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 Subject  Date  Description
People 05 February 2016 Plans to honour Henry Travers (Clarence in It?s a Wonderful Life) born at Prudhoe on 05/03/1875 were put on hold because he left the town when he was two.
Rural Topics 05 February 2016 Northumberland National Park launched online gallery to mark its 60th anniversary and appealed for pictures at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Compare 12/02/2016.
Haydon Bridge 03 July 2015 The Railway Inn closed its doors on Wednesday 1st July 2015 after having had seven tenants over twelve years. Enterprise Inns put it up for auction on 14th July.
People 20 February 2015 Peter Hunter (?Absolute Legend?) was celebrating his 80th birthday.
People 09 January 2015 Death of Frank Atkinson, founder of Beamish Museum, on 30th December 2014 at Ovingham, aged 90. The museum opened in 1971, with many of the artefacts being collected between 1968 and 1972. He was made a CBE in 1995.
Plashetts 09 May 2014 Colliery closures: South Tyne, Haltwhistle, 1931, Plashetts, 1935, Acomb, 1952, West Wylam, 1961, Bardon Mill, 1973.
Rural Topics 09 May 2014 Colliery closures: South Tyne, Haltwhistle, 1931, Plashetts, 1935, Acomb, 1952, West Wylam, 1961, Bardon Mill, 1973.
Schools 10 January 2014 Article on 50th anniversary of the opening of the present building of Kielder First School in October 1963 with head teacher Fay Hartland and Susan Enright.
Bardon Mill and Melkridge 18 October 2013 The new village hall at Bardon Mill, the world?s first earth-sheltered community building, was officially opened on Saturday 19th October 2013 by miner?s daughter Kathleen Weir.
Haltwhistle 17 May 2013 The new Haltwhistle War Memorial Hospital was due to open by March 2014.

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