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And Breathe ...

And Breathe ...

· By Chris Calvert

What happens at Bamburgh Castle once all the visitors have gone home? Director Chris Calvert tells us what the team will be doing over the winter months to improve the visitor experience in 2018

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Howick International Film Festival

Howick International Film Festival

· By John Roper

The first Howick International Film Festival takes place from 13-15th October.

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Time for tea ... or maybe a coffee?

Time for tea ... or maybe a coffee?

· By Janet Applegarth

One of the projects helped by our Sustainable Development Fund is Mandell’s Coffee Pot. In a letter displayed in the Parish Rooms at Embleton, Janet Applegarth, the project team leader, explains how the project has grown from its small beginnings …

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Good Citizens of Bamburgh!

Good Citizens of Bamburgh!

· By Isla Morton

Isla Morton, a pupil at Belford Middle School, tells us about her beach clean at Bamburgh

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Can she bait a line?

Can she bait a line?

· By Ian Hall

Ian Hall from Wilds of Wanney tells us about the latest edition of The Cheviot

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Berwick Conservation Area Advisory Group Conference hailed a success

Berwick Conservation Area Advisory Group Conference hailed a success

· By Annette Reeves

The Berwick Conservation Area Advisory Group is reflecting on its sixth successful autumn conference; held across two days with the Historic Town's Forum on the 19th and 20th October.

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Claire's Farne Island Mermaid Swim

Claire's Farne Island Mermaid Swim

· By Claire Thorburn

Claire Thorburn, director of Bamburgh-based Impact PR & Marketing, swam from the Farne Islands to the mainland in the summer in aid of charity. Why did she do it? Read on to find out more.

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A taste of this season at Farmers' Markets

A taste of this season at Farmers' Markets

· By Kathryn Potts, North East England Farmers’ Markets

Farmers' Markets are the best place to purchase local seasonal food and the following is my guide to the best of what is on offer over the summer around the Northumberland coast.

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Summer concerts at coastal venues

Summer concerts at coastal venues

· By Margaret Watchorn

Andrew and Margaret Watchorn are holding another series of their popular concerts this summer to raise awareness of the traditional music of north Northumberland.

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Northumbrian seabirds to become web film stars

Northumbrian seabirds to become web film stars

· By Wesley Davies

Coquet Island’s rare breeding roseate terns and their comical puffin friends are set to become stars with their own live camera feed, streamed worldwide on the internet.

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Litter picking  on the River Coquet

Litter picking on the River Coquet

· By Archie McNaughton

Hi, my name is Archie. I really like canoeing on the River Coquet and I wanted to do a litter pick because I saw that rubbish had been washing down the river.

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Doing a good turn for terns

Doing a good turn for terns

· By Chantal MacLeod-Nolan

Little terns are winging their way back to the Northumberland coast right now and preparations for their imminent arrival are in full swing.

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Welcoming Inn the cyclists

Welcoming Inn the cyclists

· By Martin Marshall

The Lindisfarne Inn at Beal is wheeling out a new project to welcome cyclists which has been funded by the AONB Sustainable Development Fund

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What's in season and on sale at Farmers' Markets in April, May and June 2016 in Northumberland?

What's in season and on sale at Farmers' Markets in April, May and June 2016 in Northumberland?

· By Kathryn Potts, North East England Farmers' Markets

I would like to tell you about my favourite local foods from Northumbrian Farmers' Markets due into season in the next three months. This food reflects the weather, the countryside in which it is produced and it changes with the seasons.

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Ripples from the House on the Shore

Ripples from the House on the Shore

· By Stewart Sexton

Guest blogger Stewart Sexton talks about a visit to 'Ripples from the House on the Shore'

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