Wedding artefacts offer slice of history
Pupils have eye for design
Mixed feelings on the impact of landslip
A right Royal honour for garden volunteers
RAF personnel get their hands dirty
Rare sighting of dolphins
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Due to an increased demand for its service, Bell View is looking for drivers who can spare one to two hours per week transporting older people.
Tiny cake cards which date back to as far as the early 20th century and offer an insight into family history have been found in the build-up to an exhibition of vintage wedding dresses and Christening gowns.
Pupils from a north Northumberland village school got in touch with their creative sides to design an advert for a mobile pottery painting studio.
Residents should be cautious when they buy on line following an investigation into a complicated car sales e-scam warns Northumberland County Council’s public protection service.
A coastal village is set to get a new and improved Post Office service as modernisation works are taking place.
Author Kate Tristram will be at Lindisfarne Priory on Holy Island next week to sign her book, The Story of Holy Island. It tells the story of the island and its people from its misty beginnings as part of the mainland in the stone age to the present day.
North Northumberland Golf League
North Northumberland Junior Golf League
Alnmouth, Alnwick, Belford, Dunstanburgh, Percy Wood, Seahouses, Warkworth and Wooler all feature.
An Alnwick golfer has received a limited-edition BOSS watch after scoring a hole-in-one during a recent competition at his club.
Amble Sea Angling Club
What a varied week, fishing and otherwise, writes Jon Tait.
A centennial memorial service for Northumbrian heroine Emily Wilding Davison was held at St Mary’s Church in Morpeth. It was part of the Emily Inspires! programme of events that paid tribute to the internationally famous suffragette who died after falling under the King’s horse at the Epsom Derby.
A work by a Northumbrian musician and composer will have its world premiere on the island where the Lindisfarne Gospels were painstakingly created 1,300 years ago as part of the celebrations for their return to the region.
A new play about Emily Wilding Davison comes to north Northumberland later this month as the spotlight turns to the women’s rights campaigner on the centenary of her death.
An Alnwick artist is set to measure his talents against the rest of the world in an international contest aimed at celebrating pencil art.
A new play is to be staged in Northumberland, written by one of its own.
A theatre company which lost out on vital funding last year is still forging ahead with productions, despite the future remaining uncertain.
A celebration of traditional music will be coming to north Northumberland later this month.
On behalf of the Christian Aid committee may I say a very big thank-you to all the churches in the Amble area for their loyal support during Christian Aid week.
The success of the recent Puffin Festival in Amble was due to the unstinting work carried out by the Amble Action Group Committee, Julia, Helen, Anna, Elaine and Kate, who gave up their time and effort to make this work for the community, I cannot thank them enough.
At the annual fund-raising dinner/dance of the Warkworth and Amble District Royal British Legion held on June 1, at the Sun Hotel, Warkworth, the evening raised the fantastic total of £655 for the Poppy Appeal.
I also see the eyesore at Middlemoor every time I walk down the street.
Beatrix Potter was not a sentimentalist, but a well-recognised scientist with a great deal of research into fungi. She had a paper read at the Royal Society which she personally could not attend because she was a woman.
The Planning Inspector’s rejection of an appeal to allow an unacceptable over-development of the Links site near Beadnell is vindication of the planning committee’s decision to ignore yet again the county planning department’s recommendations.
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Tuesday 18 June 2013
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