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Urgent Need For Volunteers At The Food Charity 'FoodCycle'
  • Volunteers urgently needed to help FoodCycle feed people across Newcastle and in the Felling area of Gateshead • More than 68% of FoodCycle guests worry that they can't afford to live and rely on FoodCycle’s weekly meals • Since launching Cook and Collect in Newcastle, FoodCycle volunteers have saved nearly...
Upcoming Newcastle E-Scooter Trials
With Miles of Planned Cycle Lanes, Newcastle Will See Benefits of New E-scooter Trial Scheme with Measured Rollout - Steve Pyer, UK Country Manager, Spin (A subsidiary of Ford Motor Company) As part of the Department of Transport’s national e-scooter trials, Newcastle City Council is soon to decide upon which operator...
Young Communicator of the Year joins Newcastle’s McBryde & Co
Communications specialist Ruth Edmundson has joined Newcastle based PR and content consultancy McBryde & Co as a senior PR and content executive. She is the current Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) North East Young Communicator of the Year. The Sunderland native was appointed following a period of rapid growth...
Plans for a multi-million pound redevelopment in the heart of Newcastle’s West End, which will include new luxury apartments and a restaurant, have been submitted for approval. The move by developers Hadrian Property Investments will see the transformation of the former Northumbria Police station site on Westgate Road as ambitious...
The Government's shutdown of our economy has not stopped redevelopment plans progressing at Bigg Market. The team at NE1 has continued the restoration of the former George Rye and Sons building at 41–43 Groat Market, on the south-west side of the market square. The building work is nearing completion and...
A Rent to Buy housing scheme in Newcastle has proved to be a massive success after over 120 people registered their interest for just 21 new homes in Kenton in less than 24 hours. The scheme which gives first-time buyers and people returning to the housing market the opportunity to...
Food banks across the region are seeing a huge increase in demand due to job losses and delays in benefit or grant payments. The Trussell Trust reported that, in the last two weeks of March, their food banks saw a 81% increase in the need for emergency food parcels compared...
Residents in Newcastle are being urged to pay a simple but special tribute to our Armed Forces on the twelfth annual Armed Forces Day on Saturday 27 June 2020. Armed Forces Day is an opportunity for us to celebrate the work of our Armed Forces and to thank them for...
Remember, commemorate and celebrate VE Day 75 weekend on the ‘home front’ says The Council, while newspapers encourage citizens to pay tribute to the multicultural heroes. Either way, the message is to stay at home to support the NHS heroes who are working hard to keep us safe today, and...
A number of North Tyneside businesses have turned their creative hands and organisational skills to making uniform bags and comforting hearts for NHS staff & care homes all across the region After a discussion with North Tyneside Business Forum, Kim Suleman from Six Penny Memories and Christine Breen from Mendy’s...

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