Monthly Archives: April 2016
There has been much excitement amongst the team at the Resource Centre on the arrival of our brand new brochures! Following on from a photoshoot by North East esteemed photographer, Dave Charnley, the Resource Centre now has brochures showcasing our training facilities, events and functions and conference and meeting rooms. There is also a rate card displaying our room hire rates and everything available at the Resource Centre. Copies are available from our reception or alternatively you can view the brochure here.
A Welfare Advice event organised by the Halo Project and held at the Resource Centre was thoroughly enjoyed by both the local community and other advice organisations from Teesside. The community event which included, face painting, arts and crafts and many other children’s activities provided the perfect mix of fun with practical Welfare Advice.
Representatives from the Stockton Welfare Advice Network and Know Your Money attended the event and women and children from the local community benefited from both the advice they received and the opportunity to get together and enjoy the activities.
The events, which are held every quarter, are based around a different topic each time and staff at the Resource Centre hopes to welcome the Project again in the future.
Angie Kelly, Assistant Facilities Manager at the Resource Centre welcomed the Project ‘We really enjoy holding all types of events and functions. The Ford Hall is the perfect size to hold large groups and with direct access to our gardens and patio area and use of our kitchen facilities it’s a great choice for private hire and community events like those held by the Halo Project.’
The Halo Project support men and women seeking advice and support around Forced Marriages, Honour Based Violence and Female Genital Mutilation. To find out more about the support they offer visit www.haloproject.org.uk.