Staying Alive, a summer youth event organised the United Reformed Church Northern Synod and the Church of England Diocese of Newcastle, 6-9 August 2020 at Seahouses Hostel
What is Staying Alive 2020?
An opportunity for young people in school years 7-13 across the North East to spend four days and three nights together, making friends, exploring faith, having fun, taking part in worship and community projects and chilling out! Staying Alive is a partnership between URC Northern Synod & the Diocese of Newcastle.
What sort of things are planned?
The programme will include;
- Workshops on a variety of subjects
- Community Projects
- Guest speakers
- Group times
- Coffee bar
- Team competitions
What do we get for our money?
Supervised activities from 10.00am on Thursday to 12.30pm on Sunday, all meals (except lunch on Thursday – bring a packed one!) – from Thursday supper to Sunday lunch as well as any materials you collect as part of the weekend. Transport to and from the Community project on the Friday . But never fear – you can spend your money in the Coffee Bar.
Where will we be staying?
We will be staying at Seahouses Hostel. Delegates can either camp on the lawn or there are limited spaces in dormitories in the hostel. Camping is recommended! Both options have toilets, showers and bathrooms.
How much does it cost?
Early Bird rate (before 30th April): £60. Normal rate: £70 (after 30th April) (Reductions for 3 or more siblings – please contact us for details).
Where do I find out more?
Contact John Stephenson 07849 670210 www.facebook.com/Stayingalivenortheast
Note: Places are allocated on a first come first served basis
How do I apply?
You can apply online here