Civic Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE99 2BN
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Newcastle, once and industrious shipbuilding city, is now most famous for its nightlife scene, from nightclubs to premium restaurants which serve food from all over the world. The University is at the heart of the city – Newcastle has a population of 42,000 students. Cultural offerings include a concert hall and excellent art galleries, and boutique hotels welcome visitors seeking a sophisticated city break. Vibrant and full of character, it’s the perfect place to spend a weekend. With so many different areas each offering new sights, sounds and experiences, you’ll be amazed at how much is on offer.
Disability North is a registered charity promoting inclusion, independence and choice for disabled people and their families by providing information, advice and support on any aspect of disability. Services are also provided for students or professionals working in the statutory, voluntary and the public sector. Visit their website for more information - www.disabilitynorth.org.uk
Friends Action North East is based in Newcastle upon Tyne and has a sole purpose of helping adults in the North East of England with learning disabilities to make and keep friends. Visit their website for more information - www.friendsaction.co.uk
Information NOW is the information website for older people and adults, their families and carers in Newcastle. Helping you stay informed, make choices, plan ahead, be independent and have an excellent quality of life. Visit their website for more information - www.informationnow.org.uk
Newcastle CVS provides a trusted, independent voice to individuals who struggle to be heard and support to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations in Newcastle and Gateshead to be more resilient and sustainable.Visit their website for more information - https://www.cvsnewcastle.org.uk/