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Seaton Delaval

Seaton Delaval is a village in Northumberland. It is the largest of five villages in Seaton Valley and the site of Seaton Delaval Hall, completed by Sir John Vanbrugh in 1727. 'Seaton' means 'sea town', referring to the village's nearness to the North Sea. The land was once held by the de la Val family, who took their name from Le Val in Normandy.

Fishing on Lockwood Beck

Game angling: Lockwood Beck a brilliant place for rainbows

Sport is on the up at Lockwood Beck, where 139 anglers landed 574 rainbows for a rod average of 4.2

Stephen Treanor, director of Eland Homes and Richard Wood, director at Brims Homes

Brims development near Whitley Bay brings 50 new jobs

Work is progressing on a £3m executive housing development near Whitley Bay which has created 50 jobs

Lesley Rutter owner of the Flower Cabin in Seaton Delaval

Seaton Delaval shops left without phone and internet for up to a month

Valentine’s Day has turned sour for one businesswoman after her flower shop was left without a phone line or internet access for almost a month

The Duchess of Northumberland in Alnmouth to unveil superfast broadband

The Duchess of Northumberland launches superfast broadband project

The Duchess of Northumberland has launched a superfast broadband project in the county

Ross McDermott who was recorded by police travelling at more than double the speed limit

Driving ban for Northumberland man who travelled at 144mph

Self employed electrician Ross McDermott from Seaton Sluice was recorded by police driving at more than double the speed limit

Northern Alliance League round-up

Whitley Bay A striker Andrew Robertson impressed as he hit a hat-trick against Hebburn Reyrolle

Janet Brown, who disappeared in 2005

Murder suspect Donald Graham denies murdering missing heiress

Donald Graham denies the murder of missing Northumberland heiress Janet Brown and also pleads not guilty to plundering more than £300,000

Harry and Dawn Laidler, of Edelweiss Christmas Trees, in Seaton Delaval

Northumberland Christmas tree firm sees big jump in sales

Northumberland Christmas tree trader Eidelweiss reveal firm has experienced bumper sales early this year

Sculpture conservation expert Graciela Ainsworth with the statues in Seaton Delaval Hall

Restoration plan for historic statues at Seaton Deleval Hall

Restoration work is due to start on fire-damaged statues at Seaton Deleval Hall in Northumberland

Children from Guide Post Middle School

Guide Post Middle School set to close following Ofsted visit

A school in Northumberland which was found to be failing by Ofsted looks set to close

Nissan Leaf electric car being polished at the Nissan Plant, Sunderland

Thousands join Sunderland's Nissan Leaf revolution

A map showing where the first 3,000 Nissan Leafs have been sold has been revealed by the Sunderland-based car giant

A Dog's Heart coming to Washington Arts Centre

Preview: A Dog's Heart at Washington Arts Centre

A barking mad show is promised for a new show coming to Arts Centre Washington

The Twisting Duck theatre company

North East theatre groups receive £16,000 boost

Community theatre groups in the region have landed a windfall of £16,000 from a BBC charity set up to support grass roots talent across the country

Derek Hepple, who is to give up his charity cafe

Seaton Sluice dog lover Derek gives up charity cafe

A dog lover who has run a cafe for canine charities for ten years has finally called it a day

Winter Lantern Parade at Woodhorn Museum in Ashington

Families enjoy winter parade at Woodhorn Museum

Scores of families gathered at Woodhorn Museum to watch more than 300 paper and willow lanterns and six 7ft giant lanterns float by lighting up the dark winter sky

Heather Emmonds, 58, who had been convicted of murdering Tina Casey

Killer gran Heather Emmonds gets 20 years in jail for Tina Casey murder

Seaton Delaval grandmother Heather Emmonds is jailed for 20 years after being found guilty of stabbing Tina Casey to death

Heather Emmonds, 58, who had been convicted of murdering Tina Casey

Tina Casey murder: Grandmother Heather Emmonds found guilty

A grandmother who stabbed her son’s ex-partner to death could be jailed for a minimum of 25 years

Organisers are hoping to top last year’s parade at Woodhorn

Spectacular parade set to light up Woodhoorn Museum in Northumberland

Towns in Northumberland will be given a new lease of light this weekend as part of a lantern parade being held at Woodhorn Museum

Police at the scene of the death of Tina Casey at Wallridge Drive in Holywell

Court hears how grandmother stabbed son's ex-lover Tina Casey

Newcastle Crown Court hears how a Seaton Delaval grandmother fatally stabbed her son's ex-lover in her North Tyneside home

Northern Alliance: Teenager's stunning strike lifts Hebburn Reyrolle

A fantastic volley put the icing on the cake for Hebburn Reyrolle as they climb off the bottom spot

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