Corbridge

India, South Africa and World War One group of eight medals including distinguished conduct medal and military cross. Comprising 1316 Pte. F Poulter, 2nd Btn. Northumb. Fus. Indian General Service Medal with one clasp - Hazara 1888; Sgt. F Poulter Queen's South Africa Medal with three clasps -Transvaal, Orange Free State and Cape Colony; Act. Sgt. Mjr. F Poulter Distinguished Conduct Medal 10th Btn. Mounted Infantry; King's South Africa Medal 1902 with two clasps - South Africa 1901 and 1902; Regt. Sgt. Mjr. F T Poulter 3/9775 Northumb. Fus. Military Cross dated 14 October 1916; Victory, War and Star Medals for Sgt. F T Poulter 3/9775, all with ribbons, set in presentation case. Est. £600-800

County Durham war hero's medals to be sold at Morpeth auction

Northumberland Fuslier's medals from India, South Africa and the First World War are up for auction

Property gallery: Corbridge couples home is a grand design for life

The home of Tony and Anne Lapping in Corbridge, Northumberland
Husband and wife Tony and Anne Lapping have lived in their beautiful country home near the charming village of Corbridge for the past two decades

Northumbrian Water launch initiative to check waterways that could save you money

Richard Warneford, Northumbrian Waters Wastewater Director with Den Lilley (right), the first Water Rangers volunteer
Northumbria Water has launched an innovative scheme to help them check the region's waterways for pollution

Top rugby schools head to Tynedale for prestigious festival

Rugby action
Corbridge the venue on Sunday for an event labelled the biggest schools rugby festival in England.

Now tourists can take taste of Northumberland home

Ringtons teas
Long-established North East company Ringtons is to supply tourist information centres across Northumberland
The Duchess of Northumberland being presented with a bouquet of flowers by 90-year-old Vera Dickson

Duchess of Northumberland attends tea party to mark First World War centenary

The Duchess of Northumberland was the guest of honour at the event is presented with authentic 'trench cake'

Parts of Northumberland bucking trend for house sales

A couple outside an estate agent's window
Parts of Northumberland including the Tyne Valley are bucking the trend in terms of house sales, an estate agent has claimed

'Snobbiest village in Britain' finally gets its own fish and chip shop

Jonathan Dodds, manager of the new Angelfish takeaway fish and chip shop, behind the Angel Pub in Corbridge
Upmarket Corbridge, once at the centre of a row over a visiting fish and chip van, finally has a chippy of its own
Andrew Reed shows the overall sheep champion at Slaley Show 2013

Slaley Show organisers hopeful for another strong year

Several new categories are being introduced at the family-friendly Slaley Show event

Northumberland County Show raising cash for charity

The Northumberland County Show in 2013
Despite significant costs associated with a move from Corbridge to Bywell last year, the Northumberland County Show has pledged its continued support to charities and young people

Building surge flips Corbridge business on its head

Keith MacCaulay of Service Connections, based in Corbridge
Confidence in the house building sector has seen a Corbridge firm grow to meet demand

About Corbridge

Corbridge is a village in Northumberland, that lies four miles east of Hexham on the banks of the River Tyne. It dates back to Roman times when it was known as Corstopitum as it served as a garrison town for the central section of Hadrian's Wall. It was once a market town and now has a reputation for excellent shopping with small independent shops.

Videos & Photos

The new St Mary's Inn near Stannington

First look at new St Mary’s Inn gastro pub in Stannington, Northumberland

The cast of Lord of the Flies, rehearse at Heaton Manor School

Final rehearsals for first-time dancers starring in The Lord of the Flies at Newcastle Theatre Royal

The home of Tony and Anne Lapping in Corbridge, Northumberland

Property gallery: Corbridge couples home is a grand design for life

 

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