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The top 12 places in the North East for independent publishing

Durham City has been named as the North East's independent publishing hotspot, according to new rankings released by Amazon.

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GALLERY: Northumberland Miners' Picnic

Hundred's of people gathered at Woodhorn Museum today for the event which honours local mining heritage as well as being a fun family day out.
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Gangsta Granny by Birmingham Stage Company.

REVIEW: Gangsta Granny, Theatre Royal, until Saturday, September 2

David Walliams' Gangsta Granny is one of those shows that really does appeal to all ages - even little ones.

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VIDEO: Pitmen Painters - two new exhibitions at Woodhorn Museum

A new body of work by a contemporary artist and an exhibition of previously unseen works, both based on the Pitmen Painters, form part of Woodhorn Museum's summer season.

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Anne Bacon, conservator and Ashington Group Trustee, working on  The Bedlington Terrier which will be featuring in Pitmen Painters Unseen at Woodhorn. Picture by Jane Coltman.

Painters’ ‘unseen’ work finally on show

Woodhorn Museum will be putting the famous Ashington Group of Artists at the heart of its summer programme with an exciting new exhibition.

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Last chance to see Woodhorn exhibitions

Last chance to see Woodhorn exhibitions

There is still time to catch two exhibitions at Woodhorn Museum.

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Northumberland launches events to tie in with Great Exhibition of North

An eight-week programme of events celebrating Northumberland is taking place this summer while millions of extra visitors are in the region for the Great Exhibition of the North.

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The display of daffodils at Alnwick Castle.

A host of 250,000 daffodils - planted by hand at Alnwick Castle

The stunning display of daffodils at Alnwick Castle is generating quite a stir this year.
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An atmospheric shot of a church and gravestones, by Jimmy Morse.

NORTHUMBERLAND CAMERA CLUB: Members find religion in latest club theme

We have a challenge in the Northumberland Camera Club where we shoot images to a monthly theme and weekly keywords.

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Roarsome Easter fun at holiday park

Roarsome Easter fun at holiday park

A prehistoric guest is hatching plans to make a roarsome entrance at award-winning holiday park Golden Sands at Cresswell when it opens its doors this Easter Sunday.

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Family Fun at Blyth for Easter.

Free family fun for Easter

Family fun for all is on the agenda in Blyth as a free Mad Hatter’s Tea Party takes place.

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Stephanie Morgan School of Dance

Dancers’ tribute to Claire

A dance show is being held next month in memory of a special woman.

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100,000 purple crocuses in bloom at Wallington.

Wow! Amazing carpet of purple crocuses at Wallington

A breath-taking carpet of vibrant purple has reappeared in the walled garden at Wallington, despite the best efforts of the recent Beast from the East.

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International Women’s Day: Special tributes to be paid to campaigner Emily Davison

International Women’s Day: Special tributes to be paid to campaigner Emily Davison

Two events in Morpeth will once again remember and pay tribute to the part local suffragette Emily Wilding Davison played in bringing about one of the most momentous changes in British social history.

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Fund-raising for festival

A Blyth-based arts organisation has set up a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for its growing festival.

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Richard Abbot-Brailey author of Azarias Tor: The History Maker.

Debut novel for Richard

Cryptic and intriguing questions are posed in the debut novel of Cramlington author Richard Abbot-Brailey.

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In pictures: your photos of the Super Blue Blood Moon

An extremely rare lunar event called the “super blue blood Moon” has dazzled astronomers and skywatchers around the world.

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Milne Thornton's image of Buttermere Pines.

Club chooses its image of the year

Cambois Camera Club has announced that the digital image of 2017, selected by members, is Buttermere Pines by Milne Thornton.

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Tolu A Akinyemi.

Poet to see work in print

A Cramlington man is to have his work published in an anthology of poems.

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Looking back at Blyth youth clubs

Looking back at Blyth youth clubs

A book is set to be launched that looks at the history of youth clubs in Blyth.

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