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Monday, 24 November 2014

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Ponteland village notes

YOU might like to round off half-term week with a visit today to Kirkley Hall for Hallowe’en. There will be a pumpkin competition, magic shows, story-telling, games and face painting.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Newbrough village notes

THE bowls club played host to teams from Wall last Wednesday evening. The home team managed to stay ahead throughout the evening and won by a good margin.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Humshaugh village notes

HAPPY fifth birthday to our shop tomorrow. What a journey it has had, and what a positive difference it has made to our village.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Haydon Bridge village notes

THE coffee morning at the community centre will commence at the usual time of 10am tomorrow. Everyone welcome.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Corbridge village notes

CORBRIDGE gets into the spirit of Hallowe’en tomorrow evening at 7.30pm, when a fancy dress competition for the regulars of the Golden Lion and Blue Bell will take place.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Acomb village notes

AS we are nearing Remembrance Day, at the coffee morning in Acomb Methodist church, tomorrow we will be remembering those who lived and died in the First World War with a small display of photographs and mementoes.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Allen Valley village notes

ALLENDALE Methodist church is hosting its monthly coffee morning tomorrow from 10am until 11.30am. There’s a cake and preserve stall and everyone is welcome.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Wylam village notes

TOMORROW, from 10am until noon, Wylam Housing Group is holding its Christmas fair in the Institute.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Stocksfield village notes

WE have made the pumpkin lanterns and have the sweets ready for Hallowe’en tonight. I love seeing all the children dressed up as witches and ghouls.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Slaley village notes

SOME bad news to start. Due to lack of use, the telephone box in the village is being considered as one of the 65 pay phones proposed for removal by BT.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Hexhamshire village notes

THERE are only a few tickets left for David Nixon’s comedy play Carry On Mining Ore which will be performed at Slaley Commemoration hall on Saturday, November 8.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Redesdale village notes

A SKY full of wonders is on offer at Elsdon this weekend as the first-ever Starmakers astronomy day is held tomorrow.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Ovingham village notes

OVINGHAM Drama Group presents the funny play Dirty Dusting by Ed Waugh and Trevor Wood on Wednesday, November 5, Thursday, November 6 and Friday, November 7 in the reading room at 7.30pm.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Ovington village notes

TOMORROW at Ovington Social Club, an adults only Hallowe’en party will be held from 7.30pm until 11.30pm.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Tynedale police launch crackdown on abusive pedlars

POLICE are cracking down on unscrupulous door-to-door pedlars following complaints about forceful and abusive sales tactics.

Last updated 4 November 2014
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Ovingham Bridge repair delays put traders’ survival at risk

Hxovclosure BUSINESSES in Low Prudhoe are fearing for their survival following news that Ovingham Bridge will be closed for over a year.

Last updated 4 November 2014
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The fish that got away...

Hxfishtank IT’S a tale that’s had Slaley residents hooked – just what happened to the three goldfish taken from a farm trough near the village and why was a water jug found next to the water?

Last updated 4 November 2014
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Eleventh hour bid to save Bardon Mill care home

A SOUTH Tyne community has launched a last-ditch effort to save a care home near Bardon Mill which is just two weeks away from closure.

Last updated 4 November 2014
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At last, Wark Bridge is open

AFTER five years and expenditure of more than £2m, Wark Bridge finally becomes fit for purpose again this afternoon.

Last updated 4 November 2014
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Haltwhistle to Alston line could re-open by 2022

hxLambley44ct STEAM trains could soon be thundering again over Lambley Viaduct under ambitious plans to re-open the line between Haltwhistle and Alston.

Last updated 4 November 2014
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