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10 December 2013 - Northumberland County Council - Christmas Free Parking Arrangements
02 December 2013 - The Railway Man
02 December 2013 - Christmas Lights
19 November 2013 - Relocation of North Area Planning Team, Northumberland County Council
13 December 2013 - Spittal Christmas Parade and Fair
16 December 2013 - Finance and Resources Committee
17 December 2013 - Planning Committee
'Natural causes' killed film-maker Opens in a new window
A film-maker who was sleeping rough for a project on homelessness died from sudden adult death syndrome, an inquest is told.
University's £50m for 'living lab' Opens in a new window
Newcastle University is to invest £50m in the next phase of the city's Science Central development, it announces.
New Bishop of Dudley confirmed Opens in a new window
The Right Reverend Canon Graham Usher is confirmed as the new Bishop of Dudley.
Beach WW2 pillbox set to be recorded Opens in a new window
A World War Two structure unearthed on the Northumberland coast by a tidal surge will be added to a historical record, experts hope.
Conditions for Berwick-upon-Tweed, UK at 7:49 pm GMT
Partly Cloudy, 12 C
Thu - Light Rain/Fog. High: 11 Low: 10
Fri - PM Drizzle. High: 11 Low: 4
Sat - PM Light Rain/Wind. High: 9 Low: 6
Sun - PM Light Rain/Wind. High: 9 Low: 6
Mon - Partly Cloudy/Wind. High: 7 Low: 4
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Freedom Ceremony - 17 April 2012
At a ceremony at the Guild Hall today, Tuesday 17 April 2012 at 11.30am, eleven applicants were admitted as Freemen of Berwick-upon-Tweed. After the ceremony the applicants were photographed on the steps of the Town Hall.
Front row (left-to-right) are Capt. James Evans (Chairman of the Guild), Paul Morgan (Halberdier), Mr Lance Robson (Sheriff), Mr Alan Bowlas (Town Mayor), Ms Joyce Benton (Sergeant-at-Mace), Ms Sue Finch (Town Clerk) and Mr Michael Herriott (Vice Chairman of the Guild).
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