We are planning varied and interesting events for later in the year. All are welcome to join us. Extra help putting on the events is always welcome. Do get in touch if you can help.
The Phoenix Club
Every Thursday afternoon
An informal session of chat and maybe a card game, with tea and coffee. Free to all Alnmouth retired residents. From 2-3.30pm.
Fun Little Foodies
Friday October 29th 2021 11am
Our main goal is to get kids involved and interested in food and cooking.
Children are encouraged to be as independent as possible and as well as learning to cook they have lots of fun along the way!
30 months to 11 years of age. £12 per child
Contact Julia on 07581316293 or email
To book a place go to https://my.whatadoddle.co.uk/book-class/41564
Art at the Hindmarsh
Saturday October 30th 2021 10am - 4pm
Twenty-Four accomplished artists will be exhibiting and selling their work in both the Lower and Upper Halls.
The artists have been carefully selected so that a range of artistic disciplines will be on show including painting, sculpture, ceramics, and textiles.
Fused Glass Workshop
Sunday November 14th 2021 1.30pm - 4.30pm
Learn how to cut glass and be able to make around 3 or more projects. Amanda will share her knowledge and passion for glass, showing you and demonstrating the different techniques involved in fused glass art.
It will be a fun few hours with coffee, tea and of course cake.
Cost £45 per person including all materials required.
Contact Amanda : email@example.com to book a place.
Jazz at the Hindmarsh
Friday November 26th 2021 8pm
Ian Millar & Dominic Spencer saxophone & piano duo from Scotland
They tell stories of their travels in their Tour Bus - an old converted Yorkshire Ambulance, in an entertaining evening of creative music and enthusiastic joy
Bring your own refreshments and glasses.
Tickets will be available from the Post Office and the Gift Shop priced at £10 from 25th October.
Alnwick Symphony Wind Ensemble
Sunday December 9th 2021 2pm
We hope that you will come and enjoy an afternoon of Christmas music. A sure way to get in the mood for all the festivities to come.
As is befitting this seasonal time of the year sweet mince pies will be served during the interval with tea and coffee and there may be the opportunity for a little communal carol singing.