The Groups section is a place where Organisations and Projects can create their own group. Members can join a group to receive updates, find new an interesting activities or things relevant to their interests!


  • 7 members led by Bob Dennis
    This is a private group where individuals who may feel isolated by the impact on their lives this condition has, can talk freely and openly about their experiences. The group is led by Bob Dennis, who also has CFS.
  • 5 members led by martin gooding
    A blog/discussion about schizophrenia, it symptoms and the problems it causes, but also the wider perspective on life that it offers its suffers. We should ask the question what place madness has in a society that many think is mad.
  • 7 members led by Mart Lee
    Internet Matters is a not-for-profit organisation working with online safety experts to bring you all the information you need to keep your children safe online.
    http://www.internetm...  more
  • 2 members led by Mart Lee
    New project called Chain Reaction which aims to support people to make links in the community this is a volunteer red project.
    Also to access Chain Reaction they have a separate website:
  • 4 members led by Mart Lee
    A regional focus to address youth homelessness by providing a voice for young people and promote information and best practice in preventing and tackling homelessness Please see following website:
  • 4 members led by Mart Lee
    A Website for you to own when you spot a rough sleeper By letting street link know you Are helping a homeless person.
  • 2 members led by Mart Lee
    Meetings on 7.30pm at 3 Waverley Avenue, Monkseaton
    Please see link below:
  • 6 members led by Mart Lee
    This project promotes and Encourages An interest in Historical Heritage. The project will Enable the purchase A digital camera to Record photographs of Historical Buildings, Lecture Facilities will be improved with the purchase of a data pro.
    This Group ...  more
  • 2 members led by marc froggatt
    The Club was established in 1982 and is for retired or partially retired men to meet together once a week for a chat and coffee or tea (and biscuits!). Usually a guest speaker is invited to address the meeting and topics can cover a wide range of interest...  more
  • 3 members led by Mart Lee
    Bridge club That caters for all levels of Bridge including teaching sessions. for further details go to the website