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Kennedy And Rhind Launches To Huge Success
A NORTH EAST artisan bakery is celebrating a huge demand for its products, just six weeks after opening its doors. Chefs David Kennedy and Murray Rhind joined forces with the Northumberland Pub Co to launch Kennedy and Rhind in August – supplying a wide range of bread, pies and pastries...
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...
Newcastle Restaurant Handpicked To Star In Nationwide Campaign Supporting Smaller Businesses
Local restaurant, Gosforth Palace, has taken over Coca-Cola billboards across Newcastle as part of the brand’s “Open Like Never Before” campaign Gosforth Palace has received free advertising space and bespoke marketing materials as part of campaign to help businesses get back on their feet New research reveals 42%...
Unique Design Wins International Award For Tyneside Bar
THE STYLISH interiors created for a Newcastle bar has taken a top honour at a prestigious international awards ceremony. The unique wallpaper and look of Leila Lily’s at Grey Street beat of competition from around the world at the FESPA awards, which celebrate print excellence across the globe. It was the...
The Top % Shipping Container Shopping Villages In The UK
Although from the outside looking in they can look like an empty shell, shipping containers are being transformed into some of the most charismatic and thriving hotspots by independent traders across the UK. Business owners are getting their hands on storage containers for an absolute steal of just £1,100*, and...
Forum Means Business as Net Walking Event Helps Charity
Businesses and volunteers socially distanced themselves and “net walked” along the North Tyneside coastline to raise much-needed funds for a nautical charity. Members of the Northumbria Unit of the Maritime Volunteer Service (MVS) took part in their annual sponsored “Pier to Pier” walk which this year went from St Mary’s...
National Park To Help Every School Child In Northumberland Connect with Nature
Northumberland National Park are launching a new education programme, highlighting the importance of nature in young people’s education, health and wellbeing. In order to kick off the programme the National Park are gifting every first school in Northumberland with a copy of the multi-award-winning book, The Lost Words, which...
Lockdown Boosts Business For Newcastle Gallery
A New Tyneside business has bucked the trend by reporting an increase in trade – directly as a result of lockdown. As concerns grow for the future of British retail following the economic impact of Covid, The Aviary art gallery, at Jesmond, Brentwood, is busier now than it was pre-lockdown. The...
Whitley Bay’s Jam Jar Cinema has been crowned ‘Small Business of the Year’ at the 2020 Small Awards, which celebrates the smallest and greatest firms in the UK. Founded in 2013 in a derelict building by self-confessed ‘movie fanatics’, Jam Jar Cinema has become a beacon of the community, attracting...
Beamish, The Living Museum of the North is reopening this week and welcoming visitors again after its closure due to government restrictions. The open air museum, which is in its 50th anniversary year, is opening this Thursday (23rd July), four months after having to close its doors. Pre-booked timeslot tickets are...

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