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Saturday, May 28, 2022

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Mousetrap is the most popular children’s game right now, with someone searching for this game more than once every minute in the UK! That’s according to exclusive data from educational resources supplier Hope Education on the 20 most ‘Googled’ children’s games in the run-up to Christmas. In addition, the average...
‘Stephanie Aird’s Christmas Extravaganza’- New Festive Radio Show
Internet sensation and North East comedian Stephanie Aird is set to star in her own radio show this Christmas! ‘Stephanie Aird’s Christmas Extravaganza’ features two hours of festive tunes alongside Steph’s warmth and humour for the whole family this Christmas time. It is the perfect listen whatever you’re doing this...
Epic adventure hits the big screen in the North in 2022
The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is back for 2022, bringing the latest action and adventure films to venues around the UK and Ireland. Starring intrepid characters, extreme expeditions and stunning cinematography, the tour features two new collections of inspirational films from the wildest corners of the planet. ...
New Craft Beer Micropub “Mosaic Tap” Now Open in Newcastle!
Newcastle’s Craft Beer Offering Just Got Bigger – joining Beer Street and The Delta Lounge to create a great trio of micropubs behind Central Station. Isaac Vernon is Newcastle born-&-bred, a former student of St Thomas More & Queen Alexandra Sixth Form college in North Shields. ...
The People’s Kitchen – ‘Feed A Friend For A Fiver’
After what has been a tough 18 months for us all, this winter we are looking to supply a warm meal and some festive joy to those in real need with our 2021 Christmas ‘Feed a Friend for a Fiver’ campaign. At The People's Kitchen, demand has risen astronomically since...
The Curious Evolution Of Father Christmas
Natural selection? The curious evolution of Father Christmas Today, Father Christmas is probably the most popular symbol of the festive season in the UK, but how did this jolly, gift-bearing, elderly man evolve? Take a trip into Christmases past with former primary school teacher Laura Steele of education resource experts PlanBee to...
Live Music, Festive Entertainment And More At Winter Wonderland This Weekend
GROUPS HEADING to a popular winter pop-up this weekend can enjoy live music, festive food and drink and a special visit from some VIP guests. Winter Wonderland, at South Shields’ Ocean Beach Pleasure Park, has been entertaining guests with a real ice rink, fairground rides and more since it opened...
Newcastle Falcons team to face Worcester Warriors
Newcastle Falcons have named a power-packed line-up for Friday’s EPCR Challenge Cup opener at home to Worcester Warriors. The 8pm kick-off at Kingston Park Stadium sees the Falcons going with the same back line which started last weekend’s Gallagher Premiership trip to London Irish, director of rugby Dean Richards making...
Launch of Ad Gefrin puts North Northumberland on the Map
The Autumn 2022 opening of world-class cultural visitor experience Ad Gefrin will champion Northumberland’s Anglo Saxon ‘Golden Age’, alongside the county’s first whisky distillery. A celebration and showcase of the unique heritage, ancient hospitality and contemporary crafts, arts and produce of Northumberland, Ad Gefrin is both a fully-immersive Anglo Saxon...
Flip the switch on screen time: how xmas movies can be educational
How to flip the switch on screen time Don’t feel bad about your children spending hours watching their favourite films over the Christmas holidays. Former primary school teacher Becky Cranham of education resource experts PlanBee shows how canny parents can make it an educational experience. Many parents fret about the amount...

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