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  1. A Bedlington resident is hoping to succeed as an author following the publication of her first novel.
  2. Dam removal no longer an option

    Campaigners have spoken of their delight after it was announced that an option to remove a key structure at Humford Country Park in Bedlington is now off the table.
  3. Fingers crossed for blogger James

    People power has put Bedlington-based blogger James Common through to the finals of a national competition.
  4. Celebrations for centenarian Mary

    A woman in a Bedlington care home recently celebrated her 100th birthday.
  5. Donna gets top award for her volunteering

    A Bedlington resident recently received an accolade at a national ceremony in recognition of her many years of volunteering.
  6. Kit sponsorship boost for junior team

    Bedlington FC Wolves, pictured, have been lucky enough to have their home kit sponsored by Evolution Gym from Under 8s through to Under 11s.
  7. An event for two good causes is being organised by the family of a teenager who was the victim of a car crash in a Bedlington street.
  8. Family light up a life in memory of Emma

    Two Bedlington sisters remembered their cherished mum as they flicked the switch to light up a 25ft tree at a hospice’s annual Light Up A Life service in Newcastle on Tuesday.
  9. Students find the key to business

    Bedlington-based charity Leading Link took part in a special young people’s Christmas market in Morpeth.
  10. Outdoor art to celebrate individuality

    To mark the national Anti-Bullying Week, pupils at Stead Lane Primary School in Bedlington painted a rock inspired by the book Only One You by Linda Kranz.
  11. Awards joy for air cadet squadrons

    Cadets and staff from Bedlington and Morpeth were among those honoured for their achievements over the past 12 months at the recent Durham and Northumberland Wing Presentation Night.
  12. Local beers on offer at new micropub

    A new micropub has opened its doors in Bedlington, with locally-brewed beers and traditional ciders on offer.
  13. Continued support for band initiative

    A car dealership has reinforced its support for the Bedlington Brass Band Initiative.
  14. Children’s Minister Robert Goodwill has met members of the West Bedlington Early Years Partnership to hear about their experiences of delivering 30 hours of free childcare.
  15. Calls have been made for the introduction of mandatory sprinkler systems in all schools across the country following a major fire in Bedlington.
  16. Call to protect dam in letter to agency

    Fresh concerns have been raised over the future of a key structure at Humford Country Park in Bedlington following a site visit.
  17. A spook-tacular transformation

    Housebuilder Miller Homes transformed its Broadoaks development in Bedlington this Hallowe’en with the help of children from the nearby West End First School.
  18. Latest Brexit survey results

    Angels for Europe members stood by the market cross in Bedlington to ask passers-by their views on Brexit.
  19. A fire has completely destroyed two classrooms at a Bedlington school, with police treating it as arson.
  20. Hospice support ‘has been amazing’

    A Bedlington resident has praised St Oswald’s Hospice for its family support before and after the death of his wife.
  21. Cherry ripens with a £280k makeover

    A popular Choppington pub is set to blossom after the completion of a major refurbishment.
  22. MP welcomes new options for key dam

    Ian Lavery has welcomed the news that the future of Bedlington’s Humford Dam looks like it is becoming increasingly secure.
  23. Litter-pickers spruce up their park

    Volunteers collected more than 20 bags of rubbish during a litter-pick at Gallagher Park in Bedlington.
  24. Drop-in on town redevelopment

    Arch is inviting Bedlington residents to hear about the progress with its development plans for the town centre.
  25. Free event to help first responders

    A free limited places event to help key members of the emergency services will take place in Bedlington next month.
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