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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Illustrator Daniel Weatheritt

Cramlington artist uses talents to help in fight to save North East's red squirrels

New booklet goes to 100,00 homes in region in bid to raise squirrel funds

Andy Thorpe and Naomi Gray

Newcastle University student brewery launches first ale after beer taste survey

OverDraught ale goes on sale at the university and certain pubs after campus survey of tastes in beers

Crawford Bridge, over the Ouseburn, in Byker

Celebration of the River Tyne's tributaries and hidden underground watercourses

New book by Ken Smith probes the subterranean streams under Newcastle upon Tyne

Left: Ciaro bazaar, from the Berwick Burrell collection; Right: Dancers by Degas, from the Berwick Burrell collection

New display highlights Northumberland's very own Burrell collection

Berwickshire shipping magnate who bought his first work of art with money given to him for a cricket bat donated hundreds of items

Simone Price

County Durham woman helped back to health by nature

Wildlife trusts in the North East have launched a drive to highlight the outdoors as a therapy

Dr Richard Buckley, lead archaeologist on the Greyfriars dig

Durham University graduate will give talk on Richard III grave discovery

Durham University graduate Richard Buckley will return to the region to give a talk on discovering the grave of Richard III

James Garratt runs an environmental crops company combining science and nature

North East scientist plays part in challenge to feed a growing world

Newcastle company chief sets up foundation fund to help region's researchers boost food production

Samantha Tranter, who led the WildWatch scheme

700 volunteers scour the North Pennines in WildWatch project

WildWatch project run by North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural amasses 20,000 sightings but has now reached end of its three years

Ruth Dodds, forground, at the opening of Redheugh library in Gateshead

Diaries reveal one Gateshead woman's First World War experiences

Gateshead's Little Theatre founder Ruth Dodds wrote of life working in a Tyneside munitions factory during the First World War

Newcastle young offenders pay back society with environmental graft

Reparation scheme celebrating first birthday of project set up to benefit environment and themselves


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