HEXHAM General Hospital has agreed to reduce its car parking charges.
A WARM-HEARTED mother and daughter team have been busy with needle and thread to create their own unique tribute to the fallen.
TODDLERS in Stocksfield have been behind their own chariots of fire to raise money for the local fire service.
SINCE first pulling on the all black kit of the referee in 1988, Ponteland’s Gillian Armstrong has noticed a world of change in people’s attitudes towards her.
HEXHAM residents have answered the call to save a public telephone box threatened with the axe.
THEATREGOERS in Ovingham were spared the recent cold snap – which has caused top buttons to be fastened and scarves to be wrapped tighter – as the risque on-stage antics of Dirty Dusting were enough to get anyone hot under the collar.
Tynedale 21, Coventry 57 THIRD placed Coventry proved too powerful for a patched up Tynedale, who sparkled at time, but made too many mistakes to prevent the Midlanders winning their eighth game in a row.
LARGE crowds gathered in communities across Tynedale on Sunday to mark Remembance Day, 100 years after the outbreak of World War One.