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"05.12.2016 09:31:39" Northumberland Gazette Pop sensation Jess Glynne is coming to Alnwick for the return of the Alnwick Castle summer concert. Read all about it here. Jess Glynne is playing at Alnwick Castle next summer. Our sister paper the Northumberland Gazette has the story.
"04.12.2016 17:12:43" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Spittal shiel is ready for Santa Spittal's old fishing shiel has undergone a magical makeover for the arrival of Santa next weekend. The old fishing shiel in Spittal has undergone a magical makeover for the arrival of Santa.
"04.12.2016 15:21:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Cowe's researcher gives fascinating talk to Probus Club When a United States firm asked 68 years ago for permission to make Berwick Cockles, the famous peppermint sweet, they received an instant 'no' from William Cowe and Sons of Bridge Street, Berwick. The fascinating history of the famous Berwick Cockles kept members of Berwick Probus Club enthralled.
"04.12.2016 13:04:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Little donkeys given star role in Bamburgh Faberge and Fancy Pants, two very cute donkeys, had starring roles in the carol service at St Aidan's Church in Bamburgh at the start of the Christmas lights switch-on ceremony. Two donkeys were the centre of attention Bamburgh's Christmas lights switch-on ceremony.
"04.12.2016 11:07:42" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Awards celebrate cadets' successes of the past year Berwick Army Cadets recently held its annual awards night in a packed Guildhall, celebrating the successes of the past year. Berwick Army Cadets celebrated the successes of the past year at an awards night.
"04.12.2016 10:17:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Planned roadworks on A1 and A19 in Northumberland and North Tyneside The following roadworks are being planned by Highways England for Northumberland and North Tyneside during the coming week. Out and about this coming week? Check out the planned Highways England roadworks for the region.
"04.12.2016 09:07:32" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Another poor season for Tweed salmon As the Tweed salmon season draws to a close, it will be reporting yet another very poor season. It's been another poor season for salmon fishing on the Tweed this year, with a catch of late running salmon at its lowest for 33 years.
"03.12.2016 18:06:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ministers urged to fund Reston station Borders MSP John Lamont is urging ministers to commit to fully funding the reopening of Reston station following the increase in Scottish Government infrastructure funding in Chancellor Phillip Hammond's autumn statement. Ministers are being urged to fund the reopening of Reston station.
"03.12.2016 16:06:45" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Courses for special needs students offered by Northumberland College Northumberland College has opened a Foundation Academy providing five day a week courses for young people with special education needs or disabilities, to help them make the best transition from school to the world of work. Northumberland College has launched courses to help young people with special educational needs or disabilities into the world of work.
"03.12.2016 13:05:32" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Reality TV show to reveal chef's culinary skills A Berwick restaurateur is set to appear in a reality TV series trying to find the best Indian chef in the North East. A Berwick restaurateur is taking part in a reality TV series search for the North East's best Indian chef.
"03.12.2016 10:12:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Lifeboat crewman awarded medal for Eyemouth rescue Eyemouth RNLI crewman Dean Mark, who saved a man from drowning in Eyemouth harbour, was awarded a silver medal at the National Police and Public Bravery Awards. An RNLI crewman who saved a man from drowning has been rewarded for his bravery.
"03.12.2016 09:24:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick artist's work is going up for auction A rare opportunity to see the lesser known side of Berwick artist Frank Watson Wood senior (1862-1953) is on show at Newcastle auctioneers Anderson & Garland. There's a chance to snap up watercolours by one of Berwick's most significant artists when they come under the hammer next week.
"02.12.2016 21:37:06" Timeline Photos The Northstar Centre tonight lit up the Royal Border Bridge red and yellow to mark the UN's International Day of Disability. The bridge will be lit in the same colours tomorrow night. Picture by David Sanderson
"02.12.2016 17:03:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Air ambulance flies critically ill man to hospital The Great North Air Ambulance has been in action in Berwick for the second successive day. The air ambulance has been called to Berwick again, this time to fly a critically ill man to hospital.
"02.12.2016 15:00:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pupils get to explore the world of work Berwick Middle School recently held its annual Careers Week, during which pupils were off their usual timetable to participate in activities with a careers, jobs and enterprise theme. Berwick Middle School pupils have been learning about the workplace.
"02.12.2016 14:00:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Wedding goes with
a ring and a prayer A Berwick minister was sworn to secrecy by a bridegroom when he officiated at a traditional wedding ceremony with an unusual twist. Owls delivered the wedding rings at a Berwick couple's wedding!
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"02.12.2016 13:25:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ofsted: Pupils' progress still too slow at Academy Berwick Academy is making improvements in some subjects but the overall impact of changes made in recent months is variable and pupils' progress remains too slow. Ofsted inspectors have delivered a mixed verdict on Berwick Academy. Improvements are being made but not quickly enough.
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"02.12.2016 13:15:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Planners urged to listen to 'the Berwick perspective' Concerns have been expressed about proposed modifications to the design of the new offices on the former Kwik Save site in Berwick. Modifications to the former Kwik Save site have been submitted - and caused wider concerns about the planning system.
"02.12.2016 12:27:27" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Residents warned over email scams Residents are being urged by Northumberland County Council's Trading Standards to be on their guard over phishing email scams. Watch out for two email scams doing the rounds...
"02.12.2016 11:21:32" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Plans lodged for £4m Amble scheme Arch has submitted a planning application for a new 30-bedroom hotel development at Amble's Coquet Enterprise Park. Plans lodged for a £4m hotel development in Amble.
"02.12.2016 10:30:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Feedback will be used to guide Bridge Street plans A pop-up market stall asking for the views of residents and shoppers about one of Berwick's main streets attracted considerable interest. Feedback is given on plans for Bridge Street in Berwick.
"02.12.2016 09:55:43" berwick-advertiser.co.uk ENT service moves into Union Brae GP practice ENT and Audiology patients usually seen at Berwick Infirmary will now have their appointments at the Union Brae GP Practice in Tweedmouth. A clinic previously held at Berwick Infirmary moves to Union Brae in Tweedmouth from today.
"02.12.2016 09:14:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Festive appeal for help issued by food bank Organisers of Berwick's busy food bank are putting out a festive plea to help them bring some Christmas cheer to people in need. Berwick Food Bank is appealing for donations so it can add a little festive cheer to its parcels.
"01.12.2016 21:00:57" Timeline Photos An annual service that gives people the change to honour loved ones by lighting a candle in their memory will take place at venues across North Northumberland over the next week.
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"01.12.2016 19:30:27" Timeline Photos Berwick's Royal Border Bridge will shine yellow and red tomorrow and Saturday night in recognition of the UN's International Day of Disability, and in honour of the 16,000 people living with a disability in Northumberland.
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"01.12.2016 18:20:11" Timeline Photos Comedian Jim Davidson visited the Magna Tandoori restaurant on Bridge Street when he was in Berwick last week.
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"01.12.2016 17:11:46" Timeline Photos The Great North Air Ambulance was called to Tweedmouth earlier today to go to the aid of a poorly three-year-old boy. He was subsequently flown to the RVI hospital in Newcastle.
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"01.12.2016 16:00:24" Timeline Photos The trustees of a community building in Belford have issued a response after discussions at last month's parish council meeting.
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"01.12.2016 14:20:03" Timeline Photos Businesses have a one-in-four chance in a 12-month period of being affected by an information technology security breach, according to a Government survey, warns Craig Little, Partner at Greaves West and Ayre, the Berwick-based chartered accountants.
"01.12.2016 12:30:34" Timeline Photos Rhoda Taylor celebrated her 100th birthday with staff at Berwick Care Home on Monday.
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"01.12.2016 11:00:49" Timeline Photos The reopening of the Brown Bear pub in Berwick has been delayed by a week.
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"01.12.2016 10:03:06" Timeline Photos A new campaign raising awareness of domestic abuse has been launched in the Northumbria Police region in the run up to the festive season.
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"01.12.2016 09:12:33" Timeline Photos Here is today's front page. You can read the lead story here: http://trib.al/288qLy7
"01.12.2016 08:53:35" Timeline Photos The Mayor of Berwick has issued a public apology for likening the new Pets at Home store in Tweedmouth to a Polish prison.
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"30.11.2016 18:55:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Forum to tackle issue of empty properties North East councils have established an empty property forum to take a coordinated approach to reduce the number of empty homes and help tackle the housing shortage. Northumberland County Council has joined a forum trying to tackle the issue of empty homes.
"30.11.2016 18:00:55" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Urgent care changes set to come into force Leaders at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust are reminding people living in North Tyneside and Northumberland how to access services if they need urgent help from their local NHS this winter. Temporary changes in the way urgent care is delivered in Northumberland come into force from midnight.
"30.11.2016 16:40:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk EU funding confirmed for rural grant scheme A key rural EU fund will be supported for at least another two years, the Government has confirmed. An EU funding supporting projects in rural Northumberland has been given another two years.
"30.11.2016 16:04:55" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Campaign boosts tourism economy A marketing campaign for Northumberland is estimated to have already boosted the Northumberland tourism industry by £400,000, with a further £1.49million of potential spend to come. The initiative, entitled It's In Our Nature, was launched by A marketing campaign has helped to boost tourism in Northumberland.
"30.11.2016 14:10:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Exhibition reveals details of A1 proposals Residents have had the chance to have their say on proposed improvements to the A1 in north Northumberland. Exhibitions in Berwick and Belford have revealed more about the planned improvements to the A1 in north Northumberland.
Get this week's Berwick Advertiser, out tomorrow, for an in-depth look at the plans.
"30.11.2016 11:43:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Duchess marks milestone at The Sill The Duchess of Northumberland joined Northumberland National Park Authority to celebrate an important stage in the construction of The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre. 93-year-old Jack Hope, from Wooler, helps the Duchess of Northumberland mark a milestone at The Sill.
"30.11.2016 11:02:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Magazine praises Wooler youth hostel The November issue of The Great Outdoors magazine lists Five of the Best Places to Stay in the UK. Two are in England, including Wooler Youth Hostel – described as 'just like youth hostels used to be (minus the chores)'. Outdoors magazine praises Wooler Youth Hostel
"30.11.2016 10:33:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Shoppers help horsewoman Gayle in her Para Dressage bid Generous customers from Rutherfords of Morpeth department store helped to raise £500 to help put disabled Northumberland horsewoman Gayle Bloomfield on the road to success. Equestrianism: Cash boost for Seahouses horsewoman
"30.11.2016 10:01:22" berwick-advertiser.co.uk England blow hot and cold at European curling finals Berwick curler Andrew Reed represented England at the Le Gruyere European Championships in Glasgow at the weekend. Curling- Northumberland curler in England team at Euro's
"30.11.2016 09:39:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick man wins national health hero award An ambulance worker from Berwick is one of the first ever winners of the Our Health Heroes awards, set up to celebrate the work of the thousands of support staff who keep the NHS running behind the scenes. A Berwick ambulance worker has won a national health hero award.
"29.11.2016 16:15:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Welcome service for Bishop of Berwick The new Suffragan Bishop of Berwick, the Right Reverend Mark Tanner, will make his first official visit to north Northumberland on Sunday The newly installed Bishop of Berwick is heading to north Northumberland this weekend.
"29.11.2016 15:34:03" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bamburgh man named volunteer of the year A Bamburgh man has received an award from the North East Ambulance Service for his efforts as a community first responder. A Bamburgh man has received an award for his voluntary work in the community.
"29.11.2016 14:11:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Plans in place for Christmas market Final preparations are being made by Berwick Rotary Club for the Christmas market on Sunday, December 11. Early birds at Berwick Rotary Club have been doing their bit for the town this festive season - and are now gearing up for the Christmas market.
"29.11.2016 13:00:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Broadband: Ofcom orders legal split of BT and Openreach The regulator Ofcom has today announced that BT must be legally separated from Openreach, which runs the UK's broadband infrastructure. Berwick's MP has welcomed news that BT be legally separated from Openreach.
"29.11.2016 12:00:28" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council given £1.3m to tackle potholes Northumberland is set to get the largest share in the North East as the Government unveils the allocations of its pothole fund for next year. Northumberland has been given funding to fix potholes. Any specific areas they need to tackle?
"29.11.2016 10:55:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Man dies in north Northumberland pub Inquiries are ongoing after a 30-year-old man died in a Bamburgh pub during the early hours of Sunday. Man dies in north Northumberland pub.
"29.11.2016 10:25:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rangers' game switched to Tuesday Berwick manager John Coughlin says it is imperative his side gets back to winning ways . . . and quickly. Football: Change of date for Rangers game
"29.11.2016 10:24:59" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Stanwix bags nine goals for Craster It was another frustrating weekend in the North Nothumberland League withn only two games surviving the weather. Football: Stanwix nets nine goals for Craster in NNL
"29.11.2016 10:16:28" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Councillors call for phone boxes to be retained Berwick Town Council has expressed concern at proposals to remove little-used public phone boxes. Town councillors call for several public phone boxes to be saved, while mountain rescue teams have voiced concerns at their removal from remote parts of Northumberland.
"29.11.2016 09:41:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Serenity basks in awards success Serenity Farne Island Boat Tours has expressed delight at winning a silver award at the North East Tourism Awards. Well done to Serenity Boat Tours for winning a silver award!
"29.11.2016 09:05:42" Berwick Deserves Better Disruption on the trains in both directions today due to incident at Edinburgh.
Check before you travel is the advice as it appears some trains that stop in Berwick will be cancelled.
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"28.11.2016 17:24:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Mental health services get
a £2.7m boost Mums and pregnant women in the North East will benefit from a £2.7 million boost to specialist mental health services in the region. Funding boost for mental health services in Northumberland.
"28.11.2016 16:39:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Call made for bigger parking bays Berwick Civic Society chairman Zoreen Hill has called for the size of parking bays to be increased. Are bigger parking bays needed? What do you think?
"28.11.2016 15:56:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Suicides at Acklington prison are on the rise The number of prisoners who have committed suicide at HMP Northumberland is the highest it has been in the last four years, new figures reveal. New figures show an increase in suicides at HMP Northumberland.
"28.11.2016 13:39:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Multi-storey car parks proposed Plans for several multi-storey car parks to increase parking capacity to manage the growing number of workers, shoppers and visitors in Morpeth, Ashington, Hexham and Cramlington have been unveiled by Northumberland County Council leader Grant Davey. Multi-storey car parks are being proposed in several Northumberland towns.
"28.11.2016 11:49:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Businesses rally round for Ben BCA, the used vehicle marketplace has raised £56,000 at a sale to help raise money for Ben, the organisation that partners with the automotive industry to provide support for life to its people and their families. It has a home at Birch Hill, Norham. Funds raised for BEN, the charity of the motor industry, including Birch Hill at Norham.
"28.11.2016 06:17:04" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: Hugh Campbell took this serene picture while waiting for sunrise on Pilgrims' Way, Holy Island, on Saturday. We can't think of a finer place to wait!
"27.11.2016 20:56:23" Timeline Photos Lindisfarne Festival has been shortlisted for a gong in the UK Festival Awards 2016, and early-bird tickets are going on sale tomorrow (Monday).
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"27.11.2016 19:10:42" Timeline Photos Planned roadworks on A1 and A19 in Northumberland and North Tyneside this week: http://trib.al/VNLg0Yy
"27.11.2016 15:26:06" Timeline Photos Three friends from Duns complete enormous challenge of the Mongolian Car Rally.
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"27.11.2016 14:00:55" Timeline Photos Fund-raising is in the bag for Glendale Show - Glendale Agricultural Society. Look out for its coffee morning next month.
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"27.11.2016 12:27:05" Timeline Photos Berwick 900 project leaves a lasting legacy
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"27.11.2016 12:03:55" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: It's that iconic view of Bamburgh Castle again, this time beautifully photographed by Jen Adams, who sent this picture from Stoke-on-Trent, saying "Missing my Northumbrian beach walks!"
"27.11.2016 11:11:06" Timeline Photos Two Simpsons Malt Limited employees have retired after more than 45 years' combined service.
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"27.11.2016 09:46:37" Timeline Photos Food redistribution charity, FareShare North East, is searching for hundreds of 'heroes against hunger'.
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"26.11.2016 21:13:28" A big night out for Faberge and Fancy Pants! The two very cute donkeys had starring roles in the Carol service at St Aidan's Church in Bamburgh at the start of the Christmas Lights switch-on ceremony. The church was packed with villagers who processed
"26.11.2016 17:16:04" Timeline Photos The congregation at St John's Church in Spittal has said farewell to Reverend Ann Peters.
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"26.11.2016 16:10:05" Timeline Photos Rotary Club of Berwick will be erecting a 35-foot Christmas tree in Golden Square as well as erecting decorative lights on the New Bridge tomorrow. http://trib.al/mHrMWkC
"26.11.2016 15:00:50" Timeline Photos A flooded and frosty scene spotted by our photographer Jane Coltman at Weetwood Bridge near Wooler today. Remember we also love to see your pictures too!
"26.11.2016 14:59:07" Timeline Photos Berwick Rotary Club's festive fund-raising effort got off to a great start with a fashion show in the town hall.
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"26.11.2016 13:52:21" Timeline Photos The Duchess of Northumberland has officially opened the North East's newest and most advanced NHS centre for simulation-based training.
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"26.11.2016 12:00:27" Northumberland Gazette Have you seen Jessie Hall? The Northumberland 16-year-old has been missing since mid-October. Please spread the word.
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"26.11.2016 10:46:15" Timeline Photos New £2million Shannon-class lifeboat welcomed to the Northumberland coast last week.
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"26.11.2016 09:01:48" Timeline Photos Doddington Dairy, near Wooler, wins at World Cheese Awards
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"25.11.2016 15:30:34" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pub project is making progress The race is on to get the Brown Bear pub in Berwick back up and running for its scheduled opening on December 1. Here's the latest on the Brown Bear refurbishment...
"25.11.2016 12:15:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Doddington Dairy wins at World Cheese Awards Award-winning food producer Doddington Dairy, near Wooler, has won gold, silver and bronze in the World Cheese Awards. Congratulations to the team at Doddington Dairy
"25.11.2016 12:00:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Longridge does its bit for Children in Need Schools from across north Northumberland got involved in fund-raising activities for Children in Need. Longridge's headmaster sporting a new look - all for a good cause!
"25.11.2016 11:00:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Seahouses lights up for the festive season Seahouses got into the festive spirit early when it became the first town in north Northumberland to switch on its Christmas lights. Switch-on in Seahouses
"25.11.2016 10:00:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick boy completes mini-triathlon A Berwick youngster has raised a fantastic £300 for Children in Need. A Berwick schoolboy has been raising money for Children in Need. Well done Guy!
"25.11.2016 09:22:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Plans to convert Spittal fishing shiel are welcomed Plans to convert an historic fishing shiel in Spittal have been welcomed by Berwick Town Council. Plans to bring an old fishing shiel back to life are another step closer...
"24.11.2016 16:15:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk MP welcomes boost for rural communities Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan has welcomed measures in the Chancellor's Autumn statement which will boost rural communities and the infrastructure on which they rely. Berwick's MP has welcomed announcements in the Chancellor's autumn statement.
"24.11.2016 15:15:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Residents call for A1 dualling to start Residents and businesses have been finding out more and having their say as more detailed plans for upgrading the A1 go on show. North Northumberland residents call for A1 upgrade to start ASAP.
"24.11.2016 14:00:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Cowe redevelopment entering its final phase The £1million-plus restoration and repair of the historic former Cowe buildings in Berwick has reached an important milestone. Renovation work on the Cowe buildings is entering the latter stages.
"24.11.2016 13:00:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick MP raises Belford Station and A1 dualling issues Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan called for the platform at Belford Station to be extended and said she would continue to push for full dualling of the A1 in Northumberland. Belford Station could be back on the agenda...
"24.11.2016 12:12:48" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Mayor: New pet shop 'is like a Polish prison' The new Pets at Home store under construction in Tweedmouth has been likened to a Polish prison. The Mayor and town council has had its say... what do you think of it?
"24.11.2016 11:10:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ex-pupil up for Turner Prize A former Berwick High School pupil is one of the four finalists in this year's prestigious Turner Prize. Hasn't she done well! Do you remember Josephine from her days at Berwick High?
"24.11.2016 10:20:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New candidate enters the running for Berwick North Local historian Jim Herbert has announced he is standing as a candidate for Berwick North in the Northumberland County Council elections in May. A well-know Berwick man has entered the fray for the council elections.
"24.11.2016 09:40:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumberland beaten by Cornwall for third year in a row It was third time unlucky for Northumberland last night after losing out to Cornwall in the British Travel Awards again. Northumberland pipped again...
"24.11.2016 08:53:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick photographer wins prize A stunning shot of the Farne Islands by Raymond Johnston from Berwick has won first prize in the North East England Chamber of Commerce and Northumbrian Water photography competition. A Berwick man has won a photography prize.
"23.11.2016 15:52:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Christmas shoeboxes are sent on their way More than 800 shoeboxes filled with goodies for under-privileged children have begun their long journey to eastern Europe with Samaritan's Purse. Some 800 Christmas shoeboxes have been sent on their way from Berwick.
"23.11.2016 15:07:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Darren pedals way through cyclocross series With the road racing season wound down for another year, thoughts swiftly turn towards how to hold form and fitness through the challenging months ahead. Cycling: darren pedals way through cyclocross series
"23.11.2016 12:48:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Switch-on for lights Berwick's Christmas lights will be officially switched on this Saturday. Berwick's Christmas lights will be officially switched on this Saturday.
"23.11.2016 12:01:02" Ford Christmas Market Over 50 stalls of quality local produce and crafts plus some great street food. Come along and enjoy a great day!
"23.11.2016 11:49:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Longridge pupils in chess competition A team from Longridge Towers travelled to John Spence High School in North Shields to take part in the regional qualifiers for the National Schools Chess championships. Longridge pupils have taken part in a regional chess contest.
"23.11.2016 10:04:22" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Seahouses B&B wins gold at tourism awards St Cuthbert's House in North Sunderland has been crowned bed and breakfast of the year at the North East England Tourism Awards. Seahouses B&B strikes gold - and other successes for north Northumberland
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"23.11.2016 09:22:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Tackling elderly isolation Abbeyfield is marking its 60th anniversary with the launch of its national Companionship at Christmas campaign for isolated older people living in the communities around its 500-plus homes. Abbeyfield has launched its Companionship at Christmas campaign.
"22.11.2016 16:30:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Student detectives given murder mystery to solve Budding would-be young detectives at a Berwick school were given a murder mystery to solve by Northumbria Police. Student detectives from Berwick Middle School have been busy...
"22.11.2016 16:00:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rail service hopes get a £2 million funding boost A rail campaign group has welcomed increased funding of more than £2million aimed at putting stations back on track. Hopes for new railway stations between Berwick and Edinburgh have received a £2m boost.
"22.11.2016 15:30:28" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rambling for Children in Need Staff from Dalgleish Citroen in Coldstream took to the hills to raise money for the BBC's Children in Need appeal. Staff from Dalgleish Citroen in Coldstream have been rambling for Children in Need.
"22.11.2016 14:21:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Frank named River Tweed's first champion An octogenarian with an outstanding commitment to the protection and enhancement of the River Tweed and its surroundings has been named the Tweed Forum's first ever River Champion. The River Tweed's first champion has been announced... nice one, Frank
"22.11.2016 10:30:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Overnight closure for urgent care centres Leaders at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust are taking temporary but necessary steps to ensure that the skills of vital urgent and emergency care nursing staff are maximised during what is expected to be an extremely busy winter for the NHS. Urgent care centres in Northumbria are to be temporarily closed overnight due to winter pressures.
"22.11.2016 09:03:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Road and rail misery for travellers in Northumberland Flooding on roads and railways has made it a miserable commute for many people in Northumberland. There are problems on the roads and railways this morning due to the bad weather.
"21.11.2016 20:58:36" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: Here comes the snow storm over the Cheviots, with low-lying fog over Wooler this morning. Picture by Chloe Heslop
"21.11.2016 16:45:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Puffin catches the judges' eye to win Northumberland photo contest A photo taken by a visitor to the Farne Islands has been chosen as the front-cover image for next year's Northumberland Coast Visitor Guide. This great picture taken on the Farnes has won a competition.
"21.11.2016 16:05:32" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Wood hat-trick in narrow Spittal win Spittal Rovers 4-3 Whitley Bay BC Footba;;: Wood hat-trick in Spittal win
"21.11.2016 16:04:35" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Lavery sending off changes game after Rangers' revival Clyde 3-2 Berwick Rangers Football: Lavery sending off changes game for Rangers
"21.11.2016 16:03:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bandits complete their 2017 line-up after signing four riders Berwick have completed their starting line-up for the 2017 season with the confirmation of four signings in the past week. Speedway: Bandits complete their 2017 line-up
"21.11.2016 16:00:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick Academy takes runners-up spot Enterprising schoolchildren from around the North East took part in a competition to make the most profit on their Christmas market stalls. Well done to Berwick Academy!
"21.11.2016 15:31:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bridge turning red for World AIDS Day The Royal Border Bridge in Berwick is to be lit up red on December 1 to mark World AIDS Day and remind residents that HIV and AIDS have not gone away. The Royal Border Bridge in Berwick will be turning red to mark World AIDS Day.
"21.11.2016 13:58:45" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Road safety message is driven home to employees Northumbria Police's Op Dragoon team are supporting Road Safety Week by educating employees. Police support Road Safety Week - with comments from Berwick's own Jami Blythe.
"21.11.2016 12:41:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Cross-border rail travel on the rise Virgin Trains has seen a surge in cross-border rail travel after investing in 42 new services connecting Edinburgh to Newcastle and London. The number of cross-border rail passengers has increased...
"21.11.2016 10:10:46" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Two people rescued after yacht breaks down RNLI and Coastguard crews were called out to rescue two people aboard a broken-down yacht off the Northumberland coast. A yacht was towed to safety by lifeboat crew after breaking down off the Northumberland coast.
"20.11.2016 19:17:59" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Residents urged to stay well this winter Healthcare leaders in Northumberland are urging members of the public to look after themselves well this winter. Residents are being urged to stay well this winter http://trib.al/uygIon6
"20.11.2016 16:28:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Dancing the winter blues away in Belford Just one of the many activities and services Bell View in Belford provides throughout the winter period are tea dances for older people. Older people are dancing the blues away thanks to activities group http://trib.al/adN33tA
"20.11.2016 14:43:00" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Delegates from all over UK learn of Berwick's heritage Berwick Conservation Area Advisory Group (CAAG) is reflecting on its sixth successful autumn conference, held across two days with the Historic Town's Forum. Delegates from all over the UK spend two days learning about Berwick's heritage http://trib.al/SKmLoNS
"20.11.2016 13:17:19" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: Low winter sun through the trees (with picturesque sheep grazing in sunlight), at Haughhead, Wooler, by Helen Cowans.
"20.11.2016 12:40:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Festival quite literally a magnificent success Now that the pain of the celebratory hangovers has eased, the Berwick Literary Festival steering committee has been assessing the success of the third festival. Literary festival is hailed as the best one yet http://trib.al/yHrLwfW
"20.11.2016 11:45:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Milestone for BARK kennels Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels has celebrated the 10th anniversary of the opening of its kennels on the Ramparts Business Park. Kennels which have helped re-home nearly 4,000 animals celebrates its tenth anniversary http://trib.al/QoZoPBG
"20.11.2016 09:06:05" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Mini Vinnie's are at it again The Mini Vinnie's group at St Cuthbert's RC First School in Tweedmouth have been fund-raising. Youngsters at First School to take part in fund-raising after getting presentation http://trib.al/gaZyGev
"20.11.2016 00:08:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Wooler steps back in time with Victorian Christmas Fair An all-singing and all-dancing Christmas fair is being held in Wooler for the first time in years. A Victorian Christmas fair is coming to Wooler - but no Scrooges please!
"19.11.2016 19:06:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Watch out for waste cowboys Don't trust a 'white van man' offering to get rid of your rubbish on the cheap. Residents are being warned to be on their guard from 'waste cowboys' http://trib.al/wnaUn9J
"19.11.2016 18:42:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police give talk to eager beavers Neighbourhood police officers from Northumbria Police paid a visit to the 5th Berwick Scouts Group and gave a safety talk to a group of Beavers. Neighbourhood police offices give talk to a group of eager beavers http://trib.al/3M47Fwt
"19.11.2016 16:31:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Duchess of Northumberland backs mental health campaign The Duchess of Northumberland has backed an NHS campaign encouraging people of the north east to show they are ready to support those facing mental health difficulties. Duchess of Northumberland gives her backing to mental health campaign #PeopleNotPlasters http://trib.al/Lx86CJf
"19.11.2016 13:08:00" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pupils are given food for thought A dozen members of the Tweedmouth Community Middle School council delivered food parcels to elderly residents in the community last week as part of their Harvest Festival celebration. Pupils are given food for thought as they deliver food parcels to elderly residents in the community http://trib.al/8sZ1H0T
"19.11.2016 11:21:35" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Safety measures proposed at Berwick junction Berwick Town Council has welcomed proposed safety measures at the junction of North Road and Windsor Crescent. New safety measures proposed for Berwick junction are welcomed http://trib.al/nAd0IOl
"19.11.2016 09:47:01" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Chain Bridge news - and the latest from Horncliffe Parish Council The Friends of Union Chain Bridge are trying to increase their membership from 600 to 1,000. Group looking to support preservation of bridge aiming to increase their membership http://trib.al/2XxOlat
"19.11.2016 06:11:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk A lucky escape for injured buzzard Six months in to volunteering with the trust, I'm finding it's not just the animals that constantly surprise me, but many of the humans as well, for the care and concern they extend to the wildlife around them. Beautiful! A special visitor had Berwick Swan and Wildlife Trust buzzing this week.
"18.11.2016 22:53:59" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Players show Sense and Sensibility The Priory Players put on another brilliant performance a decade ago, as this picture shows. The Priory Players were all dressed up for a Jane Austen classic 10 years ago. Were you one of them?
"18.11.2016 19:33:45" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Jim Davidson's big break at Berwick A world famous comedian will take to the stage for a two-night stint at a Northumberland theatre next week. Look who's heading to Berwick The Maltings - @JimDOfficial!
"18.11.2016 18:14:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Patients have been confused As the nights draw in and temperatures fall it is good to know that our medical team at Belford Medical Practice and their branch surgery in Seahouses have planned well ahead for the coming winter. Beware of big businesses offering flu jabs, this health campaigner says.
"18.11.2016 17:51:44" Timeline Photos Police want to tackle Wooler football traffic issues
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"18.11.2016 17:35:50" Timeline Photos Simpsons Malt Limited climbs the regional ranking list
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"18.11.2016 17:11:43" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Our county is failing public The sense of outrage at the extent of the increases in leisure charges by our county council's offshoot for the use of publicly-owned facilities has been expressed in your paper "Our county is failing people and communities," - that's the view of one councillor. What do you think?
"18.11.2016 13:47:52" Timeline Photos Berwick Salvation Army is ensuring some 50-plus children from the town and the surrounding area will wake up to presents on Christmas Day.
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"18.11.2016 13:17:44" Timeline Photos Sports clothing giant Mammut is bringing its mammoth to GO Outdoors, Berwick, tomorrow.
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"18.11.2016 12:08:03" Timeline Photos Maltings Berwick Youth Theatre takes audience on an adventure to Narnia.
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"18.11.2016 11:29:59" Timeline Photos Next generation of engineers appointed at JH Woods, Berwick.
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"18.11.2016 11:09:06" Timeline Photos The co-ordinators of a locally-led taskforce have welcomed the news that the Jus-Rol factory has been acquired by Country Style Foods.
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"17.11.2016 20:37:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Spinning a mystery This group of spinners look like they were able to spin any kind of yarn, but who are they? This bunch seemed to be having a great time spinning yarns 25 years ago. But who are they, and what were they up to? Does anyone know?
"17.11.2016 17:50:14" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: The waning supermoon setting above the old bridge in Berwick. Great picture by Darren Chapman
"17.11.2016 17:05:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Refurbishment work gets under way at Brown Bear The much-anticipated but slightly delayed refurbishment of the Brown Bear pub in Berwick got under way yesterday. Work on the refurbishment of the Brown Bear pub got under way yesterday.
"17.11.2016 16:35:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Switch-on for Seahouses lights Festive lights are being switched on in Seahouses tonight with carols on Main Street around the Christmas tree from 6pm and seasonal refreshments in Pinnacles. Seahouses' festive lights are being switched on tonight!
"17.11.2016 16:15:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick patients benefit from plastic surgery service More people in the Berwick area requiring plastic surgery for minor procedures are now able to receive their treatment closer to home. Lots of people are using a plastic surgery service in Berwick, avoiding lengthy trips to other hospitals.
"17.11.2016 15:28:54" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Feedback wanted on A1 upgrade proposals Residents are reminded that a series of public consultation events on planned improvements to the A1 in Northumberland are being held. Public consultation events for proposed improvements to the A1 start tomorrow...
"17.11.2016 14:00:01" Timeline Photos Beautiful picture of Spittal, Berwick by Darren Chapman.
"17.11.2016 13:57:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick and north Northumberland villages hit by power cut The centre of Berwick, as well as Cornhill, Belford and Wooler, are currently without electricity supplies following a power cut. Berwick and north Northumberland villages hit by power cut
"17.11.2016 13:00:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Four Housing to review future of Westfield Park A Berwick play park which was threatened with closure has been given a temporary reprieve. A Berwick play park has been granted a reprieve while a review on its future is carried out.
"17.11.2016 12:13:15" Lighthouse Films Short 'news type' Film of the 5th Fusiliers preparing to leave Berwick upon Tweed station this morning at 6am. #FortheFallen
"17.11.2016 12:07:05" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pupils joined by horses, dogs and pigeons at service Holy Trinity First School welcomed police horses, police dogs and even pigeons to their Circle of Peace service on Armistice Day. A Berwick school had horses, dogs and even pigeons at its Armistice Day Circle of Peace.
"17.11.2016 10:30:32" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police to double firearms unit Northumbria Police will be increasing the number of firearms officers by more than 50 per cent to provide reassurance across the force area and give it the capability of responding quickly if needed. Northumbria Police is to increase its number of firearms officers by more than 50 per cent.
"17.11.2016 09:40:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick soldier is stabbed in the neck A Berwick soldier is recovering after suffered multiple stab wounds to his neck in an early morning incident at his barracks. A Berwick soldier was stabbed in the back of the neck and two men have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
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"17.11.2016 09:14:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Family debt taking toll on children in Northumberland More than 10,000 children in Northumberland are living in over 6,000 families trapped in problem debt, new research by The Children's Society reveals. Shocking new figures reveal that more than 10,000 children in Northumberland are living in families with problem debt.
"16.11.2016 19:30:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Long road to recovery after winter flooding Almost a year since storms and flooding caused millions of pounds worth of damage to Northumberland, work is still continuing to support communities and repair infrastructure. Northumberland County Council has outlined the work being done to recover from last winter's floods.
"16.11.2016 18:31:55" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police investigate Wooler incidents Police are appealing for witnesses following two incidents reported at Wooler bus station. Police are investigating incidents of criminal damage in Wooler.
"16.11.2016 16:30:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Artist applications invited Berwick Visual Arts and Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival is inviting applications for its annual artist's residency, starting in April. Artists are being invited to apply for a residency in Berwick.
"16.11.2016 16:00:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk RNLI assist police in coastline search Berwick all-weather lifeboat launched at 10.20am last Wednesday after a report by police of a missing person near Marshall Meadows. Berwick RNLI have been in action recently.
"16.11.2016 15:30:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Assistant police chief joins force Northumbria Police has announced that Vanessa Jardine will be joining the force on secondment as Temporary Assistant Chief Constable. She is currently the Chief Superintendent with responsibility for Public Protection at Greater Manchester Police. Northumbria Police has brought in a Temporary Assistant Chief Constable.
"16.11.2016 13:19:50" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bridge Street views wanted before council draws up improvement plans The public are being asked to give their views on how Bridge Street could be improved. Plans are going to be drawn up for Bridge Street in Berwick - but your views are wanted first. Tell us what you think...
"16.11.2016 12:30:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Brown Bear refurbishment begins The refurbishment of the Brown Bear pub in Berwick got under way today. Refurbishment work at the Brown Bear pub in Berwick is underway!
"16.11.2016 12:11:13" Christmas Fayre Christmas Fayre Our Christmas Fayre - always a great get together with a frist appearance of Santa, cakes, coffee, bacon rolls, stalls and the drawing of our Christmas Raffle.
"16.11.2016 12:10:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk MP launches annual toy appeal Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan has launched her sixth annual Christmas toy appeal. She is calling on residents to support the poorest children across the north east via the Salvation Army. Buy an extra gift for the poor this Christmas...
"16.11.2016 11:20:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Award for Rotary Club Berwick Rotary Club has been awarded a commendation for its international and community work during the presidential year of Chris Budzynski. It was handed over at a district council meeting last week. Berwick Rotary Club has won an award for saving Berwick's Christmas market last year.
"16.11.2016 09:33:08" Lighthouse Films The Bridge and the #Supermoon
"16.11.2016 08:27:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Broadband improvements rolled out to more villages The village of Rock has become the first location to be upgraded to superfast broadband in the second phase of the iNorthumberland programme. Villages in rural Northumberland can look forward to better broadband...
"16.11.2016 06:00:05" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: The sun setting in Seahouses, by Chloe Heslop. What a lovely sky.
"15.11.2016 16:02:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council vows to keep county clean Northumberland County Council has pledged to keep cracking down on the small minority who spoil the county's streets and landscapes. Northumberland County Council pledges to crack down on litter and dog fouling.
"15.11.2016 15:00:22" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Diabetes screening at Specsavers in Berwick This week following World Diabetes Day, Specsavers in Berwick is offering diabetes screenings as part of every eye test. Diabetes screening is being carried out with every eye test at the Berwick branch of Specsavers this week.
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"15.11.2016 14:11:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bridger surprise signing as Bandits announce first three Berwick Speedway have confirmed their first three signings for the 2017 season. Speedway: Bandits announce first three signings
"15.11.2016 14:10:47" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ambassador role for goalkeeper Harper Former Newcastle United goalkeeper Steve Harper has become a new ambassador of Northumberland Football Association. Football: Ambassador role for goalkeeper Harper
"15.11.2016 14:09:43" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Late goals are costly as Rangers lose to league leaders Forfar Forfar Athletic 2-0 Berwick Rangers Football: Rangers lose to league leaders Forfar
"15.11.2016 14:04:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick Middle School pupils on TV CBBC Newsround were at Berwick Middle School last Friday morning to do a live broadcast about the World Cup qualifier between England and Scotland later that day. Berwick Middle School pupils appear on live TV
"15.11.2016 13:30:24" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Call made for young firefighters to sign up Northumberland Young Firefighters Association (YFA) is recruiting new cadets across the county. Fire service cadets are being recruited in Berwick and Wooler.
"15.11.2016 12:37:28" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Funding boost for fishing industry European funding is set to help protect and develop employment in the North East fishing industry. Good news for fishing communities in Northumberland.
"15.11.2016 11:15:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Supermoon illuminates the night sky The biggest and brightest moon in almost 70 years fill the night sky over north Northumberland on Monday night. There were some great views of the supermoon over north Northumberland last night. Here's a selection of pictures...
"15.11.2016 10:13:46" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Patients praise GP practice Patients at Bondgate GP practice in Alnwick are benefiting from a new appointment system which is helping more people get access to healthcare advice quicker than ever before. A new appointments system introduced by a north Northumberland GP practice has been praised.
Do you think this should be introduced elsewhere?
"15.11.2016 09:42:35" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Complaints against Northumbria Police fall Figures released today show a fall in the number of complaints made by members of the public against Northumbria Police last year. The number of complaints against Northumbria Police has fallen...
"14.11.2016 16:40:36" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police to clamp down on motoring offences The new policeman in charge of keeping the region's roads safe has pledged to clamp down on the use of mobile phones whilst driving. The new head of motor patrols at Northumbria Police says his department will clamp down on motoring offences.
"14.11.2016 15:31:27" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick artist's work to be sold at Borders auction A collection of 21 watercolours by renowned Berwick artist Frank Watson Wood are being auctioned later this month. Paintings by Berwick's own Frank Watson Wood are being auctioned...
"14.11.2016 12:56:49" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Environment award for Farne Salmon Farne Salmon and Trout Ltd has been recognised as a champion of business sustainability at the 17th annual Vision in Business for the Environment of Scotland (Vibes) Awards. Farne Salmon has won an award for its work in environmental sustainability.
"13.11.2016 19:57:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Coldstream marks Remembrance Sunday Coldstream paid its respects to the fallen with a parade and service on Remembrance Sunday. Coldstream marked Remembrance Sunday with a parade and service.
"13.11.2016 19:30:29" northumberlandgazette.co.uk Christmas jumper appeal for lamb born without fleece The owner of a lamb born completely bald after being abandoned by its mother is appealing for hand-knitted jumpers to see him through the winter. Could you help Skippy?
"13.11.2016 18:00:24" northumberlandgazette.co.uk Roadworks in the north east Planned roadworks in the North East – summary for Monday 14 to Sunday 20 November If you've got travel plans over the next few days, here's a list of scheduled roadworks for the region.
"13.11.2016 17:51:19" Northumberland Coastguard HMCG Blyth SO and Seahouses DSO representing HM Coastguard at London.
"13.11.2016 17:00:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Cornhill memorial mystery leaves researchers perplexed The Parishes of Cornhill, Carham and Branxton gathered for a joint Remembrance Day Service in St Helens Cornhill for an extra special occasion. Could you help solve Cornhill memorial mystery?
"13.11.2016 16:30:08" northumberlandgazette.co.uk After years of war, how the Armistice finally heralded peace There are many moments that could be given the accolade of 'the beginning of the end' of the Great War. Read the story of how the Armistice heralded peace
"13.11.2016 16:00:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Funds raised for air ambulance A birthday party has raised £220 for the Great North Air Ambulance. A birthday bash in Berwick has raised funds for the air ambulance.
"13.11.2016 15:00:48" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New plans lodged by wedding venue Plans have been lodged to construct five new buildings at a north Northumberland wedding venue. A north Northumberland wedding venue has revealed expansion plans.
"13.11.2016 14:00:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Health leaders visit Northumbria Two of the top nurses in the NHS have today encouraged North East nurses and midwives to continue putting the region at the forefront of innovation in the NHS by leading and inspiring high quality patient care. NHS leaders have been in the region for a nursing conference.
"13.11.2016 13:28:00" Holy Island Coastguard Rescue Team HM Coastguard - Holy Island at the Remembrance Sunday Service at St Mary's Church and Cenotaph.
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"13.11.2016 13:00:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Charity fashion show Berwick and District Rotary Club presents its annual fashion show in the Guild Hall on Thursday, November 17. Berwick Rotary Club is gearing up for its charity fashion show.
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"13.11.2016 12:45:35" berwick-advertiser.co.uk WATCH: Berwick pays its respects at Remembrance service Berwick residents paid their respects to the fallen on Remembrance Sunday at the Castlegate war memorial. Video of Remembrance service in Berwick.
"13.11.2016 11:59:46" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick pays its respects at Remembrance service Berwick residents paid their respects to the fallen on Remembrance Sunday at the Castlegate war memorial. Hundreds turned out to pay their respects at Berwick's Remembrance service today.
"13.11.2016 10:45:35" Timeline Photos Berwick Concert Band play prior to the Remembrance service.
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"13.11.2016 09:26:50" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Respects paid at Indian war cemetery Berwick men Stephen Green and Ian Brown have returned from a visit to the site of one the most ferocious battles of the Second World War which halted the Japanese invasion of India. A pair of Berwick men have been to India to pay their respects to the fallen.
"13.11.2016 07:48:15" Timeline Photos Darren Chapman has submitted this lovely autumnal view of the River Tweed from Coldstream.
"12.11.2016 17:00:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Supermoon to illuminate the night sky The biggest and brightest moon in almost 70 years is set to fill the night sky. We'll see the biggest supermoon in almost 70 years on Monday night - but just in case it's cloudy we suggest taking advantage of clear skies this weekend!
"12.11.2016 16:41:43" Maltings Berwick The Maltings Youth Theatre has had a fantastic run, well done to all the cast for another successful night! If you haven't got your tickets yet, there's still time to see this wonderful production tonight at 7pm, so come and join us in Narnia...
"12.11.2016 16:00:24" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Changes to Flodden Day are mooted Flodden Day 2017 could finish with a torchlight procession and fireworks instead of the traditional ball. Changes to Flodden Day are being considered.
"12.11.2016 15:00:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk CAB celebrates pensions work success Citizens Advice Northumberland has welcomed new independent figures which show the success of Pension Wise. The CAB in Northumberland, including its Berwick branch, is doing some great work on pensions.
"12.11.2016 15:00:17" Fifth Fusiliers This is something very special - not done in recent memory .... Please share everyone.
The #Forthefallen #Virgintrains locomotive and train will travel from Berwick to London Kings Cross on the 17 November.
This is where it gets good... It will be Early birds will see this at Berwick station...
"12.11.2016 14:00:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Chance to talk to the funders face-to-face Twelve funders that award grants worth in excess of £14million per year to local organisations will be attending the latest funding event organised by Northumberland Community Voluntary Action (CVA). A funding fair is coming to #Seahouses later this month.
"12.11.2016 13:00:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Volunteers needed for Budle Bay clean-up Volunteers are being sought to help maintain a historic structure on the north Northumberland coast. Volunteers are wanted to help look after a historic structure on the Northumberland coast. #Budle #Bamburgh Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership
"12.11.2016 12:00:25" newsguardian.co.uk Statue to film star undergoes repairs A much -loved statue to one of the silver screen's biggest names has undergone extensive repairs. Repairs done to Stan Laurel's statue in the town where he lived as a child. #NorthShields @laurel_hardy
"12.11.2016 11:50:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Award for Kielder Waterside Kielder Waterside has been presented with a top regional tourism award by holiday giant Hoseasons. Kielder Waterside has won an award from holiday company Hoseasons.
"12.11.2016 11:01:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Landslip work up for award The work to repair the Crag End landslip, near Rothbury, has been shortlisted for a national civil engineering award, voted for by the public. A project to repair a landslip near Rothbury has been shortlisted for an award.
"12.11.2016 10:00:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Shared graduation A Berwickshire couple were among 560 students graduating with The Open University in Scotland recently. Well done to Paul and Linda Trickett on their shared graduation. #Foulden
"12.11.2016 09:02:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Artistic success Eyemouth Rotary youth convenor Jo Pawley presents the winning school trophies for the Rotary District 1020 Young Artist competition for intermediate class to Eyemouth High School head teacher Robin Chapman and the senior class to principal art teacher Artistic success for Eyemouth High School.
"12.11.2016 05:59:06" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: Darren Chapman photographed a super sunrise at Spittal yesterday.
"12.11.2016 04:36:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Money can be better spent I sometimes wonder if Grant Davey and I belong to the same Labour Party. Why is the county council borrowing money to speculate on shopping centres and more when there are local service needs? This reader is dismayed.
"11.11.2016 21:52:23" morpethherald.co.uk OPENCAST: No value for money here How many hundreds of thousands of pounds of council taxpayers' money is Northumberland County Council willing to waste, seeking to uphold its short-sighted approval for the huge opencast coal mine at Highthorn, beside Druridge Bay.; This campaigner has hit out at the cost of Northumberland County Council defending its Highthorn opencast approval. What do you think?
"11.11.2016 20:40:36" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Manor contents up for auction Artwork, collectibles and more went under the hammer 25 years ago.�The contents of Akeld Manor were up for auction in November 1991, with some stunning pieces on offer. The contents of Akeld Manor were put up for sale 25 years ago. Did you bag a bargain?
"11.11.2016 20:02:05" Timeline Photos Farmers and landowners are better prepared to deal with the risk of wildfire incidents after a session hosted by Northumberland Fire Group.
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"11.11.2016 19:45:14" Timeline Photos After a very poignant day of reflection, the Royal Border Bridge, Berwick, has been turned red tonight, marking the 98th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Picture by David Sanderson.
"11.11.2016 18:40:44" Timeline Photos Perryman's buses operation's director has agreed to meet residents unhappy about recent changes to the 253 Berwick-Edinburgh service.
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"11.11.2016 17:29:52" Timeline Photos Berwick to remember fallen heroes. Read more: http://trib.al/EOIV3fh
"11.11.2016 16:41:32" Timeline Photos Berwick Town Council is seeking face-to-face talks with Active Northumberland over the new pricing structure introduced at its leisure centres. Read more: http://trib.al/TTznNjy
"11.11.2016 16:19:42" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pharmacists right at the heart of new model of health care A new way of training clinical pharmacists is underway in Northumberland as part of widespread work to improve the integration of health and care services between hospital, in the community and in patients' own homes. A new way of training clinical pharmacists is under way in Northumberland as part of widespread work to improve the integration of health and care services between hospital, in the community and in patients' own homes. Read more: http://trib.al/6xVReCp
"11.11.2016 15:44:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk East Ord park wants to allow permanent residents Ord House Country Park wants to allow some of its residents to be able to live on site all year round. Ord House Country Park wants to allow some of its residents to be able to live on site all year round.
"11.11.2016 14:55:55" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumberland war memorials listed for protection Twelve war memorials in Northumberland have been newly listed as part of Historic England's pledge to protect 2,500 memorials across the country by 2018, to mark the centenary of the First World War. Twelve war memorials in Northumberland have been newly listed as part of Historic England's pledge to protect 2,500 memorials across the country by 2018, to mark the centenary of the First World War.
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"11.11.2016 12:45:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Musical duo to hit right note A contemporary and traditional folk music duo will be taking their music to Spittal tomorrow night. Folk duo Mochara are playing at BURC tonight. Here's more information.
"11.11.2016 12:22:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk A1 flags plan to be discussed by county council Plans for a more co-ordinated approach to flag flying at the A1 border crossing have received the support of a Berwick councillor. Plans for a more co-ordinated approach to flag flying at the A1 border crossing have received the support of a Berwick councillor.
"11.11.2016 12:01:28" morpethherald.co.uk We must carry on the fight against evil In the frenetic pace of Westminster life, it is easy to lose sight of steady progress in various policy areas. Berwick MP @annietrev gives readers an update on military operations in Iraq and Syria in her monthly column.
"11.11.2016 06:00:12" Timeline Photos Lest we forget. Picture by Darren Chapman, taken near Milfield, Northumberland.
Remember the two minutes' silence today, at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month.
"11.11.2016 04:02:32" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Children turn gift givers Pupils from the Grove School in Prior Park, who are normally used to receiving gifts, turned the tables 10 years ago when they handed over boxes filled with goodies for Operation Christmas Child to help youngsters less fortunate than themselves. Children were getting their Christmas shopping done early this time 10 years ago, all for a good cause. Were you one of them?
"10.11.2016 19:12:18" Timeline Photos Ceramic poppies planted by Eyemouth High School pupils for Remembrance Day: http://trib.al/AMjq9ec
"10.11.2016 18:18:44" Timeline Photos As part of the Heritage Lottery-funded project called Belford: A Rural Area at War, Belford Players are performing a drama–documentary called World War 1 Remembered: http://trib.al/ukRRcaW
"10.11.2016 16:47:30" Timeline Photos How Berwick fits into Arch's economic model: http://trib.al/JbnqQKk
"10.11.2016 15:49:33" Timeline Photos Mums and dads-to-be in Northumberland are set to benefit from a new range of resources to support them in their journey through pregnancy and into parenthood. Read more: http://trib.al/FeFRQYE
"10.11.2016 15:28:32" Timeline Photos Look out for Natalia! The mother of a five-year-old girl who passed away from a rare illness will soon arrive in Berwick as part of her walk around the coast of GB, raising money in her daughter's memory. Read more: http://trib.al/HqwvVEr
"10.11.2016 15:13:07" Timeline Photos Town councillors have called for protest marches of a racist nature to be banned in Berwick. Read more: http://trib.al/g3L0eGh
"10.11.2016 12:30:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Holy Island hit by electricity supply problem Back-up generators are providing electricity to Holy Island and will continue to do so until the main power supply cable is fixed. The main power supply to Holy Island has failed, leaving the community relying on back-up generators to provide electricity.
"10.11.2016 10:14:27" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Youth theatre group is off to land of Narnia Budding young actors and actresses are getting ready to take to the stage this week. What could be better on a cold winter's night than a trip to Narnia? These Berwick youngsters will take you there.
"10.11.2016 09:46:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Play parks receive the green light Berwick Town Council has agreed to spend nearly £65,000 on the much-needed refurbishment of two play parks. Two play parks are set to get a facelift after Berwick Town Council agreed to spend nearly £65,000 on much-needed refurbishment.
"10.11.2016 09:38:49" Berwick Advertiser Here's a look at today's Advertiser front page.
"10.11.2016 09:38:49" Berwick Advertiser Here's a look at today's Advertiser front page.
"09.11.2016 19:11:46" newspostleader.co.uk Family's anguish as sick father dies in hospital after 11 hour wait for ambulance A heartbroken family have called for answers after their sick father was left waiting nearly 12 hours for an ambulance. Family's anguish after father dies in hospital following a near 12-hour wait for an ambulance http://trib.al/H9vUVbe
"09.11.2016 18:45:27" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Volunteers wanted for Community Speedwatch Police in Northumberland are looking for volunteers to take part in their Community Speedwatch schemes. Do your bit to curb speeding by volunteering for Northumbria Police's Community Speedwatch scheme.
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"09.11.2016 17:04:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council's warning on cowboy collectors Don't trust a 'white van man' offering to get rid of your rubbish on the cheap – that's the message from Northumberland County Council after a string of fly-tipping incidents from unscrupulous waste collectors. Watch out for cowboy waste collectors - that's the message from Northumberland County Council.
"09.11.2016 16:30:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Appeal for witnesses after assault Police are appealing for witnesses after an assault in Alnwick. Anyone out in Alnwick at the weekend? Police have appealed for witnesses to an assault.
"09.11.2016 15:30:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Affordable housing target is reached Northumberland County Council is set to accelerate the delivery of a new era of affordable housing through Arch Homes, reaching its milestone to create 1,000 affordable properties across the county. A key milestone has been reached in the effort to build more affordable homes in Northumberland.
"09.11.2016 14:30:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Atrocious weather spoils Berwick's main bonfire event It was a wet and windy weekend for bonfire and fireworks celebrations in north Northumberland. Unfortunately the weather was awful for Berwick's Bonfire Night celebrations but the efforts of those who organised it and came along to support it were greatly appreciated.
"09.11.2016 13:30:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Exhibition in village There will be a coffee morning in aid of the Royal British Legion 2016 Poppy Appeal in Crookham Village Hall on Saturday from 10am to noon. All welcome. There is no entry fee and coffee and biscuits are £1. There will be a cake and produce stall, a raffle Pop along to Crookham village hall on Saturday...
"09.11.2016 12:55:00" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Volunteer up for national award A committed volunteer who devoted 10 years to serving a charity she helped set up has been shortlisted for a national award. A Berwick volunteer has been shortlisted for a national award for her charity work.
"09.11.2016 10:26:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Social care services receive survey praise Care and support services in Northumberland are helping people feel safe and secure, according to national survey results. The good work of social care services is Northumberland is shown in the results of a new survey.
"08.11.2016 16:30:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumberland National Park beats tourism target A new report commissioned by the Northumberland National Park Authority shows that tourism is thriving. Northumberland National Park is attracting more visitors than ever...
"08.11.2016 14:55:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Spittal prevents a clean sweep Spittal is the only beach in the north east which has not received 'excellent' or 'good' water status for the quality of its bathing waters. Water quality has improved at Spittal - but is still the worst in the north east region.
"08.11.2016 14:13:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk MP urges residents to give feedback on A1 upgrade options Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan is calling on local residents to have their say on final plans for improvements to the A1. Residents are being urged to have their say on plans to upgrade the A1.
"08.11.2016 12:30:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Long-serving GWA staff recall fond memories Greaves West and Ayre is celebrating the long service of six staff who have each spent their entire working careers at its Berwick offices. Long-serving staff at Greaves West & Ayre share some of their memories of the Berwick firm.
"08.11.2016 02:49:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Superb musicianship and skill It is only a couple of weeks since the Nobel Committee, through its award to Bob Dylan, cemented the rightful place of the lyricist into literature. Here's a review of the latest album by Borders' band @scocha1514
"07.11.2016 23:25:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Help Hank live life to the full Hank is a timid little boy who needs a bit of time to trust new acquaintances. He needs an adult-only home that will work with his insecurities so that he can live life to the full. How can anyone resist this face? Could you offer Hank the home he needs?
"07.11.2016 19:15:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Body cameras are bought Enforcement officers in Northumberland have started wearing chest mounted cameras in an attempt to keep them safe while out and about in the county. Council enforcement staff in Northumberland have been issued with body cameras.
"07.11.2016 16:30:45" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rare painting found in Wooler storeroom Unearthed in Wooler Auction Mart Storeroom, a unique study of Farmstock at an Edinburgh Fair by renowned Scottish Artist James Howe is to sell at Jedburgh Auction. A rare painting found in Wooler is being put up for auction.
"07.11.2016 15:23:57" morpethherald.co.uk Take time out to enjoy nature's 'fireworks' As autumn deepens there is still much to do in the garden. So Guy Fawkes' Night is over, but nature is still showing fine displays. See what columnist Tom Pattinson has to say.
"07.11.2016 15:03:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Arch to buy retail park for £36 million Arch is to further strengthen its retail property portfolio after exchanging contracts for a £36m purchase. Arch is to buy a Northumberland retail park for £36 million.
"07.11.2016 14:27:59" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New book by local artist Artist Kate Philp, who lives near Berwick, has produced a new coffee table book featuring a fabulous collection of her paintings. Book signing at Pier Red in Berwick on Wednesday evening...
"07.11.2016 12:30:54" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council spends £1m on new gritters for Northumberland As the county braces itself for winter, Northumberland County Council has invested £1million updating its fleet of gritters. A £1 million investment has been made in new gritters to keep Northumberland's roads open this winter.
"07.11.2016 10:46:52" morpethherald.co.uk Clubs keep dream alive in the winter At Whittingham the gardening club meets on the second Wednesday of the month. If you like to keep busy in the garden why not join a club?
"07.11.2016 10:25:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick denied by last-gasp leveller BERWICK RANGERS 1 Berwick 1-1 Cowdenbeath
Match report: http://trib.al/NNVauJl
"06.11.2016 21:30:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk RAF Boulmer control staff track Russian aircraft carrier RAF Boulmer has taken part in one of the largest multi-national exercises hosted by the UK – Exercise JOINT WARRIOR – which allows land, maritime and air units from NATO and allied countries to conduct operational training together. RAF Boulmer has taken part in one of the largest multi-national exercises hosted by the UK.
"06.11.2016 20:13:34" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Anger builds over Reston station delay The Scottish Government stands accused of 'purposely delaying' plans to re-open Reston and East Linton stations on the main East Coast railway line. The Scottish Government stands accused of 'purposely delaying' plans to re-open Reston and East Linton stations on the main East Coast railway line.
"06.11.2016 18:00:28" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Advice helps career prospects In 2015 Berwick Academy was designated a national pilot school for the Careers Guidance Benchmarking Pilot. Read how Berwick Academy has made its careers education and guidance offering even better.
"06.11.2016 16:24:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Science and magic collide Glendale Festival organisers are inviting audiences to lock away their logic, suspend their disbelief, and join them for Oliver Meech's comedy magic show – a fun-filled fusion of magic, mirth and mind-reading, with amazing tricks inspired by astounding Glendale Festival organisers are inviting audiences to lock away their logic, suspend their disbelief and join them for Oliver Meech's comedy magic show.
"06.11.2016 14:15:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pudsey pops in to show pupils the bear necessities BBC Children in Need's Pudsey bear visited Reston Primary School last week as part of its Big Spotacular Campaign. Pudsey Bear from BBC Children in Need visited Reston Primary School last week as part of its Big Spotacular Campaign.
"06.11.2016 12:45:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Demand for commercial property rises Confidence in the North East's commercial property sector grew during the third quarter of the year as demand for all commercial property types increased, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Confidence in the North East's commercial property sector grew during the third quarter of the year as demand for all commercial property types increased, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
"06.11.2016 11:15:00" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Thousands of thanks as funds presented Cheques worth a total of almost £8,000 were presented to four good causes, thanks to the efforts of hundreds of runners in a popular fund-raising event's milestone year. Cheques worth a total of almost £8,000 were presented to four good causes, thanks to the efforts of hundreds of runners in a popular fund-raising event's milestone year.
"05.11.2016 22:00:28" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Three-day exhibition for textile group Members of the Border Textile Group are gearing up for a three-day exhibition next week. Members of the Border Textile Group are gearing up for a three-day exhibition next week.
"05.11.2016 20:48:32" berwick-advertiser.co.uk St Cuthbert's pupils support food bank St Cuthbert's First School Mini Vinnies asked families for donations of food this harvest season. St Cuthbert's First School Mini Vinnies asked families for donations of food this harvest season.
"05.11.2016 18:45:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Time to reduce demand The times they are a' changing. Bob Dylan's song is really applicable to the railway just now. The latest transport column by John Wylde.
"05.11.2016 17:15:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Inquisitive grey seal gives Farnes diver a photo treat A scuba diver got some fantastic footage when a grey seal tried to chew his camera during a trip to the Farne Islands. A scuba diver got some fantastic footage when a grey seal tried to chew his camera during a trip to the Farne Islands.
"05.11.2016 15:50:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk TV series on River Tweed A new six-part documentary focusing on the River Tweed and the people who live alongside it starts next week. A new six-part documentary focusing on the River Tweed and the people who live alongside it starts next week.
"05.11.2016 14:22:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pupils enjoy a trip to university A group of pupils from Tweedmouth Community Middle School got a taste for higher education recently. A group of pupils from Tweedmouth Community Middle School recently enjoyed a taste of higher education.
"05.11.2016 13:00:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk AONB unveils plans for annual forum Registration is now open for the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership's 2016 Annual Forum. Registration is now open for the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership's 2016 Annual Forum.
"05.11.2016 11:36:05" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Neil's in the swim A swimming challenge by Neil McMurdo, from Eyemouth, saw him achieve a personal best and also raise £925 for Berwickishire Riding for the Disabled. A swimming challenge by Neil McMurdo, from Eyemouth, saw him achieve a personal best and also raise £925 for Berwickshire Riding for the Disabled.
"04.11.2016 18:47:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Musical duo to put on a show at village hall Two of Scotland's acclaimed multi-instrumentalists will perform in Etal next weekend. If you fancy a night of music, this acclaimed Scottish duo could be the ticket at Etal.
"04.11.2016 15:40:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Empty homes being brought back into use across county Empty homes across Northumberland will be brought back into use, thanks to a project being delivered by Northumberland County Council. A project is bringing empty homes back into use across Northumberland.
"04.11.2016 14:44:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Helping Glendale residents to stay well and have fun More than 40 people attended the Staying Well and Having Fun event in Wooler last week. An event encouraging Glendale residents to stay healthy was a big success.
"04.11.2016 13:57:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Red letter day for Holy Island Holy Island was chosen as the setting to celebrate the first day of issue of the Royal Mail's 1991 Christmas stamps. Are you making your Christmas plans yet? This lot were in Holy Island at this time 25 years ago.
"04.11.2016 13:00:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Village fights against further development Scores of residents turned out for a meeting in Beadnell on Saturday to encourage villagers to fight plans for another housing development. Plans for 45 new homes in Beadnell have sparked protests from local residents.
"04.11.2016 12:00:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick Holiday Park strikes gold with award Berwick Holiday Park has received a prestigious award for its environmental endeavours. Berwick Holiday Park has received a gold award for its work in the local environment.
"04.11.2016 11:58:52" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Changes at Alnwick's maternity unit An urgent temporary change has been introduced at Hillcrest maternity unit in Alnwick to ensure the continued safety and wellbeing of pregnant women and their babies. An urgent temporary change has been introduced at Alnwick's maternity unit.
"04.11.2016 11:30:20" Berwick's main bonfire and fireworks display is being held tonight from 6.30pm on Cornhill Road, Tweedmouth.
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"04.11.2016 10:20:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Health hero accolade for Berwick man An emergency care assistant at Berwick ambulance station has made the shortlist for a national health hero award. The efforts of a Berwick ambulance worker have been acknowledged twice within the space of a few weeks.
"04.11.2016 09:45:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pink tractor making journey up A1 in memory of Mikayla A couple undertaking a marathon tractor ride in memory of their daughter who sadly died earlier this year will be travelling on the A1 through north Northumberland and the Borders today. A pink tractor is making its way up the A1 in Northumberland...
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"04.11.2016 09:31:28" Berwick Rangers FC Free entry for all who are serving or have served the forces this weekend!
"04.11.2016 09:11:27" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Lessons to be learned from teenager's tragic death A coroner has identified key failings in the response by emergency services to a 999 call by a Berwick teenager who tragically died. A coroner has said that lessons need to be learned by the emergency services after the tragic death of a Berwick teenager.
"03.11.2016 21:49:37" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Getting into the spirit It was a fright night to remember for school pupils in Berwick ten years ago. It's 10 years since these little devils enjoyed a Halloween party at Longridge Towers. Have they changed much?
"03.11.2016 19:30:36" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rotary raising awareness about mental health issues Several members of Berwick Rotary Club are undertaking a walk along the length of Hadrian's Wall to raise awareness of emotional well-being and mental health issues. A Berwick organisation is putting mental health matters to the fore...
"03.11.2016 18:30:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk High-flying academy alumni on the move Following successful A-Level results in the summer, many former Berwick Academy students have embarked upon their studies at university. Berwick Academy news...
"03.11.2016 17:30:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk 'Don't use your mobile phone at the wheel' Northumbria Police's Op Dragoon team are urging motorists not to use their phone whilst driving after an HGV driver was jailed in Berkshire. Northumberland drivers are being told to leave their mobile alone whilst driving.
"03.11.2016 16:30:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk MP lodges strong objection to Chapel Street proposal Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan has waded into the long-running saga of the Chapel Street coach park. Berwick's MP has called for a public inquiry into the town's long-running coach park saga.
"03.11.2016 15:30:55" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New pooches for Northumbria Police Northumbria Police's dog section has been handed an early Christmas present – six newly-licenced police pooches. Six new police dogs have passed their exams in Northumbria.
"03.11.2016 14:30:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick school is praised for reading and writing work A Berwick first school has been praised by a Government minister for its work in teaching phonics. A Berwick school has been praised for being among the best in the country!
"03.11.2016 13:30:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumbria Police rated 'good' by inspection team Northumbria Police has a good understanding of current service demands and is taking steps to ensure future demands are met, a new report published by the HMIC has found. Northumbria Police has received a good' rating...
"03.11.2016 12:33:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick woman receives accolade for fund-raising Experiencing a life-threatening deep vein thrombosis after a trip abroad led a Berwick woman to fund-raise and increase awareness of the condition. A Berwick woman has received an accolade for her charity work.
"03.11.2016 10:23:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Inquest hears of teenager's tragic death Crucial time was lost in the search for a teenager who tragically drowned off the Berwick coast last year, an inquest has heard. An inquest into the tragic death of a Berwick teenager has been held.
"02.11.2016 17:31:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Follow the Lowry Trail Two local businesses have funded a reprint of the Lowry Trail leaflet this autumn to ensure visitors can continue to walk in the great artist's footsteps. Berwick businesses have joined forces to get a new batch of Lowry Trail leaflets printed.
"02.11.2016 16:30:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police hand out marker kits to local residents Police officers are visiting residents at home to help them prevent crime. Crime prevention advice is being given to Northumberland residents.
"02.11.2016 15:30:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Men get ready to
shed their inhibitions Coldstream Men's Shed is about to open its doors, and a preview day last Saturday proved that demand for it is out there. Local men get ready to shed their inhibitions...
"02.11.2016 14:32:05" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Residents given fuel bills advice Households across Northumberland are being encouraged to take steps to ensure they keep warm and reduce their fuel bills this winter as part of Big Energy Saving Week. Advice on cutting fuel bills without turning the heating down has been offered.
"02.11.2016 13:45:05" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Drivers urged to be more considerate Drivers are being warned not to park across dropped kerbs, following a series of incidents which have put vulnerable pedestrians at risk. Drivers in Northumberland are being asked to be considerate when parking.
"02.11.2016 12:44:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk MP to honour WW1 troops at commemorations in Italy Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan has been invited to lay a wreath at a Commonwealth War Grave commemorating the loss of British troops during the First World War, nearly a third of whom were from the Northumberland Fusiliers. Berwick's MP is to take part in a Remembrance commemoration in Italy.
"02.11.2016 09:37:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bridge turns purple to raise awareness of cancer charity Berwick's Royal Border Bridge turned purple on Tuesday night to help raise awareness of a cancer charity. Berwick Royal Border Bridge turned purple for charity last night...
"02.11.2016 09:15:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Fresh chance to have say on A1 plans Another series of events to get public feedback on planned improvements to the A1 in Northumberland is to be held. Plans for improvements to the A1 in Northumberland are going out for further public consultation. Have a look and let us know what you think...
"01.11.2016 13:30:00" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Enjoy a safe and sparkling Bonfire Night As Bonfire night approach, Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) is encouraging residents to plan ahead and enjoy the celebrations safely and responsibly. Please be safe this Bonfire Night...
"01.11.2016 11:57:22" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ambulance service rated good by inspectors The North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) has been rated as good following a Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection of its services earlier this year. North East Ambulance Service has received a 'good' rating from inspectors.
"01.11.2016 10:45:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police welcome four-legged recruits Northumbria Police may be recruiting 600 police officers over the next three years but two new starters in particular have caught the eye. Northumbria Police's latest recruits...
"01.11.2016 09:44:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Businesses to benefit from European-funded scheme Northumberland is set to benefit from a business support programme that will stimulate growth amongst existing businesses and support the creation of new businesses. Good news of a £1.3m boost for business in Northumberland.
"31.10.2016 18:30:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Feeling the Force A kind-hearted man will be using the Force to raise money for charity – by walking more than 400 miles in a Darth Vader costume. A man has set off on a fund-raising trip from Coldstream to London - dressed as Darth Vadar!
"31.10.2016 16:33:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Drivers urged to take care now darker nights are here Northumbria Police is urging motorists to take extra care on their drive home now the clocks have gone back for winter. Drivers in Northumberland are being urged to take extra care now the dark evenings are here.
"31.10.2016 12:44:43" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Reassurances given on
ambulance handover delays Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has reassured staff, patients and the public on the extensive work taking place to improve the efficiency of ambulance handovers at the new Northumbria hospital in Cramlington. Ambulance handover delay issues in Northumberland are being tackled.
"30.10.2016 17:01:36" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick Town Council round-up: Hospital frustrations; financial-management concerns; Remembrance service A clearly emotional Cllr Ivor Dixon used his Town Mayor's announcements to criticise the fact that Berwick residents have to travel to hospitals at Cramlington and Ashington (Wansbeck). Berwick Town Council round-up: Hospital frustrations; financial-management concerns; Remembrance service
"30.10.2016 16:01:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Cyclists tackle A Bridge Too Far Cyclists took to the roads for an autumnal stretch of the legs in aid of a good cause. Cyclists took to the roads for an autumnal stretch of the legs in aid of a good cause.
"30.10.2016 14:02:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Packing up Castle collection The National Trust's expert conservators will be packing up Lindisfarne Castle's historic collection in preparation for its £3million restoration. The National Trust's expert conservators will be packing up Lindisfarne Castle's historic collection in preparation for its £3million restoration.
"30.10.2016 12:50:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Author investigates fascinating tale of the Half-Shilling Curate A Northumberland woman has published a book about her grandfather, an Army Chaplain during the Great War, which developed from the wealth of his writings and letters from that era. A Northumberland woman has published a book about her grandfather, an Army Chaplain during the Great War, which developed from the wealth of his writings and letters from that era.
"30.10.2016 11:29:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Woman quits after 43 years as smoker, thanks to service A Berwick woman has successfully quit smoking after 43 years. Woman quits after 43 years as smoker, thanks to service
"30.10.2016 10:42:06" Susan Spittal beach looked mighty fine this morning!
"30.10.2016 10:30:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Recognition for spa A north Northumberland spa has gained recognition in an industry guidebook, earning a five-star rating. A north Northumberland spa has gained recognition in an industry guidebook, earning a five-star rating.
"30.10.2016 08:30:27" Timeline Photos Don't forget
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"29.10.2016 19:45:40" northumberlandgazette.co.uk WATCH: Another car cut off by tide on Holy Island Causeway Three people were rescued this afternoon after their car was cut off by the tide on the Holy Island Causeway. Another car was cut off by the tide on Holy Island Causeway today - with video by Mark Bradshaw
"29.10.2016 16:30:37" Timeline Photos
"29.10.2016 15:01:32" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Advice service in call for further funding Councillors in Berwick have been called on to provide further funding to the town's office of the Citizens Advice service. Councillors in Berwick have been called on to provide further funding to theBerwick office of Citizens Advice Northumberland
"29.10.2016 14:33:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Northumberland village fights against further development Scores of residents turned out for a meeting in Beadnell earlier today to encourage villagers to fight plans for another housing development. Scores of residents turned out for a meeting in Beadnell earlier today to encourage villagers to fight plans for another housing development.
"29.10.2016 13:33:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Reminder issued to Belford residents to return plan surveys Residents and businesses in Belford are being reminded that Monday is the deadline to respond to surveys which will be used to formulate a neighbourhood plan. Residents and businesses in Belford are being reminded that Monday is the deadline to respond to surveys which will be used to formulate a neighbourhood plan.
"29.10.2016 12:23:47" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Heroes raise £1,000 for sick kids The thought of jumping out of an aeroplane almost two miles above land would petrify most people. Heroes raise £1,000 for sick kids
"29.10.2016 11:13:27" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Legion to host Warm Hub next week The new North Northumberland Branch of the Royal British Legion is delighted to join forces with the North Northumberland Voluntary Forum and Warm Hub on Tuesday. The new North Northumberland Branch of the Royal British Legion is delighted to join forces with the North Northumberland Voluntary Forum and Warm Hub on Tuesday.
"29.10.2016 10:05:13" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Hospice launches Business Club to support services A charity has launched a fund-raising initiative to help it provide vital care to people with life-limiting illnesses. HospiceCare Northumberland launches Business Club to support services
"29.10.2016 09:09:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Work finally starts
on Flagstaff play park The long-awaited revamp of the dilapidated Flagstaff play park in Berwick has finally started. Work finally starts on Flagstaff play park
"28.10.2016 20:00:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Tributes to Nancy, who gave much to her community A Cornhill woman, who was at the heart of her community for more than half-a-century, passed away earlier this month, aged 99. Tributes have been paid to Nancy Clark,a former Berwick Borough Woman of the Year, who was at the heart of her community for more than half-a-century.
"28.10.2016 18:24:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Volunteer stalwarts are thanked A pair of long-standing trustees of North Northumberland Voluntary Forum have called it a day. Two volunteers have called it a day, after years of work for North Northumberland Voluntary Forum.
"28.10.2016 18:00:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Driver who died in A697collision was five times over limit A man killed after driving into the back of a lorry on the A697 was five times over the drink drive limit. A man killed after driving into the back of a lorry on the A697 was five times over the drink-drive limit, an inquest heard.
"28.10.2016 16:00:50" Timeline Photos Berwick Town Council will discuss a motion which aims to prevent future marches by the likes of the 'various fascist groups' which gathered in the town earlier this month.
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"28.10.2016 14:02:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Allotments scheme
could provide fruit and veg to the poor The possibility of using part of the grounds of St John's Church in Spittal as community allotments is being explored. The possibility of using part of the grounds of St John's Church in Spittal as community allotments is being explored.
"28.10.2016 12:30:50" Timeline Photos Plans to convert an historic fishing shiel in Spittal have passed an important stage of the planning process.
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"28.10.2016 10:04:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Burglars target caravans in north Northumberland Thieves broke into caravans in the Wooler area and grabbed TVs, cash and cigarettes. Thieves broke into caravans in the Wooler area and grabbed TVs, cash and cigarettes.
"28.10.2016 08:25:09" Timeline Photos The way in which the tender process for two new play parks in Berwick has been handled provided the latest flashpoint for councillors.
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"27.10.2016 18:30:26" Timeline Photos 'People will vote with their feet and go to Eyemouth or Duns' – that's the view of one councillor following changes to pricing at leisure centres.
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"27.10.2016 17:01:02" Timeline Photos A former Belford man was killed when he lost control of his van and hit an articulated truck near Alnwick, an inquest has heard.
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"27.10.2016 15:30:10" Timeline Photos The number of people dying in prison has risen by 21 per cent in a year as safety in jails deteriorates further and faster, figures seen by the Howard League for Penal Reform reveal today.
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"27.10.2016 14:15:13" Timeline Photos Green-fingered youngsters at Longridge Towers School have come top of the crops for the north east in a potato-growing competition.
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"27.10.2016 13:00:49" Timeline Photos The North East Poppy Appeal was launched today, with the Royal British Legion encouraging people to rethink remembrance.
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"27.10.2016 12:00:53" Timeline Photos A special event to celebrate everything that is wonderful about Northumberland will take place next year.
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"27.10.2016 09:50:19" Timeline Photos The announcement of the sale to a national bakery group of Berwick's Jus-Rol factory, which closed with the loss of 265 jobs, has been welcomed.
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"27.10.2016 08:13:25" Berwick Advertiser Here's a look at today's Advertiser front page.
"27.10.2016 08:13:25" Berwick Advertiser Here's a look at today's Advertiser front page.
"26.10.2016 19:00:48" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Social worker is in the running to win major award A social worker who covers north Northumberland has been shortlisted for a major award. A social worker who covers north Northumberland has been shortlisted for a major award.
"26.10.2016 17:15:15" Timeline Photos The chances of spotting the Aurora Borealis should increase over the next few days, according to space weather experts.
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"26.10.2016 15:17:26" Timeline Photos Police are reminding parents in Northumberland to think about their child's safety this Hallowe'en if they are planning to go trick or treating.
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"26.10.2016 13:00:43" Timeline Photos Budding young engineers from across the North East have been invited to display their skills and represent their schools in a region-wide competition.
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"26.10.2016 11:30:04" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: It makes you proud to live in or be from Berwick. This shot by Darren Chapman shows the town's bridges in all their glory.
"26.10.2016 10:55:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Delays to train services in north Northumberland and Borders There are delays to national and local rail services in north Northumberland this morning after a signalling problem in the Morpeth area. There are delays to national and local rail services in north Northumberland and Borders after a signalling problem and trespass incident.
"26.10.2016 10:15:39" Timeline Photos WATCH: A video of The Dark Garden in The Alnwick Garden. Scary stuff! http://trib.al/cXWKz3y
"26.10.2016 10:00:10" Timeline Photos Work to relay pavements on Wooler High Street will now be completed in one go, after the county council responded to local concerns.
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"26.10.2016 09:23:37" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Double gold for Ferreira at the London jiu jitsu championships Berwick-based jiu jitsu coach Thiago Ferreira celebrated more success last weekend when he returned with four medals from the London Open. Jiu Jitsu: Double gold for Ferreira at London
"26.10.2016 09:11:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Trophy time for Tillside Tillside Cricket Club, who enjoyed a successful season in the Northumberland League, finally got their hands on the silverware at the weekend when the annual presentation was held. Cricket: Trophy time for Tillside
"26.10.2016 08:02:54" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Housing for Forces under spotlight Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan has held a debate in Parliament over the MoD's plans to force changes to the way in which our armed forces and their families live, which could spell the end of the present community bases. Berwick's Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP has held a debate in Parliament over the MoD's plans to force changes to the way in which our armed forces and their families live.
"25.10.2016 19:30:30" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Help is at hand if 4G affects your Freeview Help is available for those that may experience issues with their Freeview TV when 4G mobile technology is switched on. Don't miss your favourite shows. Help is at hand if you have trouble watching Freeview TV when 4G mobile technology is switched on.
"25.10.2016 18:30:25" berwick-advertiser.co.uk North East is 'driving force', says NHS boss More than 200 healthcare professionals gathered to learn about the highly successful patient safety and quality improvement programmes that are currently taking place in the North East and North Cumbria. Hundreds of healthcare professionals gathered to learn about the North East's highly successful patient safety and quality improvement programmes.
"25.10.2016 17:03:07" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: Reflections in the Tweed, by Darren Chapman
"25.10.2016 10:02:27" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Biggest defeat of the season for Amateurs Tweedmouth Ams 2-6 Stow Football: Biggest defeat of season for Amateurs
"25.10.2016 10:01:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Diane to tee up at The Belfry Diane Cairns from Seahouses Golf Club Ladies Section, who has been invited to represent England as part of the team competing in the Titleist Order of Merit final at The Belfry on the world famous Brabazon course. Golf: Diane to tee up at The Belfry
"24.10.2016 16:35:42" Timeline Photos A bid to create the North East's first underwater archaeological dive trail, exploring a historic wreck site off the Northumberland coast, has been launched.
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"24.10.2016 15:53:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk First win of season for Rangers in EoS Burntisland 1-5 Tweedmouth Rangers Football: First win of season for Rangers in EoS
"24.10.2016 15:07:35" berwick-advertiser.co.uk North Sunderland go on a goal spree in NNL Bilclough Cup It was Bilclough Cup week in the North Northumberland League and there were wins for Craster, Amble, Springhill, North Sunderland and Embleton. Football: North Sunderland goal spree in NNL
"24.10.2016 14:58:54" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Second half fight-back as Blacks lose to leaders Berwick 20-27 Hawick Harlequins Rugby: Second half fightback as Blacks lose to leaders
"24.10.2016 13:46:55" Timeline Photos Scotland's Beef Event 2017 is to be held on a farm in the Borders next year - hosted by the Stewart family at Fans, Earlston.
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"23.10.2016 19:00:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Hallowe'en fun at Ford and Etal There's a treat in store for visitors to Ford and Etal Estates during the half-term holidays. There's a treat in store for visitors to Ford & Etal during the half-term holidays.
"23.10.2016 17:00:09" Timeline Photos Hopes have been expressed that boat trips can become a regular feature on the River Tweed.
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"23.10.2016 15:00:41" Timeline Photos The Great Prior Park First School Bake Off competition and coffee afternoon raised £610 for Macmillan Cancer Care.
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"23.10.2016 13:00:03" Timeline Photos It's time to embrace the 'season of mists and mellow fruitfulness' with fun family activities during the coming October half-term holidays.
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"23.10.2016 11:00:33" Timeline Photos A unique and 'world's first' attraction will be installed at The Alnwick Garden, as the Duchess of Northumberland eyes completion of the project.
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"23.10.2016 08:56:21" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Morris returns to sink Rangers with hat-trick Berwick Rangers 2-3 Hawick Royal Albert Football: Morris returns to sink Rangers with hat-trick
"23.10.2016 08:50:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk 'Honourable' Coughlin offered resignation following defeat Berwick manager John Coughlin offered his resignation after Berwick's shock cup exit at the hands of non-league side Hawick Royal Albert on Saturday Football: Coughlin offered to quit after Rangers' shock cup exit
"23.10.2016 08:48:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New owners and Bandits to race on in 2017 Berwick Speedway are to race on into their 50th year in 2017 after new owners were announced at the weekend. Speedway: New owners and Bandits to race on for 50th season
"23.10.2016 08:11:35" Timeline Photos Berwick has successfully retained its Fairtrade town status.
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"22.10.2016 19:01:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Border country's role in shaping a literary giant What is it that encourages us to read, especially fiction? Stephen Platten takes a look at legendary writer Sir Walter Scott and how the region helped to shape his work
"22.10.2016 17:30:20" berwick-advertiser.co.uk RNLI medal gifted to Eyemouth station As Eyemouth Lifeboat Station marks 140 years of saving lives at sea, the RNLI bronze medal awarded to one of the crew in 1917, has been gifted to the station. As Eyemouth Lifeboat Station marks 140 years of saving lives at sea, the RNLI bronze medal awarded to one of the crew in 1917, has been gifted to the station.
"22.10.2016 16:29:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Minister gives new rail commitment A commitment to providing a local rail service between Berwick and Edinburgh has been given by the Scottish Government's Minister for Transport. A commitment to providing a local rail service between Berwick and Edinburgh has been given by the Scottish Government's Minister for Transport.
"22.10.2016 15:20:06" Timeline Photos Head outside one evening this weekend and you may well see the annual Orionids Meteor Shower in the night sky.
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"22.10.2016 13:19:02" Timeline Photos Memorial statue unveiled: Eyemouth's 78 widows and 182 fatherless bairns will forever look out on Eyemouth Bay where 129 fishermen lost their lives on October 14, 1881.
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"22.10.2016 10:34:58" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Lucy Bronze praised as England draw with France Northumberland football star Lucy Bronze was picked out for praise after her 'solid' performance in England's 0-0 draw with France last night. Northumberland football star Lucy Bronze was picked out for praise after her 'solid' performance in England's 0-0 draw with France last night.
"22.10.2016 08:27:07" Timeline Photos Yorkshire Building Society has said thanks a million to the community in Berwick for helping reach its fundraising target of £1million for its Hour of Need campaign in aid of Marie Curie.
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"21.10.2016 15:24:32" berwick-advertiser.co.uk A1 at Berwick closed after overhead cable fire The A1 at Berwick is closed in both directions following reports of an overhead cable on fire. The A1 at Berwick remains closed in both directions, with traffic diverted through the town centre, following an overhead cable fire.
"21.10.2016 15:01:28" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Virtual reality wildfire training for firefighters Fire officers from Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service are learning how to use simulation technology to train for large and destructive wildfires. Firefighters from Northumberland have been getting innovative wildfire training.
"21.10.2016 14:52:20" Timeline Photos First seal pups of the year spotted by The National Trust rangers on Farne Islands
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"21.10.2016 14:00:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rusty railings are revived along Spittal Promenade Spittal Promenade is once more looking spick and span after workmen restored nearly 5km of rusty railings. Work to restore the railings on Spittal Prom has been completed.
"21.10.2016 13:01:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Prior Park pupils look into the future Children at Tweedmouth Prior Park First School joined 300 schools across the UK on Friday as part of ActionAid's Big Me Day. Prior Park pupils dream up career choices.
"21.10.2016 12:48:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Jus-Rol factory to be bought by bakery General Mills has reached agreement to sell its Jus-Rol facility in Berwick to Country Style Foods. Breaking News: Jus-Rol factory to be bought
"21.10.2016 12:36:18" Timeline Photos Shortlist announced for North East tourism awards
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"21.10.2016 12:35:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Shortlist announced for North East tourism awards Northumberland features heavily in the shortlist for the North East England Tourism Awards which has been announced today. The shortlist for the North East Tourism Awards has been announced - and Northumberland features heavily.
"21.10.2016 12:02:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Reshaping services to improve public health A fresh approach to the way Northumberland County Council funds and manages its public health functions is being adopted. Public health service delivery in Northumberland is being revamped.
"21.10.2016 11:30:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Flammable fancy dress Hallowe'en warning is issued With Hallowe'en parties and trick or treating taking place, Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service is reminding parents be aware of potentially flammable fancy dress costumes. Hallowe'en fancy dress warnings have been issued.
"21.10.2016 11:00:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Showcase for the best local food ingredients A north Northumberland family is putting fine dining on the menu with a new bespoke catering service. A Northumberland business is showcasing the best of local food and drink.
"21.10.2016 10:00:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Harbour bosses object to proposed net fishing ban Berwick Harbour Commission has objected to a proposed ban on net fishing for wild salmon in 2017. Concerns about a possible net fishing ban in the Tweed estuary have been raised.
"21.10.2016 09:00:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ambulance services work on new protocol Cross-border ambulance services are developing a formal protocol for responding to calls in north Northumberland. Ambulance services protocol in the Berwick area is discussed.
"21.10.2016 08:11:27" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Harbour poised to make renewables breakthrough Berwick Harbour Commission has revealed it is in advanced negotiations with a potential new customer for Tweed Dock. Berwick port's long-held attempts to diversify could be about to pay off...
"20.10.2016 18:01:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pupils plant bulbs in Scremerston Pupils from Scremerston First School helped to plant 6,000 native wild bulbs at the Armstrong Court supported housing complex. Scremerston pupils have been out planting bulbs in the local community.
"20.10.2016 15:40:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pop-up museum will reveal Wilson's Tales A specially-created pop-up museum will be open to the public from tomorrow to Sunday, as part of the Berwick Literary Festival. A pop-up museum has been created as part of Berwick Literary Festival
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"20.10.2016 15:00:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk It would be a crime to miss literary festival If you're a fan of crime fiction, or even write a bit of it yourself, then Berwick Literary Festival is the place to be this weekend. Learn about the art of crime writing at this weekend's Berwick Literary Festival.
"20.10.2016 14:38:41" Timeline Photos Demolition work is starting at the former Swan's coach yard in Berwick which is being revamped - along with the neighbouring car park - to create a four-bay coach park.
"20.10.2016 14:01:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Christina celebrates her 100th birthday Christina Gray, a resident in Tweedmouth House Care Home, celebrated her 100th birthday with her two daughters, Linda Johnson (left) and Jeanette Learmonth (right). A Berwick woman has celebrated her 100th birthday.
"20.10.2016 13:30:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Councillor calls for Arch group to be disbanded A Berwick councillor has called for Arch, Northumberland County Council's development company, to be disbanded. A Berwick councillor has called for Arch to be disbanded.
"20.10.2016 13:00:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Coach park protesters call for public support Opponents of the proposed Chapel Street coach park in Berwick have called for like-minded residents to lodge their objections. The coach parking saga in Berwick rumbles on with opponents of the Chapel Street scheme calling for people to register their views.
"20.10.2016 12:00:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police statistics reveal 35 per cent increase in crime New figures have revealed a 35 per cent increase in crime in Northumbria. Northumbria Police says an increase in recorded crime is because people are more prepared to report incidents.
"20.10.2016 11:00:35" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Tweed Dock grant bid clears the first hurdle Hopes have been raised that funding can be secured to replace the damaged old wooden alignment jetty at Tweed Dock. Encouraging news from Berwick port and its £2 million application to replace the damaged jetty.
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"20.10.2016 10:20:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Income from parking tickets increases in the Berwick district 'Significantly more' parking fines were issued in the past two years in Northumberland, despite fewer wardens and the move to free parking. Parking ticket income from the Berwick area has increased...
"20.10.2016 09:39:53" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Benches restored by 87-year-old volunteer Len Shepherd will be 88 next week – but he shows no sign of slowing down in his extraordinary efforts to support the Spittal community. Veteran volunteer Len Shepherd has been working wonders in his local community - at the age of 87!
"20.10.2016 09:15:01" Timeline Photos This beautiful sunrise photo was taken by Darren Chapman on Monday.
"20.10.2016 08:42:54" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rooms for rent in ex-council offices Rooms to rent in the former council offices at Wallace Green in Berwick are being marketed. Rooms are now available to rent at the former council offices in Berwick.
"20.10.2016 08:03:58" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Heating offer set to expire Berwick Community Trust is urging residents to find out about a free new heating system – but they will have to be quick because applications close on October 31. Residents are being urged to find out about a free central heating offer - but you'll have to be quick!
"19.10.2016 18:10:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Photograph contest to promote North East A photographic competition to promote how fantastic the North East is and help promote tourism businesses has been launched. It will surely be hard to beat this stunning picture of Bamburgh Castle by Darren Chapman but a photography competition to capture the best of the north east has been launched.
"19.10.2016 16:23:57" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Council backs new investors conference Berwick Town Council is organising another investors conference following the success of the inaugural event in the spring. Berwick Town Council is planning to hold another business conference.
"19.10.2016 15:44:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Historian to give talk Well-known historian Dr David Starkey is performing at Berwick Literary Festival on Saturday evening. Well-known historian Dr David Starkey is giving a talk as part of Berwick Literary Festival.
"19.10.2016 14:45:04" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Clarks shoe shop plans to relocate across high street Plans have been lodged which will bring one of Berwick high street's biggest eyesores back into use - but at the expense of another unit. Plans have been lodged to bring an empty Berwick high street shop unit back into use.
"19.10.2016 13:39:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Junction safety measures debated Talks have been held about pedestrian safety at a Berwick crossroads. Remember this accident from 2014?
Well talks are taking place to work out ways of making this Berwick junction safer.
"19.10.2016 11:08:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Teenager cut out of car after A697 crash A teenager had to be cut out of his car after crashing into a tree on the A697 at Cornhill. A teenager has had a lucky escape after crashing into a tree in north Northumberland.
"19.10.2016 10:37:52" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Coughlin sees red over fifth sending off Berwick manager John Coughlin has told his players 'enough is enough' when it comes to red cards. Football: Coughlin sees red over Rangers' red cards
"19.10.2016 10:27:51" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Popular Berwick footpath can now be enjoyed all year Northumberland County Council has just completed surfacing work on a popular Berwick footpath. Good news...
A footpath in Berwick has been resurfaced to make it a much more pleasant experience for walkers.
"19.10.2016 09:30:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Road to be closed for resurfacing The Duns to Berwick road, the A6105, will be closed at Edington, between Chirnside and Foulden, on October 27,28 and 30, from 8am-4pm for resurfacing work. A local road is to be closed next week for resurfacing with a lengthy diversion in place...
"19.10.2016 08:31:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police chief to make Berwick visit Northumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner is coming to Berwick to seek local residents' policing priorities. Northumbria's police chief is to visit Berwick to find out what residents want.
"19.10.2016 07:49:36" berwick-advertiser.co.uk RSPB calls for action to save Cuddy's Duck The RSPB is calling for better protection for Northumberland's emblematic bird, the eider duck, 1,300 years after St Cuthbert introduced the first laws to help the seabird. Northumberland's emblematic bird, Cuddy's Duck, needs help says the RSPB.
"18.10.2016 15:22:27" Berwick Deserves Better Well here it is..flagstaff Park taking shape. Still a lot of work to do so let's hope the weather stays fine.
Looking good!! Please share. A lot of people still don't know about it..
"18.10.2016 15:17:54" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bishop of Berwick title is revived in consecration at York Minster After an absence of more than 400 years, a new Suffragan Bishop of Berwick has been formally appointed. A Bishop of Berwick has been appointed for the first time since the 16th century!
"18.10.2016 14:00:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Additional adoption support now available Northumberland County Council is launching additional support services for adoptive families to coincide with National Adoption Week. Additional adoption support services are being made available in Northumberland.
"18.10.2016 13:32:32" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Jenkins nets winner for Amateurs in cup Tweedmouth Ams 2-1 Biggar Football: Jenkins nets winners for Amateurs in cup
"18.10.2016 13:31:33" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick survive late scare for narrow victory Berwick 36-33 Linlithgow Rugby: Berwick survive late scare for narrow win
"18.10.2016 12:59:50" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Slow Food group's founder has died The founder of Berwick Slow Food group has passed away. Sad news to report - Liz Houghton, the founder of Berwick's Slow Food group has passed away.
"18.10.2016 10:15:01" Timeline Photos Chloe Heslop took this fantastic photo of The Devil's Causeway.
"18.10.2016 09:15:28" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bishop of Berwick role is revived The ancient title of Bishop of Berwick will be resurrected for the first time in more than 400 years today. The ancient title of Bishop of Berwick is being revived in a ceremony at York Minster.
"18.10.2016 09:15:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Planned roadworks on the A1 and A19 in Northumberland and North Tyneside The following roadworks are being planned by Highways England for Northumberland and North Tyneside during the coming week. Here's a list of planned roadworks in the north east over the next few days...
"17.10.2016 14:10:11" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Island welcomes new four-legged arrivals The grazing of up to 50 sheep between now and January will help to manage the dune grassland on Holy Island. Holy Island welcomes new arrivals...
"17.10.2016 13:03:47" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Tweedmouth still pointless in EoS Tweedmouth Rangers 0-2 Heriot Watt Univ Football: Tweedmouth still pointless in EoS
"17.10.2016 13:03:03" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Colts push Kelso all the way in cup tie Kelso Thistle 4-2 Berwick Colts Football: Colts push Kelso all the way in cup tie
"17.10.2016 13:02:16" berwick-advertiser.co.uk North Sunderland, Lowick and Amble through in Anderson Cup It was cup day in the North Northumberland League with teams involved in Anderson Cup and Runciman Cup first round action. Football: Sides make progress in NNL cup competitions
"17.10.2016 13:01:48" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Another red card for the Rangers as McKinlay walks Stirling Albion 0-0 Berwick Rangers Football: Another red card as Rangers draw at Stirling
"17.10.2016 13:00:34" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police advise residents on how to keep burglars at bay Police are reminding residents in north Northumberland to keep their doors and windows securely locked to stop burglars. Police have issued crime prevention advice to residents in north Northumberland.
"17.10.2016 12:05:22" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police chief makes fresh call for lower drink drive limit Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner, Vera Baird QC, is once again urging the Government to lower the national drink drive limit from 80mg to 50mg. Fresh calls have been made by Northumbria's police chief to bring the drink drive limit down to the same level as Scotland.
"17.10.2016 11:38:22" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New location for Berwick bonfire Berwick's only community bonfire will be held in a new location this year. There's a new location for Berwick's bonfire this year...
"17.10.2016 11:00:56" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Call for Government to publish tobacco plan Calls from a group of MPs for the Government to publish its promised new Tobacco Control Plan without further delay have been welcomed by campaign group Fresh. MPs have called for the Government to publish its promised new Tobacco Control Plan without further delay.
"17.10.2016 10:05:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Ambulance workers honoured North East Ambulance Service workers have received The Queen's Medal for lengthy good conduct. Ambulance workers from north Northumberland were among those to receive accolades at a recent event.
"17.10.2016 09:45:47" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Reminder: Road to be closed for police investigation Motorists are being advised of a road closure in Berwick on Wednesday at the request of Northumbria Police. Reminder: Berwick road to be closed for fatal accident investigation
"17.10.2016 08:23:17" berwick-advertiser.co.uk A1 roadworks to begin later Work to resurface a busy roundabout on the A1 in Northumberland will begin later today. Roadworks on the A1 in north Northumberland will start this evening.
"16.10.2016 18:25:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Floral planters
bid is rejected Town councillors have turned down a proposal by Cllr Alex Gibson to increase the floral display budget by £300 and buy two barrel containers to be placed outside a shop next to the Sandgate arch. A bid to increase the floral display budget in #Berwick has been turned down by Berwick-upon-Tweed Town Council
"16.10.2016 17:01:02" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: The Royal Tweed Bridge peeks through one of the arches of the Old Bridge over the River Tweed at Berwick in this lovely picture by Darren Chapman.
"16.10.2016 16:26:53" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Coffee and cake for a great cause Great support was shown for Macmillan's World's Biggest Coffee Morning at Ellingham Village Hall on Friday, September 30. Villagers raised hundreds of pounds for Macmillan Cancer Support World's Biggest Coffee Morning at #Ellingham.
"16.10.2016 15:00:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Councillor in call for action on speeding A county councillor who has long campaigned on speeding has hit out at the authority's lack of influence in a road-safety partnership. A councillor has hit out at Northumberland County Council's lack of influence in a road-safety partnership.
"16.10.2016 13:00:32" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Residents urged to have their say on creation of a plan for Berwick Firstly, may I thank all members of the working group and steering groups for the time that they have put in to developing the Berwick Neighbourhood Plan to date. Residents are being urged to have their say on the future development of #Berwick.
"16.10.2016 11:00:34" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Digging in at Lennel Kirk The 12th century kirk at Lennel, near Coldstream, has been under investigation by Coldstream Primary School pupils. Pupils have been digging in to the history of the 12th century kirk at Lennel, near #Coldstream.
"16.10.2016 08:18:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Autumn run of salmon yet to arrive in River Tweed Net fishing on the River Tweed at Paxton is for scientific, rather than commercial purposes, with all fish returned to the river after being caught. Last year was a poor salmon fishing season on the River Tweed, but there still no answers why.
"15.10.2016 18:36:15" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick hosting heritage conference Berwick Conservation Area Advisory Group has joined the Historic Towns Forum, a national organisation, for this year's combined autumn conference. Berwick is hosting a conference aimed at making the most of market towns and places are available if you fancy having your say.
"15.10.2016 16:28:23" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Talking newspaper service is doing well There are still many people in Berwick and district who would enjoy the talking newspaper, chairman John Lackenby told the annual meeting. Visual impairment need not be a problem to keeping up with the news, thanks to Berwick Talking Newspaper.
"15.10.2016 14:36:35" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Asda supports Berwick Stroke Club Berwick Stroke Club has received a £500 donation from Asda. Berwick Stroke Club is celebrating after receiving a £500 donation from Asda
"15.10.2016 13:17:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Brown Bear team delighted with public response A Berwick pub is set to re-open next month as a community-based social enterprise following fantastic feedback from the public. A #Berwick pub is reopening earlier than expected, following a fantastic response to plans for its revival.
"15.10.2016 12:28:53" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Celebration helps to mark milestone for Hutton Village Hall A special event was held recently to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the opening of Hutton's village hall. It's 10 years since the opening of Hutton village hall and villagers got together to celebrate the anniversary.
"15.10.2016 08:18:40" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Traders call for extra parking in town centre A large majority of businesses in Berwick believe there is insufficient parking in the town centre at peak times. Traders in Berwick are calling for more car parking in the town centre.
"15.10.2016 05:22:06" Timeline Photos VIEW OF NORTHUMBERLAND: Autumn colour over north Northumberland, by Darren Chapman.
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"14.10.2016 14:25:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick pupils take part in Local Democracy Week Berwick Middle School pupils were among those who took part in an interactive session with local councillors at County Hall to mark Local Democracy Week. Berwick Middle School pupils went on a visit to County Hall as part of Local Democracy Week.
"14.10.2016 13:31:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Coastal community team bid investigated Plans are being put together to create a Coastal Community Team (CCT) in Berwick that could tap into Government funding. A Berwick bid is being put together which could open the way for grant funding.
"14.10.2016 12:10:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Fund-raisers step out for charity on annual walk around Holy Island Against a backdrop of blue sky on Sunday, North Northumberland Fundraising Group held its eighth Forget Me Not Walk for blood cancer charity Bloodwise. An annual charity walk on Holy Island was a huge success!
"14.10.2016 11:06:09" berwick-advertiser.co.uk 'Takeover' at Paxton House A group of students from Eyemouth High School enthusiastically accepted the challenge of running Paxton House last Wednesday. There was a 'takeover' at Paxton House by local school pupils last week.
"14.10.2016 10:07:07" Northumberland Gazette A public exhibition is being held in Bamburgh next week to raise awareness of highway improvements proposed for the village.
"14.10.2016 10:05:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Muddy MP completes Commando Challenge Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan has taken part in the Royal Marines' Commando Challenge in aid of two fantastic charities. Mud-soaked MP takes on Commando Challenge.
"14.10.2016 09:10:06" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Call for talks on the future of Old Bridge Town councillors have called for more information on the structural stability of Berwick's 17th century Old Bridge. A call has been made for urgent talks on the future of Berwick's Old Bridge.
"14.10.2016 08:18:03" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Petition calling for historic Bell Tower to be saved is tabled A petition with nearly 700 signatures calling for Berwick Infirmary's Bell Tower to be saved has been handed over. A petition containing nearly 700 names is calling for the Bell Tower at Berwick Infirmary to be saved.
"13.10.2016 16:15:14" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Colleges invited to discuss skills centre Preliminary talks are due to be held about the possibility of creating a Berwick Innovation and Skills Centre. Encouraging news...
"13.10.2016 15:30:34" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Dismay that Wooler work only half done Wooler's county councillor has expressed his dismay after discovering that work to relay pavements in the town centre will only be half a job. It has emerged that street repairs in Wooler will only be half finished.
"13.10.2016 14:37:29" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Farne Salmon wins award for its support to employees Farne Salmon, the Borders' largest private sector employer, has won the Training and Development category in the Best Employer Awards run by Scottish Business Insider. Farne Salmon has won an award!
"13.10.2016 14:12:48" Timeline Photos It's a bit bleak on Spittal prom today...
"13.10.2016 13:48:39" Maltings Berwick It's OPENING NIGHT! Running Thursday - Saturday 7.30pm, Berwick Operatic Society return for their annual Autumn show! Following on from last years fantastic production of Hi-de-Hi - they return with an amazing showcase to some of the best musicals written
"13.10.2016 13:30:41" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Voluntary groups join forces for recruitment drive More than 20 community groups and charities will be taking part in the North Northumberland Volunteer Recruitment Fair on Saturday in Berwick. A volunteer recruitment fair is being held in Berwick on Saturday.
"13.10.2016 12:30:58" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Pupils deliver safety message at new store Construction of the new Pets at Home store in Tweedmouth is nearing completion and on schedule. Berwick pupils have helped to deliver a safety message at the new Pets at Home store.
"13.10.2016 12:04:24" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Fatal collision investigation to be carried out by police Motorists are being advised of a road closure in Berwick next week at the request of Northumbria Police. Police are to close a road for an investigation into a collision in which a Berwick man died.
"13.10.2016 11:20:07" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Record enrolment at college Northumberland College's Berwick Centre has enrolled a record number of students for the new academic year and there's still time for new students to sign up. Good news for Northumberland College in Berwick!
"13.10.2016 10:30:12" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Play park threatened with closure A Berwick play park could close within months unless a new organisation comes forward to take responsibility for it. A Berwick play park is being threatened with closure...
"13.10.2016 09:31:08" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Bounds rideout to break with tradition The historic Riding of the Bounds in Berwick will break with tradition next year when it moves from its May 1 date on the calendar. Berwick's Riding of the Bounds is to break with tradition by moving from its May 1 date so it can be held on a Saturday.
"13.10.2016 08:29:48" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police can't rule out return of protesters Northumbria Police has been unable to rule out a return visit to Berwick by far-right groups in the future. Far-right groups could return to Berwick again in the future after police defended their right to march.
"12.10.2016 17:38:10" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Choir delighted audience at gallery Singers delighted their audience with a varied programme when they performed at a Berwick Gallery. The Berwick Community Choir went down a storm at The Watchtower Gallery. You, too, could play a part.
"12.10.2016 16:26:58" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Spittal trust to hold autumn fair Spittal Improvement Trust will be holding its autumn fair this Saturday in St Paul's Church Hall from 11am to 3pm. Spittal Improvement Trust's autumn fair is being held on Saturday.
"12.10.2016 16:02:59" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Garden hosts awards night for council staff The contributions that county council staff have made to Northumberland have been recognised at a special awards evening. An awards evening has been held for staff at Northumberland County Council.
"12.10.2016 15:39:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Riders looking for a right hand man Berwick Riders' Association is now looking for its new right hand man for 2017 who would go on to become chief marshal in 2018. Berwick Riders' Association has begun its search for a right hand man for 2017.
"12.10.2016 13:43:39" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick pub changes hands The UK's largest independent pub operator has bought the Leaping Salmon pub in Berwick. It's official: The Leaping Salmon pub in Berwick has been taken over by the company which runs Slug & Lettuce.
"12.10.2016 13:20:18" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Showcase for women in business Douglas Home and Company, chartered accountants, will be holding the fourth annual Supporting Women in Business event on Tuesday, October 25, starting at 7pm at Springwood Park in Kelso. A business event showcasing the role of women is being held later this month.
"12.10.2016 12:26:58" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New town map is installed A new map of Berwick installed in the town centre has proved an instant hit with visitors. A new town map has been installed in Berwick.
"12.10.2016 11:21:31" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Rangers support 'Show Racism the Red card' campaign Berwick captain Jonny Fairbairn and the club are supporting the latest Show Racism the Red Card campaign. Football: Rangers support 'Show Racism the Red card' campaign
"12.10.2016 10:24:58" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick lose to namesakes in tough game NORTH BERWICK 33 Rugby: Berwick lose to namesakes in tough encounter
"12.10.2016 09:38:26" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Police warn of tarmac sellers operating in north Northumberland Police have warned north Northumberland residents to be on their guard after receiving reports of people selling tarmac. Police have warned of tarmac sellers operating in north Northumberland.
"12.10.2016 08:14:48" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Deal struck on Indian healthcare Health and care leaders in Northumberland have signed a historic memorandum of understanding with a leading healthcare provider in India, as part of an ambitious £1 billion programme to transform Indian health and care services. Northumbria Healthcare and Northumberland County Council have struck a deal to work in partnership with a leading healthcare provider in India.
"11.10.2016 15:00:19" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Berwick MP raises Northumberland County Council's borrowing during inquiry Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan has raised the extent of Northumberland County Council's capital borrowing during an inquiry into the financial stability of local authorities. Northumberland County Council's borrowing has come under the spotlight.
"11.10.2016 14:47:36" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Forest are on fire as Spittal slump FOREST HALL 4 Football: Forest on fire as Spittal slump
"11.10.2016 14:46:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Amateurs brought back down to earth GORDON 3 Football: Amateurs brought back down to earth
"11.10.2016 14:45:48" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Lough nets winner as Rangers lose derby TWEEDMOUTH RANGERS 0 Football: Rangers lose derby to Eyemouth in EoS
"11.10.2016 14:44:44" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Belford off bottom with win over neighbours Amble and Belford both picked up wins in the North Northumberland League Division 1 on Saturday, with Embleton and Springhill recording big wins in Division 2. Football: Belford off bottom of NNL with win over neighbours
"11.10.2016 14:43:38" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Colts fight back for vital win in the Border League ANCRUM 3 Football: Colts up to second in Border Amateur League
"11.10.2016 13:58:58" berwick-advertiser.co.uk New offices in Berwick are nearing completion New offices on the site of the former Kwik Save supermarket in Berwick are taking shape. Promotional hoardings around a Berwick building site have been removed as construction nears completion. What's your verdict?
"11.10.2016 13:00:05" berwick-advertiser.co.uk Tesco to fine those who misuse bays Tesco is to introduce fines for people who wrongly park in disabled or parent and child bays at its stores. Tesco is to clamp down on drivers misusing disabled and parent and child parking bays.