12 pictures from Bedlington in 2009

It was certainly all happening in Bedlington in 2009.

Friday, 18th June 2021, 11:59 am
A selection of pictures taken in Bedlington in 2009.
A selection of pictures taken in Bedlington in 2009.

Take a look at these pictures – hopefully they bring back some happy memories.

Pupils at Whitley Memorial First School in Bedlington running in a mini-marathon to help raise money for Mencap.
Year 9 and 10 students from St Benet Biscop High School at Bedlington who helped children from St Andrew's First School at Blyth to build their own willow sculpture at their school. Pictures are Hana Williamson, Jordan Lambert, Shane Gillon, Andy Horton, Mark Hall, Ethan Page, Mathew Sharp, Amy Young, Shane Aynsley, Rori Chrisp and Rebecca Wright.

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Friends of Gallagher Park at Bedlington meet on-site to discuss their new constitution. From left, back row: Joan Muter, Joe Henderson, Joan Douglass, Dave Armstrong, Coun Irene Harbottle, Andrew Simm and Coun Alan Stewart. Front row: Neighbourhood Sgt John Heaton, Chairman George Webster and Coun Colin Parker.
Mr Motivator at St Benet Biscop School in Bedlington broadcasting live on GMTV.
The school council at West End First School in Bedlington presented Chris Elder from the eco-charity Pro Cosara with a cheque for £294 to help save the Atlantic Forest in Paraguay after the school held a 'Green Week'.
Marathon runner Carl Gair from Chollerton Drive, Bedlington, during a training session near his home for an extreme running event for Mencap.
Northern League chairman Mike Amos (left) presenting Bedlington Terriers chairman David Holmes with a plaque to mark the Terriers passing 1,000 Northern League games.
The newly refurbished pool in Bedlington was reopened officially in 2009 by leader of Northumberland County Council, Jeff Reid (right), with Paul Stocks, George Todd and Arthur Pegg.
Nursery nurse Michelle Milburn with Ellie Macdonald and Aiden Appleby taking part in Red Nose events at St Bede's School in Bedlington which have raised £177.65.
St Benet Biscop School students Charlotte Battista (right) and Sophie Brown with the food they created in the grand final of the 'Kitchen Chemistry' competition held at Tynemet College.
CSOs Rob Thompson and Dave Johnston, and PC Steve Mcintosh, with their new mountain bikes at Bedlington Police Station.
Bedlington's St Bede's First School pupils learn to cook with Expo chef David Hall.