Aerial photo shows poppies

Weeping Window at Woodhorn. Pictures by
Weeping Window at Woodhorn. Pictures by

Aerial photography experts from Northumberland have captured the iconic Weeping Window poppies display on camera.

Airfotos, owned by Cramlington-based private aviation firm Naljets, took the opportunity to photograph the display, which is at Woodhorn Museum on the first stop of a national tour until November 1.

The firm is brewing up to host a coffee morning and business networking event to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer at its headquarters at Apex Business Village, near Cramlington.

The event is part of the Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, where the charity is encouraging people to hold their own coffee morning, whether at home, in the workplace or somewhere else in the community, on Friday, September 25.

Airfotos is planning a business networking event to give nearly 50 businesses at Apex Business Village as chance to meet each other and raise cash for a great cause.

Organiser Beth Winter, from Airfotos, said: “There are a lot of new businesses that have never met each other and we’d like to invite everyone along for tea, coffee and cakes and give them a chance to introduce themselves.

“We thought the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning was the ideal opportunity because we can bring people together under one roof to chat, eat cake and raise money for charity.

“We hope they will pop along to help us raise around £250 for a worthwhile cause.”