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    Live music at the Market Tavern in Bedlington every Tuesday evening from 8pm * Guest hosts each week * Pie pea and a pint supper only £5 - Pies supplied from D.J Lynn & Son Buchers * Vinyl swap shop - bring along your records and swap and sell with others * Guitar accessories on sale from Fretmarks music (was Dennis Todds music)
  2. Hi, I am asking for support from local Northumberland residents, particularly in Bedlington. There is a planning application in the process of being approved to demolish a part of Bedlington's history, although it is only a small part of the history, there isn't a great deal left in Bedlington now. The building was former Smithy/Stable in the 1960's however the building itself was constructed before that time. As you can see from the pictures, the building isn't in the best shape by any means, but it is hardly at risk of collapsing. I have summited an Application to English Heritage to get the
  3. This is a story of an interesting coincidence. The other day we were discussing World War II. In the bitter struggle of 1914-18 and in wars long before that, the men of Bedlington did their part in the bitter battles. To see if we could find anything which might throw some light on this reference to the wars beyond 1914-18, I looked into the groups records and there was the interesting coincidence facing me - an account of four soldier sons of Mr. Will Corby, a sexton, of Bedlington. Anyone related to this family ? Just thought the forum members would find this interesting and post it. All fou
  4. Here is a brilliant story for the forum members. Enjoy 137 years ago two young East Northumberland brothers, worried because of the declining number of jobs in the coal mining industry, decided to start a new life in Australia. Nowadays, the journey is comparatively safe and a comfortable one, but not so then. For they set out knowing that they were almost certainly leaving the land of their birth for-ever and heading to a country still largely unknown. Their trip was by sailing ship, horse and cab, train and foot. Diesels buses and cars were still inventions of the future. But they made it. T
  5. A reminder for forum users that the Sixtownships website has been updated for June. http://www.sixtownships.org.uk We have updated our archives with letters from soldiers on the front-line during World War One. The letters make fascinating reading and come from the Bedlington, netherton, barrington, tyneside, choppington, alnwick, west sleekburn and other areas. For those interested have a good read, you never know you may have family from the past having wrote letters. Read how the use of gas by the Germans affected our soldiers, how villages were destroyed, acts of bravery, and much more, in
  6. The website has again been updated and this time for the 17th of May. The new story, The Zeppelin Raid on the North East, includes photographs and newspaper reposts with pics. Log onto : http://www.sixtownships.org.uk Here is a little from it. About 8. O' clock the Zeppelin passed over the Choppington district on its way to Bedlington. When first seen it was coming from the coast and seemed to have come up the river. In a few seconds a large crowd ran down near to Mr. McHugh's sale rooms, where the Zeppelin was plainly visible, the noise being like that of a steam thrasher. Just at that point
  7. Brett

    Marketplace café

    From the album: Misc Bedlington

  8. Source: http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/communities/bedlington/2013/01/25/high-heaton-and-bedlington-homes-least-likely-to-be-burgled-72703-32680110/#ixzz2JGd3uOfF
  9. Brett

    Munchie Moos

    From the album: Misc Bedlington

    Munchie Moo's being renovated under the THI.
  10. Brett

    The Sun Inn

    From the album: Misc Bedlington

    The Sun Inn all lit up on a snowy January night
  11. I thought I would start this thread off following a "Door To Door" visit by Northumbria Police tonight. St. Johns Road has recently been the target of at least one opportunist burglary. I believe a door was left unlocked. A property was entered & item or items stolen. Let us keep each other informed with such matters that sadly blight our community. Forewarned is to be forearmed. NBM PC Keith Wood from Bedlington Neighbourhood Policing Team gives advice on crime prevention: PC Wood_Crime Prevention.mp3
  12. About Bedlington Bedlington is a town situated in South East Northumberland, England, United Kingdom, with a population of roughly 15,400, measured at 18,470 at the 2011 Census. It is a former mining town roughly 10 miles (16 km) north of the nearest city, Newcastle upon Tyne and 4.5 miles (7 km) southeast of the county town of Morpeth. Other nearby places include Ashington to the north northeast, Blyth to the east and Cramlington to the south. About This Website Bedlington.co.uk was initially launched in 2000 by the then Chamber of Trade. Re-launched in 2005 it now serves
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