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Jenny’s selfless act in aid of Save for Samuel

Despite dealing with her own battle against cancer, a mum-of-twins has decided to do some fund-raising for a Morpeth family’s appeal to take their son to the USA for some revolutionary treatment.

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Coun Peter Jackson, leader of Northumberland County Council, and Coun Nick Forbes, leader of Newcastle City Council, discuss the North of Tyne devolution deal at Westminster.

Council leader welcomes North of Tyne devolution deal

A devolution deal for Northumberland, Newcastle and North Tyneside was confirmed in yesterday’s Budget.

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Decision to disband Arch made after big independent review

Arch, the arms-length development company of Northumberland County Council, is to be dissolved.

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The Elf on the Library Shelf challenge.

Join the Elf on the Library Shelf challenge to win a prize

Libraries across Northumberland are holding a mini-Christmas reading challenge to encourage children to visit their local library and keep reading over the festive period.

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Santa starts his training early for the 2018 Active Northumberland Kielder Marathon Weekend, with event director Steve Cram.

Claus and Cram team up to launch Kielder Marathon 2018

A very special VIP has won the race to sign up for next year’s Kielder Marathon weekend as entries open today (Thursday).

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Pudsey with a group of pupils during his visit to Grange View Church of England First School.

Pupils grin and bear it for Children in Need

There was plenty going on at Grange View Church of England First School in Widdrington Station on BBC Children in Need day – including a visit from Pudsey.

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Chantry and Newminster pupils view the giant cake.

Baking and singing for Children in Need

Pupils at Morpeth’s two middle schools created some tasty treats that were combined to make a stunning visual on BBC Children in Need day last Friday.

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A hair-raising way to help good causes

A six-year-old boy put his first ever proper haircut to good use.

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Northumbria Healthcare has been awarded the Investing in Volunteers quality standard. Lynn McCormack, volunteer and charity development manager at Northumbria Healthcare, second left, with volunteer organiser Diane Temperley and volunteers Sandra Lonsdale, Wendy Hart and Lesley Smith.

Trust honoured for its volunteer service

A health trust has become the first in the North East to achieve a prestigious national standard for the way it manages its volunteering service.

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Charity’s appeal to fund new premises

A charity is appealing for help as it looks for new premises.

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Advice about health over winter period

Northumberland County Council is joining health organisations in encouraging residents to ward off common winter illnesses and make sure they stay well this winter.

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Fishing communities urged to apply for EU funding

Fishing communities stretching from Berwick to North Shields are being urged to make the most of £600,000 funding available to them before the UK exits the European Union.

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Witness appeal following serious collision on A1

Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious injury road traffic collision near Morpeth yesterday.

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School support for shoebox appeal

School support for shoebox appeal

Grange View Church of England First School in Widdrington Station has contributed 32 shoeboxes to the Operation Christmas Child appeal.

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Delving into the past of town’s fine building

Delving into the past of town’s fine building

I had lunch last week in the Café Vault at 29 Newgate Street, Morpeth.

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News from Northumbria Police

UPDATE: A1 reopened following serious collision

The A1 northbound has reopened after a serious collision saw it closed for hours this afternoon.
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David Harrison presents the grant to Fiona Sample at the Harrison Centre for Social Mobility launch event. Picture by Crest Photography.

Centre gives Oswin Project a grant boost

Seven charities received a share of £30,000 at the recent launch of the Harrison Centre for Social Mobility (HCSM) in Northumberland.

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Goosehill Private Nursery in Morpeth hosted a visit from Danish educators.

Private nursery in Morpeth hosts Danish educators

An outstanding nursery and nature kindergarten is hosting international study visits from Scandinavian educators.

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Planning list for council to determine

The following planning applications have been submitted to Northumberland County Council.

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