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Easter break

March 27, 2024
The staff, trustees and volunteers of St Pauls Centre would like to wish everyone a Happy Easter! The centre will be closed from this Friday and will re-open on Tuesday 2nd April. Foodbank will be open as normal on Good Friday 29th March 10am to 12 noon for anyone in need or to drop off donations.
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Welcome back Virtual Rhythm!

March 15, 2024
On Saturday 20th April, we will be welcoming back Virtual Rhythm to play at our Spring Ceilidh. Virtual Rhythm have always been brilliant, (see Fabulous Ceilidh on Saturday Evening!), and so has the dancing! Tickets are £10 which includes a pie and pea supper provided by the centre's café. The money raised will go towards the centre extension fund, which…
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Poster advertising an Afternoon Concert at St Pauls Centre Spennymoor. The choir are Rainbow Singers and the event is to help raise money for the Centre's extension.

Join us for an afternoon Concert with the Rainbow Singers

March 2, 2024
Part of the Rainbow Singers 10th anniversary celebrations, the singers will be performing on Wednesday 17th April at 1:30pm. The concert is to help raise funds for the centre's extension. Raised funds currently stand at £156,000. Donations towards the extension are gratefully received. Complimentary tea and biscuits will be served. Tickets cost £5 and can be purchased from the centre's…
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Poster advertising a movie afternoon on Friday 1st March at St Pauls Centre Spennymoor.

Come keep warm, join us for a movie!

February 27, 2024
On Friday 1st March there will be a movie afternoon at the centre. Bacon or sausage butties are served from 12:30pm (special dietary needs can be catered for) and the film will start at 1:15pm (approximately). Booking is essential. Please call on 01388 813404 and place your butty choice upon booking.  
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Support Spennymoor Foodbank

February 19, 2024
You are warmly invited to a Coffee Morning at St Pauls' Centre to raise funds for much needed storage space and additional community facilities at the Centre. The coffee morning will be on Saturday 16th March between 9:30am and 11:30am. The Foodbank volunteers hope you will find time to drop in and enjoy delicious coffee, cakes and scones as well…
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Half-term holiday film

February 9, 2024
On Wednesday 21st February, we have a film morning for families and little kids at heart! The film is rated 12A so parental discretion is advised. Booking is essential as there are limited places available. Ring the main office or pop in to book. As this is a Warm Space event, there is no cost and a bacon/sausage butty is…
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February supper club – “Love is in the air”

January 20, 2024
Our monthly supper club returns on 15th February to celebrate Valentine's Day. We are delighted to announce that singer and special guest Michael will be performing on the night. There will be a buffet - big thanks to The Whistling Teapot - and the evening will cost £10 per person. As ever, bring your own drinks. Book your seats today…
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Support group for people living with dementia

January 9, 2024
St Pauls Centre runs a friendly, successful, popular group for people living with dementia and also for their carers. Once a week on a Thursday afternoon, people with dementia are welcome to attend to take part in sociable activities involving music, craft and reminiscing. Carers are welcome to come along at the same time to gather in their own support…
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Closed over Christmas period

December 20, 2023
The centre and café are closed from 21st December to the 7th January. This is to give volunteers and staff time to recuperate after a busy, successful and hard working year. The centre and café will re-open on Monday 8th January. Please note that the foodbank will still be open Fridays 10am - 12noon.
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Rainbow Singers on Tour!

December 17, 2023
On the 6th December, the Rainbow Singers started their tour at Lothian House Spennymoor. We have been going there monthly to teach the residents some of the songs so they could join in. "O Come all ye Faithful" got off to a good start with a solo from Iris ( a resident from Lothian). Our other soloist ( also a…
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