Disability North

Torch Centre in Hexham

A fully accessible venue in Hexham with competitive charges.  Facilities comprise a large hall, a smaller hall, comfortable lounge area, bar and kitchen.  Suitable for a wide range of actvities including sports, exercise, meetings, group activities, parties, receptions, gatherings and fundraisers.

Contact the Elderly

Contact the Elderly organises regular Sunday afternoon tea parties for people over 75 who live with little or no social support.  The development officer for the North East is Sheila Ryder, tel 01434 672110 or e-mail

Community Transport Association

The CTA is a national charity that provides leadership, learning and enterprise support to a wide range of organisations delivering innovative and flexible transport solutions in their communities. For organisations that provide transport to their members or the public, whether they are charities, voluntary or community groups, social enterprises or local authorities.

 Blyth Resource and Intiative Centre (BRIC)

An unemployed people’s centre providing services and opportunities towards alleviating experiences of low income and unemployment amongst people in South East Northumberland.

Website or click to open the One World community services brochure

Prudhoe Community Allotment

An accessible allotment in Prudhoe with raised beds for convenience and accessible toilet facilities. Open to all abilities to take part – community growing days are Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 am to 12 noon.  If you would like to take part, please ring Joan Russell on 01661 833101 or e-mail her on

Morpeth Town Council

Website for Morpeth Town Council which supports dial-a-rides in the Stobhill/Morpeth areas.  See the Stobhill community bus page here.

Ponteland Hopper

This dial-a-ride service in Ponteland is supported by Northumberland County Council councillors for Ponteland along with Pointnorth and Ageing Well in Northumberland.



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