Action Station

About us

Action Station South Tyneside was founded in 1998 by the local residents, community groups and churches to support the most disadvantaged residents of South Tyneside. We primarily help individuals to address their social isolation and improve their quality of life. Our mission is:
To provide a place where individuals and groups can access services and opportunities which will enhance their life chances and wellbeing. In turn, this will lead to a general uplift in the quality of life in our community.

About us

Action Station South Tyneside was founded in 1998 by the local residents, community groups and churches to support the most disadvantaged residents of South Tyneside. We primarily help individuals to address their social isolation and improve their quality of life.

What we do?

Adult Learning

Rooms for Hire

Groups & Activities

Community Library

Job Club

Food Bank

Our Partners

Community Café

Volunteering

Christmas 2023

Christmas cheer filled the air on December 14, 2023, as Action Station hosted a heart-warming Christmas Event that welcomed the residents of South Tyneside. Attendees had the chance to connect with our dedicated team, enthusiastic volunteers, and valuable community partners.

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Timetable

For details, tap any session

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TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Upcoming Events

A Word from Our Partners

I currently use Action Station for outreach appointments for South Tyneside Adult Recovery Service. The Action Station is very accessible for clients living in the local area. The staff at Action Station are always very warm and welcoming and accommodating. I see clients on a 1-1 basis in one of the rooms there more...

Inspire South Tyneside have been partners of Action Station for many years. You always get a warm welcome from both staff and volunteers who are very willing to help if you have a query. The passion shown by the team for the sector and the unwavering support for volunteers and members of the community more...

I started in April 2022 as a volunteer overcoming anxiety disorder being agoraphobic. Everyone was warm and friendly and made me feel very welcome. I worked on reception with administration duties welcoming visitors to the centre and preparing rooms for room hire. I also help induct new volunteers and support Kym more...

Holding a weekly drop-in at Action Station has been a very positive experience for our staff, volunteers and visitors. We began January last year and have the library space on Mondays from 11 until 1 for our Places of Welcome+ - the '+'  bit being the extra stuff we offer, over and above a cup of tea: pastoral care, support with more...

Our Funders

Our Funders