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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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Cathedral organist is to give church recital

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Hear stories of Africa, its people and wildlife

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MEAL REVIEW: Black & Grey, Newgate Street, Morpeth

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Quilters to showcase masterpieces at ninth annual show in old hall

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Readers are urged to ‘risk’ a new book

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Guitar concert in Morpeth

Musicians impress with second concert

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An idiot in marriage

Jester is back with comedy

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Cathedral organist is to give church recital

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Guitar concert in Morpeth

Musicians impress with second concert

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New Voices Morpeth

Choir in search for more new voices

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The Morpeth in Bloom Fest  Carlisle Park
The band pictured are called 'Mad and the Hatters'

In the band- The boy with the beige guitar (grey jumper) is called 'Mark McGarry'. The boy with the black guitar (black jumper) is called 'Matt Dunbar', and the boy on the cello (sitting down) is called 'Craig Martin'.

Benefit to support refugees

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Ian Roberts organist and musical directos at St Nicholas Cathedral, Newcastle

New series of organ recitals set to begin

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Theatre announcement: West End smash Matilda to play Sunderland Empire on first UK tour

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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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Matthew Court with his family during his year in Uganda.

Hear stories of Africa, its people and wildlife

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