“Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet” by Jamie Ford is a historical fiction novel set in Seattle, Washington, during World War II.
On Sunday 11th December, Trixie Trishaw and two members of the team headed out on a cold and frosty morning to the very beautiful Ropner Park for the Friends of Ropner Park Festive Fair.
On Friday 9th December, Trixie Trishaw and the CWAStockton team again had the important duty of safely transporting Santa Claus to BELP.
On Tuesday 6th December, the Cycling Without Age Stockton on Tees Team attending two Young At Heart ULO CIC Dementia Activity Groups and Care Partner Support Groups.
On Monday 28th November, the group started early with a lunch at La Port Italian Restaurant in Billingham.
On Saturday 26th November, the team from Cycling Without Age Stockton on Tees attended the Winterfest event at South Park, Darlington.
On Monday 14th November, members of Hand In Hand Activities CIC came together at Grays Road Institute for an Everyday First Aid Awareness session delivered by St John’s Ambulance.
“ The Zookeeper’s Wife” by Diane Ackerman is a non-fiction book that tells the story of Jan and Antonina Zabinski, two Polish zookeepers who risked their lives during World War II to save the lives of hundreds of Jews.
On Wednesday 2nd November, Caroline from Team CWAStockton attended the Coop Cheque Presentation event help at the store in Ingleby Barwick’s The Rings.
On Saturday 29th October, Trixie returned to Summerhill Park in Hartlepool to support a fundraising event for NeoAngels.