All the walks and tours forming part of this year’s festival are booking up fast! If you are interested, contact the relevant organiser as soon as possible, or you may be too late. Numbers on each walk have to be limited, to stay within COVID guidelines.
Jesmond Community Orchard have confirmed that their popular annual Plant Stall will be in position outside The Boiler House in Acorn Road between 10:30 am and 2:30 pm on Saturday 8 May.
The Headteacher of West Jesmond Primary School, Mr Matthew Ward, features in the latest addition to the Festival programme, with three online storytelling sessions on the first three Saturdays in May.
JesmondLocal hosts a Question-Time style online event with local election candidates for North and South Jesmond, covering a wide range of topics of local interest and including an opportunity for you to submit your own questions to the candidates. With 10 candidates in total standing in the two Wards, there will be a variety of views and opinions to take into consideration before casting your vote. To get your free ticket, register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/jesmond-local-election-hustings-2021-online-tickets-152269302583 .
All five of John North’s Reid Park Road walks are now fully booked, so he has arranged for a fellow City Guide, Christine Dinsdale, to lead another walk on the same route, on the afternoon of 28 May. For information about any of the Reid Park Road walks email email@example.com .
Craig from Jesmond Pool and Gym announces details of “Craig’s Fitness Challenge”.
Every day during this year’s Jesmond Community Festival you will find on Jesmond Pool’s Facebook page a new routine posted by Craig. Can you complete them all?
Says Craig: “For Jesmond festival this year I’ll be setting a challenge for all of May. All it consists of is “One minute a day, every day in May”, and will be posted on the pool’s Facebook page, getting harder every week.”
See https://www.facebook.com/JesmondCommunityLeisure for more information.