Sayfa ile ilgili istek ve şikayetleriniz için aşağıdaki formu kullanabilirsiniz.
"25.03.2017 16:15:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Prior pupils go active at Ford Castle Children in Year 4 at Tweedmouth Prior Park First School have been on a residential trip to Ford Castle. Prior Park pupils have been enjoying themselves at Ford Castle Adventure
"25.03.2017 15:11:34" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pair rescued from stranded car on Holy Island causeway Two more people have been helped to safety after getting stuck on Holy Island's tidal causeway. Two people have been rescued on Holy Island causeway thanks to the efforts of Holy Island Coastguard Rescue Team Seahouses Lifeboat Station and Berwick Coastguard
"25.03.2017 12:58:03" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rugby club gets life-saving equipment Berwick Rugby Club has recently installed a defibrillator with the help of the Stephen Carey Fund and Ancroft Parish Council. A defibrillator has been installed at Berwick Rugby Club with support from Ancroft Parish Council and the The Stephen Carey Fund
"25.03.2017 11:29:02" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Holy Trinity turns into Hogwarts There was witchcraft and wizardry in the air when a Berwick school held its own Harry Potter Day on Tuesday. Holy Trinity First School was turned into Hogwarts for the day when it staged a Harry Potter Day!
"25.03.2017 10:06:23" Berwick Brown Bear Will really appreciate some feedback on this please... the Brown Bear's huge back yard has a lot of scope for development. People have been saying it's hard to get green groceries in town ... we remind people that we *LOVE* the Green Shop on Bridge Street
"25.03.2017 10:03:57" Spittal Improvement Trust It's blooming lovely in Spittal today!
Remember clocks go forward 2am tonight as we head to summertime.
"25.03.2017 10:02:20" Borders Buses Hello and good evening. We're Borders Buses and we are delighted to announce we shall be taking over First Scotland East's operations in the Scottish Borders from 0300 on Sunday 26 March.
I'm sure many of you will have a query or two so we hope the info
"25.03.2017 09:58:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Epic journey begins in Berwick A former Berwick man is returning to the town on Sunday for the start of his mammoth 3,200-mile trek around the coastline of England and Wales. Do you remember Peter Jones from his days in Berwick in the 1980s? Well, he's back for the start of a massive fund-raising walk.
Read all about it: http://trib.al/8aZbwrr
"25.03.2017 09:13:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Awards success helps put Northumberland on the map Tourism operators are hoping Northumberland will reap the rewards of national recognition in the BBC Countryfile magazine awards. Northumberland's profile as a tourist destination has received another huge boost.
"24.03.2017 20:56:40" northumberlandgazette.co.uk What's on in north Northumberland - March 23 - March 30 See what's on in north Northumberland for the next seven days. Covering theatre, films, live music, walks and other events taking place in Northumberland this week. Stuck for something to do this weekend? Take a look at our what's on guide.
"24.03.2017 18:56:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Doing their bit for Red Nose Day Youngsters across North Northumberland donned red noses and got in the charity spirit this time 10 years ago. What have you been up to for Comic Relief? This lot were doing their bit 10 years ago.
"24.03.2017 18:31:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Kathryn tops the festival bill Award-winning Northumberland piper Kathryn Tickell OBE will headline this year's Holy Island Festival, which celebrates North East talent. Look who's topping the bill @holyislandfest - @kathryntickell
"24.03.2017 18:00:00" Timeline Photos A stunning view of the Northern Lights from Spittal Point by David Sanderson.
"24.03.2017 17:00:00" berwick-advertiser.co.uk REVIEW: Longridge leave audience 'All Shook Up' Elvis was most certainly in the building last Friday and Saturday nights as Longridge Towers Senior School played to sell-out audiences at The Maltings. Longridge Towers Senior School played to sell-out audiences at Maltings Berwick with a stunning peformance of All Shook Up. Read what our reviewers thought about
"24.03.2017 16:00:00" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Profits increase at livestock group H&H Group has announced an increased turnover of £7.9million for the six months up to the end of December. The results represent an increase of 11 per cent over the corresponding period in 2015, up from £7.1million. The H&H Group, which has branches in the Borders, has announced an increased turnover of £7.9million.
"24.03.2017 15:00:01" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick's history of salmon netting on show The long tradition of salmon netting on the River Tweed, the one constant of Berwick's history over the centuries, is being celebrated. The long tradition of salmon netting on the River Tweed is being celebrated in Berwick.
"24.03.2017 14:00:00" Timeline Photos Residents have vowed to fight plans for 39 new homes in Seahouses.
"24.03.2017 13:00:00" Timeline Photos Restaurant Limoncello to move into redeveloped former Youngman's site on Hide Hill, Berwick.
"24.03.2017 11:55:55" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Lynne strikes gold for her marmalade Marmalade maker Lynne Allan, who runs Lady Waterford Preserves at the Old Dairy Concept Store in Ford, has struck gold in more ways than one at this year's World's Original Marmalade Awards. Marmalade maker Lynne Allan struck gold in more ways than one at the The World's Original Marmalade Awards & Festival
"24.03.2017 09:19:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Seagull campaign to focus on litter control Seagull-proof litter bins are to be bought in an effort to limit the problems caused by scavenging birds in Berwick town centre. Seagull-proof litter bins are to be bought in an effort to limit the problems caused by scavenging birds in Berwick.
"24.03.2017 07:06:08" Timeline Photos This little one is ready for Comic Relief's Red Nose Day today - what are you up to? Post your pictures on here.
"23.03.2017 17:07:50" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New coach park nearly ready to welcome visitors Work is progressing well on Berwick town centre's controversial new coach-parking facility. Work is progressing well on Berwick town centre's controversial new coach-parking facility.
"23.03.2017 16:25:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Chancellor tax U-turn welcomed by local MP Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan has welcomed the Government's U-turn on national insurance contributions for the self-employed. Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP has welcomed the Government's U-turn on national insurance contributions for the self-employed.
"23.03.2017 14:19:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Belford GP to retire A GP at Belford medical practice, who has been there since the summer of 1982, has decided to hang up his stethoscope and retire from the practice at the end of April. A GP at Belford is hanging up his stethoscope and retiring.
"23.03.2017 13:27:25" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pop-up dinner showcasing the best of local produce There is another opportunity to taste some of the best locally-sourced produce at a pop-up dinner being hosted at Upper West Street restaurant in Berwick tomorrow evening. Diners can taste some of the best locally-sourced produce at a pop-up dinner at a Berwick restaurant tomorrow.
"23.03.2017 12:34:05" berwick-advertiser.co.uk London attack: Reaction from North-East politicians North-East politicians have relived their experiences of yesterday's attack in London, with one describing a scene of carnage. North-East politicians have relived their experiences of yesterday's attack in London, with one describing a scene of carnage.
"23.03.2017 11:14:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Mini-marina hopes get key backing Plans to install pontoons on Berwick quayside to cater for visiting yachts have received an important boost. Plans to install pontoons on Berwick quayside to cater for visiting yachts have received an important boost.
"23.03.2017 09:49:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New principal riders installed at ceremony Bethany Innes has been installed as chief marshal for the 408th staging of the Riding of the Bounds next month. The new principal riders have been installed for the 408th staging of the Riding of the Bounds.
"23.03.2017 09:38:10" Berwick Advertiser Here's a look at today's front page.
"22.03.2017 16:53:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick election candidate deselected by Labour Labour has dropped its candidate for Berwick East at the forthcoming elections after revelations came to light about his past. Labour's candidate for Berwick East has been dropped by the party.
"22.03.2017 14:40:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Mousen Bends still a council priority Northumberland County Council has told Highways England that the A1 Mousen Bends should be a priority for future funding. A Berwick councillor is pressing for improvements to the A1 at Mousen Bends.
"22.03.2017 13:30:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Town councillor raises planning concerns The value of neighbourhood plans, in light of approval for three controversial schemes on the County Hall site in Morpeth, has been questioned by Berwick Town Council's Coun Georgina Hill who raised the issue at Northumberland County Council's north area A Berwick town councillor has raised concerns about the worth of neighbourhood plans following recent developments in Morpeth.
"22.03.2017 13:00:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New 4G site in Berwick EE, the mobile network operator, recently switched on a new 4G site in Berwick to let more people access the UK's fastest mobile network. EE has a new 4G site in Berwick.
"22.03.2017 12:20:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ospreys due to return to Northumberland soon Nature lovers are being urged to turn their eyes to the skies to watch for the return of ospreys to Kielder Water and Forest Park. Ospreys are expected back at Kielder in the next week or two.
"22.03.2017 11:45:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Joy for Juniors with win in Glendale Festival final Lowick U10s 1-1 Berwick U10s(Lowick won on penalties) Football: Lowick Juniors spot on for Festival Trophy win
"22.03.2017 11:28:22" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Top coach Yogi passes on his experience to local riders Top equestrian coach Yogi Breisner was in Northumberland at the weekend, helping develop some of the best local talent from the equine world. Equestrianism: Top coach Yogi passes on experience to local riders
"22.03.2017 11:15:05" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Date announced for the launch of tax-free childcare Millions of parents can pre-register from today for the Government's new childcare offers, with around 90,000 families in the North East set to be eligible for tax-free childcare. Find out more about tax-free childcare.
"22.03.2017 09:13:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council predicts downturn in its house-building Northumberland County Council is looking at a number of different ways to meet the increasing demand for housing. Council house-building schemes are unlikely to be at the same level as recent years following changes in funding, say Northumberland County Council
"21.03.2017 17:18:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Seahouses tourist centre building forced to close The building which houses Seahouses Tourist Information Centre has had to be closed due to defects leading to health and safety concerns. Seahouses TIC has been forced to close.
"21.03.2017 13:12:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Colts hit back for a last-gasp great escape Berwick Colts 5-4 Melrose Football: Berwick Colts hit back for great escape
"21.03.2017 13:11:24" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Robertson double as Amateurs make semi's Tweedmouth Ams 4-2 Langholm Legion Football: Robertson double as Tweedmouth make semi's
"21.03.2017 12:50:32" Berwick Stadium Trust Northumberland County Council have confirmed in an e-mail from their Chief Executive that they won't be supporting any sporting development on land not currently in their ownership. This news, although not entirely surprising, is disappointing in that it
"21.03.2017 12:47:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Seahouses RNLI volunteer recognised as a hidden hero Seahouses RNLI volunteer, David Fordy, has been recognised as a hidden hero thanks to his 27 years of commitment to the lifeboat station. A Seahouses lifeboat volunteer has received another accolade for his long-service and dedication.
"21.03.2017 12:10:05" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Get some 'spec'tacular fun for Comic Relief Specsavers in Berwick is encouraging customers to buy a pair of fun glasses to support Red Nose Day on Friday. They are available for £2, all of which goes to Comic Relief. The Berwick branch of Specsavers is getting into the spirit for Comic Relief and Comic Relief: Red Nose Day
"21.03.2017 11:43:24" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pupils fund-raising for Ugandan school A £2,000 fund-raising drive has been launched to raise money to help underprivileged children in Africa. Pupils at Ellingham First School are helping to raise money for a school in Uganda CHILDREN'S SURE HOUSE
"21.03.2017 10:18:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Cycle race to return to Northumberland The Tour of Britain, the UK's biggest and most prestigious cycle race, is set to return to Northumberland later this year. The Tour of Britain is coming back to Northumberland later this year.
"20.03.2017 17:21:30" Northumberland Gazette Several sheep have been killed after being attacked by dogs in Northumberland.
"20.03.2017 16:29:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Fund-raising hiker to arrive in Northumberland tomorrow A heart-transplant patient is walking the coast of Northumberland as part of a 5,000-mile trek around Britain to help raise £100,000 for the British Heart Foundation's life-saving research. A charity fund-raiser is due to arrive in Northumberland on his marathon trek.
"20.03.2017 16:06:42" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumberland's newest life-saving volunteers The North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) is hoping the number 13 will prove lucky for the Northumberland area after welcoming its latest group of community life-savers. An extended team of first responders is now covering Northumberland.
"20.03.2017 16:02:07" Heatherslaw Light Railway The last bit of track renovation for this winter is now complete. We are just tidying up the yard ready for the start of the new season on Sunday 26th March. Why not come along and test out the newly laid sections of track to see how smooth they are!
"20.03.2017 15:53:43" Berwick upon Tweed Lifeboats UK Coastguard Helicopter CG999 visited Berwick today so that the crew and local Coastguards could have familiarisation training. A big thanks to Berwick Coastguard for assisting with a secure landing site. #RespectTheWater
"20.03.2017 15:41:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Fly high over the River Tweed Residents and holidaymakers will have an unique opportunity to see Berwick and the lower reaches of the Tweed from a completely new perspective on the late May Bank Holiday Sunday (May 28) when the Friends of the Union Chain Bridge have arranged a day of Fancy a helicopter flight over the River Tweed?
"20.03.2017 15:22:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Harrow and Shilbottle book NNL final places Saturday's North Northumberland League programme was hit by the weather, with only four of the six games surviving. Football: Harrow and Shilbottle book NNL cup final places
"20.03.2017 15:21:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rangers' performance is overshadowed by injury Berwick Rangers 0-2 Arbroath Football: Rangers game overshadowed by injury scare
"20.03.2017 15:21:00" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bumper crowd turns out as the Bandits launch 50th season Berwick's own Claus Vissing emerged as the winner of the club's 50th season individual launch meeting. Speedway: Bumper crowd as Bandits launch 50th season
"20.03.2017 15:06:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council claims 'ringing endorsement' for Berwick leisure plans Hundreds of residents are having their say on initial plans for a new Berwick Leisure Centre - with a preference for the new building to be built on the current site. What do you think of the plans for new leisure facilities in Berwick?
"20.03.2017 14:55:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Further £6.4m for Northumberland broadband roll-out iNorthumberland today announced that 3,200 more homes and businesses will get access to superfast broadband thanks to a further multimillion-pound investment in the programme. A further 3,200 homes are to get better broadband. See if your village is included...
"20.03.2017 14:27:02" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumberland residents encouraged to get more active Northumberland County Council and One You are encouraging adults to enjoy the outdoors and move more as the days are getting longer and we enter spring. Get fit for spring!
"20.03.2017 14:01:05" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick MP accused of scaremongering on health funding Northumberland County Council has reacted angrily to accusations from Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan of health funding potentially being 'driven towards' the south-east of the county. Berwick's MP has come under fire from Northumberland County Council...
"20.03.2017 13:30:35" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Toyota donates 4x4 to Northumberland care home Ben, the not-for-profit organisation that partners with the automotive industry to provide support for life to its people and their families, has been delighted to receive a generous donation from Toyota (GB) PLC, by way of a brand new 4x4. BEN Birch Hill at Norham has received a new 4x4 donated by Toyota.
"20.03.2017 13:01:36" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Openreach to hire engineers from Northumberland Openreach has announced a major expansion of its engineering workforce with plans to recruit around 80 trainees in the North East, including 10 from Northumberland, in its drive to improve customer service and invest in the operation of its network. Berwick is included in Openreach's recruitment drive.
"20.03.2017 12:46:02" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Entries are open for 2017 LOVE awards Entries have now opened for the 2017 LOVE Northumberland awards. Entries are now open for the 2017 LOVE Northumberland Awards.
"20.03.2017 12:18:05" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Poultry firm gets planning approval McLean Eggs has been given planning consent to erect a 32,000-bird poultry shed, plus egg packing and storage area at Hutton Hall Barns poultry farm, despite five objections from local residents and the local community council. A Berwickshire poultry firm has been given the go ahead for a major expansion.
"20.03.2017 11:21:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police tackle motorbike disorder in Northumberland Police have taken action against a motorbike rider, as part of an operation to tackle disorder in the Cheviots and surrounding areas of Northumberland. Police are trying to tackle motorbike disorder in rural Northumberland.
"20.03.2017 09:30:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk World Book Day in Wooler Pupils at Wooler First School got dressed up as their favourite literary characters for World Book Day, and the winners are pictured. Pupils at Wooler First School enjoyed dressing up for World Book Day recently.
"20.03.2017 08:54:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumberland's oldest ukulele player? It was the night before Bunt Morton's 90th birthday and the Wooler resident decided to celebrate by doing what he does every Wednesday since he took up the instrument three years ago – playing the ukulele with his friends. A Wooler ukulele player is still going strong at 90!
"19.03.2017 17:04:58" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Burns prize for Coldstream chef Veteran chef Les Duffield has rustled up a prize for the Coldstream care home where he works, thanks to traditional Scottish recipes he has perfected over 50 years in catering. Veteran chef Les Duffield has rustled up a prize for the Coldstream care home where he works, thanks to traditional Scottish recipes he has perfected over 50 years in catering.
"19.03.2017 15:29:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk AONB visitor guide is hot off the press The new Northumberland Coast AONB Visitor Guide is set to be launched. The new Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Visitor Guide is set to be launched.
"19.03.2017 13:57:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Swiss trip for army cadets Four Army cadets from Berwick detachment have recently returned from an adventure trip in Switzerland. Four Army cadets from Berwick detachment have recently returned from an adventure trip in Switzerland.
"19.03.2017 12:07:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Festival dedicated to 'inspirational' founder The Berwick Food & Beer Festival returns for its 10th year and promises another weekend of the very best in local produce, live music and fascinating demonstrations. Berwick Food & Beer Festival, returning for its 10th year, will be dedicated to one of its 'inspirational' founders
"19.03.2017 10:43:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Radio drama penned by top author is set
in Northumberland Renowned writer Val McDermid has penned a new radio drama set in Northumberland. Renowned writer Val McDermid has penned a new radio drama set in Northumberland, which stars Gina McKee
"19.03.2017 09:36:59" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ford school welcomes the Bishop of Berwick The recently-appointed Suffragan Bishop of Berwick, the Rt Rev Mark Tanner, made his first visit to Hugh Joicey C of E First School in Ford last Monday. WATCH: The recently-appointed Suffragan Bishop of Berwick made his first visit to Hugh Joicey First School in Ford last Monday
"18.03.2017 16:07:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Lifeboat visit for St Mary's First School As part of the their topic on water safety, the Year 1 class from Berwick St Mary's First School enjoyed a wonderful visit to the lifeboat station at St Abbs. The Year 1 class from Berwick St Mary's First School enjoyed a wonderful visit to the lifeboat station at St Abbs
"18.03.2017 14:47:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pupils take on muddy cross-country course Nearly 300 children took part in the annual Mini Inter-School Cross-Country competition held at Longridge Towers last Monday. Nearly 300 children took part in the annual Mini Inter-School Cross-Country competition held at Longridge Towers School
"18.03.2017 13:27:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Action-packed trip for youth group The Berwick & District Youth Activity Group, based at East Ord, had a challenging but enjoyable weekend when it attended Kingswood's Dukeswood House Residential Outdoor Centre in Hexham recently. The Berwick & District Yoyth Activity Group based at East Ord, had a challenging but enjoyable weekend in Hexham recently
"18.03.2017 12:12:04" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Conservation help wanted at Cocklawburn Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership is holding two conservation days on March 21 and March 28, from 10am. It is looking for a team of volunteers to help clear out the rubbish from the Scremerston gun emplacement at Cocklawburn beach and prepare Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership is holding two volunteer conservation days to clear out the rubbish from the Scremerston gun emplacement at Cocklawburn beach
"18.03.2017 11:48:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Tackling empty homes in Northumberland Do you have an empty property near you which is causing a blight on your community? Northumberland County Council has funding to bring 30 homes back into use. Do you have an empty property near you which is causing a blight on your community? Northumberland County Council has funding to bring 30 homes back into use.
"18.03.2017 10:02:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Flodden 500 community project hopes to have left a lasting legacy A four-year project to mark the 500th anniversary of the Battle of Flodden and bring the story to a new generation has come to an end. A four-year project to mark the 500th anniversary of the Battle of Flodden and bring the story to a new generation has come to an end.
"18.03.2017 09:24:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Traders back sports plan Berwick Chamber of Trade has offered its full support to the recently-formed Berwick Stadium Trust in its bid to build new sports facilities at East Ord. Berwick Chamber of Trade has offered its full support to the recently-formed Berwick Stadium Trust in its bid to build new sports facilities at East Ord.
"17.03.2017 19:05:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pop-up suppers take Italian twist at the Old Dairy Pop-up suppers at The Old Dairy in Ford are taking on a Venetian flavour this month. A touch of Venice comes to north Northumberland...
"17.03.2017 17:22:34" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bridge to turn blue for autism awareness Berwick's iconic Royal Border Bridge is turning blue for a week. Berwick's Royal Border Bridge will be turning blue later this month.
"17.03.2017 16:34:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Lottery grant joy for Bamburgh Bamburgh Heritage Trust has been awarded more than £40,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund - but it could lead to a whopping £400,000 grant in due course. Fantastic news for Bamburgh Heritage Trust!
"17.03.2017 16:15:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Best dressed prize-winners at St Cuthbert's Children and staff at St Cuthbert's First School in Tweedmouth got in to the spirit of World Book Day by dressing up as their favourite characters. Well done to the World Book Day prize-winners at St Cuthbert's!
"17.03.2017 15:55:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Phone scam warning after Northumberland man conned out of £10,000 A Northumberland man had £10,000 stolen from his bank account in a phone scam. A Northumberland man has been conned out of £10,000.
"17.03.2017 15:46:41" newspostleader.co.uk Significant changes to your benefits There are a number of significant changes to benefits that are set to take effect from April 2017, which may impact the amount of money you receive. If you're in receipt of benefits, here's some things you should know.
"17.03.2017 13:58:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New principals to be installed at sashing Berwick's new principals will be installed at a sashing ceremony on Saturday. The new principals of Berwick Riders Association will be installed in a ceremony at the town hall tomorrow evening.
"17.03.2017 13:13:29" Timeline Photos Tommy McLeod's lovely photo of the Tweed estuary at dawn.
"17.03.2017 12:39:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Cornhill man denies sex assault A Cornhill man will face a trial by jury on a charge of sexually assaulting a woman at a house in Berwickshire. A Cornhill man has appeared in court charged with a sex assault.
"17.03.2017 11:45:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New partnership supporting fishing industry sets sail A new local partnership group supporting the fisheries industry has been launched. A new fishing partnership has been launched in the North East.
"17.03.2017 11:27:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Beadnell
in Bloom team gets free trees More than 23,000 free trees will be winging their way to schools and community groups across the North East, thanks to the Woodland Trust. Beadnell in Bloom gets free trees from the The Woodland Trust
"17.03.2017 11:03:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick student shortlisted for national law prize A student from Berwick has been named as a finalist for Future Legal Mind, a legal award run annually by National Accident Helpline. A Berwick law student is in the running for a national award from National Accident Helpline
"17.03.2017 10:43:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Team calls for project proposals Berwick's recently-formed coastal community team has issued a call for potential projects it could help develop. Berwick's new Coastal Community Team is looking for project ideas.
"17.03.2017 10:08:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council targets empty homes causing a blight Northumberland County Council wants to know if an empty property is causing a blight. Has an empty home near you turned into a neighbourhood blight? If so, Northumberland County Council wants to hear from you.
"17.03.2017 09:25:01" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New boat for trips on the Tweed After several years of testing the concept of running trips up the River Tweed, a full-size passenger boat has been bought to do the job. Great news for Berwick tourism!
A new flat-bottomed tourist boat has been acquired with help from Berwick Town Team.
"17.03.2017 06:24:01" Timeline Photos Thanks to Andrew Morton from Berwick for sending this photo titled 'Windy afternoon at Beadnell'
"16.03.2017 19:30:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk National award for Newton Hall Two Northumberland wedding venues have been named the UK's best. Le Petit Chateau, at Otterburn, was Best Country Venue, and Newton Hall, at Newton-by-the-Sea, Best Coastal Venue in the UK Wedding Awards 2017. Congratulations to Newton Hall, Bold, Romantic & Fantastical on its success at the UK Wedding Awards.
"16.03.2017 19:01:37" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New support group is launched A new group for parents of children with additional needs has been launched in Berwick. A new support group for parents and carers has been launched in Berwick.
"16.03.2017 17:36:10" Oops....Getting a bit too close while watching the waves roll in at Spittal. Lovely night for a stroll though!
"16.03.2017 17:12:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Heritage accolade for accommodation at Bamburgh Castle Bamburgh Castle has been 'highly commended' at a heritage awards ceremony. Well done to Bamburgh Castle on its accolade from Hudson's Heritage
"16.03.2017 16:13:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council's £5M development in Alnwick nearly complete A flagship community fire station and expanded council depot on the outskirts of Alnwick is almost complete. A £5 million development in Alnwick by Northumberland County Council is nearly finished.
"16.03.2017 16:01:37" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Wooler is to get
a spring clean A spring clean of Wooler, which will see volunteers from the parish council and Glendale Gateway Trust pick litter, touch up paintwork and do minor repairs around the town, is to take place on Sunday, April 2. A spring clean is being planned in Wooler.
"16.03.2017 15:30:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Beauty and the Beast puts Duns Castle in the spotlight Duns Castle was centre stage in the lead-up to the long-awaited release of the new Walt Disney film Beauty and the Beast. Duns Castle in the spotlight ahead of Beauty and the Beast launch
"16.03.2017 15:29:30" Northumberland Gazette Hunt out your Lycra. The Tour Of Britain, the UK's biggest and most prestigious cycle race, is coming back to Northumberland.
"16.03.2017 14:59:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council's road safety work is in the spotlight Northumberland County Council has been spreading the message about its pioneering safety work to manage the risk of collisions between HGVs and cyclists and pedestrians. @Northumberland County Council representatives have been speaking at a national conference.
"16.03.2017 13:59:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Leisure centre plan is unveiled A redevelopment of the current site has been identified as the preferred option for Berwick's new leisure centre. Initial plans for Berwick's new leisure centre have gone on show. What do you think of them?
"16.03.2017 13:15:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Sports stars visit Tweedmouth Middle School Paralympian Samantha Kinghorn and England rugby player Katy Storie visited Tweedmouth Middle School on Friday. Wheelchair athlete Samantha Kinghorn and rugby player Katy Storie visited Tweedmouth Middle School to pass on some sporting advice.
"16.03.2017 12:30:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Plans approved for a guesthouse at �ex-police station Plans to convert Wooler's former police station into a guesthouse has been approved. Wooler's former police station is being converted into a guesthouse.
"16.03.2017 11:29:38" Berwick Advertiser
"16.03.2017 11:18:59" Berwick Advertiser's cover photo A new tourist boat will be operating on the River Tweed this year.
"16.03.2017 10:53:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Repairs are carried out at Berwick railway station Essential repairs are being carried out on Berwick railway station as it nears its 100th birthday. Repairs are being carried out at Berwick railway station.
"16.03.2017 09:46:55" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Survey seeks answer to parking problems A survey is under way as part of an effort to address the chronic shortage of parking spaces in parts of Berwick. Berwick's parking issues are back in the spotlight. What do you think the solution is?
"16.03.2017 09:03:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Thomson goal secures a point at City Edinburgh City 2-2 Berwick Rangers Football: Rangers make their point with City draw
"16.03.2017 08:44:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bandits set to launch their 50th anniversary season in style Berwick Speedway will launch their 50th anniversary season this weekend with an individual event which the club is hoping will whet the appetite of supporters. Speedway: Bandits to launch 50th season in style
"16.03.2017 08:42:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Playing for the Falcons Ashley Sinton from Belford (left) and Will Pettifer from Alnwick (right), who played for Newcastle Falcons U16s at the weekend in two fixtures against Sale Sharks and York Carnegie. Rugby: Northumberland pair play for Falcons U16s
"15.03.2017 14:44:40" Morpeth Herald An investigation is under way following the death of a Morpeth woman in a night-time cross-country run in the Scottish Borders at the weekend.
Read more at: http://trib.al/qnO4kTv
"15.03.2017 14:41:30" Open Eye Gallery Edinburgh 'If there were an Alternative Turner Prize, devoted this time to what Turner actually did, which was to work outdoors in all weathers, Brita Granström would have to be a serious contender for it... Granström's painting is an art of affirmation and an art
"15.03.2017 12:22:50" Northumberland Gazette The Treehouse at The Alnwick Garden is to feature on the latest episode of Hidden Restaurants with Michel Roux Jr, which airs tonight.
"15.03.2017 11:50:57" News Post Leader Hundreds of jobs are set to go at a Northumberland factory.
Read more at: http://trib.al/FhVQs10
"15.03.2017 11:44:05" News Guardian Popular #Tynemouth eatery Riley's Fish Shack set to appear on national TV on Wednesday as part of #hiddenrestaurants http://trib.al/AUBQXlY
"14.03.2017 23:04:21" Timeline Photos Northumberland coast bags two BBC Countryfile Magazine awards:
"14.03.2017 18:45:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk NHS trust calls for new public governors Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is looking for local residents to become a public governor. Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has four vacancies for public governors from the Berwick area.
"14.03.2017 16:41:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumbria in the running for six awards Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is in the running for six national awards for improving patients' experiences of accessing services. It's awards season - and Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is in the running for six of them!
"14.03.2017 16:14:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Public warned of taking unprescribed medication Northumbria Police is warning members of the public around the dangers of taking medication not prescribed to them. Police issue warning about taking unprescribed medication after two recent deaths.
"14.03.2017 15:01:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk River patrols planned as coarse fishing close season starts Anglers are being reminded that the close season for coarse fishing in rivers starts tomorrow. The close season for coarse fishing starts tomorrow, anglers are being reminded.
"14.03.2017 14:46:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Class win for Bertram in classic rally John Bertram from Berwick who competed in last Sunday's Saltire Classic Rally in Perthshire. Motorsport: Class win for Bertram in classic rally
"14.03.2017 14:10:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Union welcomes MPs' support for Northern Rail guard campaign Rail union RMT has welcomed a motion tabled in Parliament by MPs from across the north which supports the campaign for guards to be retained on every Northern train. Rail union welcomes support from MPs...
"14.03.2017 13:49:49" newsguardian.co.uk Rockcliff run in 11 unanswered tries Rockcliff ran in 11 tries in a one-sided Durham Northumberland Division 2 game against bottom side Seaton Carew. Rugby: Rockcliff run in 11 tries
"14.03.2017 13:47:33" Northstar 'You Raise Me Up' in Makaton, performed today by our Makaton communications group. Fantastic job!
"14.03.2017 13:39:48" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Reminder: Leisure centre drop-in session today The first of two drop-in sessions for the public to have their say on plans for new leisure facilities in Berwick takes place today. Remember to have your say on plans for a new Berwick leisure centre.
"14.03.2017 13:00:45" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Family relieved to be reunited with binned iPad A prized Christmas present feared lost forever after being binned during a sibling argument has been found, thanks to recycling centre staff. A search of a landfill site has resulted in the recovery of an Eyemouth girl's iPad.
"14.03.2017 12:49:42" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Colts' cup defeat is marred by broken leg Hawick legion Rovers 2-1 Berwick Colts Football: Colts' game marred by broken leg
"14.03.2017 12:48:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Tweedmouth downed by Wilson hat-trick Tweeddale Rovers 3-1 Tweedmouth Ams Football: Tweedmouth downed by Wilson hat-trick
"14.03.2017 12:13:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Old Bridge set to close for investigative work Berwick Old Bridge is set to close to vehicles for up to two weeks for essential investigations into the overall condition of the historic structure. Plans for a temporary closure of Berwick's Old Bridge have been confirmed.
"14.03.2017 10:39:12" Timeline Photos Following Nicola Sturgeon's call for another referendum on Scottish independence, we want to know what you think?
"14.03.2017 09:29:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Seagull steals crisps from Berwick cafe Berwick's seagulls appear to be adopting a new food gathering tactic. A seagull has been captured on camera pinching a packet of crisps from a Berwick cafe!
"14.03.2017 03:35:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Sometimes dogs just need to be dogs Despite so much interest in Toni, the female cornsnake, at the time of writing she is still with us. Dogs, cats, bunnies and even a snake - there are plenty of animals looking for new homes at Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels.
"13.03.2017 22:31:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk We should open our arms I was concerned to read MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan's views on unaccompanied child refugees, (Berwick Advertiser, March 2). The UK should set an example and take in child refugees, this reader says. Do you agree?
"13.03.2017 19:04:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Hungry hogs are keeping us busy All the hedgehogs are now beginning to wake up so they are keeping us busy with feeding and cleaning. Your donations are certainly coming in useful at Berwick Swan Trust as hungry hedgehogs start to stir for spring.
"13.03.2017 16:57:55" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick Harrow have the edge in NNL cup quarter-final clash Berwick Harrow have a foot in the semi-finals of the President's Cup in the North Northumberland League after beating Rothbury in the first leg of their quarter-final tie at the weekend. Football: Harrow have edge in NNL cup tie
"13.03.2017 16:57:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Lacklustre Rangers fail to see off bottom side Cowden Berwick Rangers 1-3 Cowdenbeath Football: Lacklustre Rangers lose to bottom club Cowden
"13.03.2017 16:49:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Spittal denied by last gasp winner Prudhoe YC 4-3 Spittal Rovers Football: Spittal denied by last gasp winner
"13.03.2017 16:40:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Man jailed for fatal A1 collision A driver of an HGV has been jailed for colliding with a JCB on a busy dual carriageway - killing the driver instantly. An HGV driver has been jailed after a fatal collision on the A1 in Northumberland.
"13.03.2017 15:21:58" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Upgrade North as well as South I write further to your article about the A1 dualling hopes, (Berwick Advertiser, February 2). Drivers might appreciate this letter, calling for A1 improvements on BOTH sides of the border.
"13.03.2017 14:59:50" berwick-advertiser.co.uk On a par with plague of rats Further to Ian Smith's article about seagulls (Berwick Advertiser, March 2), I should like to add my voice to the swell of opinion that this issue requires urgent action. Seagulls or rats - are they both pests to be controlled?
"13.03.2017 14:04:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk WATCH: Video shows drivers ploughing through the sea to cross Holy Island causeway Aerial footage has captured the moment that two drivers ploughed through the sea to cross Holy Island causeway, with much of the road already under water. Take a look at this video of drivers trying to cross the tidal causeway at Holy Island.
"13.03.2017 13:09:03" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Scotland's First Minister sets out independence plan The people of Scotland must be offered a choice between a hard Brexit and becoming an independent country, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said, as she confirmed plans to seek parliamentary approval to begin discussions with the UK Government on the Scottish independence is back on the agenda - but what would a 'yes' vote mean for Berwick and north Northumberland? What do you think?
"13.03.2017 12:05:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick Infirmary fears raised with Health Secretary Berwick town councillor Georgina Hill has written to the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, seeking a guarantee on the future of Berwick Infirmary. Concerns about the delay in plans to rebuild Berwick Infirmary have been raised with Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
"13.03.2017 11:06:19" Hobby Horse Walk Hobby Horse Walk The Berwick Cubs and Scouts have been very generously fundraising to help support and promote the Riding of the Bounds.
This year they are holding a 'Hobby Horse Walk' around the walls of Berwick on Thursday 27th April to which all children are invited.
"13.03.2017 10:10:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Hatching a plan to sustain lobster stocks A new venture is under way to promote local shellfish and sustain lobster stocks along the Northumberland coast – creating numerous jobs in the process. Plans are being developed to make more of Northumberland's shellfish industry.
"13.03.2017 09:21:24" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Traders print new leaflet for tourists Berwick Chamber of Trade has published a new version of its town map and mini guide. Berwick Chamber of Trade has published a new map and visitor guide leaflet for the 2017 season.
"12.03.2017 18:00:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Have you spotted one of these birds? The RSPB is calling on eagled-eyed wildlife fans to keep a look out for hen harriers, one of England's rarest birds of prey. Have you spotted one of these birds? The RSPB Love Nature is appealing for folk to report sightings of the hen harrier, one of England's rarest birds of prey.
"12.03.2017 16:53:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Sign up for Spirit of Sport event Berwick Rotary Club is calling for people with disabilities to come and enjoy its annual Spirit of Sport event. The Rotary Club of Berwick wants people with disabilities to sign up for its annual Spirit of Sport event.
"12.03.2017 16:00:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Embleton apprentice gets full-time job Sophie Greenley, 21, from Embleton, has secured a full-time job with Northumberland County Council. A young woman has landed a full-time job with Northumberland County Council after serving an apprenticeship with Homes for Northumberland
"12.03.2017 14:45:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Question Time guest speakers share their vision for Berwick Berwick Civic Society recently held another of its popular Question Time sessions under the title A Vision for Berwick. A Vision for Berwick was the title of the latest Question Time organised by Berwick Civic Society.
"12.03.2017 12:18:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Hopes for revival of Berwick's twinning links Town councillors have called for a renewed effort to strengthen Berwick's links with its twin towns. Berwick-upon-Tweed Town Council members have called for a renewed effort to strengthen Berwick's links with its twin towns of Haan and Sarpsborg, Norway
"12.03.2017 10:10:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Playground at Paxton House gets a revamp The playground at Paxton House is undergoing some winter maintenance and will be re-opening to the public from April 1. The playground at Paxton House is getting a facelift for the new season.
"12.03.2017 09:00:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk It's been a busy start to the year at Berwick Food bank The work of Berwick Food Bank in helping cash-strapped residents has been praised by a town councillor. The work of Berwick Food Bank in helping cash-strapped residents has been praised by a town councillor.
"11.03.2017 21:44:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Help them in hard times Our small shops in the high street get fewer and fewer, but a shining example of a dedicated shopkeeper in charge of a delightful and well-stocked shop is Border Crafts and Models in Castlegate. We all love our local shops, this reader says it's time to show it.
"11.03.2017 16:00:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Phone 105 to report power cuts Northern Powergrid, the region's electricity distributor, is continuing its commitment to driving up awareness of 105 – the free, easy to remember number to call to report and get updates about a power cut. Northern Powergrid is reminding customers of the number to call to report a power cut.
"11.03.2017 15:00:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pupils win prizes for Fairtrade posters Prizes have been presented to the winners of the annual Berwick Schools' Fairtrade poster competition. Pupils have picked up prizes in an annual Fairtrade International poster competition.
"11.03.2017 13:00:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk River chiefs reveal fall in salmon and trout catches River Tweed Commissioners have revealed that 2016 was a challenging year with a further drop in salmon and sea trout catches. River Tweed Commissioners have revealed a further drop in salmon and sea trout catches last year.
"11.03.2017 12:00:35" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Yoga classes for Norham youngsters Children at Norham St Ceolwulf's First School in Norham have been getting to grips with yoga under the watchful eye of Sarah MacFarlane. Children at Norham St Ceolwulfs First School have been getting to grips with yoga.
"11.03.2017 10:12:53" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New form of worship to be tried in Glendale Churches in Glendale are trying to tap into the spirit of Taizé in southern France. Churches in Glendale are trying to tap into the spirit of southern France with a new form of worship.
"11.03.2017 09:04:54" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Sculpture trail planned for parks Plans to create a sculpture trail in Berwick's award-winning parks have been revealed. Plans to create a sculpture trail in Berwick's award-winning parks have been revealed
"11.03.2017 06:33:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pupils make a song and dance of skills More than 800 children from across the Berwick borough took part in an area schools' project at The Maltings theatre in March 1992. This bunch were learning new skills in Berwick 25 years ago. Wonder if any of them kept them up.
"11.03.2017 01:41:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Dancers collaborate for show Dance groups from across Northumberland will be performing their latest choreographies, presenting fresh new work in a range of styles at Berwick Maltings theatre this weekend. Young dancers will be strutting their stuff at Maltings Berwick this weekend, and some will be hoping to impress competition judges.
"10.03.2017 18:25:47" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Paws up for Penny as she lands acting role The newest member of an amateur dramatics group has been welcomed by its colleagues. Look who's the new recruit at Berwick Operatic Society! Has it gone barking mad?
"10.03.2017 18:04:25" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Celebrating the written word Youngsters in Chatton got into the spirit of things in March 2007 when they donned a myriad of different outfits to celebrate World Book Day. Do you get the feeling that Spiderman was a big hit 10 years ago?
"10.03.2017 17:14:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Broadband: BT and Ofcom reach deal on Openreach separation Telecoms giant BT has agreed a deal with Ofcom which will see Openreach, which runs the UK's broadband infrastructure, become a legally separate company. An agreement has been reached with Ofcom which will see BT and Openreach split.
"10.03.2017 16:33:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Praise for new A1 bus shelter A grateful resident has thanked Coun Kate Cairns and Ellingham Parish Council for providing a new bus shelter by the A1. Thanks for a new bus shelter on the A1 in north Northumberland have been expressed.
"10.03.2017 15:00:52" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Agreement in place for new flag at the border Transport Scotland has agreed in principle to the possibility of flying a Berwickshire flag at the England/Scotland Border at Lamberton. The Anglo-Scottish border at Lamberton could be in for a new look flag.
"10.03.2017 14:02:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Concerns raised over planned car park sale The potential sale of a Holy Island car park has sparked a furious response from residents. Concerns have been raised by Holy Island residents about a proposed car park sale by Northumberland County Council
"10.03.2017 13:01:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Good turnout expected at business conference With just 20 places left to fill, Berwick Town Council is confident of reaching itstarget of 100 registrations for the 2017 Berwick Investors Conference. There's cross-border interest in the next Berwick Investors Conference.
Find out more:
"10.03.2017 12:00:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Hopes for ex-community centre A bid to take over the old community centre in Palace Street is still being pursued. There are still hopes that a new use can be found for the former Berwick Community Centre.
"10.03.2017 11:23:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bus route concerns raised A Berwick councillor has expressed concern at recent changes to bus routes in the town. Concerns about the Berwick bus service have been raised by a town councillor.
"10.03.2017 09:41:46" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Man dies after Duns incident Police are investigating an incident in Duns on Wednesday evening in which a man died. Police are investigating after a man died in Duns.
"10.03.2017 09:19:36" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumberland locations among best places to live Three places in north Northumberland have been named among the Best Places to Live in Britain by The Sunday Times. Northumberland towns named among the best places to live in Sunday Times list.
Find out where...
"09.03.2017 18:48:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Fishy fund-raiser planned for school's Lent campaign A Tweedmouth school is hosting a fish-themed fund-raiser to help others as part of the aid agency CAFOD's annual Lent campaign. St Cuthbert's First School in Berwick is involved in a Lent fund-raiser with CAFOD
"09.03.2017 15:53:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Operation Checkpoint tackles countryside crime Police officers were joined by over 30 volunteers who took part in the latest major clampdown on rural crime last night. A major policing operation to tackle rural crime took place last night.
Read more: http://trib.al/mFwrqdr
"09.03.2017 15:12:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Healthy workplace awards are presented Over 80 employers in Newcastle, Northumberland and North Tyneside received awards for their commitment to workplace health and wellbeing at the North East Better Health at Work Award's (BHAWA) ceremony hosted by BBC Radio Newcastle presenter Anna Foster Healthy workplaces across the North East have been recognised at an awards ceremony.
"09.03.2017 15:01:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Perryman's owners in discussions over Borders bus routes First Scotland is withdrawing its entire fleet from the Borders later this month, and West Coast Motors, which took over Berwick-based Perryman's Buses last year, is in talks to take over the routes. Bus firm West Coast Motors - owners of Berwick-based Perryman's, is in talks about taking on bus routes in the Scottish Borders.
"09.03.2017 14:00:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick coffee business receives accolade Berwick-based Luckie Beans has been included in the second edition of the Scottish Independent Coffee Guide. Good news for Berwick-based Luckie Beans Coffee Roasters
"09.03.2017 13:30:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Free IT workshops help Glendale tenants Residents of Glendale had their computer queries answered at a series of IT workshops recently held in the Cheviot Centre in Wooler. Glendale residents have been getting to grips with computers...
"09.03.2017 13:00:24" berwick-advertiser.co.uk St Aidan's lay-by repairs planned Parking areas to the north of Seahouses, which are used by visitors to access the beach and St Aidan's dunes, are set to be repaired. Lay-by repairs are planned between Seahouses and Bamburgh.
"09.03.2017 12:00:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk EBDA award presented to lifeboat crew The 40th Eastern Borders Development Association (EBDA) award has been won by the St Abbs independent lifeboat committee. Congratulations to St Abbs Lifeboat on winning the EBDA Award.
"09.03.2017 11:33:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumberland businesses in running for national tourism awards VisitEngland has today announced the finalists for its prestigious Awards for Excellence 2017, with three in the running from Northumberland. The finalists in the VisitEngland tourism awards have been announced - and Northumberland is well represented.
Find out more: http://trib.al/egBV4is
"09.03.2017 11:05:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Key backing for barracks heritage hub Plans for a £15million heritage hub at Berwick Barracks have received backing from the leader of Northumberland County Council. Funding hopes raised for Berwick Barracks proposal.
Read more: http://trib.al/OqX2o5k
"09.03.2017 09:53:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Man airlifted to hospital after crash near Eyemouth A motorcyclist was seriously injured in a crash near Eyemouth yesterday afternoon. A motorcyclist was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after a crash near Eyemouth.
"09.03.2017 09:14:50" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New candidate enters fray for Berwick North Berwick town councillor Catherine Seymour is to stand as Conservative candidate for Berwick North on Northumberland County Council . A fourth candidate for Berwick North has been revealed...
"08.03.2017 18:33:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Electrical fault to blame for Berwick house fire An electrical fault was to blame for a severe house fire in Berwick town centre last Thursday. An investigation into a Berwick house fire has concluded an electrical fault was to blame.
"08.03.2017 17:39:12" Traffic Scotland report the A1 has now reopened following an accident between Eyemouth and Lamberton earlier this afternoon.
"08.03.2017 16:30:50" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police launch campaign to protect cyclists Northumbria Police is launching a new campaign to protect cyclists on our roads - and put dangerous drivers before the court. Northumbria Police has launched a new campaign to protect cyclists on the road.
"08.03.2017 15:11:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Castlegate toilets reopen after power cut A Berwick café owner has called for improved public toilet facilities for the town. Public toilets at Castlegate in Berwick have reopened again following the power cut which forced their temporary closure last week - but a nearby trader impressed with the service being offered by Northumberland County Council
"08.03.2017 14:30:52" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Scaffolding cloaks Lindisfarne Castle Restoration works on the iconic Lindisfarne Castle are now underway. The Grade I listed building is closed until April 2018 for a £3 million conservation project. Find out what's going on at Lindisfarne Castle
"08.03.2017 13:21:50" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Restoration hopes for historic bridge raised The Union Chain Bridge at Horncliffe, has moved substantially closer to a full restoration in time for its 200th anniversary in 2020. Hopes for a £5M+ restoration of the Union Chain Bridge spanning the River Tweed have been raised.
"08.03.2017 11:30:36" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New police operation launched to target county's offenders Flynn, a new police operation, is now underway targeting active offenders operating in Northumberland and North Tyneside. New policing operation targets active criminals in Northumberland
"08.03.2017 10:45:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Jobs and homes among pledges in Labour manifesto Northumberland Labour has launched its manifesto for May's elections, with pledges to create thousands of homes and thousands of jobs. Labour has published its manifesto ahead of the Northumberland County Council elections.
"08.03.2017 09:30:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Another three points for Berwick, but now back to back victories is aim Berwick Rangers 4-3 Clyde Football: Back to back victories is now the aim for Berwick
"07.03.2017 16:04:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Price of TV licence set to rise in April The cost of the annual TV licence fee will increase to £147, from £145.50, from April 1 this year. The cost of a TV licence is to rise...
"07.03.2017 15:39:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Marshals sought for Reivers cycle race This year's Reivers Cycle Road Race, run by Berwick Wheelers, will be taking place on Saturday, March 25. This is an important regional road race taking place on our local roads starting in Etal and looping around Lowick Ancroft and Duddo. Cycling: Marshals sought for Reivers' Race
"07.03.2017 15:26:34" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick sports stars honoured at annual awards evening Sport Berwick hosted its annual awards ceremony at the Rugby Club on Friday, celebrating the achievements of individuals and teams throughout 2016. Sports Awards: Berwick sports stars honoured at presentation evening
"07.03.2017 15:20:22" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council invites views on Berwick leisure centre plans The public are being invited to have their say on exciting plans for a brand new leisure centre in Berwick. Make sure you give your views on Berwick's proposed new leisure centre at drop-in sessions later this month.
"07.03.2017 13:44:53" Timeline Photos No otters to be seen on the River Tweed in Berwick yesterday afternoon but plenty of swans and a grey heron. Lovely to see...
"07.03.2017 09:15:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Land sold for private parking area in Bamburgh Bamburgh is to benefit from a new private off-road parking area after a deal was struck to sell land to a group of residents. A deal has been struck with Northumberland County Council to create extra private parking for residents in Bamburgh.
Read more: http://trib.al/SHDheOa
"06.03.2017 16:49:52" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police issue safety advice to hill walkers Police are advising walkers to make sure they are well prepared before they set out walking especially in more difficult terrain. Northumbria Police has issued safety advice to hill walkers in the Cheviots following recent incidents.
"06.03.2017 16:15:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk First responders launched on Holy Island North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) has been working with residents and partner agencies on Holy Island to recruit, train and deploy a team of first responders. A new first responders team has been launched on Holy Island with support from North East Ambulance Service and Holy Island Coastguard Rescue Team
"06.03.2017 15:15:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk MP visits Wooperton sawmill Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan, visited renowned local sawmill A&J Scott in Wooperton on Friday. Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP has visited the Wooperton sawmills of A&J Scott Ltd.
"06.03.2017 14:27:59" northumberlandgazette.co.uk Lucy helps England beat world champs Lucy Bronze was a prominent member of the England ladies team who beat world champions USA 1-0 in the SheBelieves Cup at the weekend. Football: Lucy helps England beat world champions
"06.03.2017 14:25:37" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Leon sets up a deal to ride in Poland Berwick schoolboy Leon Flint is continuing to establish himself as a much sought-after asset throughout Europe. Speedway: Leon sets up deal with Polish club
"06.03.2017 13:59:12" Timeline Photos A normal service has resumed between Berwick and Newcastle, following a period of disruption, after a person was hit and killed by a train at Alnmouth Station this morning.
Read more at: http://trib.al/Cc6r69K
"06.03.2017 12:28:03" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Budget 2017: Calls to tackle schools funding and unleash North East potential The North East's business group is calling on the Chancellor to 'unleash the region's potential', while a schools group is urging him to 'tackle the funding crisis'. What are your hopes and aspirations from the Budget?
"06.03.2017 12:21:02" Timeline Photos No trains between Newcastle and Berwick until approx 1pm after a person was hit and killed by a train at Alnmouth Station this morning
Read more at: http://trib.al/EGlpvmg
"06.03.2017 11:02:02" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Seahouses lifeboat volunteer up for national award A member of Seahouses RNLI has been shortlisted for Volunteer of the Year in a national awards scheme. A Seahouses lifeboatman has been shortlisted for a national award.
"06.03.2017 09:04:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Reston community trained in use of new defibrillator Reston village not only has a publicly accessible defibrillator located in the public phone kiosk outside the village shop but it also has a community trained to use it. Local villagers have been trained in the use of a community defibrillator.
"05.03.2017 22:30:15" Timeline Photos Belford's museum has been awarded a Heritage Lottery grant of £6,900 to continue its First World War project – Belford, A Rural Area at War.
Read more at: http://trib.al/knUQFv9
"05.03.2017 21:17:17" Timeline Photos Berwick Town Council is keen to assess current demand for allotment space.
Read more at: http://trib.al/inVjCgh
"05.03.2017 18:00:08" Timeline Photos North East MEP Jonathan Arnott is set to step into the boxing ring to raise money for the Ally Cadence Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy.
Read more at: http://trib.al/CQCIndx
"05.03.2017 16:30:19" Timeline Photos Work to improve the quality of the car park in Craster is being carried out.
Read more at: http://trib.al/Vbn8y56
"05.03.2017 15:00:25" Timeline Photos One of the most entertaining and best loved acts on today's UK folk scene arrive in Wooler this month to take audiences on a musical voyage across the globe with their entertaining blend of 'world folk'.
"05.03.2017 14:30:59" Timeline Photos A woman was flown to hospital from Holy Island yesterday evening as a result of a multi-agency response.
Read more at: http://trib.al/8hqH3zp
"05.03.2017 12:30:14" Timeline Photos Pupils of Holy Trinity First School in Berwick are to be invited to become Junior Friends of Flagstaff Park.
Read more at: http://trib.al/dRJkwxA
"05.03.2017 11:30:38" Timeline Photos A Berwick student has been given an exciting opportunity to be the official illustrator of a Swiss magazine.
"04.03.2017 21:15:11" Timeline Photos Pupils at Norham's St Ceolwulf's First School have been studying a variety of religions.
Read more at http://trib.al/p1KWj3c
"04.03.2017 19:43:17" Timeline Photos Passionate about supporting the next generation of equestrians, Bedmax Shavings has teamed up with the British Grooms Association to launch a certification in bedding management.
"04.03.2017 17:15:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk As hogs wake the hard work starts Last week Tom, one of our volunteers from Eildon Care in Duns, left me an article he had written for the jottings. The latest update from Berwick Swan and Wildlife Trust.
"04.03.2017 15:15:09" Timeline Photos Hundreds of Junior Soldiers – including 17-year-old Aidan Crowe, from Eyemouth – last week celebrated their graduation in a military passing-out parade.
Read more at: http://trib.al/fpoAj2y
"04.03.2017 13:30:21" Timeline Photos The early results of a new trial using plasma on board the region's air ambulances has seen yet more 'unexpected survivors'.
Read more at: http://trib.al/xnf1lYe
"04.03.2017 12:05:06" Timeline Photos Proposals to improve the football facilities at Five Arches in Tweedmouth have been warmly welcomed by Berwick Town Council.
"04.03.2017 10:27:38" Timeline Photos A Belford man has completed a tough first phase of training with the Royal Navy.
Read more at: http://trib.al/NXBcGx3
"04.03.2017 09:12:00" Wondering what to do this weekend? Why not enjoy one of the many snowdrop displays in the county? This one was seen in the wood next to Etal castle. We would love to see pictures from you wherever you go!
"03.03.2017 17:27:14" Timeline Photos Northumbria Police warn farmers to make sure they keep a close eye on their quad bikes, especially during lambing season.
"03.03.2017 15:16:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Suspected poaching case in north Northumberland Four men from the Middlesbrough area have been reported for suspected poaching and driving offences near Brownieside. Suspected poachers caught in the mud...
"03.03.2017 14:51:47" Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team Incident No: 10
Date: 2 March 2017
Location: Border Ridge
At 18.30hrs yesterday Police Scotland requested the assistance of Border Search & Rescue Unit to locate two Danish walkers on the Border Ridge. The walkers were believed to be
"03.03.2017 14:01:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk WASPIs set to demonstrate at Westminster Women from across Northumberland will be travelling to a mass demonstration in London next Wednesday to protest the lack of information given to them about their pensions. Northumberland campaigners are set to take their pensions concerns to Westminster.
"03.03.2017 13:00:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Drugs admissions to hospital double The number of hospital admissions in Northumberland in which the main diagnosis was drug-related doubled in the past year, according to new figures. New figures reveal a sharp rise in drugs-related admissions to hospital in Northumberland.
"03.03.2017 12:00:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Old tensions resurface at town council Berwick town councillors have been urged not to revert back to the 'pettiness' of the past few years. Old arguments resurface at Berwick-upon-Tweed Town Council meeting.
"03.03.2017 11:11:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New developments at college's catering school Northumberland College's School of Hospitality and Catering has continued to grow and has now welcomed a new hospitality director bringing with him top industry contacts and new curriculum plans. Find out about new developments in the catering department at Northumberland College
"03.03.2017 10:00:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council puts £8.5m loan to Alnwick Garden on hold The Duchess of Northumberland and Northumberland County Council's chief executive have spoken about plans for a new attraction at The Alnwick Garden and a proposed £8.5million loan. A proposed £8.5million loan to The Alnwick Garden has been deferred by Northumberland County Council
"03.03.2017 09:20:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Retail offer at Berwick TIC
is scaled down Retail stock levels at Berwick Tourist Information Centre (TIC) have been drastically reduced by Northumberland County Council. Dismay has been expressed at the dwindling retail offer within Berwick TIC.
"02.03.2017 18:58:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Trial period helps Ayton woman kick-start career A six-week trial working in the office at Pearsons of Duns has set 19-year-old Ruth Minto, of Ayton, off on a career in business administration. An Ayton woman has secured work after a trial period at Pearsons of Duns Ltd
"02.03.2017 17:55:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Recruitment of graduates and apprentices in North East launched by BT Telecoms giant BT has announced today that it is creating about 165 new apprenticeship and graduate jobs in the North East. BT is recruiting apprentices in the North East.
"02.03.2017 16:49:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police chief welcomes sex education decision Northumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed 'long-overdue' plans for sex education to be made compulsory in all schools. Northumbria police chief welcomes decision to make sex education compulsory in schools.
"02.03.2017 16:28:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Helping businesses to access support A service for businesses looking to establish new operations in Northumberland is being launched by Access Northumberland, to provide dedicated support to accelerate growth. Support for businesses in Northumberland.
"02.03.2017 15:46:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Railway station hopes appear to hit buffers Hopes that railway stations could be reopened at Belford and Scremerston as part of an improved local service appear to have been dashed. Bad news for any hopes of new railway stations in north Northumberland.
"02.03.2017 15:14:55" Timeline Photos Local photographer Danny Spring took this magical aurora photo over Berwick.
"02.03.2017 15:01:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk County youth service creates national child sexual exploitation campaign Northumberland Youth Service have generated a campaign aimed at young people to help raise awareness, improve knowledge and give greater understanding of Child Sexual Exploitation. Northumberland Youth Service is leading a national campaign to raise awareness of child sex exploitation.
"02.03.2017 13:26:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Puppy rescued from burning building in Berwick A house has been badly damaged by fire in Berwick town centre. A small puppy has been rescued from a house fire in Berwick.
"02.03.2017 12:30:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New hospital delay angers town council Councillors have called for an urgent meeting with health care bosses to discuss the latest delay in plans to rebuild Berwick Infirmary. Concerns at the lack of progress on plans to rebuild Berwick Infirmary have been raised by Berwick-upon-Tweed Town Council
"02.03.2017 12:20:00" Fire at Church Street in Berwick
"02.03.2017 12:17:39" Timeline Photos Fire at Church Street in Berwick.
"02.03.2017 12:00:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council budget approved after heated debate A lengthy and sometime lairy debate ended with the Labour administration at Northumberland County Council getting its budget for next year approved. There was heated debate at the Northumberland County Council budget meeting.
"02.03.2017 11:00:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ex-town council clerk up for election Wendy Pattison, who resigned from her role as acting clerk to Berwick Town Council last August, is standing for election to Northumberland County Council in May. A former clerk of Berwick-upon-Tweed Town Council is standing for election to Northumberland County Council
"02.03.2017 10:08:42" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bandits confirm line-up for 'Big 50' Berwick Speedway have confirmed the line-up for the opening meeting of their 50th season next weekend. Speedway: Bandits confirm line-up for 'Big 50' meeting
"02.03.2017 10:00:55" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New call for people to stop feeding the gulls Berwick councillors agree that steps must be taken to control the town's burgeoning gull population. The seagull issue has been discussed by Berwick-upon-Tweed Town Council
"02.03.2017 09:57:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Lauren to represent GB in world underwater hockey championships A former North Northumberland schoolgirl is taking the plunge with the Great Britain underwater hockey team at the U23 world championships later this year. Underwater hockey: Lauren to represent GB in world championships
"02.03.2017 09:10:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Good rating for Northumbria Police, but improvement needed on reoffending Northumbria Police has been rated good in its latest HMIC inspection regarding effectiveness in policing, which is published today. Northumbria Police has received a good rating from inspectors...
"01.03.2017 20:03:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Lynemouth county councillor dies A long-serving member of Northumberland County Council has died. Tributes have been paid following the death of a Northumberland county councillor.
"01.03.2017 19:07:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Fake Facts take the honours at annual quiz night The annual Glendale Agricultural Society quiz night had participants on the edge of their seats, with a team called Fake Facts pipping Universally Challenged to the title on a tie-breaker. The Glendale Show - Glendale Agricultural Society quiz night was another big success.
"01.03.2017 17:34:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Tradition upheld in Alnwick Cousins Harry Brown and Ali Miller celebrate getting the ball across the River Aln after the annual Shrovetide football match in the Pastures by Alnwick Castle. A football match with a difference has been held in Alnwick.
"01.03.2017 16:34:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bamburgh car park improvements underway A car park expansion and improvement is underway in the picturesque coastal village of Bamburgh. Car park improvement work has begun in Bamburgh.
"01.03.2017 15:40:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk School repairs bill highlights the need for more investment More than £2,000 per pupil is needed to bring school buildings in Northumberland up to a satisfactory condition, new figures have revealed. The leader of Northumberland County Council has called for a level playing field on school funding.
"01.03.2017 14:45:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Wooler welcomes 'twin town' group A delegation from Wooler's 'twin town' of Broughshane in Northern Ireland visited last weekend. Wooler welcomes 'twin town' delegation from Northern Ireland.
"01.03.2017 13:47:03" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police warn of cyber dangers Northumbria Police are reminding parents to be aware of the potential for indecent images to be circulated to children via social media and apps used by young people. Make sure you know what your children are viewing online...
"01.03.2017 13:01:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Computing project is helping our pupils More than 4,000 primary school pupils in Northumberland have benefitted from a pioneering education programme to boost youngsters' computing skills. Northumberland pupils are benefiting from a BT backed computing initiative.
"01.03.2017 12:30:01" berwick-advertiser.co.uk And they're off.... Belford children enjoy Pancake Day School children in Belford enjoyed Shrove Tuesday with pancake races. Children from Belford schools including Belford First School and St Mary's C of E Middle School Belford enjoyed pancake day races!
"01.03.2017 11:10:46" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bronze for Abbi at Long Beach Berwick fighter Abbi Rae attended the Kids' Pan-Am Championships in Long Beach as part of the Great Britain Elite BJJ squad. Jiu Jitsu - Bronze for Abbi at Long Beach
"01.03.2017 11:09:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Jiu Jitsu joy as fighters live the dream in Pan-Am championships The TF Fitness Centre Kids' Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu team attended their first 2017 competition last weekend, and they really couldn't have travelled much further, going to the Kids' Pan-American Championships in Los Angeles, California. Jiu Jitsu: Medal joy for Berwick fighters in Kids' Pan-Ams
"01.03.2017 09:05:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New legislation on using phones while driving introduced As of today, police are now armed with new legislation to clampdown on drivers who use their mobile phone behind the wheel. What do you think of the new laws on using mobile phones at the wheel?
"28.02.2017 16:18:01" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Belford school meeting An open consultation meeting about St Mary's C of E Middle School in Belford is being held next week. An open meeting has been arranged to discuss the future of St Mary's C of E Middle School Belford
"28.02.2017 14:24:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Second chance to have say on proposed changes to Northumberland constituencies A second round of consultation starts today ahead of a major electoral shake-up which will include a reduction from four to three constituencies in Northumberland. What do you think about proposed changes to the Berwick constituency?
"28.02.2017 14:11:48" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Tweedmouth undone as Devaney hits a hat-trick for Greenlaw Tweedmouth Ams 3-6 Greenlaw Football: Tweedmouth undone as devaney hits hat-trick for Greenlaw
"28.02.2017 14:09:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Harrow storm through to Anderson Cup final On a weekend when only one game beat the elements,it was the two teams at the top of Division One, Tweedmouth Harrow and Amble St Cuthbert who played each other in the semi-final of the Anderson Cup. Football: Harrow win through to Anderson Cup Final
"28.02.2017 11:44:53" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Missing Berwick woman is found A missing woman from Berwick has been found safe and well. A missing Berwick woman has been found.
"28.02.2017 09:54:24" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Holy Island car park is put on the market A rare opportunity has arisen to develop a site on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne – one of the UK's most iconic and historic tidal islands. A Holy Island car park has been put up for sale through Bradley Hall Chartered Surveyors & Estate Agents.
What we wondered is whether is will lead to parking congestion? What do you think?
"27.02.2017 16:05:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Gillian's new career takes off A five year stint with Emirate airlines has landed Gillian Layhe her dream job and she's now training to be an air traffic controller. An Ayton woman's career has taken off!
"27.02.2017 15:01:46" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Sweet success at ice cream awards A new award created to recognise young talent in the UK's ice cream industry has been won by Eyemouth's Somers Giacopazzi. The 23-year-old won the Rising Star Award from Morelli's Ice Cream and the Ice Cream Alliance. Rising Star accolade for Giacopazzi's
"27.02.2017 15:01:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Elgin end brave Berwick's mini revival at Shielfield Berwick Rangers 0-1 Elgin City Football: Rangers slip to home defeat against Elgin
"26.02.2017 21:40:04" Timeline Photos Cat pair Whisky and Ginger find a home after almost a year at Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels
Read more at: http://trib.al/9uCtM1z
"26.02.2017 21:24:11" Timeline Photos Roadworks on major roads this week in Northumberland and beyond
Read more at: http://trib.al/qF7AjjC
"26.02.2017 21:17:04" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: A frosty Etal Castle, by Darren Chapman
"26.02.2017 18:09:03" Timeline Photos Smokers who've cut down are being warned they still face significant risks of cancer and heart disease unless they quit or switch as a campaign launches this week.
Read more at: http://trib.al/UfJYUBS
"26.02.2017 17:06:05" Timeline Photos End-of-life care workers are shortlisted for award
Read more at: http://trib.al/QDg7gug
"26.02.2017 15:30:10" Timeline Photos A pancake party is taking place in Wooler on Shrove Tuesday.
Read more at: http://trib.al/f7BQ7HN
"26.02.2017 14:08:07" Timeline Photos The children at Belford First School took part in this year's RSPB Love Nature Big Garden Birdwatch.
Read more at http://trib.al/D8mJ0SZ
"26.02.2017 13:01:16" Timeline Photos Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels is looking for a home for Toni the cornsnake.
Read more at: http://trib.al/VMT6wug
"26.02.2017 11:57:29" Timeline Photos Belford Parish Council: Crime, allotments and websites: http://trib.al/I0sxZUm
"26.02.2017 10:32:12" Timeline Photos Belford parish councillors concerned over proposed closure of St Mary's CE Middle School
Read more at: http://trib.al/j4UdQSR
Read more at: http://trib.al/j4UdQSR
"25.02.2017 16:51:09" Timeline Photos A veteran support charity based in the North East is sending a team to the US to look at the support provided to female veterans.
Read more at http://trib.al/vrqYaKs
"25.02.2017 15:48:32" Timeline Photos Schoolchildren from Berwick paid a visit to the town's police station recently.
Read more at http://trib.al/ZL5f0Ei
"25.02.2017 15:03:02" Timeline Photos WATCH: Pupils at Hugh Joicey First School in Ford got themselves in a spin when they worked with Hoopstarz.
See the video at http://trib.al/wbfa0tg
"25.02.2017 13:52:08" Timeline Photos At the ready for an influx of guests at the Berwick Swan and Wildlife Trust: http://trib.al/rltJusy
"25.02.2017 12:43:37" Timeline Photos Wanted: Brewery to make a beer for Pennine Way
Read more at: http://trib.al/poihxBh
"25.02.2017 11:37:44" Timeline Photos A vacant property specialist is pushing Property Guardian policy on to the industry's agenda by launching a Respect for Guardians Charter.
Read more at: http://trib.al/CPXYSvG
"25.02.2017 09:22:46" Timeline Photos If you're looking for a gift for the man who has everything, how about the remains of a ship sunk by a U-boat during the Second World War?
Read more at: http://trib.al/PRavGeX
"24.02.2017 20:01:20" Timeline Photos A new CEO has been appointed for Age UK Northumberland.
Read more at: http://trib.al/7a3NSvw
"24.02.2017 19:00:51" Timeline Photos More horror stories about life at HMP Northumberland have emerged following the explosive BBC documentary which shocked viewers last week.
Read more at: http://trib.al/nfj7GU9
"24.02.2017 17:37:16" Timeline Photos A Glendale Middle School pupil won a road-safety comic strip challenge, organised by Irwin Mitchell Solicitors in partnership with Northumbria Police and Durham and Cleveland Constabulary.
Read more at: http://trib.al/q8pbbWC
"24.02.2017 13:48:53" Timeline Photos The Northumberland Tory group's manifesto has been questioned, as Arch - The Northumberland Development Company remains a really hot issue
Read more at: http://trib.al/WsqbfEn
"24.02.2017 11:00:29" Timeline Photos Tweedmouth West First School in Berwick won the overall gold certificate at the Berwick Schools Sports Partnership inter-schools skipping competition held earlier this month.
Read more at: http://trib.al/vD1Gv8N
"24.02.2017 09:40:46" Timeline Photos Northumberland College has the stage set for anyone seeking a career in the arts and music while a new motor-vehicle centre is also being developed in Berwick.
Read more at: http://trib.al/SLNnoSR
"23.02.2017 18:08:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Crackdown on abandoned vehicles in Northumberland Northumberland County Council is cracking down on abandoned vehicles following a sharp rise in incidents and is issuing a warning that the perpetrators could face a large fine. Northumberland County Council is cracking down on abandoned vehicles and warning that the perpetrators could face a large fine.
"23.02.2017 17:13:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk MP scores concession on shared data Berwick's MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan secured a concession from Brexit Secretary, David Davis, that the UK would also leave the controversial Prüm framework. Berwick's Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP has secured a concession on shared data from Brexit Secretary, David Davis MP
"23.02.2017 16:19:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Britain and Europe are backing Berwick The backing for next month's conference suggests that the appetite of investors to look at Berwick remains clear, despite political upheaval. Investors in Britain and Europe are backing Berwick.
"23.02.2017 13:14:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk St Mary's pupils enjoy play-time Nursery children at Berwick St Mary's CE First School make the most of the outdoor learning opportunities each day. Nursery children at Berwick St Mary's CE First School make the most of the great outdoors at every opportunity.
"23.02.2017 12:06:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk County website is attracting the hits More than 1.1million unique users visited the county's official tourism website last year and Berwick was one of the most viewed destinations. Berwick was one of the most viewed destinations on the Northumberland Tourism website last year.
"23.02.2017 11:09:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Celebrating the stars of science from the Borders Berwick Museum and Art Gallery has been awarded a special grant to celebrate the achievements of scientists from the Borders, with the first event tomorrow. The achievements of scientists from the Borders are being celebrated at Berwick Museum and Art Gallery
"23.02.2017 10:03:28" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Micropub retains its crown as the best in the area The Curfew micropub in Berwick has been named north Northumberland pub of the year for the second year running. Cheers! The Curfew micropub in Berwick has been named Tyneside & Northumberland CAMRA north Northumberland pub of the year for the second year running.
"23.02.2017 09:01:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk 'A waste of life' as man killed on A1 Tributes have been paid to a 31-year-old Berwick man – 'a loving son, father, brother and friend' – who was killed on the A1 in the Borders on Saturday. Tributes have been paid to a Berwick man who was killed on the A1 at the weekend.
"23.02.2017 08:53:43" Timeline Photos Here's a look at today's Advertiser front page.
"22.02.2017 20:19:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumberland County Council budget passed: Cuts, capital spending and a tax hike A lengthy and sometime lairy debate this afternoon ended with the Labour administration at Northumberland County Council getting its budget for next year approved. Northumberland County Council budget passed: Cuts, capital spending and a tax hike
"22.02.2017 16:11:07" Timeline Photos WEATHER WARNING: The Met Office has issued an amber warning for snow in Northumberland tomorrow as Storm Doris moves eastwards across the country.
Read more at: http://trib.al/QnpaRyJ
"22.02.2017 14:02:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Seeing is Believing, says PCC The sexual conduct of complainants in rape trials was raised in court without the correct procedure being followed in 11 out of 30 cases examined in a new scheme. A report by Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner Vera Baird QC highlights how small changes to court processes could help improve the rape conviction rate.
"22.02.2017 13:07:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Clarks is crossing the road The Berwick branch of Clarks shoes is set to reopen by mid-March in new premises. These boots were made for walking and that's what the Berwick branch of Clarks Shoes is doing - across the road to new premises.
"22.02.2017 11:10:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Refurbishment for holiday park Eyemouth Holiday Park is being given a major facelift by Parkdean Resorts. Eyemouth Holiday Park - Park Resorts is being given a half-million pound facelift by Parkdean Resorts
"22.02.2017 09:47:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Burglars target four Northumberland villages in one night Thieves stole jewellery and cash – including money from charity boxes – during raids in Seahouses, Glanton, Wooler and Rothbury. Burglars have targeted four north Northumberland villages in one night.
"21.02.2017 15:34:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Short-list for sports awards is revealed The annual Berwick Sports Awards evening will be held next Friday (March 3) and a short-list from those nominated has been revealed by organisers Sport Berwick. Short-list for Berwick Sports Awards is announced
"21.02.2017 14:55:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bedmax supports young eventer Sophie Hall has been chosen to represent Detchant-based equine bedding producer Bedmax through the 2017 season as the winner of its second national Young Rider Scholarship. Equine bedding producer Bedmax has chosen the winner of its second national Young Rider Scholarship.
"21.02.2017 12:39:46" Timeline Photos A beautiful afternoon for a stroll at Berwick pier. Thanks to Darren Chapman for this picture.
"21.02.2017 10:26:34" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Plenty in the pipeline at GMC Berwick-based builders GM Craig (GMC) has completed its 33-home development at Meadow Grange on the northern outskirts of the town. A Berwick-based builder has completed its 33-home development on the northern outskirts of the town and there's a lot more work in the pipeline.
"21.02.2017 08:49:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Disorientated walkers rescued in Cheviots Two walkers were guided down from The Cheviot after getting into navigational difficulty in low cloud yesterday afternoon. Two walkers were guided down from The Cheviot after getting into navigational difficulty in low cloud.
"20.02.2017 17:06:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Mum tells how autism shapes family's life The daily highs and lows of life for families of autistic children are being catalogued in a blog started by Coldstream's Lauren Hamilton. A Borders mum is cataloguing the daily highs and lows of life for families of autistic children.
"20.02.2017 14:01:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick man dies in three-vehicle A1 accident A 31-year-old Berwick man was killed in a fatal road accident on the A1 at Burnmouth in the early hours of Saturday morning. A Berwick man was killed in a road accident on the A1 at the weekend.
"20.02.2017 13:12:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk First Tweedmouth win since October Tweedmouth Ams 3-2 Jed Legion Football: First Tweedmouth win since October
"20.02.2017 13:11:48" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Highfields spot on for win in Laidler/Lancaster Cup semi's On a day of Cup ties it was mainly teams from the First Division who were victorious with the only shock being Highfields United gaining a deserved victory at Lowick albeit in penalties after extra time. Football: Highfields spot on for place in NNL Cup Final
"20.02.2017 13:10:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Great fightback as Rangers beat ten-man league leaders Forfar Berwick Rangers 3-2 Forfar Athletic Football: Great fightback as Rangers beat league leaders
"20.02.2017 11:37:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ord Parish Council round-up Berwick Stadium Trust members John Bell and Henry Gray gave a presentation on their hopes to build sports and leisure facilities on land at East Ord. The vice-chairman felt this would be a benefit. Find out what's been happening at Ord Parish Council with our news round-up.
"20.02.2017 09:26:43" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Push being made to get Reston station open by 2020 Rail campaigners are calling for work on new stations planned at Reston and East Linton to start in 2019 in the hope of having them operational by 2020. Rail campaigners are calling for work on new stations planned at Reston and East Linton to start in 2019.
"20.02.2017 06:00:04" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: Just like a watercolour - Roderick Bruce's brilliant Sunday sun on Beadnell beach.
"19.02.2017 17:42:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Planned roadworks for the North East Highways England has a number of planned roadworks in the North East over the coming week, including parts of the A1 in Northumberland. Planned roadworks for the North East...
"19.02.2017 15:50:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Tillside residents
to be surveyed A household survey form is being delivered to every home in Tillside parish to seek the views of residents about future planning and development. Residents are being surveyed by Tillside Parish Council.
"19.02.2017 14:20:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Etal Flower Show needs your help New committee members are needed to help run Etal Flower Show. Show your support for Etal Flower Show
"19.02.2017 13:18:25" Berwick Coastguard Big thank you to our colleagues at Seahouses Lifeboat Station for taking team members out on the boat today.
"19.02.2017 12:20:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Photographer taking websites to next level A specialist digital photographer is taking business websites to the next level with 360° HDR virtual tours and panoramic photography. Virtual tours by a Seahouses photographer are proving popular with businesses.
"19.02.2017 10:30:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Meg's Mount works plan Northumberland County Council's countryside section will be undertaking work to improve the path surface and handrail on the Meg's Mount footpath, starting on Monday, February, 27. Footpath works are planned at Meg's Mount in Berwick.
Read more: http://trib.al/l67AT3w
"19.02.2017 08:57:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk St Mary's pupils are best buddies The school council and teachers have been busy at Berwick St Mary's CE First School this half-term reviewing how well playtimes are managed. Best buddies at Berwick St Mary's CE First School
"19.02.2017 06:30:19" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: Bamburgh Castle at dawn, by Darren Chapman. Beautiful!
"18.02.2017 18:40:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police aim to put the brakes on disorder Police are targeting illegal off-road motorcycle disorder on and around the Cheviot Hills. Northumbria Police working to curb any disorder issues in the Cheviots.
"18.02.2017 17:04:05" North Northumberland Tourism Association Northumberland is nominated in 3 categories of the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards.
Nature Reserve of the Year: Farne Islands
Best Holiday Destination: Northumberland Coast
Beach of the Year: Embleton Bay.
You can see the details here
"18.02.2017 16:05:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Transformation of Berwick building wins award The refurbishment of the former Youngmans building in Berwick has won an award. A renovated Berwick building has won an award.
What would you have given the prize to?
"18.02.2017 15:40:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Seahouses school stays safe online Seahouses Primary School recently joined the global Safer Internet Day campaign to promote the safe and responsible use of technology. Pupils at a Seahouses school have been learning about the importance of staying safe online with help from Northumbria Police
"18.02.2017 14:33:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk See the stars at Berwick Museum and Art Gallery Communities across the UK are celebrating the scientific heroes on their doorsteps with the help of the Royal Society's Local Heroes scheme. Come and see the stars at Berwick Museum!
"18.02.2017 13:58:56" Timeline Photos Dawn at Spittal beach by Darren Chapman. Stunning!
"18.02.2017 13:05:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Old Bridge to close in the spring for investigation work Berwick Old Bridge is set to close to vehicles for up to two weeks for essential investigations into the overall condition of the historic structure. Investigative works planned on Berwick's historic Old Bridge this spring.
"18.02.2017 12:10:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New fish passes open up South Low stream Work has been carried out on a north Northumberland stream to make it easier for fish to migrate and spawn. New fish passes have been built on a north Northumberland waterway after work by the Environment Agency and Northumberland Rivers Trust
"18.02.2017 11:34:39" Timeline Photos Gorgeous picture of Bamburgh Castle taken by Carmelle Stewart-Hook this morning.
"18.02.2017 10:18:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Cash and jewellery stolen from north Northumberland properties Police are appealing for witnesses following several burglaries in north Northumberland. Police have appealed for information following several burglaries and thefts in the area.
"18.02.2017 09:36:38" The Curfew Micropub Just heard that we have won The CAMRA North Northumberland Pub If The Year award for the 2nd year running!!
Thanks to all that voted for us, we are over the moon!
Let's drink to that
"18.02.2017 08:33:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Heritage lamps plan abandoned by town council Plans to spend up to £50,000 on Victorian-style heritage lamp stands around Berwick have been abandoned. Plans to spend up to £50,000 on Victorian-style heritage lamp stands in Berwick have been abandoned. What do you think?
"17.02.2017 16:03:00" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Cragside reopens after winter Essential maintenance has been carried outover the winter at Cragside, near Rothbury, which will reopen for the February school half-term. Cragside House, Gardens and Estate opens its doors again tomorrow after a winter of essential maintenance, including cleaning 6,000 books.
"17.02.2017 15:17:59" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Belford museum arranges lecture on WW1 trench art Belford Hidden History Museum's First World War-themed programme of events continues on Sunday with a lecture on trench art. Fascinating stuff. Take a look at First World War trench art at Belford Hidden History on Sunday.
"17.02.2017 14:12:37" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Wooler home care company must improve A Wooler-based home-care company has been handed a requires-improvement rating following an inspection by the regulator. A Wooler home-care company has been told it must improve by the Care Quality Commission, although its caring was rated as good.
"17.02.2017 13:07:50" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick cancer group receives Guiding Light Berwick and District Cancer Support Group, more commonly known as Berwick's Cancer Cars, is this year celebrating its 25th anniversary. The Berwick and District Cancer Support Group is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
"17.02.2017 12:08:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk No probe into bullying claim An allegation of bullying against a Berwick town councillor will not be investigated further. An allegation of bullying against a Berwick-upon-Tweed Town Council member will not be investigated further.
"17.02.2017 11:05:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Councillor hits out
at licensing allegation A Berwick councillor has denied any wrong-doing over his application for a licence for the online sale of alcohol from his home. A Berwick councillor has hit back after questions were raised over a licensing application.
"17.02.2017 10:04:54" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Street is 'like a runway waiting for aeroplanes' Recently installed lights on a Berwick street have been likened to those on an airport runway. A #Berwick street has been likened to an airport runway after new lights were installed.
"17.02.2017 09:21:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Get involved in plans for Wooler's future Wooler's Neighbourhood Plan, which will help affect development in the parish for the next 15 years, is beginning to take shape. Plans are taking shape which help affect development in the Wooler area for the next 15 years.
"16.02.2017 16:49:53" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Springtime in Horncliffe It may have been cold and grey outside but spring was in the air in Horncliffe on Saturday. Spring was in the air in Horncliffe when the village held its annual bulb show.
"16.02.2017 15:55:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ex-Wooler police station could be turned into a B&B An application to convert Wooler's former police station into a guesthouse has been lodged with Northumberland County Council. Plans are afoot to turn Wooler's former police station into a guesthouse.
"16.02.2017 14:59:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Figures show business in Berwick is booming New data shows Berwick is punching above its weight when it comes to business start-ups. Good news. Figures show business is booming in Berwick when it comes to start-ups.
"16.02.2017 13:41:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Academy students spend day in the dock Year 13 students from Berwick Academy recently spent a day at the town's police station and magistrates' court. Students from Berwick Academy swapped the classroom for the courtroom when they spent a day in the dock.
"16.02.2017 12:32:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Documentary paints grim picture at HMP Northumberland Troubles at HMP Northumberland were exposed by BBC's Panorama programme following an undercover investigation. An undercover investigation by BBC Panorama has revealed prisoners off their heads on drink and drugs at HMP Northumberland.
"16.02.2017 11:43:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Coast path drop-in sessions Drop-in sessions to discuss the creation of a new route along the Northumberland coast are taking place. Drop-in sessions to discuss a Natural England long-distance trail right round the coast are being held in north Northumberland.
"16.02.2017 10:33:22" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Estates' lights cause concern Concerns about new LED street-lighting being introduced in Berwick have been raised by county and town councillors. Berwick-upon-Tweed Town Council and Northumberland County Council members are concerned about new LED street-lighting in Berwick.
"16.02.2017 09:55:24" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Anne Forbes bids for Berwick North A town councillor has thrown her hat into the ring for the Berwick North seat at the Northumberland County Council elections this spring. A Berwick-upon-Tweed Town Council member has thrown her hat into the ring for Northumberland County Council elections in May
"16.02.2017 09:10:05" Timeline Photos Here's a look at today's front page, with a link to the lead story.
"15.02.2017 19:06:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Local produce on the menu at pop-up dinners Gasparro's Restaurant in Bridge Street is hosting two specially-created pop-up dinners, providing a chance to taste some of the best locally-sourced food and drink. The best in local produce will be on the menu at pop-up dinners in Berwick.
Find out more: http://trib.al/bSD3MT2
"15.02.2017 18:15:45" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council scoops national award for partnership work Northumberland County Council has scooped a national award for its partnership work with town and parish councils. Northumberland County Council has won an award for its partnership working with town and parish councils.
"15.02.2017 17:50:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Work starts on new £32m county council headquarters A ground-breaking ceremony has been held to mark the start of work on the new £32 million headquarters for Northumberland County Council. Work is underway on the new Northumberland County Council HQ in Ashington.
"15.02.2017 17:28:01" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Leader defends £8.5m investment at Alnwick Garden Northumberland County Council has stressed the benefits to taxpayers and the wider economy of a planned loan to a world-class tourist attraction. Plans to loan £8.5m to The Alnwick Garden for a major new play attraction have been defended by Northumberland County Council
"15.02.2017 16:30:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk MP helps to launch fair tax campaign Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan has joined MPs of all parties to demand fair taxes and good practice from large businesses. Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP backs fair tax campaign.
"15.02.2017 15:40:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Former Scotland hooker takes DRR over English line Scotland's oldest firm of land agents and agricultural advisors have staked new territory in the north of England. A former Scotland rugby international has opened a business in Berwick.
"15.02.2017 14:39:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk WATCH: Council leader on investment in north Northumberland The leadership at Northumberland County Council has highlighted investment in the likes of Alnwick and Berwick, as it sets out the reasons behind its £380million spending programme. The leader of Northumberland County Council has been speaking about investment in the Berwick and Alnwick areas.
Watch the video here: http://trib.al/6hdLTW6
"15.02.2017 14:01:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Business is tackling youth homelessness Yorkshire Building Society in Berwick is holding its first action fortnight from Monday, in support of its new three-year charity partnership with End Youth Homelessness (EYH). The Berwick branch of Yorkshire Building Society is helping to tackle youth homelessness.
"15.02.2017 13:00:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Parents call for delay in school closure process Worried parents have called on governors to delay the potential closure of St Mary's CE Middle School in Belford. Campaigners have called for all options at St Mary's C of E Middle School Belford to be properly considered, and that more time is therefore needed.
"15.02.2017 12:11:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Reassurances given on Berwick hospital plans Healthcare leaders have confirmed their absolute commitment to rebuild Berwick Infirmary following a pause in the redevelopment process. An update on plans for a new £25 million hospital in Berwick has been issued.
Read more: http://trib.al/7mY9Crr
"15.02.2017 11:38:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rangers' vote on new directors at AGM Berwick Rangers FC held their AGM on Monday when, for the first time in many years, there was an election/vote for directors. Football: Rangers vote on new direcors at AGM
"15.02.2017 11:12:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ryan Greenkeeper of the Year Berwick greenkeeper Ryan McCulloch has been named 'Greenkeeper of the Year' by BIGGA (the British and International Golf Greenkeepers' Association) Golf: Ryan is 'Greenkeeper of the Year'
"15.02.2017 11:10:57" northumberlandgazette.co.uk World's best riders will be on show at Burgham in 2017 Burgham International Horse Trials is Northumberland's only international event – and is fast becoming one of the best in Britain. Equestrianism: World's top riders will be on show at Burgham
"15.02.2017 10:33:34" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Howick gets £100,000 investment Northern Powergrid has invested £100,000 to improve the landscape in the village of Howick. A £100,000 investment in Howick has been completed by Northern Powergrid
"15.02.2017 09:57:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New play attraction at Alnwick Garden set for £8.5m loan Plans for 'a ground-breaking play village, with the largest play structure in the world' at The Alnwick Garden have been lodged. A major new play attraction is planned at Alnwick Garden.
"14.02.2017 14:17:08" Maltings Berwick Today, Europe's number 1 country music show, The Legends of American Country present a fantastic night paying tribute to country legends such as Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Kenny Rogers, Patsy Cline & Don Williams. With an authentic stage set to give you
"14.02.2017 13:34:01" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Health trust chief receives accolade The head of a North East NHS trust has been named the best mental health trust chief executive in the country. Top ranking for Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust chief executive.
"14.02.2017 11:54:56" Berwickshire News Asbestos has been dumped in a skip at Eyemouth Recycling Centre - so now the council is having to close the centre while the hazardous material is disposed of safely.
"14.02.2017 11:37:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pupils meet furry friends Pupils from Scremerston First School have been treated to a series of exclusive pet care workshops at the new Pets at Home store in Tweedmouth. Pupils from Scremerston First School have been making furry friends at Berwick's new Pets at Home store.
"14.02.2017 09:34:04" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council launches leisure survey Berwick Town Council has developed a survey to help it respond to the consultation on proposals for a new leisure centre for the town. Berwick-upon-Tweed Town Council wants the views of local residents on what facilities are wanted/needed if a new leisure centre is built.
"13.02.2017 15:20:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk GPs offered chance to help reduce demand on NHS services North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) is offering General Practitioners the chance to work within its clinical hub in order to provide a better service to patients and reduce the demand on the emergency care system. GPs are being invited to help North East Ambulance Service reduce the pressure on NHS services.
Read more: http://trib.al/b2c8aBh
"13.02.2017 15:12:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Learmonth runs off with 800m British indoor title Guy Learmonth is the 2017 British Athletics indoor champion for 800m. Athletics: Learmonth runs off with British indoor 800m title
"13.02.2017 15:11:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rangers see another vital two points slip from their grasp Stirling Albion 2-2 Berwick Rangers Football: Rangers see another vital two points slip from grasp
"13.02.2017 14:32:01" Northumberland Gazette Ahead of tonight's BBC Panorama episode, the programme has released more details about some of the shocking things that its undercover reporter witnessed at HMP Northumberland, including drugs and lapses in security. He was also told by one prison officer
"13.02.2017 14:31:21" Northumberland Gazette VIDEO: Watch a preview of tonight's explosive Panorama episode which shows the problems at HMP Northumberland. And also read, in his own words, the undercover reporter's experiences during his stint at the prison. His shocking testimony includes tales of
"13.02.2017 14:30:10" Berwickshire News After a £1.9m renovation, Greenlaw Town Hall is on the market now for just a fraction of that.
"13.02.2017 14:27:49" St Mary's C of E Middle School Belford The parent consultation meeting on the will take place tonight at school from 7.00 p.m.
Representatives from the Dioceses and Local Authority and Governing Body will be present to answer any questions.
If you are unable to attend this meeting there
"13.02.2017 14:26:40" Lindisfarne Walk to D'Feet MND Lindisfarne Walk to D'Feet MND
"13.02.2017 14:21:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Quiz night in Wooler The time has come to brush up on your general knowledge in preparation for the Glendale Agricultural Society's (GAS) annual quiz night on Tuesday, February 21 at the Tankerville Arms Hotel, Wooler and sponsored by H&H Insurance Brokers and H&H Land and Sign up for the Glendale Show - Glendale Agricultural Society quiz night.
Read more: http://trib.al/Oeb8GiZ
"13.02.2017 12:24:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Street-lights scheme passes halfway point An ambitious scheme to replace more than 40,000 streetlamps across the county is now more than half complete. New street-lighting is being introduced in the Berwick area. What do you think?
"13.02.2017 11:16:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk £300,000 council loan could help expand facilities at Kielder A charity which helps to transform the lives of people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities each year is in line for a £300,000 loan. A £300,000 loan to Calvert Trust Kielder is being considered by Northumberland County Council.
"13.02.2017 10:25:00" Berwick Advertiser's cover photo
"13.02.2017 09:53:01" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Walkers rescued from the Cheviots A group of walkers were safely rescued after getting stranded in the Cheviots on Sunday. A 10-strong group of walkers has been dramatically rescued from the Cheviots by teams invluding Northumbria Police Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team and Border Search and Rescue Unit
"13.02.2017 09:30:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police chief welcomes research findings Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner, Dame Vera Baird QC, has welcomed new research by the Police Foundation which says neighbourhood policing needs to be protected. Northumbria Police chiefs have stressed the importance of neighbourhood policing.
"12.02.2017 18:45:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Attention all: Stan's army tale reveals he was far from idle Stan Yates is a man who is used to telling a story or two. After a colourful and successful career in the army, Stan could always be relied upon to share a tale. Former soldier puts pen to paper to write book on his life in the British Army http://trib.al/mPJUwMK
"12.02.2017 14:30:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Claire taking on marathon trek Etal woman Claire Joicey is taking her love of walking to a new extreme next month. Claire taking her love of walking to the extreme as she prepares to walk the length of the UK for charity http://trib.al/9bD7p5s
"12.02.2017 11:30:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Cheque given to St Oswald's Hospice Mayor of Berwick Ivor Dixon has presented a cheque for £500 to St Oswald's Hospice. It follows a collection made at the funeral of his late wife, Eileen, 70, who passed away in December. Mayor of Berwick presents cheque to St Oswald's Hospice following collection at funeral of his late wife http://trib.al/5d5SJvL
"12.02.2017 09:45:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Funding helps youth group out Berwick & District Youth Activity Group has received funding from Northumberland County Council's community chest scheme and Berwick Town Council. Council funding will help youth group purchase much-needed computer equipment http://trib.al/AwvMPuI
"11.02.2017 18:45:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Coastguard volunteers get long-service awards A hundred years of combined service to the Coastguard by Northumberland volunteers was recently recognised with a medal ceremony. Coastguard volunteers with more than 100 years service between them are honoured for their work http://trib.al/sFxS13J
"11.02.2017 16:45:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New service for dementia sufferers in Berwick A new service offering people living with mild to moderate dementia a chance to enhance their 'thinking skills' has been launched. A new service supporting people with mild to moderate dementia is launched http://trib.al/zOrywzS
"11.02.2017 14:45:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bishop of Berwick in maiden service The first Bishop of Berwick in more than 400 years made his first visit to the town since his consecration on Sunday. The first Bishop of Berwick in more than 400 years holds his maiden service http://trib.al/EOBCNhv
"11.02.2017 13:51:37" Timeline Photos Fancy a trip out this afternoon? Then pop up to Horncliffe spring show where you might meet the delightful Herbert who, at 96, produced this winning pot of daffodils. Full round-up of the show in Thursday's paper.
"11.02.2017 12:45:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ford included in council's schedule of bridge repairs Repairs are due to be carried out on several bridges in north Northumberland over the next few months. Work to take place later this year to repair Ford Bridge http://trib.al/RgozuXV
"11.02.2017 10:55:42" berwick-advertiser.co.uk AA award for the Queen's Head The Queen's Head Hotel in Berwick has won an AA rosette award for culinary excellence. Delight for Berwick pub as it is presented with prestigious AA award http://trib.al/GSEQoom
"10.02.2017 19:01:55" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Plans are lodged for Paxton pub An application for planning permission to extend The Cross Inn at Paxton has been submitted to Scottish Borders Council. Plans lodged for changes at Paxton pub
"10.02.2017 16:01:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Wooler pupils take in hustle and bustle of the city Children in the Reception Class at Wooler First School recently visited Newcastle to experience some culture. Wooler pupils in the Toon...
"10.02.2017 15:00:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumbria Police agree precept rise Northumbria Police's element of council tax is to rise to fund the recruitment of new police officers. Northumbria Police is increasing its precept to fund the recruitment of new police officers.
"10.02.2017 14:02:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Plans are coming together for county day Organisers of the first Northumberland Day are urging all residents to get involved and take up the baton of celebration planning. Plans are coming together to celebrate Northumberland Day
"10.02.2017 12:30:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Jobs firm opens an office on Ramparts A national recruitment consultancy has opened a Berwick office. Recruitment firm Work Power Recruitment opens new office in Berwick.
"10.02.2017 12:06:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Further consultation promised before any action on ford The Environment Agency has confirmed that it will be carrying out more consultation before any work takes place at the Haugh Head ford on Wooler Water. Update on works planned at Haugh Head
"10.02.2017 11:40:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Wooler workshops to help residents answer IT queries Residents of Glendale can have their computer queries answered at two workshops set to be held in the Cheviot Centre in Wooler. Live in Glendale? Got an IT problem? Maybe this could help..
"10.02.2017 11:18:07" Berwick Deserves Better VALENTINE'S WEEKEND
A musical fund raiser night for Berwick and Districts Friends of Dementia.
"10.02.2017 11:17:51" Ford & Etal Live music at Etal Hall tomorrow night! http://www.ford-and-etal.co.uk/events/event/756-etal-live-music-the-furrow-collective
"10.02.2017 11:10:17" Heatherslaw Light Railway Looking for something to do at February half term? Why not join us at the Heatherslaw Light Railway for our "Searching for Spring" week. We will be running from Monday 20th to Friday 24th from 11am, every hour until 2pm. The service will be hauled by our
"10.02.2017 10:50:54" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumberland leading the way to improve health Northumberland has been announced by NHS England as one of only 15 areas nationally set to accelerate work to involve local people in taking more control of their own health and wellbeing. Northumberland is one of only 15 areas across England chosen to lead the way in a health and well-being project.
Find out more: http://trib.al/gWiXcKS
"10.02.2017 09:01:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick bypass junction 'an accident waiting to happen' Safety concerns have been raised with Highways England about a junction on the A1 Berwick bypass. This junction on the A1 Berwick bypass has been labelled 'an accident waiting to happen'.
What do you think?
"09.02.2017 17:08:59" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Morrisons raises the steaks for Valentine's Day Morrisons Berwick on North Road is to stock one of the world's most luxurious and expensive cuts of steak – the Chateaubriand – but for a quarter of the price of some steak houses. Steak from Morrisons in Berwick on special offer ahead of Valentine's Day!
"09.02.2017 16:38:52" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Temporary closure of Berwick Old Bridge planned Berwick's Old Bridge is due to be closed in April for works to be carried out. Berwick's Old Bridge will be closed this spring for investigative works.
Read more: http://trib.al/HmzIUPn
"09.02.2017 15:34:03" Northumberland Gazette A councillor is calling for the reinstation of concessions at Northumberland leisure centres for Armed Forces personnel. Do you agree?
"09.02.2017 15:32:30" Northumberland Gazette Plans for 'a ground-breaking play village, with the largest play structure in the world' at The Alnwick Garden have been lodged with Northumberland County Council Sounds like a great reason to take a little trip down to The Alnwick Garden!
"09.02.2017 15:00:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police road safety operation in Northumberland Northumbria's Special Constables are running a two day road safety operation this weekend in Northumberland. Specials from Northumbria Police will be in action this weekend for a road safety operation.
"09.02.2017 14:05:24" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New tablets benefit St Mary's pupils Berwick St Mary's pupils are really beginning to show the impact of the school's investment in ICT this year, with the children using the new tablets, for example, not only to develop their computing skills, but also providing opportunities to apply all New technology is helping children Berwick St Mary's CE First School
"09.02.2017 13:00:58" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Belford home care provider told it needs to improve Bell View's Help at Home service has been told that it needs to improve. Inspectors have told a Belford home care provider it must improve.
"09.02.2017 11:42:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ambulance chief reveals the pressure the service is facing North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) has defended its performance levels following criticism from a former governor. North East Ambulance Service has explained the pressures it is under.
"09.02.2017 10:30:27" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Inspectors give praise to Spittal care home Garden House care home in Spittal has received a 'good' rating from the Care Quality Commission. Good news for Garden House Care Home!
"09.02.2017 10:00:03" Timeline Photos Golden light on Cocklawburn beach was sent into us by Lighthouse Films. Maybe spring's not too far away!
"09.02.2017 09:39:43" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rangers release three players Berwick Rangers have released three players from their first team squad. Football: Berwick release three players
"09.02.2017 09:35:54" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Va va voom – Flint to fly the flag in France Young Berwick speedway rider Leon Flint is to ply his trade in Europe this summer after agreeing a deal to ride for French La Ligue Nationale side MCM Marmande. Speedway:Va-va-voom - Flint to fly the flag in France
"09.02.2017 08:59:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Extension of hoppa bus route to be explored Berwick Town Council is to explore the possibility of extending its hoppa bus service to take in Tesco and Asda. The possibility of extending Berwick's hoppa bus route to take in Tesco and Asda is being explored. Is that something you would like to see?
"08.02.2017 15:34:04" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick Town Council moves Berwick Town Council has moved office. It has moved from the Chandlery to Berwick Workspace. Berwick Town Council has moved.
"08.02.2017 15:12:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Otter-ly amazing Berwick resident James Keen spotted this otter in the same place three days running near the Old Bridge. Thanks to James Keen for sending this fabulous photo in.
"08.02.2017 14:50:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Story-time for Longridge juniors As part of National Story Telling Week, the junior department at Longridge Towers School has enjoyed listening to a range of stories, myths and tales around the camp fire. Once upon a time...
"08.02.2017 14:29:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk VIDEO: Parents launch fight to save Belford school Parents, pupils and grandparents have staged a protest against the potential closure of St Mary's CE Middle School in Belford. A protest has been held outside a Belford school facing the possible threat of closure.
Watch our video and read more: http://trib.al/lCmKUXr
"08.02.2017 13:06:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Funding for Reston station is now in place The funding to pay for Reston and East Linton stations is now in place but it could be be four to seven years before trains are stopping there. Good news for Reston - and also potentially for better local rail services between Berwick and Edinburgh.
We'd like to know if you'd use late night trains back from Edinburgh if they were available?
"08.02.2017 12:36:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Watered down plans for the Tweed After two years of consultation about plans to make major changes to the control of Scotland's fisheries, the Scottish Government has pulled back from many of their initial proposals. Planned changes to the management of the River Tweed.
"08.02.2017 10:32:01" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick Wheelers climb into saddle at Croft Winter Series It will come as no surprise that this week's Croft Winter Series instalment was once again a chilly one. Conditions were dry, but breezy, meaning an altogether different race than that of a fortnight past for Michelle Highfield and Neil Wilson. Cycling: Berwick Wheelers climb into saddle at Croft
"08.02.2017 10:30:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Loanee Hall bags Spittal's winner Whitburn 0-1 Spittal Rovers Football: Loanee Hall nets winner for Spittal
"08.02.2017 10:29:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New PB for Learmonth in Germany Guy Learmonth was once again in outstanding form at the IAAF World Indoor Tour in Karlsruhe, Germany. Athletics: New PB for Learmonth in Germany
"08.02.2017 10:26:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk County's business start-ups at record high New figures just out show that more new companies were registered in Northumberland during 2016 than in any previous year. Northumberland's business start-ups are at a record high.
"08.02.2017 10:05:25" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Cup exit for Colts as Gala net a late winner Gala Hotspur 4-3 Berwick Colts Football: Cup exit for Berwick Colts as gala net late winner
"08.02.2017 10:04:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk 'Sunderland book their place in final North Sunderland booked their place in the final of the Anderson Cup in the North Northumberland League when they beat Lowick 4-0 in the semis on Saturday. Football: North Sunderland book place in NNL cup final
"08.02.2017 09:38:49" Berwick Community Trust If anyone is looking to donate to the foodbank, all non perishable items are gratefully received and if you are looking for something more specific to donate, we are in need of UHT long life milk, tinned potatoes, meals in a tin and pet food. We always
"08.02.2017 09:04:01" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick MP warns of people using firearms to kill seagulls Berwick's MP says people in the town have been using their own firearms to cull an out of control population of seagulls. Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP has spoken about people using firearms to kill seagulls in Berwick.
Let us know what you think?
"07.02.2017 20:28:48" The Curfew Micropub SAVE THE DATE.....
"07.02.2017 19:11:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Knitters sought to produce Ganseys for historic voyage Volunteer knitters are being sought to be part of a project to support an ambitious voyage to Antarctica. Get knitting folks!
"07.02.2017 16:19:51" The Southern Reporter Great news for Kelso Skate Park Project.
"07.02.2017 15:39:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Plans for eventual dualling of the A1 to Berwick confirmed Hopes that the remaining 25 miles of single carriageway on the A1 in Northumberland will eventually be dualled have received a further boost. Plans to eventually dual the A1 as far as Berwick have received a further boost.
"07.02.2017 15:00:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Plea issued by region's NHS The region's NHS is again making a plea to the public to only use A&E and emergency services for serious and immediate emergencies following an extremely busy weekend. Only use A&E and emergency services for serious and immediate emergencies, NHS organisations in the north east plead.
Read more at: http://trib.al/PJ20FcO
"07.02.2017 14:30:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Capital spending of £380m next year divides opinion Investing in a vision for the future or increasing debt with risky spending – contrasting views on Northumberland County Council's new budget. Contrasting views have been aired about Northumberland County Council budget plans at today's cabinet meeting.
"07.02.2017 13:53:55" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Students sign up for work to help wildlife Northumberland Wildlife Trust has strengthened its conservation team with the arrival of two students on placement from university for the next six months. Students are helping wildlife in Northumberland with help from Northumberland Wildlife Trust
"07.02.2017 10:58:44" Berwickshire News The River Tweed yields its first spring salmon of the season
"07.02.2017 10:57:24" Berwickshire News It's going to cost to spend a penny soon...
"07.02.2017 10:55:38" Northumberland Gazette Motorists using the B6344 to and from Rothbury can now expect the disruption to continue into next month thanks to a three-week closure.
"07.02.2017 10:34:45" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Salvation Army appeals for cornets The Salvation Army in Berwick has issued an appeal for unwanted cornets. Any cornets going spare? Berwick Salvation Army needs them to meet demand from keen youngsters.
"07.02.2017 10:07:04" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Children and their families learn about internet safety School children and families across Northumberland are learning about on-line safety as part of an international Internet Safety Day. It's Internet Safety Day today. Children - and their families - across Northumberland are learning more about how to stay safe online.
"07.02.2017 09:32:31" The Berwick and District Cancer Support Group Our annual around the walls sponsored walk was another great success this morning. Thank you to everyone who turned out. The weather was kind to us this year and we all enjoyed our 'lap' of Berwick. Great to see so many friendly faces. Our biggest
"07.02.2017 09:32:06" The Berwick and District Cancer Support Group As our 4 cars are all white it is easier for us to give them names to allocate them to drivers for their runs. For our latest new car we invited 'The Berwick Division Girl Guiding' to vote and name the car. This afternoon the girls, consisting of
"06.02.2017 16:46:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New Pets at Home shop in Berwick is officially opened The controversial new Pets at Home store in Tweedmouth had its grand opening on Friday. Berwick's new Pets at Home store has opened.
It caused plenty of controversy when it was being built but what's the final verdict?
"06.02.2017 13:12:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Three Bandits' 'greats' inducted into Supporters' 'Hall of Fame' Berwick Speedway Supporters' Club made their latest inductions into the Bandits' 'Hall of Fame' at the weekend. Speedway: Three Bandits' 'greats' inducted to 'Hall of Fame'
"06.02.2017 13:11:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Thomson treble as Rangers record a welcome victory Berwick Rangers 4-1 Annan Athletic Football: Thomson the hat-trick hero for Berwick
"06.02.2017 10:47:47" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Oysters offer gives Morrisons shoppers a taste of romance Morrisons in Berwick is selling oysters at 25p each in an effort to encourage shoppers to get in the mood for romance ahead of Valentine's Day. Love is in the air at Morrisons in Berwick!
"06.02.2017 10:01:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick 'twinned' with Welsh town for trial Berwick is one of ten UK towns to have been selected to participate in a domestic 'twinning' trial aimed at reinvigorating local town economies. Berwick is one of 10 UK towns selected for a twinning trial aimed at providing ideas for economic revival.
"06.02.2017 09:43:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Wooler one of 10 UK towns selected for twinning trial Wooler is one of ten UK towns to have been selected to participate in a domestic 'twinning' trial aimed at reinvigorating local town economies. Wooler has been 'twinned' with a Northern Ireland village as part of a new trial.
"06.02.2017 08:54:04" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Businesses urged to give views on Berwick's economic plan Berwick business leaders have been urged to get behind the wider community in drawing up an economic plan for the town. Businesses are being encouraged to give their input to the Berwick economic plan.
"05.02.2017 17:30:19" Timeline Photos The latest round of funding from the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is now open for applications.
Read more at: http://trib.al/MuQypTi
"05.02.2017 15:30:36" Timeline Photos Horncliffe will stage its 59th spring bulb show on Saturday, February 11.
Read more at: http://trib.al/7oIhZjK
"05.02.2017 13:30:17" Timeline Photos 'Berwick is on the up, with refurbished shop units and increased take-up on its industrial estates giving cause for optimism.' This is the bold claim made by Cllr Eric Goodyer, chairman of the town's neighbourhood plan steering group.
Read more at:
"05.02.2017 11:30:13" Timeline Photos The first Naafi break of 2017, organised by the north Northumberland branch of the Royal British Legion, will be held at Berwick Voluntary Centre.
Read more at: http://trib.al/PXy0hMV
"05.02.2017 09:26:29" Timeline Photos A tourism campaign to promote the range of activities available in Northumberland led to hundreds of people visiting the area, new data has revealed.
Read more at: http://trib.al/KjKB5Ys
"04.02.2017 19:30:42" Timeline Photos Berwick Civic Society will hold one of its popular Question Time – Vision for Berwick sessions next week.
Read more at: http://trib.al/U20DALf
"04.02.2017 17:20:09" Timeline Photos Author and artist Niel Bushnell delighted pupils at Seahouses Middle School when he paid them a visit last Wednesday.
Read more at: http://trib.al/EmBHzVk
"04.02.2017 17:15:56" Timeline Photos A woman has died after suffering cardiac arrest in the Wooler area.
Read more at: http://trib.al/7ysps7D
"04.02.2017 15:15:11" Timeline Photos Before the birds start to nest, there is a window of opportunity to put into action some of the management recommendations for one of nine heughs in the iconic Peregrini Lindisfarne landscape.
Read more at: http://trib.al/ElZ9ZVF
"04.02.2017 13:00:27" Timeline Photos Farmers are being warned of their responsibilities to properly store slurry and silage after a dairy farmer and his company were fined £19,162 for twice polluting a protected watercourse.
Read more at: http://trib.al/2Sbk6ka
"04.02.2017 11:30:28" Timeline Photos At a time when the future of Belford's Community Club, and the building in which it is based, is very much in doubt, the village museum has acquired an item dating from the building's very beginnings.
Read more at: http://trib.al/SfL6XLv
"04.02.2017 09:16:03" Timeline Photos The recently ordained Suffragan Bishop of Berwick, the Rt Rev Mark Tanner, will attend his first service in Berwick Parish Church tomorrow morning.
Read more at: http://trib.al/Y6d7XNb
"03.02.2017 16:37:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick MP leads debate on Armed Forces covenant report Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan led a full day's debate in the Commons Chamber on the Armed Forces Covenant Report 2016 – the MoD's annual evaluation of who the nation is living up to its commitments to our service personnel and veterans. Berwick's MP has been leading a debate in the Commons Chamber...
"03.02.2017 16:01:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick school develops outdoor learning Reception children at St Mary's CE First School in Berwick are certainly making the most of the forest school approach to learning. Pupils at St Mary's First School in Berwick are learning about the great outdoors.
"03.02.2017 15:30:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick MP supports state visit of President Trump Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan has given her backing to the proposed state visit of President Trump. Berwick's MP has released a statement outlining her views on President Trump's proposed state visit.
"03.02.2017 15:15:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk BUSINESS AWARDS: Winners announced at celebration dinner Enterprise across the county was celebrated at the Northumberland Business Awards last night. Congratulations to Willie and Daphne Robson of Chain Bridge Honey Farm!
"03.02.2017 14:45:25" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ex-Berwick fireman dies during course A former Berwick fireman died on Thursday whilst attending a Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service training course. A former Berwick fireman has sadly passed away, whilst on a training course.
"03.02.2017 14:15:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Holy Trinity pupils celebrate Earth Day Holy Trinity First School in Berwick held its first Earth Day recently. Pupils at Holy Trinity First School in Berwick have been learning about the importance of looking after our planet.
Watch our video here:
"03.02.2017 13:15:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Conservatives unveil their candidate for Berwick East BerwickConservatives have announced Hayley Nichols as their candidate for the Berwick East seat in May's elections for Northumberland County Council. How do you think the contest for Berwick East is shaping up?
"03.02.2017 12:20:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Electric avenue bid could provide boost
to green tourism Berwick is one of 11 towns and cities chosen to be part of an ambitious bid to the European Union to secure funding to promote the take-up of green and sustainable transport. A funding bid has been submitted which could lead to the creation of the Northumberland Electric Avenue.
Read more: http://trib.al/l3J6aeL
"03.02.2017 11:30:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New leisure centre plan prompted by
refurbishment cost Council plans to build new sports and leisure facilities in Berwick have been prompted by the 'significant' cost of refurbishing the Swan Centre. The costs of refurbishing the Swan Centre and, in particular, its swimming pool, lie behind the proposal to build a new centre in Berwick.
"03.02.2017 11:00:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Town must forge links
north of the border The importance of Scotland to Berwick's economy has been stressed by the lead officer of the North of Tyne devolution bid. The importance of the Borders and Scotland as a whole to the economic well-being of Berwick has been stressed.
"03.02.2017 10:00:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick councillor calls for tourism support A local councillor has been lobbying the Labour administration at Northumberland County Council to leverage the potential of Berwick as a tourism hub for north Northumberland and the Borders. A Berwick county councillor is pushing for more tourism support for the town.
"03.02.2017 09:30:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ramshackle shiel in Cheswick dunes is put up for sale One of the few remaining fishing shiels on the Northumberland coast has been put on the market. How about this for a project?
"03.02.2017 09:01:35" berwick-advertiser.co.uk RSPB calls for action as birds of prey continue to be killed Illegal persecution of birds of prey is still happening all too regularly in the countryside, including Northumberland, according to the RSPB's Birdcrime 2015 report. The RSPB has raised concerns about the illegal persecution of birds of prey in Northumberland and other areas.
"02.02.2017 19:01:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Tenant wanted at historic Etal pub The Black Bull in Etal - Northumberland's only thatched roof pub - is up for let. Ford and Etal Estate is planning a refurbishment of the Black Bull pub - and is looking for the right tenant. Could it be you?
"02.02.2017 16:15:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Skipping certificates for St Cuthbert's Pupils from St Cuthbert's RC First School in Tweedmouth are pictured with their awards after taking part in the Berwick skipping festival. Proud pupils at St Cuthbert's First School.
"02.02.2017 15:10:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Sherriff extends John Deere dealership area John Deere dealer Thomas Sherriff & Co has extended its reach across Northumberland and Scotland. Thomas Sherriff & Co has extended its reach...
"02.02.2017 14:02:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ted on the road to recovery thanks to helmet therapy A nine-month-old north Northumberland baby is making a remarkable recovery from flat head syndrome thanks to helmet therapy. Read how helmet therapy is helping a local boy...
"02.02.2017 13:00:28" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Reassurances given on bridge safety Concerns about apparent cracks in the Royal Tweed Bridge in Berwick have been downplayed. Reassurances have been provided about the safety of a Berwick bridge.
"02.02.2017 12:00:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Concerns raised at plans to remove ford Ensuring that residents are consulted and kept up to date with proposals for the Haugh Head ford is a key concern, a public meeting has heard. Concerns have been raised about the proposed removal of a river ford near Wooler.