Youth and Leisure Activities

Youth Activities

The council are working in partnership with Children NE to provide a Youth Drop In at Astley Park Pavilion in Seaton Delaval on a Tuesday evening.

We are also funding youth outreach sessions in the Seaton Valley villages that are being delivered by Children NE with the support of the village community associations.

There are organisations, clubs and projects in Seaton Valley and the surrounding area that offer activities for young people.  We have put together a list with links to information and contact details.  Youth Activities in the Seaton Valley area.


The council provide funding to Northumberland County Council Sports Development Team to provide a range of fun activities for young people and adults in the Valley.

Through this partnership, there are regular weekly activities and FREE sports camps during the school holidays (except Christmas Holidays).

Young people

The Sports Development Team run regular activities in the Valley:

Tot Shots Football (age 3-6 years) – New Hartley Memorial Hall – Tuesday 4:00 – 4:45 pm

Multi Sports Club – Astley High School – Tuesday 5:15 – 6:15 pm

Multi Sports Club – Seghill Institute Community Centre – Wednesday 4:30 – 5:30 pm

Multi Sports Clubs are £2 Per session and suitable for ages 7-13 years.  The sessions run term time only.

Adults

Dancercise – Seaton Sluice Community Centre – Tuesday 12:15 – 1:00 pm

Young at Heart – Seaton Sluice Community Centre – Thursday 10:30 – 11:30 am

For information and how to book weekly activities contact:

seatonvalleysd@northumberland.gov.uk or phone:  07517 499394


Leisure Activities

There are a number of sports centres in the South East Northumberland area that are run by Places Leisure, that are part of Places for People.  These centres have a wide range of activities and classes available.

Full details about the leisure centres, timetables and activities are on the Places Leisure website.


Cycling in Seaton Valley

There are a number of cycling routes that pass through Seaton Valley including part of the National Cycling Network Route 1.

The paths are a mixture of shared cycling and pedestrian paths and bridleways and are suitable for most cyclists to enjoy.  As they are traffic-free they make an excellent and safe way to see some of the hidden parts of Seaton Valley.

Route details can be viewed below: