Support from Essity for Cafe @ Burn Lane

A major local employer, Essity Prudhoe Mill, is supporting the new Changing Places facility within Cafe @ Burn Lane with donations of toilet tissue and Tork paper hand towels. Essity’s Cath Frost came along to one of the preview days in April to deliver the donated goods. Cath is pictured here with Liz Prudhoe at the facility.

Mill and site manager George Placogiannakis said: “Health and hygiene are essential human needs, and we are delighted to support this important new disabled facility as part of our global Essentials Initiative. The link between hygiene, health and well-being is well-documented, but fighting cultural stereotypes and resource inequalities as well as improving access for all sections of our community remains something we all need to get behind.”

Cafe @ Burn Lane NOW OPEN

Our new community cafe, Cafe @ Burn Lane, is now open! The cafe is a facility for everyone – individuals, groups and businesses, and along with the adjoining resource centre, is available for private hire. The cafe has an internet area with computer access, outdoor seating area and Changing Places accessible toilet.

Open from Monday to Friday 8.30am – 3.00pm, the cafe serves a selection of freshly cooked breakfasts, lunches, including homemade soup and quiche, along with homemade scones and cakes and a great cup of coffee.

There’s plenty of free parking and dogs are welcome too. See our Cafe @ Burn Lane page for the latest menu.

 

 

Winter News December 2017

As we are into autumn and winter it is AGM time again. We are delighted to report another successful year for Adapt and we are delighted we are in the process of completing the refurbishment of our site at Burn Lane. The refurbishment of the remaining buildings on the site is nearing completion and will house a Resource Centre and a Community Café. We are very excited about this new development and hope you will come along and have a look at the site and let us know what services you would wish to see developed on the site. Please do come along to the AGM.

Our AGM is on Thursday 7th December here at our Burn Lane site; come and help us shape our development.
11.00am start Lunch 12.30pm. Transport can be provided. Please let us know for catering if you are able to attend.

Northumberland Independent Advocacy Service is provided by Adapt and is a confidential and free service for adults who may for a range of reasons may benefit from additional support if you wish to know more about the service. Please contact us on 01434 600599 or email advocacy@adapt-tynedale.org.uk.

January is the time of year to renew your memberships. If you have already renewed your membership thank you very much; if you have yet to renew your membership we look forward to hearing from you. Once again we have held the individual membership at £3.00. Individuals using our dial-a-ride services or groups hiring our buses need to be members to allow us to comply with current public transport legislation.