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Sunday, July 25, 2021

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A New Inspirational Initiative For Stargazers At Northumberland National Park
Northumberland National Park is working together with CLIF Bar to launch a new initiative that aims to inspire a new generation of stargazers following the launch of the first virtual Northumberland Dark Skies Festival. The Park was one of five National Parks in the UK to receive a grant...
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...
Northumberland National Park Authority Helping The Elderly To Get Creative Remotely
Northumberland National Park Authority has partnered with Gateshead Council’s Art Diamonds project to help people of retirement age get creative and connect with nature. Art Diamonds is a programme of creative activities and events for people of retirement age led by Gateshead Council’s Libraries Arts & Heritage Service. The project...
Contemporary Later-living Homes Now Available At Pegasus Jesmond Assembly
Ahead of the highly anticipated completion of 63 elegant and contemporary later living homes at Pegasus Jesmond Assembly in Newcastle, Pegasus (part of Lifestory) is inviting interested buyers to book an appointment to view the new apartments. Prices at Pegasus Jesmond Assembly, which offers independent living for people over 60,...
The Search To Find The North East's Artist Of The Year Is On!
Budding artists across Newcastle have the chance to shine and be crowned the region’s best, as today marks the launch of a search to find the North East’s next ‘Banksy’ or Tracey Emin. The awards, launched by leading build-to-rent developers Placefirst at its new Hetton-le-Hole development, offers artists of all...
Seven-year-old Wren Steer Raises £600 For Charity By Completing A Virtual Run
A seven-year-old girl with cerebral palsy has raised £600 for charity by completing a virtual run using equipment provided by a leading Sheffield-based postural support specialist. Wren Steer, from Newcastle upon Tyne, was diagnosed with cerebral palsy from a young age due to complications that came as a result of...
Virtual Christmas By Geordie Panto Co
Following the government announcement that the North East will remain in Tier 3 over the festive period, Geordie Panto Co is determined to salvage Christmas the best way they know-how. With all live performances now prohibited, there is no opportunity to enjoy that very British tradition of a Christmas panto....
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A leading North East catholic education trust has organised a school-wide virtual choir, bringing together thousands of schoolchildren this Christmas. Singing the famous carol Angels We Have Heard On High, which was penned by Bishop Chadwick in 1862, around 2,000 children from 12 schools across Durham, South Tyneside and Sunderland...
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Following a month’s closure due to the November lockdown, TeamSport Indoor Karting has reopened its doors in Newcastle, on Scotswood Road. With thorough COVID-19 precautionary measures in place, the site is dedicated to keeping customers safe whilst enjoying some festive fun. Thanks to a new state-of-the-art, Ozone sanitisation equipment installed...
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The Top Dog Film Festival tour is bringing a brand-new collection of uplifting dog-themed films to the UK this December and January, in its first-ever virtual edition. The Top Dog Film Festival features a selection of short films that celebrate the unbreakable bond between dogs and humans. From hard-working sheepdogs...

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