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    1. Public Notices & Announcements

      Births, Marriages, Deaths, Planning Notices, Local Authority Notices, and quite a lot else!
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    2. Site Announcements

      Announcements relating to the development of Bedlington.co.uk appear here.

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  2. Town & Around

    1. Talk of the Town

      Serious stuff about Bedlington, the wider Bedlingtonshire area, and topics of general interest. If you live between the Wansbeck and the Blyth then make this forum your daily drop-in.

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    2. Chat Central

      The only place where off-topic banter is OK. Just sometimes it's hard to recall that there ever was a topic! The general rules about defamation and harassment still apply though.

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    3. Friends and Family

      Searching for a long-lost family member or friend? Doing Genealogy research? This is the forum for you. Consider joining in with the discussion in other forums though - we're a big family, and at times you'll have something to offer to the many people keen to help you.

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    4. The Bedlingtonshire Consumer

      Good service, bad service? Good deal, bad deal? Best place to buy questions. Help other local people by sharing your experiences. Keep it factual. Suppliers have the right of reply.

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    5. Bedlington Traders

      A private forum for traders in Bedlington to network, coordinate and further the interests of Bedlington Businesses.

      This forum is exclusively for Bedlington Traders. If you are trading in the Bedlingtonshire area please contact us for access.

      To be notified of new topics in this forum click the follow button on the right side of the page.

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    6. History Hollow

      The place to ask (and answer) questions on Bedlington's long history, or simply to reminisce about days long gone.

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    7. Likes and Loathes

      Bedlington things - like them or loathe them? The rules here are simple: Start the thread with LIKE: or LOATHE: in the subject. Off topic will be removed or moved at the moderator's discretion.

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  3. Hobbies & Interests

    1. The Sports Club

      The place to have your say on sporting matters of the day. Whether it's Dr Pit or St James, park your opinions here.

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    2. Motors & Motoring

      All about cars and car ownership. There are many thousands of vehicle owners in Bedlington; here's a warmer place to meet than the "Tesco Car Park"!

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    3. Computing

      Computer chit chat: general discussion on technology, old, new, and future.

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    4. Entertainment

      Radio, TV, Film, Live Theatre, Recorded Music, Live Concerts, Computer Games - it's all here!

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    5. Food & Cookery

      Featuring all the culinary delights of the North East. Why not share your favourite recipies?

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    6. Photography

      All things photography and media production. Don't know your ISOs from your Apertures? Or simply want to show off your masterpieces? This is the forum for you.

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      Dean Dobson first started feeling unwell in February, when the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the UK was still just in double figures.
      The 29-year-old was sent home from work after becoming dizzy and struggling to breathe - and while a doctor mentioned that “people were panicking about coronavirus,” he was diagnosed with an upper respiratory infection.
      Dean, from Bedlington, Northumberland, continued to struggle with dizziness, breathlessness and exhaustion in the months that followed.
      While going between GPs, ENT consultants and a private neurologist, he was told the problem could be vertigo, an ear infection or neurological problems.
      Finally, in October Dean saw that as a health worker he was entitled to a Covid-19 antibody test.

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