Heritage & Tourism

  • ‘End of an empire’ as Roland’s butchers closes for good

    28th January 2022

    Shoppers on Queen Street will be sad to see the closure of one of Amble’s oldest…

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  • The tiger who accidentally stayed for tea

    9th December 2021

    A lost tiger has been reunited with his family after unexpectedly extending his stay in Amble….

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  • Duncan Morton: Remembering a WW2 hero

    12th October 2021

    Duncan Edward Morton was 65 when he passed away in 1981. His life story is a…

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  • Social history group to disband

    3rd June 2021

    I would like if I may to use your magazine to tell you that Amble Social…

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  • Boutique hostel opens in Amble

    25th May 2021

    At last the wait is over. We’ve been watching the construction of Amble’s new waterfront building…

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  • Memories wanted for RBL centenary

    8th February 2021

    The Royal British Legion is celebrating it’s centenary on 15 May 1921, with a programme of…

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  • Church celebrates 150 years

    8th December 2020

    St Cuthbert’s Parish Church has been at the centre of the town for 150 years. This…

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  • New books by local authors

    3rd December 2020

    Matters of Life & Death (Philosophical fantasies for the real world). A collection of short stories…

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  • Trust Life: #123

    25th August 2020

    Welcome back to Trust Life, after an extended break. I’m sure I don’t need to say…

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  • WW2 veteran George Skipper dies age 98

    30th July 2020

    We were sorry to hear of the death of Chelsea Pensioner George Skipper, who died in…

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