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Alnwick, Camera Club

Alan Porrett, of Whitley Bay Photographic Society, was the judge for Alnwick and District Camera Club’s set of three print competition.

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Organise your container plants now to prepare for beautiful blooms. Picture by Tom Pattinson.

Deadlines abound for gardening decisions

Decisions are made at every turn in a gardening year. The most important of these have cut-off times, a point beyond which the opportunity is lost for another season or year.

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MEAL REVIEW: Scotts of Alnmouth, Northumberland Street, Alnmouth

Bracing – that’s the best description I can think of for a walk along the Northumberland coast on most days at this time of year.

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Smiling faces at annual dinner

Smiling faces at annual dinner

These happy and smiling faces are from 50 years ago.

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View of Craster. Picture by Jane Coltman

Craster WI, Meeting

We had a very sociable meeting at The Horseshoes Inn, Rennington on February 1. It was our annual dinner.

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Remember when from 25 years ago, Shrove Tide football match

Footballers do it for their parish

This picture, published last week, shows some muddy participants of the Shrovetide Football Match in February 1993.

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Felton

Felton, History Society

Felton and District History Society welcomed Tim Maxwell as its first speaker of 2018.

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Remember when from 25 years ago, coffee morning at Wooler

Remember when...25 years ago

This week’s picture from 25 years ago takes us to Wooler and a coffee morning, which was held in the village in February 1993.

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One of the signs on Holy Island encouraging people to check the tide times for the causeway.

Holy Island safe crossing times

From today (Thursday, February 15)

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Clockwise from top left, Durham Cathedral, Penshaw Monument, Tommy and the Angel of the North.

Poll: What is your favourite North-East landmark?

Thursday, February 15, marks 20 years since the Angel of the North first graced the region's horizon.
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GALLERY: Northumberland’s 10 most romantic restaurants

Northumberland is awash with intimate eateries serving up a sumptuous array of food and fine wines. But which is the county’s most romantic restaurant?

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Corby Craggs.

Alnwick, History Society

The society welcomed member Ian Hall, who spoke about Historical Oddities – Those Curious Places Around The County, illustrated with attractive photographs.

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Snowdrops. Picture by Tom Pattinson.

Join in the snowdrop celebration

How quickly these initial forays into our gardens get us back into the swing of things, planning activities and eager to discover what fellow enthusiasts are up to.

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Alnwick, Camera Club

Simon Williams, of Crest Photography, was the guest of Alnwick and District Camera Club, where he delivered a fascinating presentation about his life and work as a commercial photographer.

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MEAL REVIEW: The Badger, Ponteland

Not wishing to get too cryptic, but there was a time when pubs were pubs and that was it. Now there are still pubs, but there are also pubs that are not pubs in the old sense.

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David Hall, of Halls of Heddon, gave a presentation to Alnwick Garden Club. Picture by Tom Pattinson.

Brave the cold and step into the shrubbery

Tempting though it is to stay in the warmth of a living room and cosy armchair during daylight hours, we need occasionally to wrap up warmly and brave the elements.

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Belford. Jane Coltman

Northumberland, History Society

The North Northumberland Group of the Northumberland and Durham Family History Society met at Bell View, Belford, for a Members’ Stories session on Tiny Tots.

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Football from the 1890s

Football from the 1890s

The top picture here was sent in by reader John Bell and shows Berwick Rangers football club in 1896, in front of the pavilion at the Pier Fields, Berwick.

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Acklington Village Hall

Acklington WI, Meeting

Severe icy conditions in Acklington and Warkworth left a number of members unable to leave their homes safely so a decision was made to defer the meeting, which normally takes place on the second Tuesday of the month, by one week.

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Amble dacing class 1968/69

Great memories of dancing

Reader Susan Frizzel, nee Ryle, contacted us about this picture of dancers in Amble. She is pictured next to Diane Murray.

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