Activities & Classes
For more information on when these groups start please contact the numbers provided.
Dauntless Fitness Kids
NEW KIDS CLASSES starting in January 2019
Boys and girls 6-10years - Fridays 4-5pm
ACTIVE KIDS FUN AND GAMES CLASS
Boys and girls 6-12years - Fridays 5-5:50 pm
Taster sessions through January £3.50/session Block booking from February
Text or call: 07575 073 585 or email to secure a space!
Blaydon Baby Bears!
Blaydon Baby Bears' is a new parent and toddler group started in January 2016.
This is a parent and toddler group for 0-4yrs.
EVERY MONDAY 9.30am - 11:30am
£2.50 per child +£1 for a sibling
Contact No 0191 4147849
1.00pm – 3.00pm Monday – Contact No 07527 548 743
Skinnypigs® Women’s Fitness Class, established in 2010 has fast become the largest independent fitness provider in the North East and has drastically changed the lives of over 40,000+ women!
Monday 6-7PM | Tuesday 6-7pm | Wednesday 9.30-10.30am | Friday 9-10.30am
Kalma Baby offers the very best baby yoga, toddler yoga, junior yoga, and baby developmental massage classes. Our sessions ‘make development fun with unique benefits for young bodies and minds’. A beautiful world of therapies awaits your child which are most of all devoted to aiding their development.
CRAWLING - 2YRS CLASS
Rugby Tots North East
Since 2006, we have grown beyond anything we could have imagined. 40,000 children in 16 countries on 5 continents are now part of the Rugbytots family. Here in the UK, over 500 coaches deliver more than 2500 classes per week… and the numbers keep rising!
9.00am – 12.00 Sundays – Contact Suzi Southern 07855 221 473
Blaydon Jewellery and Crafts
Contact Oonagh Gibson
07506 238 854 or
8.00pm – 9.30pm Tuesdays
8.00pm – 9.30pm Fridays
Contact Graham 07968 293 036
The Inclusive Club
The inclusive session for young people at Blaydon Youth and Community Centre has gone from strength to strength over the last year. The session, delivered by NE Youth, attracts approximately 30 regular attendees from a wide range of backgrounds with a diverse range of support needs. The group come together to socialise, develop their skills and support one another. Some attend with parents or carers, others attend independently. Staff and volunteers at the session plan activities that are fun, challenging and assist attendees to develop their social and emotional learning alongside practical skills such as cooking, creative art and craft activities and games. Everyone who attends (staff, young people, volunteers, parents and carers) work together to create an incredibly friendly, welcoming and nurturing environment where everyone can participate and achieve.
In August the group planned a summer trip to the beach which they really enjoyed. They have also been to a pantomime and are aiming to complete a bike ride at Newburn in the Spring. Numbers continue to steadily increase so as a result an additional member of staff has been recruited to ensure attendees are appropriately supported.
Young people have been referred to external support services where appropriate including counselling and benefit advice. An advisor from Your Voice Counts (an advocacy service for people with a learning disability) attends the session on an ad hoc basis.
5.30pm – 8.00pm Wednesday
Contact the centre for more information