County Hall

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

12:30 - 13:00

Wednesday 27 February

Get Creative – Coffee & Colour

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Consett Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:00

Wednesday 27 February

Wellbeing & Mindfulness

Treat yourself to some much needed ‘me’ time on this 5 week wellbeing and mindfulness programme. Learn to refocus and regain clarity using simple tools of NLP and Mindfulness. Peel back limiting beliefs and create a motivating vision to work towards. Reenergise with gentle exercise and fresh air.

Please book your place and pay in advance by calling Wharton Park on 03000 262 655. Please note normal parking charges apply.

Wharton Park

Durham

Ways to Wellbeing

£20 for the course

Every Wednesday for 5 weeks from 30/01/2019

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 16:00

Wednesday 27 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Gala Theatre, Durham

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:15 - 11:45

Wednesday 27 February

Get Creative – Arts & Crafts

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

The Lodge at Blackhill and Consett Park

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 16:00

Wednesday 27 February

Eat Wise & Exercise

Fitness is not about being better than someone else…

It’s about being better than you used to be.

Join us for information and tips on how to incorporate healthy eating into your daily life and also get 45 mins FREE gym time to get you on your road to fitness.

Pelton Community Centre

Front Street, Pelton DH2 1DE

Michelle Phillips

07826 884 695

0800 8766 887

Starting Wednesday 16th January 2019 and running for 8 weeks

View poster

13:00 - 15:00

Wednesday 27 February

Pilates

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Ebchester Village Hall

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

18:30 - 19:30

Wednesday 27 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Langley Park Miners Welfare Institute

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:00

Wednesday 27 February

Yoga **Waiting List**

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Bullion Hall, Chester-le-Street

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Wednesday

£4 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

09:30 - 11:00

Wednesday 27 February

Reading Group -**VISUALLY IMPAIRED**

Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discus the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.

Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Belmont Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Monthly, every last Wednesday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 16:00

Wednesday 27 February

WBFL Clinic

Offering clients 1:1 support around: weight loss, being more physically active, improve mental wellbeing,  reducing alcohol intake and healthy eating.

Client must be registered with the relevant surgery to access the clinic.

Cheveley Park Medical Centre

The Links, Belmont Durham DH1 2UW

Dawn Roe

07827 981 736

0800 8766 887

Every Wednesday

13:30 - 16:30

Wednesday 27 February

Wellbeing Drop In – Fortnightly

Giving you the opportunity to take care of yourself so that you can thrive into the New Year:

Learn about keeping your heart healthy, 5 ways to wellbeing, activity for health and giving yourself some me time with relaxation techniques and mindfulness.

Pelton Community Centre

Front Street, Pelton DH2 1DE

Jennie Cammidge

07827 982 462

0800 8766 887

Fortnightly on Wednesday from 13th February

10:30 - 12:00

Wednesday 27 February

Get Creative

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Durham Clayport Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:30

Thursday 28 February

Men’s Group

Catered for Men, come and find out how to improve your health, happiness and overall quality of life.

Including games and trips out with like-minded people.

Delves Lane Village Hall

Consett

DH87BH

Wendy Scofield Marlowe

Every Thursday

For more information contact 07825 196 656

13:30 - 15:00

Thursday 28 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

St James Church Hall, Burnopfield

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:00 - 14:00

Thursday 28 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Fulforth Centre, Sacriston

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

09:30 - 11:00

Thursday 28 February

Wellbeing for Life Social Group

Meeting up with friends and new people in a friendly environment and enjoying group games and events such as Bowls, Bingo and Quizzes along with a chat over a cuppa.

Stanley Bowls Centre

Front Street

Stanley

DH9 0HU

Caroline Cranston & Laura Hood

07826 530 851

07826 884 693

0800 8766 887

Every Thursday from 14 February 2019

10:30-12:30

Thursday 28 February

Get Creative – Knit & Natter

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Stanley Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

11:00 - 12:00

Thursday 28 February

Get Creative – Sewing Group

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Esh Winning Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

FREE

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

13:15 - 15:00

Thursday 28 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Pelton Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:00

Thursday 28 February

Reading Group

Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discus the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.

Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Consett library

Ways to Wellbeing

Monthly, every fourth Thursday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:00

Thursday 28 February

Get Creative – Card making

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

South Moor Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

£3.50

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:00

Thursday 28 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Ushaw Moor Baptist Church

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

11:00 - 12:00

Thursday 28 February

WBFL Clinic

Clients are referred into the clinic by NHS professionals who work at the surgery. It is mostly for clients who want support with weight loss/management for prevention of type 2 diabetes but clients can also be referred for social isolation and accessing community services.

Client must be registered with the relevant surgeries to access the clinics.

Haven Surgery in Burnhope

Caroline Seymour

07826 884 699

0800 8766 887

First and last Thursday of the month

09:00 - 12:00

Thursday 28 February

WBFL Clinic

Offering clients 1:1 support around: weight loss, being more physically active, improve mental wellbeing, stop smoking, reducing alcohol intake and healthy eating.

Waddington Street Centre

3 Waddington Street, Durham DH1 4 4BG

Dawn Roe

07827 981 736

0800 8766 887

Every Thursday

12:00 - 14:00

Thursday 28 February

Exercise to Music

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

Chester-Le-Street, Parish Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

15:00 - 16:00

Thursday 28 February

Healthy Eating Group / Let’s Cook Together

In fortnightly rotation Wellbeing staff present information about healthy foods and how to incorporate them into your lifestyle.

Cooking a healthy lunch together – prepping, cooking and eating the lunch prepared.

Cost – £3.50 to eat the lunch but haven’t helped prepare it

£2.00 if you have helped prepare the lunch

Waddington Street Centre

3 Waddington Street, Durham DH1 4 4BG

Dawn Roe

07827 981 736

0800 8766 887

Thursdays from 03 Jan 2019

Healthy Eating group 14th Feb, 28th Feb, 14th March and 28th March

Let’s Cook Together 21st Feb, 7th March and 21st March

 

10:30 - 12:00

Thursday 28 February

Get Creative – Knit & Natter

Have fun, learn a new skill and make friends at arts and crafts sessions in your local community venues and libraries.

Sessions vary, so please contact us for further details.

Lanchester Library

Ways to Wellbeing

Every Thursday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:30

Thursday 28 February

Walking Group

Walking is free and one of the easiest ways to become more active, lose weight and become healthier.

Meet at the venue to take in local areas bring comfortable footwear, waterproofs and water.

Quaking Houses Village Hall

Second Street

Stanley

DH9 7HQ

Diane Taylor, Dennis Patterson & Rob Green

Every Thursday

For more information contact 07789 486 736

0800 8766 887

10:30 - 12:00

Thursday 28 February

Healthy lifestyle course

Giving you the opportunity to take care of yourself so that you can thrive into the New Year:

Learn about keeping your heart healthy, 5 ways to wellbeing, activity for health and giving yourself some me time with relaxation techniques and mindfulness.

The Haven Community centre,

South Moor

Julie Stobbart and Diane Taylor

07789 486 736

07717 320 074

0800 8766 887

Starting Thursday 24th January and running for 6 weeks

11:00 -12:00

Thursday 28 February

Reading Group

Relaxed sociable groups for people who love to read. Come along, have a cuppa and discus the latest book. Join any time. New books are issued every month and then discussed at the next session.

Spaces may be limited, so please contact us for availability.

Pelton library

Ways to Wellbeing

Monthly, every last Thursday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

14:00 - 15:00

Thursday 28 February

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30-90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at:

http://www.durham.gov.uk/walkdurham

For futher information please contact:

e mail: sportandleisure@durham.gov.uk
Tel: 03000 266 555

Community Fitness Suite

Great Lumley Community Centre

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

10:00 - 11:30

Thursday 28 February

Couch 2 5k running group

A mix of running and walking to gradually build up your fitness.

Booking is required.

Langley Park Community Gym

Ways to Wellbeing

10 Weeks

(starting 10/01/2019)

Every Thursday

Booking is required.

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

18:30 - 19:30

Thursday 28 February

Gentle Circuits

Ways to wellbeing is a Durham County Council programme, which aims to support adults over the age of 16 to improve their health and wellbeing.

Group Exercise

A range of activities to help improve your health, feel fitter or just get out of the house and meet new people.

St Patrick’s Church Hall, Consett

Ways to Wellbeing

Weekly, Thursday

£3 per session

03000 262539

www.durham.gov.uk/waystowellbeing

18:00 - 19:00

Thursday 28 February

Prostate Cancer Awareness

There will be information and advice on what to look out for with this type of cancer and to answer any questions

Waddington Street Centre

3 Waddington Street, Durham DH1 4 4BG

Dawn Roe

07827 981 736

0800 8766 887

10:00 - 14:00

Thursday 28 February

March 2019

Health Walks

Short led walks in the local community. Each walk is between 30 – 90 minutes.

A full list of our walks can be found at: