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Wednesday, 04 March 2015

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Harlow Hill: Poignant ceremony as regiment bows out

hxrowflags THE regimental flag of the Welsh Gunners has been lowered for the last time at Albemarle Barracks.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Featherstone: A winter warning

RURAL councillors have called on highways chiefs to provide more protection against winter weather.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Staff put on a gig for charity

STAFF at the Hexham branch of Virgin Money are fund-raising for Marie Curie Cancer care in honour of a 26-year-old who has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Hexham: Building a strong reputation

A FIRM which set up shop in Hexham 25 years ago next month has built a glittering reputation over the years.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Featherstone: Councillor fears community is dying due to lack of new blood

hxfeathers A SOUTH Tyne councillor fears rural communities such as Featherstone could be dying unless efforts are made to safeguard their future.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Nenthead: Mining project on track

hxrowan AN ambitious zinc mining project which could bring up to 500 jobs to the Allen Valleys is still very much alive.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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High Mickley: Olivia battles it out on BBC’s The Voice

hxvoice SINGING coach Julie Miles will be glued to the telly tomorrow night to watch one of her protégés battle it out on BBC show The Voice.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Whitley Chapel: Planners approve pig and poultry farm despite ‘shanty town’ concerns

WITH some misgivings, planners have granted formal consent for what was described as “a shanty town” near Whitley Chapel.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Close House course gets ready to enjoy some senior moments

hxCloseSeniors09ct TYNEDALE’S newest golf course will welcome some of the games elder statesmen this summer after it was selected as the venue for one of the European Senior Tour’s most prestigious tournaments.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Tynedale: Voyage of discovery for cyclists

THE official map for Northumberland’s newest mountain bike trail is now available, together with a brand new website.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Haydon Bridge notes

THE coffee morning at the community centre will commence at 10am on Saturday. Everyone welcome.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Acomb notes

THE yoga class continues to meet on Tuesday at 7pm at Acomb village hall.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Ponteland notes

FRIDAYS are busy at the United Reformed Church.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Chollerton notes

THERE will be a scarecrow weekend in Barrasford and Gunnerton on September 12 and 13.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Horsley notes

HORSLEY Garden Club will begin again on March 16, at 7.30pm.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Hotel inspires novel

AN author has returned to the historic Tynedale hotel which inspired her latest novel.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Haltwhistle notes

THE coffee morning in the Methodist hall tomorrow is for Headway.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Heddon notes

NEXT week will be a curriculum enhancement week to celebrate World Book Day.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Stocksfield notes

THE Fairtrade coffee morning is on Saturday , 10am to midday at the Quaker Meeting House, Branch End.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Upper North Tyne notes

IN the village hall, Tarset’s first Thursday film next week is The One Hundred Year Old Man who Climbed out of a Window and Disappeared.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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