Summer Multi Sports Holiday Camp

Summer Multi Sports Holiday Camp

The summer holiday camp is back between the 10th and 12th August. 

To book follow the contact details on the poster below.

The Wilding Theatre Show

The Wilding Theatre

There will be a public performance of the Wilding Theatre Show at
Otterburn RTC Sports Grounds at 1pm on Saturday 25th June – admission FREE – for information about free tickets please email admin@miscreations.co.uk
 
Wilding Theatre is an extraordinary outdoor theatre adventure for children aged 4+ and their families.
 
The Planet is out of balance; Dreaming Earth Giants are stirring from their deep, time-long sleep. Called by a Curlew, Alice finds herself on a fantastical journey that takes her from treetop to deep underground. She learns to speak Woodpecker and sings with a worm, she tumbles upon a mole and is dwarfed by giant wild flowers all in search of an elusive invitation to meet some very important mushrooms…
 
Wilding Theatre takes us all on an ecological odyssey of surprises – through puppets, song, clown, storytelling and listening to the natural world – young people and their families alike will become part of the spiralling connections that Alice makes so that together we come to understand how to send the giants back to sleep. 
Age guidance: 4+

Vacancies at the RTC

Vacancies at the RTC

The RTC has two new job vacancies, please go to our vacancies page via the link below to apply.

Half Term Holiday Camp

Half Term Holiday Camp

Easter Holiday Sports Camp

Easter Holiday Sports Camp

Smoothie Day Success!

Smoothie Day Success!

The smoothie day was a great success. Apple trees were planted, fruit was crushed and pressed, and most importantly delicious juice was drunk!

Thank you to CAN for their support in purchasing the crusher and press.

Smoothie Making Workshop

SMOOTHIE MAKING WORKSHOP

The Rede Tyne Coquet Sports & Leisure Centre in Otterburn is hosting a smoothie making session on Saturday morning, 26th February between 10:00 and 12:00.

Everyone is invited to come along and see the new fruit crusher and fruit press at work and to have a go at making their own juices and smoothies. Fruit will be available on the day, but people are welcome to bring their own fruit if they prefer.

This is a family event and is an ideal opportunity for young people to see how fruit can be turned into delicious and healthy drinks. Bottles will be provided for juice to be taken home.

Volunteers will also be planting three apple trees which have been kindly donated by The Bay Trees catering service.

This is a free event, but donations are welcome. RTC would like to thank Community Action Northumberland for their help in funding the fruit crusher and fruit press.

February Half Term: All Stars Multi Sports Holiday Camp

February Half Term: All Stars Multi Sports Holiday Camp

Multi sports fun for all abilities;

Football

Basketball

Rounders

Dodgeball

Arts and Crafts

Fun Games

To find out more or book please contact Joe.

£16 per day or £40 for all 3 days.

Ages 5 -14

Packed lunch and bottled water required.

Joe

07861482475
enquiries@all-starrugby.net
http://www.asrugby.co.uk

Table Tennis End of Season Event

Monday 13th December 6.30-9.00pm  A special open Table Tennis family evening is planned at the RTC sports centre with the coach Martin Schapira. All levels of players are welcome and everybody can take part in a few games, whether they played before or if they want to have a go at this type of sport. The event is free but small donations will be welcome. If you are interested to attend please email cristina.mircescu@rtcsports.co.uk or just turn up.

Tree management at Rede Tyne Coquet Sports and Leisure Centre

Tree management at Rede Tyne Coquet Sports and Leisure Centre

The trustees would like to inform members of the community that work to cut down shrubbery and to remove trees around the tennis courts will be carried out on 25th and 26th November. The work, which has been approved by Northumberland County Council’s Tree Officer, will involve removing some trees immediately beside the court area and cutting down surrounding shrubbery. The roots and leaves of these trees and shrubs are affecting the surface of the courts and the work is being done in anticipation of being able to refurbish the courts and bring them back into use at some point in the future, subject to funds being found. The Trustees would like to thank Landmarc and Northumbria Water for facilitating this work.