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Parade marks Armed Forces Day in Berwick

Berwick residents and visitors showed their support for the efforts of our military personnel when they turned out to watch a parade to mark Armed Forces Day. The parade, from Wallace Green to the town hall, featured Berwick Pipe Band, the North-East Eng

yesterday, 15:22 in Regional North East
 

REVIEW: Kids’ panto was out of this world

It may have been a far cry from the traditional Cinderella story but make no mistake: Those kids were having a ball! A cast of more than 50 excited eight to 13-year-olds burst onto The Maltings stage for the Junior Youth Theatre’s production of Interstel

yesterday, 15:22 in Regional North East
 

Can you be a dragon tamer?

Mary and Eve, so named as they were born on Christmas Eve, are two super bearded dragons who, unusually, share the save vivarium. They are very well handled, friendly and affectionate and are looking for a new home together. If you can help, contact Berw

yesterday, 14:53 in Regional North East
 

Holistic approach highlighted by hospice therapist

St Oswald’s Hospice reveals how they follow a holistic, indivisualised approach by highlighting the work of their Occupational Therapist and Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Specialist, Dr Lisa Cairns. Lisa has worked at St Oswald’s Hospice in Gosforth, Newca

yesterday, 14:26 in Regional North East
 

Pennyfarthing to lead parade at Glendale Festival

The organisers of next month’s Glendale Festival are urging people to dress up their bicycles and even mobility scooters to take part in their opening parade “We’ve even found a pennyfarthing bicycle, made by a local man Len Clucas (pictured with his cre

yesterday, 08:40 in Regional North East
 

Prior Park pupils bling their bikes for fund-raising Indian challenge

During National Bike Week, children from Tweedmouth Prior Park First School took part in Scottish Love in Action’s Hoof it to Hyderabad Challenge. The aim of the challenge is to cover the distance from Scotland to Hyderabad in India, 8,000 kilometres or

yesterday, 08:40 in Regional North East
 

Greenvale staff help heart charity

The Berwick branch of the British Heart Foundation has been presented with a cheque for £120 from Greenvale. Manager Debbie Calder received the cheque from Daniel Romaines after the firm’s Wear Red to Work day.

yesterday, 07:58 in Regional North East
 

More arrivals keep kennels occupied

On Sunday, July 2, we will be holding the first Mini BARK Music Festival. With a great line up of Summerland, Pyre, Hardly Original, Point Blank and The Joe Mangles, a great afternoon is promised, regardless of the weather as we have indoor and outdoor f

Saturday, 14:55 in Regional North East
 

Plant thefts in East Ord

Ord Parish Council has revealed that four large plants were taken from the flower box at the end of Rotary Way. Parish clerk Isabel Hunter said: “Volunteers undertake many hours unpaid work ensuring the boxes are planted and kept tidy as part of the entr

Saturday, 13:36 in Regional North East
 

Masterchef finalist to host supper club

MasterChef finalist, Lorna Robertson, is hosting her first individual supper club at Upper West Street in her home town of Berwick. She will be serving a seasonal four course menu with a glass of fizz on arrival and would love for you to join her. Seatin

Saturday, 13:14 in Regional North East
 

Coldstream traffic concerns raised

Traffic concerns in Coldstream are on the agenda when Scottish Borders Council (SBC) officials and councillors meet this week. Vehicles speeding down Nursery Lane, drivers ignoring the Parkside one-way system, plus parking in Guards Road and at bottlenec

Saturday, 10:40 in Regional North East
 

Teddy bears take over train

Teddy bears are set to take over Heatherslaw Light Railway on Ford and Etal Estates on Sunday. The resident teddies will be working and having fun at the railway and invite visitors to come along and join in their adventures. Whether you bring your own t

Saturday, 08:55 in Regional North East
 

Wildfire training exercise is conducted

Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service hosted a training exercise, incorporating virtual-reality wildfire training and involving European partners. The Initiative for Global Management of big fires through Simulation (IGNIS) programme project is funded b

Saturday, 08:12 in Regional North East
 

Landowners consulted on coastal path

The world’s longest coast walk, around the whole of England, will open in 2020 and consultations with landowners on the stretch between the Scottish border and Bamburgh are now under way. Andrew Best, a senior advisor for Natural England, told Berwick Pr

Saturday, 08:09 in Regional North East
 

Fun for festival-goers at the Allanton Inn

The Allanton Inn couldn’t have asked for better weather for its third annual beer festival and garden party. The warmest weekend of the year brought the crowds to Allanton, near Chirnside, to enjoy a beer or a Kelso gin, barbecue, Oink hog roast, Giacopa

Saturday, 08:09 in Regional North East
 
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