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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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

A postcard purporting to show a Zeppelin over Blyth on April 14, 1915, although the residents seem remarkably unperturbed

When war in the air came to the North East

Author's grandmother inspired book on Zeppelin airship raids over the region during WWI

Computer generated image of the proposed Hauxley Nature Reserve visitor centre

£417,000 lottery boost for Northumberland bay's nature reserves

A cash award from the Heritage Lottery Fund gives the go ahead for a new visitor centre at Hauxley Nature Reserve at Druridge Bay

St Thomas' Church, Haymarket, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Lottery cash plan to aid North East historic churches and take on new roles

Scheme aims to create new community uses for 18 churches in region

Sally Hutt on Warlaw Pike

Northumberland climber ascends 50 hills to raise funds for schools charity

Sally marks 50th birthday year with same number of hill climbs after visit to Kenyan school in need

Ian Hall at the Pill box that was disguised as a small cottage on the coast at Druridge Bay

How two world wars added to legacy of conflict in Northumberland

Alnwick author Ian Hall investigates the legacy left in Northumberland by two world wars

Dr Leona Skelton at Howdon sewage treatment works on the Tyne

River Tyne's story revealed in study by environmental historian

Environmental historian Dr Leona Skelton delves into the ups and downs of Tyne history over the centuries

Left: A group of young women in formal Victorian pose; Right: A Coal Board promotional image of a miner washing in a tin bath

Worldwide views for mystery Northumberland pictures

The element of mystery is why a collection of lantern slides in an exhibition at Woodhorn Museum and Northumberland Archives has now been seen in 30 countries in newspapers and online

The sleeping lions winning image by Michael Nichols - the winning inage in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition

Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition opens at Centre for Life in Newcastle

County Durham pair's work highlighted as top wildlife picture exhibition comes to Tyneside


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