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Come along and join in the fun at the first session of the newly founded playgroup Bright Beginnings In Northumberland Open Day at the Briardale Community Centre, Briardale Road, Cowpen, Blyth on Saturday 15th June 2013 11am until 3pm.
There will be plenty of activities for everyone including face painting, pony rides, raffles, tombola and childrens tombola, bouncy castle, refreshments, hot dogs and more.
Koast Radio will be hosting the day along with Mr Malcolm McDonald (Super Mac) who will be signing photos. The local press will also be attending so you never know; you could even be in the papers. It really will be a fantastic day, not to be missed…. so get yourselves along for a Fab Fun Filled Day.
Bright Beginnings In Northumberland are a brand new parent and toddler group for preschool and special needs children aged 0-5 years; headed up by Dawn Tyler Hood, Yvonne Robson, Amanda Hawkes and Helen Haggerty.
The sessions will commence on Monday 17th June 2013 and will run from 10.30am till 12.30pm at The Briardale Community Centre in Blyth. Bright Beginnings In Northumberland will also be holding a session every Friday from 12.30pm till 2.30pm.
For more information please contact Dawn Tyler Hood 07989578223.
To celebrate our 2nd birthday we hosted a spectacular “Challenge Koast Weekend” at Sandy Bay Caravan park this early May Bank Holiday. The park was busy and many joined us for BIG prizes including a holiday with Park Resorts, giveaways and loads of fun. Some of our presenters were vying for your votes to win the ultimate prize. Great fun for all the family. In addition the amazing Dawn Tyler Hood gave away money to deserving charities across the North East live on Koast on Sunday 5th May. Many of you nominated charities via our facebook page. It was a great weekend and thank you for being part of it, the whole weekend was LIVE on Koast Radio. We had the following activities for the whole family to enjoy:
- Bouncy Castle,
- Face painting
- Husky rides and petting
- 5 aside Football
- Car wash
- Dip in the Sea
- Hook a duck
- Cake stalls
- Live music
- Real life characters from your favourite films
- Roller Balls
- Loads of give aways……….
Here are some of the pics from what can only be described as a fantastic weekend!!!
HALLOWEEN IN BLYTH - SUNDAY 28th OCTOBER 2012
Halloween in Blyth will never be the same again, Blyth Town Council’s Halloween Fright Night 2 was even scarier!!!!
Sunday the 28th of October saw Blyth Town Centre turn into a terrifyingly fun experience for the whole family. Blyth Town Council were proud once again, to invite people from all over the North East to Blyth for a fangtastic time.
From 2pm until 8pm the town’s market place was transformed into Halloween Town with theatre and local craft groups hosting Halloween mask making and deadly Halloween make up workshops. There were fancy dress competitions for young and old, traditional apple bobbing, face painting and community market stalls.