Hexham

Greg and Kristy Giblin of The Pudding Parlour

Hexham's Pudding Parlour targets Newcastle market with Fenwick concession counter

American-inspired bakery a year ahead of business plan as customer demand increases

The Journal murder mystery competition prize up for auction 30 years on

Kate Ford who won the Journal Whodunnit competition in 1984 and won a sapphire necklace which is now up for auction at Anderson Garland
Prize gems - given away for solving a whodunnit puzzle in the Journal - are now to be sold by 1984 winner

Stan Laurel's letter to his friend's wife on Tyneside goes under the hammer

Stan Laurel's letter to his childhood friend Arthur Miller, of Tynemouth, being auctioned by Anderson and Garland
Comedian's letter to the wife of his North East schoolfriend is up for auction at Anderson and Garland in Newcastle

North East business stars on national stage

Stephen Slater of RMT, Natalia Blagburn of Rivers, who have supported REALsafe, and Andrew Richardson and Zoe Farrington of REALsafe technologies
North East entrepreneurs Zoe Farrington and David Carr go head-to-head at a national event

Pay attention and be prepared to help stock through winter, says NBA board member

Charlie Maclaren of the National Beef Association
Charlie Maclaren offers advice on everything from diet to spotting the effects of Mycotoxins
Billy Lowes who lost his leg in a shell blast during the First World War

Fascinating stories form part of Humshaugh First World War exhibition

Tynedale village set to showcase stories from First World War as part of an exhibition this weekend

Survey gives hope as red squirrels hold their own

A red squirrel, with a nut in it's mouth at Kielder Forest
North East's red squirrels hang on to their territory in face of grey advance, a new study suggests

Farmers feel 'targeted' by thieves as rural crime bites across the North East

Lambs feeding on hay at a feeder
The cost of rural crime in the region shot up last year, new figures reveal, as farmers say they believe thieves are targeting their farms
Greg and Kristy Giblin of The Pudding Parlour

Hexham's Pudding Parlour targets Newcastle market with Fenwick concession counter

American-inspired bakery a year ahead of business plan as customer demand increases

North East business stars on national stage

Stephen Slater of RMT, Natalia Blagburn of Rivers, who have supported REALsafe, and Andrew Richardson and Zoe Farrington of REALsafe technologies
North East entrepreneurs Zoe Farrington and David Carr go head-to-head at a national event

Pay attention and be prepared to help stock through winter, says NBA board member

Charlie Maclaren of the National Beef Association
Charlie Maclaren offers advice on everything from diet to spotting the effects of Mycotoxins

About Hexham

Hexham is a market town 25 miles west of Newcastle, located in the Tyne Valley in the county of Northumberland. It is surrounded by small towns and villages including Corbridge, Riding Mill, Stocksfield & Wylam to the east; Acomb & Bellingham to the north; Alston & Allendale to the south; and Haydon Bridge, Bardon Mill & Haltwhistle to the west.

Videos & Photos

Kate Ford who won the Journal Whodunnit competition in 1984 and won a sapphire necklace which is now up for auction at Anderson Garland

The Journal murder mystery competition prize up for auction 30 years on

A dam being built on the river Wansbeck at Mitford to stop future flooding in nearby Morpeth

Wansbeck returns to original course after flooding prevention work

Objects up for auction from Ayton Castle. Chris Wilkinson with huge wardrobe

Ayton Castle historic treasures go under the hammer at Railton's auctioneers

 

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