Northumberland Gazette

Saving the planet, space and money

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Woodhill Hall at Otterburn. Picture by Neil Denham

Otterburn gem steals hearts to win award

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Phil Empson, director of banking and finance at Baldwins, Richard and Dee Slade, owners of Battlesteads Hotel & Restaurant, and David Slane, HSBC area director for business banking in the North East and Cumbria.

£1.25m boosts hotel’s green growth plans

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Rugby teams out to promote equality

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Leisure centre works are now able to continue

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The Lightning Seeds to headline free Northumberland festival

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Club rallies to help war memorial repair

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Virgin Trains staff deliver old uniforms to HMP Northumberland for the recycle scheme.

Prison recycling scheme to help homeless people

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The youth shelter which is by the riverside in Rothbury.'Picture by Jane Coltman

Councillors feel CCTV is solution to concerns over youth shelter

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Calcutta Cup visits Alnwick Rugby Club

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Alnwick leave it late for bonus point win over Dinnington

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Academy evolves into new Amble club

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Harrow narrow gap as leaders lose at home

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Another home defeat leaves Alnwick bottom of league table

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Alnwick enjoy success on the road with win at Huddersfield

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Harriers’ U13 girls continue to set pace in cross country league

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Golfers raise £2,220

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Critically acclaimed theatre trio Gonzo Moose bring their comedy The Thing That Came From Over There to Middleton Hall on Friiday, February 23. More details below.

What’s on in north Northumberland - February 22 - March 1

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The Lightning Seeds are coming to Blyth.

The Lightning Seeds to headline free Northumberland festival

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