Jeremy Corbyn spotted buying wool wrap during Northumberland break

Jeremy Corbyn spotted buying wool wrap during Northumberland break
 

Jeremy Corbyn took a break to visit one of the country’s most historic beauty spots and buy his wife some knitwear.
Following on from the Labour Party conference, the party leader was spotted on the train to Bardon Mill, Northumberland, where he had planned a day walking along Hadrian’s Wall with wife Laura.
Stopping off at the small town, which sits just off the River South Tyne, he visited the village shop to buy his spouse an upcycled woollen wrap.
They also reportedly enjoyed afternoon tea during their visit in the October sunshine on Sunday.
Sue Reed, the maker of the wrap, said she... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 76
Source: Sunday Sun
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