Archive for February, 2008

Bad News for Spotlight Magazine

February 28, 2008

I recieved an email from Mandy Clarke, editor of Spotlight, she would like me to make you all aware that Spotlight is no longer going to be made, As She says in the Email “Whilst I have been supporting it with my own money I cannot justify continuing, especially when the monthly battle to find new advertisers seems to be becoming harder rather than easier! I have taken great pleasure in putting it together every month, and have met some wonderful people through doing so. I’d like to thank everyone who has been involved, advertised or contributed in whatever form. Without your support it would never have got off the ground at all!”. She would also to make all advertisers aware  that they will recieve any money back that they have paid upfront “If you are one of the advertisers who have paid in advance, I will endeavour to get a cheque refund to you in the next couple of weeks.”

Brother Bear at Seghill Institute

February 12, 2008

Brother Bear will be shown at the Seghill Institute by Doorstep Pictures on 19th Febuary 2008 at 2:00PM Tickets cost £1

Febuary Half Term Activities In Seaton Valley

February 12, 2008

Activities for Young People – ‘make-a-move!’

‘Make-a-Move’ Leisure Inclusion team organise and deliver a variety of activities for young people. Programmes range from traditional sports such as football and netball to alternative forms of leisure such as hip hop and surfing. Many of the activities are based at Concordia Leisure Centre, Blyth Sports Centre or Sporting Club Cramlington, but there are a large number that take place in other locations indoors or outdoors.

February activities include:

Sports Roadshow

These sessions provide a taster into various sports, and give young people the opportunity to learn new skills. Equipment for all sessions is provided.  Please wear comfortable clothing and we do recommend you bring a drink!  Turn up to register. Sessions are outdoors and weather permitting.

All About Me

These sessions take place over 4 days and to qualify for the pamper session you must attend the activity and workshop days. These sessions are designed to focus on: Self-esteem and confidence building, Healthy body image and well being, Media image, Fun, active fitness sessions Including Hip Hop dance and salsa, Pamper techniques and relaxation sessions including applying face masks, nail art and make up school.

Disclaimer We have tried to make sure that none of our products used during this activity contain nuts or fish traces. However we are NOT LIABLE for any allergic reactions that occur through the use of our products if they have not been disclosed on the parent consent form. If you have any concerns please contact your GP prior to attending the session.

Monday 18th February

1.00pm – 3.00pm

Sports Road Show at Seaton Sluice First School

6 to 14 years no booking required 50p per child

Tuesday 19th February

10am – 1.00pm

All About Me

Seaton Sluice community centre

13 to 17 years    must book  £1.00

Wednesday 20th February

10am – 12 noon                                      10am – 1pm

Sports Road Show                                  All About Me

New Hartley MUGGA                              Seaton Sluice community centre

6 – 14 years                                            13 – 17 years

no booking required  50p per child             Must Book £1.00

Thursday 21st February

10am – 12 noon                                       10am – 1pm

Sports Road Show                                   All About Me

Holywell First School                               Seaton Sluice community centre

6 – 14 years                                            13 – 17 years

no booking required  50p per child             must book  £1.00

Friday 22nd February

10am – 1pm

All About Me

Seaton Sluice community centre

13 – 17 years

must book  £1.00

For more information about other make a move activities across Blyth Valley contact Blyth Valley Arts and Leisure on 01670 542267 or click on the link http://www.bval.co.uk/Default.aspx?page=315

Free Half Term Fun

February 12, 2008

Lots of different activities for families with children up to 9 years old.  Looking for something to entertain your little ones during Half Term – why not come along!  Two mornings available – Tuesday 19th at Seaton Delaval first school and Thursday 21st February at Seaton Sluice First School 10am until 12.30pm.  For more information please ring 798815

Seaton Valley Spotlight Feb ’08

February 4, 2008

Spotlight is an A5 sized, colour glossy magazine, produced by Seaton Delaval resident Mandy Clarke, and distributed free to all homes and businesses in Seaton Valley. It is produced monthly, and distributed to Seaton Sluice and New Hartley one month, and Seaton Delaval and Seghill the following month. As well as providing information to residents on local events, it also features local interest articles and a forum for County Councillors, and is a directory of local shops and businesses.

Back issues of the magazine can be downloaded Here

Mandy is always open to ideas for future issues, and welcomes feedback from readers. If you are interested in submitting an article or advertising, or if you live outside the distribution area and would like to be added to the mailing list, please contact Mandy on 0191 237 7553 or email clarke.mandy@gmail.com

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