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Wednesday, 30 July 2014

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Hexham: MP snubbed by trust on hospital parking

Parking A CALL by Hexham’s MP Guy Opperman for parking charges at Hexham Hospital to be dropped has been resoundingly snubbed.

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Ponteland: Cutbacks on trees

PONTELAND has cut back the number of memorial trees in the village’s park.

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Women’s institutes

FOLLOWING the business agenda and the National Women’s Institute AGM report by Rosemary Harrison, members were entertained by Tim Morris from the Northumberland Sausage Company of West Woodburn.

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Corbridge: Funding boost for youth club

A CORBRIDGE club has won a grant to secure its future in the community over the coming years.

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Corbridge: Leading the way in dementia care

CORBRIDGE is to become the standard bearer for the county in a scheme aimed at improving the lives of people with dementia.

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Stocksfield: Council’s tribute to retiring clerk

THE much-respected clerk of Broomley and Stocksfield Parish Council has retired after 15 years.

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Pupils veg out for Corsenside show

hxcorshow ORGANISERS of Corsenside Village Show are aiming higher than ever to ensure the event continues to appeal to local people.

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Wylam village notes

RON Guariento will be holding another of his fascinating courses on the American Songbook in October. This time he is concentrating on the lyrics.

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Wark: Inspirational Susi loses long battle with cancer

hxsusi AN inspirational woman from Wark who helped make eight people millionaires has lost her two decade battle against cancer.

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Prudhoe: Learning in the great outdoors

hxadderlaneoutdoors PRUDHOE schoolchildren are moving their classrooms into the great outdoors as a new facility is unveiled.

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Hadrian’s Wall: Ticket to ride delivers a prize

WHEN Ernie and Veronica James paid one of their regular visits to Hexham from their home on the south coast, they decided on the spur of the moment to take a ride on the 122 Hadrian’s Wall bus service.

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Tynedale: Pupils master the art of how to be a good citizen

hxcitizenshipaward SCHOOLCHILDREN from across Tynedale have been honoured for their public- spirited charity projects.

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Prudhoe: County says sorry to grieving families

MOURNERS in Prudhoe have received an apology after cemetery workers dumped earth from a freshly-dug grave on to surrounding plots.

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Heddon: Native breeds on show

A HEXHAM pony was one of the top entrants in the inaugural Native Pony Festival held near Heddon on the Wall.

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Tynedale: Top riders compete at trials

COMPETITORS from across Tynedale are under starter’s orders as this year’s Burgham Horse Trials gets under way today.

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Tynedale: Rural communities adapt to changing face of post offices

hxloveday AS Falstone postmaster Alan Ormesher calls it a day, Tynedale is in real danger of losing yet another post office.

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Ponteland village notes

THIS is the first week of the school holidays and Kirkley Hall has lots to offer.

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Slaley village notes

SLALEY First School had a busy couple of weeks in the run-up to the end of term.

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Hexhamshire village notes

THERE will be a Hexhamshire walk on Friday, August 1. Please meet at Whitley Chapel parish hall at 9.30am. New walkers are always welcome.

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Allen Valley village notes

MARGARET Stonehouse tells me that £2,000 raised by Allendale Lions at the May Fair has now been donated to the Wallace and Gromit Children’s Charity. On behalf of the fair committee, she would like to thank all involved for making it such a fun and successful event.

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