Some of our Users

The TORCH Centre welcomes a wide range of groups that use our facilities. Below is a list of some of our regular users with contact details. Most of our groups welcome new members, so please feel free to use the links or contact details to get in touch with them. There is more information about groups and their contact details on our 'links' page.


Movement for the Mind 

A seated to standing, movement to music, dance class for those with neurological conditions (such as Dementia, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke), post-op, or just wanting to release that inner dancer!

Tuesdays 1-2pm

£5.00 per person

Contact Molly at mollyfreelancedance@yahoo.com


Express Yourself Dance

An uplifting, energetic and creative dance class for adults with learning and/or physical disabilities. 

Tuesdays 2.15-3.15pm

£5.00 per person

Contact Molly at mollyfreelancedance@yahoo.com

 


 

Hexham Flower Club

The club meets at the TORCH Centre monthly at 2.00pm on the second Monday of each month.

For more details go to www.hexhamflowerclub.co.uk 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JiveAlive is a sociable and friendly group of dancers. We dance to have fun, and in doing so we raise money for local charities.

Every Wednesday, at the Torch Centre.

8.00 pm, with dancing until 10.30 pm

Bar available

£4 on the door

FREE FIRST SESSION

Second Wednesday of every month - a professional lesson, followed by freestyle dancing

Last Wednesday of every month - a Freestyle Fun Party Night

Every other Wednesday of the month - informal tuition from a member of the group, followed by freestyle dancing

The bar is open to members of JiveAlive

For further information: 01434 601017 / 603966
 


 

LEARN, LAUGH and LIVE

The U3A is a national organisation with a local group in Tynedale providing low cost opportunities for people, who are no longer in fulltime employment or raising a family, to meet others, learn new skills and have fun!

We have over 40 different groups such as Bird Watching, Art, Tai Chi, History, Italian, Mahjong, Scrabble, Science, Ukulele, Singing, Walking, Railway Studies, French and Current Affairs. There are regional workshops, monthly speakers on a range of topics and visits to places of interest.

If you want to know more look at our website http://www.tynedaleu3a.org.uk/.  A world of opportunities and new friends awaits you!

Current weekly activities at the TORCH Centre are:
Thursdays:  1000-1100 - Tai Chi
             1330-11430 - Gentle Exercise

             1400-1600 - Watercolouring
A science group meets on the third monday of each month 1400-1600

For more details of these, contact the TORCH Centre on 01434 606672 (the office is usually open on Tuesday and Friday mornings) or e-mail to hexhamtorch@btconnect.com.

 



 

Chrysalis is a club for people with dementia and their carers to try out different activities. It is supported by volunteers.
 

Do you or someone you care about has memory problems or dementia? There are lots of us in Tynedale, and guess what – we still have our interests, our creativity and the ability to enjoy ourselves. To make the best of what we can do, we’ve teamed up with our families, friends and professionals to form a Hexham-based club

If you’re an active person with memory problems or dementia, if you care for someone with memory problems or dementia, or if you would just like to help, we’d love you to join us – you’re very welcome! To find out more go to: www.chrysalis-tynedale.org.uk

Chrysalis meets at the TORCH Centre on Monday and Wednesday afternoons 1400-1600.

 


 

IYENGAR YOGA CLASSES
Mondays and Wednesdays 10:00-11:30am

All ages and abilities - Beginners always welcome

Tutor: Trish Sykes

For more information, contact Trish on 01434 673423

 

 


Hexham Spinal Unit 

Sports Club

Wheelchair Sports and Leisure Club Every Friday: 2.00-6.00pm at the
TORCH Centre

Membership is FREE
New members always welcome

The aims of the Club are:

  • To enable all wheelchair users to come to terms with their ABILITY in sporting activities
  • To encourage members to participate in various sporting activities
  • To offer support and encouragement in ability and self-achievement
  • To promote individualism, teamwork and socialisation
  • To envision the benefits, enjoyment and rewards gained through friendly competition

To find out more contact:
Isobel on 0191 236 5787 or
Andy on 07799 621673

 


 

Taekwon-Do Classes for children and young people at the TORCH Centre every Wednesday evening 5.00-7.00pm.

 

The fun and safe fitness training programme for children aged 3 to 5 years old. The programme should help each child find greater self-confidence and self-esteem, while improving their physical development.

Instructors will encourage each child to achieve his/her potential, learning new skills and making new friends.

For more information go to www.uktc.co.uk or phone 01786 845060

 

 
   


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