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Thérapie Clinic Event

Treat yourself to a pamper session at Thérapie Clinic, Eldon Square. On May 24, they will be welcoming Mimi, their renowned Chinese consultant, into the clinic for all things skin and injectables.

Mimi is able to offer a more personal customer experience to those whose first language is Mandarin and is on-hand to assist in translation with Thérapie Clinic’s own clinic staff. Mimi is only in the clinic once a month, on a first come first served basis, so don’t miss out on the opportunity! Book your appointment today.

Thérapie Clinic will be offering the following services on the day, alongside any treatments booked:

  • Free Skin Consults
  • Free Laser Consults
  • Free Skin Scanner Consults
  • Mini treatments
  • Treatment demos
  • Complimentary juices

Date and Time:

May 24, 9am – 7pm

Location:

Blackett Bridge, Eldon Square, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 7XW

Click here to for more information on services and to book an appointment.

Feeling peckish? Discover delicious dishes at over 20 restaurants in Eldon Square, click here to explore.

Free Engraving with Tutti & Co.

From 24 – 25 May, enjoy complimentary engraving on your Tutti & Co purchase at John Lewis & Partners, Newcastle.

Treat yourself or a loved-one to an extra special jewellery piece from local contemporary brand, Tutti & Co. Personalise your jewellery with a free engraving in John Lewis & Partners, for a limited time only!

Date:

Friday 24th and Saturday 25th May

Cost: 

Free engraving available on all Tutti & Co jewellery purchases made in store on the 24 and 25 May until 4pm.

Location:

John Lewis & Partners Ground Floor, jewellery department. Eldon Square, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 7RR

Terms and conditions apply, see instore for more details.

Explore upcoming events at Eldon Square, here. 

One Great Day at Eldon Square

Join us for fun, games and crafts on Saturday 2 September, 11am – 5pm in support of Newcastle Hospital Charity and Great Ormond Street Hospital as part of our One Great Day event.

One Great Day is an opportunity to raise money for charity and have a great day doing it. 100% of the funds raised across the weekend will support Newcastle Hospital Charity and Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Eldon Square has supported One Great Day for three years, raising thousands of pounds for wonderful charities in the North East and Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Activities:

Get ready for a day full of fun with activities including:

  • Roll and Bowl Derby: How does the Roll and Bowl Derby work? Each player selects their favourite horse, takes their stand, and waits for the race to begin. At the starter’s order, you’ll roll and bowl your ball down the course, trying to pot your balls into the various holes to propel your horse forward. The more points you score by landing your ball in the holes, the faster your horse will gallop towards victory. Win a prize every time.
  • Racing Cars Simulator: Take on the competition on our racing car; it’s not all about winning, but taking part that counts! Win a prize every time.

All games are located in Chevy Chase (outside of John Lewis & Partners and Boots).

Crafts:

Get crafty with your little ones this summer by visiting the Newcastle Hospital Charity stand in St Andrew’s Way (outside of New Look) for a face painting makeover! Choose your favourite look from tigers, unicorns or rainbows; we will make your face sparkle. Or get crafty with our little monster colouring-in and try your luck with our step-up challenge.

Don’t forget to cheer the Newcastle Hospital Charity on as they cycle 75 miles on an exercise bike to celebrate 75 years of the NHS.

We also have our friends Batman and Elsa roaming the malls, so don’t forget to get a selfie when you see them.

We look forward to welcoming you for a day full of fun, laughter and cheer while raising money for two fantastic charities.

Charities we are supporting:

Great Ormond Street Hospital is an international centre of excellence in child healthcare. The charity helps the sickest children with complex health needs to fulfil their potential.

Newcastle Hospitals Charity supports innovative initiatives within the transplantation service, including funding a heart transplant simulator to train surgeons to perform life-saving heart transplants in accurate conditions.

Newcastle Hospital Charity is the official charity for Newcastle Hospitals. It proudly supports staff, patients and the wider community of the hospitals, and funds a range of initiatives – from cutting-edge cancer research to innovative medical equipment and ward refurbishments.

Occasionally events may need to be changed or cancelled without notice, but we’ll always try to keep you informed.

Big Story Hunt

 

 

To celebrate World Book Day 2023, we’ve teamed up with Read North East to hide terrific tales for 0 to 12 year olds all over the centre on Saturday 4 March. Find a book and it’s yours to take home or visit our stand located in St Andrew’s Way and swap it for one you love. After reading your book, don’t forget to pass it on to someone else to enjoy.

Books will be hidden throughout Eldon Square from 10am to 3pm, so make sure you keep a lookout on our social media channels for clues about where the books can be found. When you find a book, don’t forget to tag @EldonSqNCL and @ReadNorthEast in your post.

Don’t worry if you can’t find one of the hidden books; you can also visit the Read North East stand from 10am to 4pm located in St Andrew’s Way, where they have a limited supply of free books to give away. We suggest arriving early to avoid disappointment. *One book per child while stocks last.

Read North East is a campaign that focuses on raising children’s literacy levels in the North East. The campaign encourages parents to chat, play and read to their babies and children, strengthening the culture of reading across the region and engaging businesses to play an important role in addressing the literacy challenge.

Reading with your baby or child? Follow Read North East top tips:

  • Introduce your child to your local library as soon as possible. It’s free to join, welcoming and fun
  • Choose stories with lots of pictures for opportunities to interact
  • Find a quiet place to read and turn off the TV and mobile phone if you can
  • Don’t be afraid to share favourite books over and over again – this will help your child to learn new words and join in
  • Sing songs or nursery rhymes together
  • As your child gets older, choose longer chapter books to come back to each day. It will help to build their memory and understanding.

For more information on the Read North East campaign, including tips and activities for families to enjoy, visit www.facebook.com/readnortheast

Feeling peckish? Why not check out our child-friendly menus available before and after the event here.

Christmas Crafts in Association with Age UK

We’ve teamed up with local charities Age UK Gateshead, North Tyneside and Northumberland from 2 to 18 December 2022 to share our space and provide Christmas craft activities for all of the family.

Immerse yourself in the magic of Christmas by decorating Christmas cards, wooden baubles and your own reindeer food to make sure Santa stops at your house. Shoppers can also share a natter with the Age UK team and hear all about their wonderful volunteering opportunities and how to get involved.

Our community space will be open daily from 11am to 4pm in St Andrew’s Way opposite MONKI. Why not stop by for a day of shopping to participate in one of our craft activities, including colouring in one of our Christmas cards?  All decorated cards can then be posted in our postbox, which will then be donated to clients of Age UK Gateshead, Northumberland and North Tyneside.

Craft Activities:

Age UK North Tyneside

  • Friday 2 December: Share a cuppa and natter
  • Saturday 3 December: Decorate a Christmas Card
  • Sunday 4 December: Make your own Reindeer Food

Age UK Northumberland    

  • Friday 9 December: Share a cuppa and a natter
  • Saturday 10 December: Decorate a wooden bauble
  • Sunday 11 December: Decorate a wooden bauble

Age UK Gateshead

  • Friday 16 December: Share a cuppa and a natter
  • Saturday 17 December: Make your own Reindeer Food
  • Sunday 18 December: Make your own Reindeer Food

Would you like to volunteer for Age UK? Find out more about volunteering roles at your local Age UK here.