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Wednesday, October 27, 2021

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Newcastle Care Home Colleagues Raise Money For Macmillan With Bake-Off Competition
Colleagues at HC-One’s Kirkwood Court care home in Newcastle upon Tyne recently hosted a coffee morning bake-off competition, in order to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. With families not being able to visit due to coronavirus restrictions, wellbeing coordinators, Sarah Strawbridge and Lauren Proctor were not able to put...
fly with santa
Families in the north east will this week have the chance to enjoy an extra-special Christmas treat – a helicopter ride in the company of Santa Claus and his elves. Taking to the skies with Father Christmas and his merry little helpers will surely...
Musician on stage
  If you haven’t been to Tyne Bank Brewery yet let me paint you a picture… A wide-open space which is deceivingly warm with fairy lights draped across the ceiling. An oxymoronic, comfortable, factory-like environment. With an eclectic range of tables and chairs spread across the floor of which you share...
On Wednesday 10th July many city centre streets will be closed including Grey Street, Grainger Street and the Bigg Market. The reason they'll be closed is for professional cyclists to compete in a major hour-long race to start and finish at Grey's Monument. As cyclists bring Newcastle traffic to a...
paul carrick
British rock-soul singer Paul Carrack – famous for smash hits such as How Long, Over my Shoulder and The Living Years – will play Gateshead’s Sage on 27th January 2019. Paul – who has sung for acts like Mike + the Mechanics and Ace, and worked with Eric Clapton –...
Dog Owning Volunteers Stand In Friendship To Support Charity
A North East charity that works to combat loneliness for older dog lovers has turned to its volunteers and army of four-legged friends to come up with a way to raise much-needed funds, while providing a special gift to elderly people at the same time. Wag & Company is launching...
A New 'Right Tree in the Right Place' Study Welcomed By Northumberland National Park
  Northumberland National Park Authority is welcoming a new study which is urging that a ‘right tree in the right place’ approach is adopted in reforestation to help benefit people and the planet, reflecting the approach already supported and promoted by the Park. The study, conducted by Kew Gardens, looked...
Anarchy Brew Co. is providing a roof for the Jesmond Food Market this Saturday. The renowned souk of scran, which takes place twice a month on Armstrong Bridge, had been cancelled this Saturday, but that cancellation has now been cancelled. Which means the market is back on. Daisy Turnell divulged, "We read...
photo courtesy of Ian Atkinson from Flickr Creative Commons
It’s only just down the East Coast Main Line or A1. It may not boast large cities, bright lights or fantastic nightlife (though, let’s face it, you can get those at home), but if you’re looking for stunning countryside, great pubs, fantastic architecture and pretty towns with an old-fashioned...
P&G Spreads Some Christmas Cheer With A Surprise Festive Feast For The Elderly
One hundred older people affected by the Covid-19 pandemic are being treated to a surprise festive feast thanks to a business looking to spread a little Christmas cheer. Every year Procter & Gamble provides Christmas dinners for its employees, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic currently has hundreds of workers...

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