Sponsor our 2nd Cider & Chilli festival and support local good causes.

Our first year was a great success (and a lot of fun) in managing to raise funds.

Do you know anyone, an organisation or business that would like to be a part of it?

Opportunities start from £90, and all profits from the event go to local good causes.

Get In Touch : chairman@newcastleroundtable.co.uk

 

Gosforth Round Table – Bonfire & Fireworks Display

All Proceeds to Local Charities & Good Causes

Broadway West Playing Fields, Gosforth

Saturday 7th November 2015 @ 7pm – (gates open @ 6.15pm)

Over 120 effects per minute!

All proceeds go to local charity

Children £2

Adults – £4

Wide range of attractions and refreshments will be available on the evening

Please Note there is no parking available on the evening and we recommend the use of the Metro for ease of access

Our first Cider & Chilli Festival was such a success, we’re doing it all over again!

Only this time, it’ll be bigger and better. Join us on Friday 25th & Saturday 26th September at Friends of Summer Hill, just off Westgate Road and discover some of the UK’s finest selection of Cider’s together with varying flavours of homemade chilli. Entertainment is also included. (TBC)

Entry is £5, which includes programme, souvenir glass, and food voucher.

All this can be found only minutes away from Newcastle City centre.

Friday 25th Sept 17:00-23:00

Saturday 26th Sept 11:00-23:00

We look forward to seeing you there!

On Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 December members of Newcastle Gosforth Round Table undertook their annual food collection in the Brunton Park area of Gosforth. The response from local residents was fantastic and succeeded in being one of the best contributions for a long time.

For a number of years we have donated the collection solely to Haven (Tyneside) who provide accommodation for single homeless people with support needs and assist in their resettlement and rehabilitation using strategic training and education, enabling them to move on to appropriate long term housing.

This year we also decided to help the newly formed Newcastle West End Foodbank as well as Haven and in order to facilitate this we extended our traditional route to encompass the whole of the Brunton Park estate. The Newcastle West End

Foodbank provides food for people in need who have a voucher from a care professional. Frontline care professionals such as doctors and social workers identify people in crisis and then issue the food voucher. Clients then receive three days of nutritionally balanced, non-perishable food in exchange for their food voucher. Foodbanks also make time to chat and to signpost clients to other helpful services.
Foodbanks help prevent crime, housing loss, family breakdown and mental health problems. A simple box of food makes a big difference.

The donations made by the residents soon mount up and will have a significant impact on a lot of people’s lives this Christmas. These organisations rely on donations from the general public and groups like us to help support the local community, so it is important that we continue to help these organisations especially in their times of need.

The donations we collect, no matter how large or small, do make a difference, so on behalf of Haven (Tyneside) and Newcastle West End Foodbank, Newcastle Gosforth Round Table would like to say a big thank you to the residents of Brunton Park for their continued support and donations, without whom none of this would be possible. We would also like to thank Arnold Clark of Shiremoor for their very generous use of a free van for two nights enabling us to actually be able to collect all donations from the residents. Their continued support to Newcastle Gosforth Round Table is sincerely appreciated and valued.

 

Hi Mark,

A massive thank you to all of your volunteers. The collection totalled a wonderful 324.2Kg which has already been distributed to the needy of  Newcastle.

Your collection was sufficient to provide three days’ food for twenty four families.

All families who received the food donations were first assessed by front-line agencies such as the Citizens’ Advice Bureau or Social Work Departments and had their cisrcumstances investigated to make sure that the food indeed went to those most in need.

Please add a personal message of thanks from me to all who volunteered and donated.

Michael Nixon (Manager Newcastle West End Foodbank)

Gosforth Round Table – Bonfire & Fireworks Display

All Proceeds to Local Charities & Good Causes

Broadway West Playing Fields, Gosforth

Saturday 1st November 2014 @ 7pm – (gates open @ 6.15pm)

Over 120 effects per minute!

All proceeds go to local charity

Children £2

Adults – £4

Wide range of attractions and refreshments will be available on the evening

Please Note there is no parking available on the evening and we recommend the use of the Metro for ease of access

Supported by:

 

This year we are doubling our efforts and will be collecting food donations on the 9th and 10th Dec

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/local-news/homeless-food-collection-north-tyneside-6357034#.UpuhIaDHWiI.twitter

For more information on how you can help please contact us

Curry and a Beer Networking

Fancy meeting up with like minded people over a beer and a curry?

Then look no further

22nd May 2013

Latifs Indian in Newcastle

7:30 onwards

Interested?  Let us know your coming at chairman@newcastleroundtable.co.uk or register for the event on Facebook

Roundtable

Due to the recent weather we have had to cancel this years raft race 

For more updates please visit our Facebook page

 

The Newcastle Gosforth Raft Race is only two months away and preparations are well under way.  September the 29th is our first raft race on the River Tyne and for more information please see our Raft Race section on the website.

 

For anyone who has not heard of Depaul UK, they help young people who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged by finding them a place they can call home and and other assistance that we may often take for granted.

So when we were approached by Depaul UK and they explained what they did we were only too happy to help! With a number of properties across the North East the main target was to ensure that these houses represented a warm and welcoming home for the people residing there, so with that in mind we headed down to the local DIY centre to stock up on Paint, Brushes and other necessities required to start decorating.

After a good day’s decorating our work is far from over and we will be back to finish what we started in the next couple of weeks.

For more information on how we can help your charity or organisation please contact us.

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