This month’s #OneNorthShields competition will leave you speechless! Cultural arts venue The Exchange in North Shields is pleased to offer the chance to win two tickets to see Britain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley aka the Lost Voice Guy perform at Smile on the Tyne 2019 with the Lost Voice Guy on Sunday 7th July. Details on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pg/OneNorthShields/posts/?ref=page_internal
The Chamber is a business organisation in the town of North Shields; with over 100 businesses currently members of the Chamber. Find out what’s going on with the Chamber and North Shields today.
NORTH TYNESIDE COUNCIL DYNAMIC PURCHASING SYSTEM (DPS) VARIOUS OPPORTUNITIES The Authority is seeking applications from suitable organisations that are interested in being on the Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for Housing and Operational, Schools and Commercial Buildings. Applicants wishing to register their interest against the opportunities and have access to the documents should go to the ProContract electronic tendering portal on the web site located at https://procontract.due-north.com/SupplierPreLoginHome To register an interest
New lease of life for arts venue after receiving huge grant An inclusive community space for arts and culture in North Tyneside will be given a new lease of life thanks to a grant for £48,000. The Exchange, on Howard Street in North Shields, has welcomed hundreds of artists, singers, musicians, theatre companies and other performers through its doors since it opened three years ago. Now the grade II-listed building,
Soccer 6’s are looking to start a business 5 a side football league, which would be hosted at the refurbished Evolution Football Centre at the Royal Quays in North Shields. Games are 40 minutes long on 3G turf, with trophies for winners and man of the match awards of food and drink in the Evo Bar. Soccer 6s can offer FREE registration for the first two teams to register quoting
Following the retirement of the Town Crier, the Chamber donated the Crier’s uniform to the North Shields Customer First Centre. Here it is on display in the Library, with Peter Ellis and Victoria Douglass, Team Leaders with NTC Cultural Services.