On the 28th of November, The Bunker will be hosting a fundraising event at the Minister in Sunderland. It will be an excellent way to start the weekend going into December, entering the festive season with a range of entertainment – various performances from local artists, a range of activities suited for families, and even a special appearance from The Bunker’s very own talented Singing Club.
The Bunker is well-known for its work within local communities, providing workshops for a wide variety of people of all ages and abilities. Now, through funding from Community First, these workshops will be traveling across the waters to the citizens of Southwick.
Starting next week, from the 27th, The Bunker will be holding an open week which will allow for people of all ages to come in and try a range of activities. Similar to the Open Day last year in September, anyone with an interest in what The Bunker does will be free to see what goes on.
New supporters of the Arthritis Research UK Sunderland Group gave an amazing insight into the benefits of how music can help take the pain away for those suffering from arthritis, the biggest cause of pain and disability in the UK. Music and arthritis was the theme and topic discussed at the groups monthly meeting held on Monday 13th October at the TESCO Extra store Sunderland Community Room.
The Bunker would like to thank everyone for supporting us by voting during the Lloyds Community Fund Campaign! We’ll find out pretty soon as to whether or not we managed to get enough votes to win the sum of £3000, so fingers crossed! Regardless, it has been a fun couple of weeks and we look forward to many more.