Blogs

  • Ray King: Memories Of ”Little Old” Amble

    Ray King: Memories Of ”Little Old” Amble

    14th February 2011

    “Hello Raymond! Welcome back to little old Amble.” These were the words that greeted me when…

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  • Feb 2011: Fortunes and misfortunes

    Feb 2011: Fortunes and misfortunes

    4th February 2011

    In recent weeks the fortunes, or misfortunes, of the food factory have dominated the local headlines….

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  • Nasty little campaign

    Nasty little campaign

    2nd December 2010

    A couple of weeks ago the County Council’s magazine Northumberland News was attacked in an article…

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  • Poem: The brilliance of buses

    Poem: The brilliance of buses

    2nd December 2010

    I want to talk of Buses and the freedom that they bring Of all the fun…

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  • Bruce’s Business

    Bruce’s Business

    30th November 2010

    Bruce Durham shares his thoughts and expertise on life and work as a thirty year old…

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  • Ray King: A crossroads in my life

    Ray King: A crossroads in my life

    30th November 2010

    Another New Year is almost upon us as the roundabout continues and my long and eventful…

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  • Ray King and Bobby Robson memorabilia for sale

    Ray King and Bobby Robson memorabilia for sale

    4th November 2010

    This is an original and framed photo commemorating the FA’s tour of South Africa in 1956…

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  • Ray King: Port Vale’s sixtieth anniversary dinner

    Ray King: Port Vale’s sixtieth anniversary dinner

    22nd October 2010

    In everyone’s life there will be times when a little rain will fall. During my lifetime…

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  • Bruce’s Business: Baby first aid

    Bruce’s Business: Baby first aid

    21st October 2010

    Middle of the night feeds, milk being ‘redelivered’ on my lap, trying to figure out why…

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  • Snakes and wine tasting

    Snakes and wine tasting

    20th October 2010

    November 21st sees the Torchlight procession lighting up our lives again – some shops will be…

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