Northumberland Gazette

Two-year-old Bertie will fly to America for brain tumour treatment

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Spark! in Alnwick. Picture by Steve Miller

PICTURE GALLERY: A dazzling performance of light and drums

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Heath Hunter switches on the Alnwick Christmas Lights with the Duchess of Northumberland and Gordon Castle, chairman of the lights committee.

Santa arrives in burst of light and song

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Santa Claus is all set for a series of special visits

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Scathing report on HMP Northumberland highlights drugs and violence

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Sheriff rules that rally deaths could have been avoided

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See Gruffalo sculptures in the deep, dark wood at Kielder

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Santa starts his training early for the 2018 Active Northumberland Kielder Marathon Weekend, with event director Steve Cram.

Claus and Cram team up to launch Kielder Marathon 2018

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Santa starts his training early for the 2018 Active Northumberland Kielder Marathon Weekend, with event director Steve Cram.

Claus and Cram team up to launch Kielder Marathon 2018

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Harriers compete in final Grand Prix of the season at Brampton

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Injury forces Robert to hang up his boots

Football

Wooler, Harrow and Rothbury qualify for NNL cup semi-finals

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Ladies lose to Burnley in FA Cup

Football

New strips for Shilbottle school team

Football

Alnwick bounce back to their winning ways against West

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Penalty miss proves decisive as Embleton fail to close gap at top

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The internationally acclaimed Schubert Ensemble will be performing an enticing programme of chamber music at Alnwick Music Societys latest concert on Tuesday. More details below.

What’s on in north Northumberland - November 23 - November 30

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Poet puts new work on CD

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Rodney Bewes in his heyday

Likely Lad Rodney Bewes is fondly remembered in Alnwick

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Left to right: Maisie Luke, Valerie West, Edith Howliston, Pat Calvert, Pam Brown, in the background left Mabel Forsyth International Officer, right Judith Frisch President of Inner Wheel Club of Amble and Warkworth. The ladies in the front all knit squares and Edith Howliston stitches them together to make blankets which are sent to Uganda. Edith has recently completed over 100 blankets.

Ladies knit colourful blankets for Uganda

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