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  1. 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.
  2. Cherry ripens with a £280k makeover

    A popular Choppington pub is set to blossom after the completion of a major refurbishment.
  3. 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.
  4. Litter-pickers spruce up their park

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

    Arch is inviting Bedlington residents to hear about the progress with its development plans for the town centre.
  6. 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.
  7. Options on table for dam in park

    Three options are now on the table in relation to the ‘jewel in the crown’ of Humford Country Park in Bedlington.
  8. There was an excellent turnout for the World Onion and Leek Show at Bedlington Station and District Working Men’s Social Club, with entries from people across the country.
  9. Awards and scone competition

    Time is running out to nominate people for four accolades sponsored by East Bedlington Parish Council. The deadline to put someone forward for the Colin Parker Good Neighbour Award, Brian Richmond Sporting Achievement Award, Apprentice of the Year and Volunteer of the Year is Friday.
  10. Top growers on their way to club

    A new event in Bedlington this weekend has attracted people who know their onions from across the country.
  11. Arrests have been made following some vandalism by a group of youths in an area of Bedlington.
  12. Teen dies after car crashes into vehicles

    A man accused of causing the death of a Bedlington teenager as a result of dangerous driving appeared in court on Monday.
  13. The teenager who was killed when a car crashed into parked vehicles in Bedlington the early hours of Saturday morning has been named.
  14. Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was killed when a car crashed into parked vehicles in the early hours of this morning in Bedlington.
  15. Appeal for help over inscribed stones

    East Bedlington Parish Council is currently researching the area’s iron works and railway heritage. As part of this, old stories describe inscribed stones from local buildings, long disappeared, but which the local authority is trying to trace.
  16. Our thoughts will be with Katherine

    A father and daughter from Bedlington are taking on the Great North Run in memory of their neighbour who died aged just 17.
  17. Bedlington boogie for cancer charity

    A Bedlington woman, who is affected by cancer, has raised a grand amount for charity through a fund-raising event.
  18. Store supports The Beautiful Bella

    A group of staff at Choppington Co-op got baking to support the parents of a child who survived, despite being born at just 23 weeks.
  19. Event raises useful funds for school

    A successful summer fair was held before the end of term at Choppington Primary School to raise funds for important resources and equipment.
  20. Dam in park ‘must not be removed’

    Officials have been urged by a large group of Bedlington residents to protect the ‘jewel in the crown’ of Humford Country Park.
  21. Crowds flocked to Bedlington on Saturday to enjoy the second Northumberland Live of the year. The family-friendly festival took place in the town’s Gallagher Park, with headline act The Commitments performing soul classics such as Mustang Sally, Destination Anywhere and In the Midnight Hour. Other musical entertainment on the bill included the West End 80’s Mania Show, UB40 tribute band Ultimate 40, Pacific, The Sleeze Sisters, The Understudies, Just So and Unplugged.
  22. Three students who all fell pregnant and gave birth while in the middle of the same degree at the University of Sunderland have graduated with honours together at the Stadium of Light.
  23. A number of parks in South Northumberland have officially been named among the best in Britain.
  24. Students make the most of resources

    Students at a school in Bedlington enjoyed a range of activities that brought issues such as recycling and making the most out of resources to life.
  25. Landmark total for help hub

    Bedlington’s Community Help Hub celebrated a major milestone this week when it welcomed its 20,000th drop-in visitor. First opened in 2010, the facility in Front Street provides assistance to those looking for work – including with creating a CV and uploading it to websites, searching for jobs and completing application forms. The Community Help Hub also supports people with applications and queries about benefits or problems with statutory organisations or utility companies. Users enjoy free use of computers, with internet access, and they can make free phone calls. Run by volunteers from Hope Church Bedlington, it currently receives around 20 drop-in users per day. Church leader and Community Help Hub volunteer manager Dennis Fancett said: “It’s been a pleasure to help the people of Bedlington and wider community in their hour of need over the last seven years and I’d like to thank all our volunteers, past and present, who have given up their time to make this possible.