Wise Academies have announced plans to take over Haltwhistle Community Campus
Pictured working on Hexham Abbey are Luke Middleton and Sean Henderson. Photo: Paul Norris
A heatwave is expected to hit Tynedale next weekend.
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Sophie Gradon pictured on Love Island. Photo: ChronicleLive
Josie's Dragonfly Trust colour run 2017.
The group from Corbridge Middle School in the national finals. From left to right: Alfie Curtis, Henry Welch, Izzy Morwood, Christina Turnbull and Calum Kirkwood.
Watching the fun at Highfield Fest. Photo: Moira Wooldridge.
Tynedale cricket legend Ken Norton, who died aged 85.
For sale sign at the old Prudhoe Hospital site.
Bellingham Middle School parents and local residents fight to save their school from closure in the latest consultation by Northumberland County Council. Photo: HX2218119.
Prudhoe Police Station. Photo: D031482
The County Council's new local plan will go to consultation in July.
The track leading to Prudham quarry near Frankham. Photo: Paul Norris
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Artist Alison Raimes at her studio in Haltwhistle with some of the butterflies made by refugees and volunteers at Calais' Jungle. Photo: Paul Norris
Hexham rowers win gold in Nottingham.
Paul Nash at Stocksfield Golf Club.
The new hut at Haltwhistle Jubillee Football Club. Left to right: County Councillor Ian Hutchinson, Club Directors Caneron Bell, Mark Dixon, Alan Batey and Malcolm Hind. Picture by Paul Norris
Prudhoe Community Band at Wylam Fair. Photo: Paul Norris
DEFRA Minister, George Eustice, speaking at the farming summit at Ogle Hill Head Farm.
Tom Richardson with visitors to Wheelbirks on Open Farm Sunday.
NFU deputy president, Guy Smith.
Ken Henderson from the county council with Lord Curry of Kirkharle and Coun. Peter Jackson.
Ben Dolby is the new manager at the Foster Maddison headquarters in Hexham.
Sarah Pittendrigh from Kiln Pit Hill is celebrating 10 years in business with her company, Simply Bows and Chair Covers.
Hexham Railway station. Carlisle to Newcastle train. Northern rail services.
Steve Hull from Tynedale RFC and and chairman of the festival committee, Ian Cave, from Tynedale Lions celebrate the start of the 2018 Tynedale Beer and Cider Festival. Photo: MYLES HODNETT
Cows kill more people per year than sharks, according to several studies.
Ernst Wolfgang Topf and Ludwig Topf. Photo: courtesy of Topf & Sohne Memorial.
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