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Slow your speed! Local housebuilder partners with Hebburn school to design posters for Road Safety Week
16 November 2021: Local housebuilder, Barratt Developments North East, is teaming up with primary school students in Hebburn to help raise awareness of road safety.  As part of Road Safety Week (15-21 November), the five star housebuilder invited year four students from Hebburn Lakes Primary School to design road posters...
Covid-Safe Remembrance Sunday Parade In Newcastle
Crowds are expected to line the streets of Newcastle as the Remembrance Sunday parade and service returns to the city after year’s events were moved online due to the pandemic. While residents are encouraged to continue to follow hands, face and space guidance to reduce the risk of COVID spreading...
The People's Kitchen Fully Operational Post-Covid
 A vital part of Newcastle’s social infrastructure is fully operational again following COVID with its facilities and services bigger and better than ever.  The People’s Kitchen supports hundreds of “friends” across the city every day. Volunteers have supported vulnerable people in Newcastle for more than 35 years serving up to...
Pumpkin-Flavoured Treat And Cocktails This Halloween!
NEWCASTLE’S most stylish venue is entering into the spirit of Halloween with pumpkin flavoured teatime treats and a specially created cocktail. On Sunday 31 October Leila Lily’s, at Grey Street, will serve up a specially created Afternoon Tea – for one day only. The venue – owned by Malhotra Group plc...
North East Charity Supporting Young Job-seekers Across Newcastle
A Newcastle charity celebrating its 30th anniversary is growing the help available to young jobseekers in the city thanks to a grant from Newcastle Building Society. Streetwise offers free confidential information, advice and support to young people in the city aged between 11 and 25 years old, through regular drop-in...
"I Can't To I Can" - New Resource Intended To Instil Positivity In Children
Children struggling with mental health problems during the pandemic are facing "agonisingly" long waits for treatment, a BBC investigation has found. Data from half of England's services found one in five seen in the past year waited over 12 weeks for care. Half of all mental health conditions...
Family-Friendly Interactive Exhibition Comes To Newcastle Cathedral
Following its successful launch in Northumberland, a family-friendly interactive exhibition based on the North East’s experience of coronavirus is heading to St Nicholas’ Cathedral in Newcastle. Created by students at Duke’s Secondary School in Ashington (Part of Northumberland Church of England Academy Trust), the ‘Pan@NCEA’ project combines elements of the...
South Tyneside School Receives International School Award!
 A primary school in South Shields has been officially recognised for its commitment to excellence in teaching international awareness and understanding. Awarded by the British Council, SS Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School received the International School Award for embedding internationally themed activities across their curriculum, providing pupils with a...
Newcastle's Andrew Cushin Joins Hardwick Festival Line Up
One of the UK’s most talked-about up-and-coming artists will be joining a stellar lineup at Hardwick Festival this weekend (Aug 21 and 22). Newcastle-born singer-songwriter Andrew Cushin has been added to the list of big-name performers who will play on the first day of the event, held in the grounds...
North Tyneside Businesses To Celebrate World Photography Day On August 19th
North Tyneside businesses are being encouraged to let their customers know that their shutters are up and that they are fully open for business by giving maximum exposure to World Photography Day. World Photography Day is held on Thursday, August 19th and celebrates everything connected with the art of photography...

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