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Tyne Valley Express

Charity Page

Tyne Valley Express have supported numerous charities over the years with free ads, articles and special features – all of which help to promote our local community values. Here are just a few of the great causes we’ve been involved with over the past decade: 

Feeding Families

Feeding Families was founded and is based in the North East of England, with 2 packing centres, one in Byers Green, Spennymoor and the other in Gateshead. The charity runs projects throughout the whole year and their 'Emergency Food Boxes' provide essential food that will support 2 people for 3 days.

Hexham Abbey

Hexham Abbey is one of the earliest seats of Christianity in England. Since its beginning, it has witnessed periods of immense turmoil and change, across the region and within the English Church itself. Many of these are reflected in the very fabric of the building we see today.

Men's Sheds

Men's Sheds provide community spaces for men to connect, converse and create. The activities are often similar to those of garden sheds, but for groups of men to enjoy together. They help reduce loneliness and isolation, but most importantly, they’re fun.


Northumberland Cancer Support Group

The Northumberland Cancer Support Group is a completely voluntary self-help organisation. They recognise that each person touched by cancer responds in their own unique way, and respect their right to choose what feels right for them.

Peer Talk

PeerTalk is a national charity that provides weekly volunteer facilitated peer support groups for people living with depression, anxiety and related distress. PeerTalk offers a forum for sharing and listening, providing encouragement and more importantly, hope to attendees.


Path Head Water Mill

Path Head Mill is an 18th-century water mill situated in Summerhill, Blaydon, Tyne and Wear, England where the Vale Mill Trust has been restoring the site to include a water mill, a joiner's water power workshop and visitor's centre since 1994/95


Tynedale Hospice

Tynedale Hospice at Home was founded in 1993 and today provides three vital front line services; nursing care, hospital transport and pre and post bereavement support to children, adults and families in the communities of Tynedale, Ponteland and West Northumberland.

Want to be involved?

If you have an event which is community centred and non-profit making, we will advertise it at cost price. Ask for details!