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  • The Great Longitude Prize

    The Great Longitude Prize

    17th June 2014

    On 21 June 1773 a clockmaker from Yorkshire scooped what was then the biggest scientific prize…

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  • Vintage shop delights customers

    Vintage shop delights customers

    13th June 2014

    “I’m a bit of a magpie” admits Tony Noble as we chat amongst the late morning…

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  • Crowds flock to Puffin Festival

    Crowds flock to Puffin Festival

    6th June 2014

    Amble’s second Puffin Festival drew huge crowds to the opening and closing events, while visitors and…

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  • Cheque for NECCR

    Cheque for NECCR

    22nd May 2014

    Mayor Craig Weir presented the the students at JCSC who had taken part in the John…

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  • Catering for County chief

    Catering for County chief

    22nd May 2014

    Sixth Form Students at James Calvert Spence College (JCSC) recently rose to the challenge of preparing…

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  • Children were a credit

    Children were a credit

    22nd May 2014

    ‘Inadequate’ might be the Ofsted word for St Cuthbert’s First School. It is certainly not the…

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  • Megan’s footballing skills recognised

    Megan’s footballing skills recognised

    22nd May 2014

    James Calvert Spence College Yr. 7 student Megan Farrell, from Widdrington attended a football camp at…

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  • Have your say on rural development funding.

    Have your say on rural development funding.

    22nd May 2014

    European Funding through the LEADER Programme is being made available to support rural development in Northumberland…

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  • Tribute to a football champion

    Tribute to a football champion

    19th May 2014

    It was with much sadness that we heard of the passing of Ronnie Falkous. He had…

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  • Have your say on Rural Development Funding

    Have your say on Rural Development Funding

    19th May 2014 Read More