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Tuesday, 21 April 2015

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News at a glance

Tynedale: Painting is just the ticket for Macmillan group raffle

hxronnie A BRIGHT and bold painting is bringing colour to fund-raising efforts in Tynedale.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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More houses proposed for Ovingham

MORE houses could be built on a controversial site at Ovingham.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Wark: Bridge to close for BT cable work

WARK Bridge will once again close to traffic in the coming weeks – but this time for just five days.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Wall: Christmas morning death was accidental

hxjosomer A CORONER has ruled that a Tynedale businesswoman fell to her death while walking her dogs in the early hours of Christmas morning after enjoying a festive meal with family and friends.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Tynedale: GPs pilot new approach to treating fractures

hxbone TYNEDALE GPs have piloted a new approach to bone fractures that could save the NHS millions.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Kielder: Day of celebrations ends in pub assault

A KIELDER man’s celebrations at becoming a father and husband on the same day ended violently when he wounded a wedding guest with a glass.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Greenhead village notes

THE first event of the South Tyne Sustainability season of films and meetings exploring architecture, homes and community takes place this evening in the very sustainable village hall in Bardon Mill, with a film about eco-architecture, Garbage Warrior – not an exhortation to pick up litter, but the epic story of a radical eco-architect, Michael Reynolds and his bid to build homes using unconventional waste materials.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Haltwhis tle village notes

AN EASTER afternoon tea will be held on Friday, March 27 at St Wilfrid’s Church from 1pm until 4pm in aid of Haltwhistle Chamber of Trade’s Christmas lights.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Upper North Tyne village notes

ADVANCE notice: First Thursday Films will now be screening The One Hundred Year Old Man who Climbed out of a Window and Disappeared at 7.30pm on Thursday, April 30 in Tarset village hall.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Slaley village notes

TONIGHT’S film is Chef, a gentle comedy with food (and a bad-tempered Dustin Hoffman).

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Riding Mill village notes

THE drama club’s set designers are already hard at work transforming the parish hall into Suite 719 at New York’s Plaza Hotel.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Redesdale village notes

IF you can spare an hour or two tomorrow morning, (Saturday, March 21), to help with the village tidy-up in Otterburn, please go along to Otterburn Memorial hall at 10am. If you have a pick-up stick and gloves please take them with you but some equipment will be provided by the organisers.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Brian will cast his expert eye over parade of champions

BRIAN Rogerson is well known in farming circles as chairman of Hexham Auction Mart, but he’ll be applying his keen eye for quality livestock at this year’s Northumberland County Show.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Haltwhistle: Centre of Britain campaign re-ignited

hxcheggers CIVIC leaders in Haltwhistle are hoping to breathe new life into the town’s ‘Centre of Britain’ claim – two decades after its official launch by local hotelier David Taylor.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Haltwhistle: Tourist centre to open all year

HALTWHISTLE’S tourist information centre is set to remain open all year round to meet growing demand for its services.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Stocksfield village notes

TONIGHT, in the community centre, there is a fund-raising Ceilidh in aid of the British Retinitis Pigmentosa Society, starting at 7pm.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Prudhoe: Housing proposal faces objections

PROPOSALS to fill one of Prudhoe’s vacant industrial sites with a new housing development have been met with opposition from both residents and the town council.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Ovingham village notes

OVINGHAM Reading Room Film Club is showing the film The Hundred Foot Journey starring Helen Mirren on Friday, March 27.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Greenhead sets out its stall for quality

hxgreenjammy ONE stallholder hasn’t returned because, after winning a contract with Harrods, he simply didn’t have time to supply anywhere else.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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Ponteland village notes

PLEASE support the coffee morning tomorrow in the Methodist Church organised by the Boys’ Brigade and the Girls’ Brigade.

Last updated 23 March 2015
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