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Saturday, 18 April 2015

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Acomb village notes

ACOMB Methodist Church Choir continues its busy Easter time when it performs the Easter story in words and music at Stamfordham Methodist Church tonight (Friday, April 10), at 7.30pm.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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Haydon Bridge village notes

THE community centre coffee morning will start at the usual time of 10am tomorrow (Saturday, April 11). All welcome.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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Wark village notes

IT was a small and select band that gathered in the town hall last Thursday evening to hear Fred Wyrley-Birch talk about the historic items that people had brought in.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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Chollerton village notes

BARRASFORD Village Hall’s next project will be the repair of the supper room roof which has started to leak badly.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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Bardon Mill village notes

IT was good to see such a well-attended Easter service at All Hallows, Henshaw, and I gather that the Messy Church session the day before was very successful too.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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Newbrough village notes

WHEN last week’s notes went to print the playing field in Newbrough had not been touched. Since then there have been bits and pieces fitted and progress is now being made on what looks to be an exciting new play area.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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Redesdale village notes

THE promise auction held at the Rede, Tyne and Coquet Sports Centre on Good Friday raised an amazing £9,828.08 towards buying defibrillators for Otterburn First School, the sports centre and the under-12’s football team.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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Heddon village notes

POLICE are reminding residents to lock out burglars across Northumberland as Operation Soundwave continues.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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Bellingham notes

TRAINING for the MoonWalk in London next month certainly went with a bang for Lynda Saint and Ruth Chard on Saturday morning. THE Northumbria in Bloom judges were doing their rounds on Wednesday, and the village owes a debt of gratitude to all those volunteers I saw generally tidying up, litter picking and even shovelling up winter grit and muck from the side of the road.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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Ponteand village notes

PLEASE support the women’s institute coffee morning in the Memorial Hall lounge tomorrow (Saturday, April 11), from 10.30am until noon.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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Woman raped in Prudhoe

Police tape Police are working to reassure residents in Prudhoe after a woman was raped in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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Hexham blueprint ‘will have clout’

A BLUEPRINT for the future of Hexham is being prepared by Hexham Town Council.

Last updated 7 April 2015
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Wylam: Veteran in 65-race challenge

WHEN he reached the age of 65, Wylam’s Peter Graham, pictured left, decided that his passage into the world of pensions, bus passes and pipe and slippers should not go unmarked.

Last updated 7 April 2015
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Prudhoe homes in doubt

UNCERTAINTY and speculation surround the future of the Prudhoe development proposed by the Duke of Northumberland after “for sale” signs went up at the site.

Last updated 7 April 2015
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Hexham: Pioneering businessman had his roots in Hexham

hxjeffhunter ONE of Tynedale’s best-known businessmen, former nurseryman Jeff Hunter, has died at the age of 75 after a short illness.

Last updated 7 April 2015
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Hexham: Going green to support Heart of Gold

hxwaitrose SHOPPERS at Waitrose in Hexham are being given the chance to support our Heart of Gold campaign.

Last updated 7 April 2015
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Otterburn: Damaged bridge reopens for long weekend

WELL ahead of schedule, a road closed after a car hit a bridge is due to open before the Easter weekend.

Last updated 7 April 2015
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North Tyne: Fund for Stu raises £9,000 in a month

THE fund set up in the name of North Tyne rugby player and young farmer Stuart Ridley has topped the £9,000 mark in just a month.

Last updated 7 April 2015
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Heddon school’s cash crisis

LIFELINE funding introduced after decades of injustice to redress the balance for cash-strapped Tynedale schools has been effectively rescinded through severe cuts.

Last updated 7 April 2015
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Local businesses support school’s amphitheatre restoration project

hxAmpitheatre14ct A SCHOOL’S dilapidated amphitheatre has been brought back to life thanks to a special gesture from local businesses.

Last updated 7 April 2015
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