More InformationNorth Durham Federation
The Federation occupies the northern half of County Durham, stretching up from Chester-le-Street to the River Tyne and includes two Guilds north of the Tyne. It was formed in 1953, and has six Guilds.
holds two meetings per month. The venue is the Parish Centre in the heart of the town and on the second and the third Monday they gather at 7.00pm. They have active craft and rambling groups and love day trips and eating out.
is on the southern outskirts of Gateshead. They meet at the Village Hall, on Long Bank, every third Tuesday at 7.30pm.
is the second Guild in Chester-le-Street and meets at Bethel Chapel, (Lower Hall) Low Chare on the second Tuesday of the month at 7pm. They have a very active craft group and book club.
High Heaton Guild
is situated North of the Tyne, in the city of Newcastle. Members meet on the last Tuesday of the month in St. George's United Reform Church in High Heaton at 7pm. They too have a craft group and love to visit theatres and art galleries together.
is a well established Guild with 62 members and they meet in Whickham Community Centre on the first Monday of the month at 7.30pm.
Wallsend Battle Hill Guild
has recently joined this Federation and they meet at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Berwick Drive, Wallsend on the third Monday of the month at 7.30pm.
Mrs Doreen Yeates Telephone : 0191 3886224
Federation Fun Quiz February 16th