Tony Henderson

Tony Henderson

Tony Henderson writes about environment, architecture, nature & heritage. He is a multi-award winning journalist with more than 30 years experience.

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Warning signs about the water in the pond at East Cramlington Local Nature Reserve which could be harmful to dogs if they drink it

Warning signs at East Cramlington nature reserve after dogs fall ill

Water alert signs have been erected at East Cramlington nature reserve after pet dogs fell ill after drinking water

Viscount Ridley and Gosforth Nature reserves Director James Littlewood at the new hide named in honour of Viscount Ridleys father

Architects design centrepiece for Gosforth Park reserve

A new observation hide has been designed by Gateshead architects and built by volunteers at Gosforth Park wildlife reserve

Poet Tony Harrison

The Eclectic Iron Festival in Cullercoats is back by popular demand

Award-winning poets, writers on a rock and a body on a pool table - just some of the delights of Eclectic Iron

Potter Ian Kille's ceramic little terns

Northumberland pottery little terns tempt birds to safety

Ceramics expert turns out models to help migrating birds find their way to a safe haven on the Northumberland coast

Major Percy’s carriage, far left, sets off on the journey to London with the captured French eagle standards protruding from the window

Duke of Northumberland's ancestor's dramatic part in Battle of Waterloo

Exhibition at Alnwick Castle to tell the story of Major Henry Percy's dash from the Battle of Waterloo to London

A red squirrel, with a nut in it's mouth at Kielder Forest

RSPB survey reveals wildlife use of North East gardens

RSPB project enlisted thousands ofobservers in region to record sightings of birds and animals in their own gardens

Coquet Valley hay meadows in Northumberland National Park

Fracking study examines Northumberland National Park's potential for controversial activity

Durham University research has looked into the level of fracking threat to the country's national parks - and found North Yorkshire could be targeted

A stained glass window at St Nicholas church in South Gosforth, dedicated to the Hunter brothers who were killed in the First World War

Gosforth church remembers brothers killed in same First World War battle

George Hunter, 28, and Howard Hunter, 26, were both captains in the 6th battalion of the Northumberland Fusiliers

Dusk at Souter Lighthouse

Souter Lighthouse in South Shields celebrates 25 years of being open to public

Souter Lighthouse, in South Shields, opened its doors to the public for the first time in 1990

Embleton Bay, Northumberland

National Trust Neptune coast campaign marks 50th anniversary

The National Trust Neptune scheme is celebrating a landmark birthday after being set up to save North East shoreline stretches

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