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WI members take on Coach Inn challenge

When Joe and Louise Robson decided the food offering at their Coach Inn, Lesbury, needed extra flair, the idea of a menu challenge sprang to mind, and who better to involve than local Women’s Institutes and members of the public.

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Active Northumberland 'is not a going concern without help'.

Taxpayers asked for £2.6m to bail out Active Northumberland

A £2.6million black hole in the Active Northumberland accounts needs to be plugged to ensure it remains a going concern.

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Jet2 has launched two new summer destinations from Newcastle Airport. Harry Potter actor Stanislav Yevetski, centre.

Jet2 announces new summer routes from Newcastle Airport - find out where

Two brand new destinations have been announced for next summer from Newcastle Airport.
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Pictured are members of the Rotary Club and the Inner Wheel Club of Amble and Warkworth with the results of their labours: Left to right: Judith Frisch (Chairman, Inner Wheel Club), Mike Frisch, Paul Creighton, John Geggie (President of the Rotary Club) and Jenn Geggie.

Rotary’s polio campaign message is blossoming

The purple crocus is the symbol that Rotary International and the World Health Organisation has chosen to remind everyone of Rotary’s aim to eradicate polio from the world.

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Holy Island safe crossing times

From today (Thursday, April 26)

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Harvest and Dave Harris-Jones of Laverock Law Cottages with their Visit England sustainable tourism gold award.

Two holiday venues fly the flag for Northumberland

Two north Northumberland accommodation providers have achieved national recognition after being honoured at the prestigious VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2018.

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The Old Boat House head chef Darryl Duffy (left) and The Old Boat House Food Group founder Martin Charlton (right) with last year's Fishing News Award.

Amble restaurant fishes for votes in bid to win third annual title

The Old Boat House in Amble has appealed for your help in its bid to win a prestigious title for the third year in succession.

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MEAL REVIEW: Catch Seafood Ponteland

One of the best things about living so close to the coast is the availability of fresh fish and seafood – something which I love.

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Doxford Hall Hotel and Spa.

MEAL REVIEW: Doxford Hall Hotel and Spa, Chathill

Digging, digging, frantically digging – we would make our table reservation, one way or another!

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Spring flowers. Jane Coltman

Cheviot Valley, Flower Club

At the March meeting of the Cheviot Valleys Flower Club Julia Louden entertained with a demonstration entitled ‘Into Wonderland’

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View of daffodils at Bamburgh. Jane Coltman

Bamburgh WI, Meeting

In the absence of our President, Janet Wilkinson opened our April meeting and welcomed two visitors to our afternoon.

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The stone carving at the entrance to Craster.'Picture by Jane Coltman

Craster WI, Meeting

Members of Craster WI were happy to meet up again in the Memorial Hall for the April meeting, having missed their March meeting due to it being cancelled because of the Beast of the East.

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Holy Island

Holy Island safe crossing times

From today (Thursday, April 19)

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Trauma teddies were presented to Wooler police by the local knit and natter group which is an off shoot of Roddam WI.'We meet on a Tuesday in the Parish Room at St Mary's Church, Wooler.'From left to right: Anne Hume, Alfreda Hindmarsh, Sgt Will Munro, Jennifer Scott, Janet Laycock, Betty Ashworth, Doreen Smith and PC Curtis Richie.

Teddies handed over to police ready for duty

Trauma teddies were presented to Wooler police by the local knit and natter group, which is an off-shoot of Roddam WI.

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Lesbury WI, Meeting

The president welcomed everyone to the meeting and after apologies there was a break with tradition: the speaker. Tony Brown, practice manager at Alnwick Medical Group, took to the floor.

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Alnwick, Camera Club

An interesting evening at Alnwick and District Camera Club started with its annual Progress Award competition, judged by three experienced club members.

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Brizlee WI, Meeting

There were several apologies received from members on this cold wintery evening however, a warm welcome was extended to all from our president Barbara.

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Seahouses harbour

Seahouses, Probus Club

As the secretary, Fraser Suffield, was indisposed due to a medical appointment. The business part of the meeting was very brief. The chairman, Tony Willis, informed us that there had been no response to the publicity inviting new members to join and he was going to approach several people that he thought would be interested.

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The beautiful display of spring flowers at Bowburn Park beside Alnwick Castle.'Picture Jane Coltman

Alnwick, History Society

The March meeting of the Alnwick and District Local History Society received a talk from Chris Hunwick about the archives of the Duke of Northumberland at Alnwick Castle.

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