Northumberland County, England Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. South Shields steps up to the plate again to host food festivalsRead the original story

    Dec 14, 2016 | Shields Gazette

    A double helping will be served up to foodies as festivals make plans to set up their stalls next year. Two events have been confirmed for bank holidays, with the same team behind the celebrations to be hosted in South Shields.

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  2. New bakers and pork shop in townRead the original story

    Dec 14, 2016 | News Post Leader

    The new Andersons Quality Bakers & Pork Shop outlet in Newbiggin will open on Saturday. Pictured above is the shop on Woodhorn Road in Ashington.

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  3. Founder of successful electronics company takes charge of Hebburn firmRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    The founder of a successful electronics company that emerged from the collapse of its new owners has been appointed to lead another firm in the region. Malcolm Humble was the founder of Cramlington firm Opsol , which was bought by Ashington's A-Belco group in 2014 and recently sold by administrators when A-Belco collapsed under high levels of debt.

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  4. Restaurateur brings Victorian splendour to Newcastle's QuaysideRead the original story

    Dec 14, 2016 | News Guardian

    A leading restauranter whose latest establishment in Whitley Bay has proved a hit has opened a flagship eatery on Newcastle Quayside. Andy Hook, owner of Hinnies Restaurant in Whitley Bay and Blackfriars Restaurant in Newcastle, has teamed up with head chef Troy Terrington to open Dobson and Parnell at 21 Queen Street, specialising in refined British and European cuisine.

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  5. A Winter Quest is on the menu for families at Woodhorn this ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    A magical trail awaits as everyone is encouraged to fight against the Frost of Forgetfulness and save the Museum's stories Winter Quest: The Frost of Forgetfulness promises a magical experience for the whole family - offering a trail of tasks and clues to undertake as you make your way around the museum. The basic premise is that a mystical frost is creeping across the museum, muddling the memories and stories it tells.

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  6. North East Chilli Festival to return bigger and better for 2017 in new locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    The popular North East Chilli Fest will take place over three days in summer 2017 at its new 27 acre event site in Seaton Sluice Foodies will be able to put their taste buds to the test for longer as the popular North East Chilli Fest expands for 2017. Set to return next summer the festival's organisers have confirmed it will be bigger, longer and take place in a new spectacular location at Seaton Sluice .

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  7. B&M bargain stores have Christmas jumpers for you and your poochesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    If you're looking for a Christmas jumper to wear, we've rounded some of the best festive woolies at B&M stores across the North East You can get the whole family into the Christmas spirit by donning your favourite Christmas jumpers - and that includes the pooches too! Whether you choose to go silly or stylish there are plenty of fun, festive jumpers on sale across the high street stores and even local football clubs on getting board by launching their own collection of festive knitwear.

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  8. Onion club supports hospiceRead the original story

    Dec 13, 2016 | Northumberland Today

    Kind-hearted members of The Coach Inn Onion Club, Lesbury, presented a belated 21st birthday and early Christmas present to HospiceCare North Northumberland, at an informal get-together. Jane Stratton, who received the 300 cheque on behalf of HospiceCare, said that the generous gift would help its Hospice at Home service, providing one full night and part of the next day of home care to a local person.

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  9. Husband-to-be suffers chronic headaches so severe he punches himself in the headRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | Mirror.co.uk

    Husband-to-be Nathan Jack has spoken about his battle with a chronic condition so painful it has left him unable to work, drive and even forced him to put his wedding on hold. The 29-year-old, from Newcastle, described how his life has been turned into a living hell by 'cluster headaches', which can leave him in unbearable pain for anything from 15 minutes to three hours.

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  10. Husband-to-be suffers from 'cluster headaches' so severe he punches himself in the headRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    Nathan Jacks has been left virtually housebound by the little known neurological condition and has put his wedding on hold Husband-to-be Nathan Jack has spoken about his battle with a chronic condition so painful it has left him unable to work, drive and even forced him to put his wedding on hold - even with an anonymous donation of 10,000. The 29-year-old, from Gosforth, Newcastle , described how his life has been turned into a living hell by 'cluster headaches', which can leave him in unbearable pain for anything from 15 minutes to three hours.

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  11. Tributes paid to Northumberland farmer John Goodfellow after he dies in accident on farmRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    Tributes have been paid to a well-known Northumberland farmer who played a major role in the life of his community. John Goodfellow died on December 1 at the age of 72 following an accident involving a digger on a farm at Bonas Hill, Northumberland.

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  12. Is Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch the next Hollywood star to film in the North East?Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch could be soon detecting the delights of Northumberland during filming of his new movie The Current War. Filming is set to take place in the region from January, around the same time as a shoot for the upcoming Downton Abbey film will reportedly get underway in Alnwick.

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  13. Watch the music video which aims to help Newcastle's People's Kitchen this winterRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    Punk bands have hit just the right note this Christmas in a vocal show of support for the city's homeless. In the season of goodwill, popular punk covers band Pretty Anarchists are releasing a new festive track in aid of charity.

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  14. Planning notices submitted to councilRead the original story

    Dec 12, 2016 | Northumberland Today

    Alnmouth: Edward Goodwin, Rock House and Rock House Lodge, Foxton Road, demolish link including garages and construction of new side extension to Rock House Lodge, demolition of Rock House and construction of new replacement 2.5-storey house, construction of new detached double garage with mezzanine gym; Mr & Mrs David Archibald, Highfield, 1 Foxton Drive, front entrance extension and total first-floor extension with new roof terrace over garage, pitched roof over sunroom, balcony and roof terrace to rear. Felton: Mr & Mrs D Robinson, Wildwood, 10 Burgham Park, single detached live/work unit on former tennis court with detached two-storey dwelling and separate office.

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  15. Call goes out for new volunteers at Silver Talk serviceRead the original story

    Dec 12, 2016 | Northumberland Today

    Silver Talk, run by housing provider Isos, needs more volunteer call-handlers to join its nine-strong team which keeps in regular, weekly contact with elderly tenants. Operating from Isos' offices in Burn Lane, Hexham, the free and confidential befriending service is available to tenants across Northumberland, who can apply to receive one or more calls per week.

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  16. Driving conviction quashed after appealRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2016 | Northumberland Today

    A man who was found guilty of driving without due care and attention after a Northumberland councillor was severely injured in a crash has had the conviction quashed, following a successful appeal. Alnwick town and county councillor Gordon Castle sustained multiple injuries after the incident on the B6341, at Humbleheugh, close to South Charlton, on August 22, 2014.

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  17. North-South divide is evident in National League OneRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2016 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    BLAYDON received yet another reminder of the growing North-South divide in rugby when they lost 51-12 at Rosslyn Park. The bottom five teams in National One are the most northerly clubs and Blaydon's only hope of survival is to overhaul this week's visitors, Mowden Park.

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  18. Disappointment for City Futsal's goalscorerRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2016 | Vital Football

    York City Futsal's Robbie Bettson couldn't prevent Wales from winning the inaugural Futsal Home Nations tournament after a 6-2 victory over England in Cardiff. Both sides approached the contest having registered comfortable victories against Scotland and Northern Ireland, with the English scoring an incredible twenty-five goals in the process.

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  19. Police close Northumberland road after accidentRead the original story

    Dec 4, 2016 | Northumberland Today

    A stretch of the A68 between Low Cowden, south of Bellingham, and Toftsburn Bridge, near Otterburn, is closed in both directions this evening.

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  20. Blyth Town Lions 2 York City Ladies Reserves 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2016 | Vital Football

    There was disappointment for York City Ladies Reserves in their top-four clash with a narrow 2-1 defeat at Blyth Town Lions. That extracted a degree of revenge for the home side beaten 4-2 at York earlier in the campaign following goals from Lindsay Jordan , Millie Templeman and Sophie Tinson.

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