Tyne Theatre and Opera House
The Tyne Theatre and Opera House is a true historic gem of Newcastle city centre. Originally opened in 1867, and rebuilt after a fire in 1985, the theatre is a Grade I listed building, with key elements of outstanding national importance including the lavish auditorium and wooden stage machinery.
The theatre operates as a charity and is an incredibly special venue. If you’d like to find out more about them or make a donation, you can do so here: https://tynetheatreandoperahouse.uk/support-us/
Ouseburn Farm is a charity and community farm based in Ouseburn Valley, right between Newcastle city centre, Byker and the Quayside. They first opened in 1976 when parents from Byker took over a plot of land on the site where the farm is now.
The farm is a registered charity and give 36,000 visitors a year the opportunity to learn about and care for nature through engagement with farm life. They are also a care farm and offer a placement programme for adults with learning disabilities, difficulties and ASD (autistic spectrum disorder). They help people to learn new skills and connect with nature, each other and their community through meaningful activities.
You can find out more about Ouseburn Farm and donate to them, here: https://www.ouseburnfarm.org.uk/donate