Morpeth Herald

Trapped deer rescued in Northumberland

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Ian Harding won the race

Amble runner wins Druridge Bay 10k

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Ben White

UPDATE: Missing Northumberland man found

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Finalists relishing moment in spotlight

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Talking newspaper goes digital

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Bells ring out in town to welcome new Mayor

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Adventure costs nothing but raises more than £10k

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We’re making a difference

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From left, Philip Rickard, Sarah Goldie, Macmillans fund-raising manager for Northumberland, and Rutherfords of Morpeth managing director Richard Rutherford.

Duo hoping to raise a hole lot of money

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Cheap ticket offer for Burgham Horse Trials

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SECOND-team cricket round-up.

Blagdon bowlers dominate against Cramlington

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Libby is national schools’ champion

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Tennis club on the look-out for more would-be aces

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Rutherford century as Morpeth take win

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Second win of season for Blagdon Park

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Highland National success Morpeth stable

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Shooters on target at Bywell ‘sporting’ event

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Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens. Picture courtesy of English Heritage.

Happy Birthday Belsay as hall celebrates its 200th anniversary

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Cambo First School pupils try out the new Dragon Cycle Trail at Wallington. Picture by National Trust / North News and Pictures.

Estate switches on to pedal power for trail

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Tulips by Mary Ann Rogers

Artist opens door to home gallery to showcase summer collection

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Tulips are continuing to bloom. Picture by Tom Pattinson.

Don’t forget to leave room for wild card

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A selection of the reliable, favourite Musselburgh leeks, new and old. As one generation is harvested the next is getting ready for planting. Picture by Tom Pattinson.

Long-term planning for the kitchen table

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