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Young people of Northumberland were celebrated at Northumberland’s Finest awards for their range of great work seen throughout the County.
With less than 50 days to go until the Tour of Britain races through Northumberland, businesses, community groups and local residents are being called upon to help decorate the route and help turn the county red and yellow - the colours of the Northumberland flag.
A community project helping to improve the lives of people living in Blyth was the focus of attention at a national conference.
Northern Pride has been growing in strength since it began 10 years ago. Northumberland County Council is proud to be part of the movement, helping to break down barriers and creating a more open dialogue with members of the LGBT community.
All the fun of the fair is promised at Hepscott Park Horticultural Skills Unit on Wednesday, 26th July.
Northumberland County Council is celebrating a £10,064 funding boost from SUEZ Communities Trust (formerly SITA Trust) which will see the creation of a sculpture trail in Berwick’s parks.
A lucky student at The Grove School in Berwick was the winner of a competition to design a poster telling people how to recycle their plastic bottles.
Staff at a major Northumberland visitor attraction are flying high and whizzing through their workloads thanks to a huge boost in broadband speeds.
An ambitious programme of extra verge cutting has ensured that Northumberland is looking its best ahead of the main tourist season.
Northumberland county council is proud to support PRIDE, taking place this weekend, 21st to 23rd July, at Newcastle Town Moor.