Alliance’s Christmas show helps three charities

Representatives from NHS Tynesight with Mayor Norma Redfearn and learners from the Adult Learning Disability drama group.
Representatives from NHS Tynesight with Mayor Norma Redfearn and learners from the Adult Learning Disability drama group.

A team of adult learners has presented money raised at its Christmas show to three charities.

Students and staff from the Adult Learning Alliance managed to collect more than £1,000 for Make Christmas Special, NHS Tynesight and Marie Curie.

Representatives from Marie Curie with Mayor Norma Redfearn and learners from the Adult Learning Disability drama group.

Representatives from Marie Curie with Mayor Norma Redfearn and learners from the Adult Learning Disability drama group.

Last week, representatives of the drama group presented cheques to NHS Tynesight and Marie Curie, with Mayor Norma Redfearn also in attendance and impressed with the group’s endeavours.

She said: “I was absolutely delighted to be a part of this presentation and would like to congratulate everyone involved in this fantastic effort.

“They have raised a lot of money for these excellent charities and everyone is very grateful for their hard work.”

The North Tyneside Council Adult Learning Alliance looks to provide the highest quality teaching available to adults in the borough.

For more information on the Adult Education programme, call (0191) 643 2288 or email curriculum.support@northtyneside.gov.uk