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  2. The Olympics where originally called the Statesmen and changed their name to the Olympics, but as far as I am aware it was not due to the name of a Drum Kit. Memory fails when it comes to things long ago, I cannot remember why they changed their name, perhaps Alan can help?
  3. No Bill, it was Bob McGregor. I had a good week last week, stopped at Cresswell Towers for the week. Met up with a lot of old friends in Bedlington.
  4. Yesterday
  5. Photo and names from Pat Kirkham - Past Times History Facebook group.
  6. It was founded in 1926 as Bedlington Secondary School for the areas of Bedlingtonshire, Ashington and Newbiggin, being built next to Bedlington railway station. Subsequently it became Bedlington Grammar School, before turning comprehensive in 1974. It gained Maths and Computing College status in 2009. Ex pupils you should know :- Sir Bobby Charlton CBE & Sir John Hall, who built the MetroCentre
  7. Last week
  8. No 19 corrected to Sylvia Byrne. Update from Sylvia.
  9. Late of catching up as usual,but a BIG thanks Alan! Caring duties at home becoming more intense Alan,so will be checking in whenever I can. Cheers Bill.
  10. No 12 updated - name from Shirley Walker - Cambois Facebook group.
  11. Alan Edgar (Eggy1948)

    Local Football 2

    Local teams other than Bedlington Mechanics teams. The history of Bedlington Mechanics is current being researched by @Ovalteeny and his info is posted in the topic BEDLINGTON MECHANICS FC under - Hobbies & Interests > >The Sports Club>
  12. No 7 Shirley Nairn - update from Derek Blake, Cambois Facebook group.
  13. The same photo posted by Eric Ovington on the Facebook group - Bygone Bedlington. Eric is No 13 - names updated .
  14. I still haven’t been able to catch one of these. Hopefully next year.
  15. As it passed through Bedlington............
  16. 1960 photo, and names, from Pat Robinson - Cambois Facebook group.
  17. Pupils that attended the junior schools in Cambois & Bedlington progressed to the West Sleekburn Middle school , in the 1980's & 90's before moving on to the 'High' schools.
  18. 1991 - photo from John Drysdale and names from the Bygone Bedlington Facebook group members.
  19. 1993 - photo from Sara Appleby and names from Sara and Hayley Luke.
  20. 1991 photo from Sarah Appleby (nee Krzyzanowski No 21) and all named by No 23 Hayley Luke.
  21. Photo from John Fox and names from the Facebook group Bygone Bedlington members.
  22. Celebrated it's 100th year on June 30th 2012. The school has a web site with a collection of photos over the years and the web site address is http://www.bedlingtonstationfirstschool.com/bsfs100/100_years_of_Photographs/100_years_of_Photographs.html
  23. Newspaper cutting from Jim Hardy - Facebook group Bygone Bedlington.
  24. Westridge c1967 - photo from Joanna Jackson - Facebook Bygone Bedlington group and names from the Facebook group members.
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      Lynemouth Power Station has gifted the community club with a life-saving heart defibrillator which will now be installed at the Welfare Park ground. If deployed within three to five minutes of a cardiac arrest, such equipment could potentially increase the chances of someone surviving a heart attack from six to 74 per cent. Each minute without CPR and defibrillation also reduces a patient’s survival rate by between seven and ten per cent.*
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