Members of the Hexham platoon of the Home Guard during the Second World War.
Wendy Dunlop, with her aunt Marion at Tynedale Tennis Club.
Billy Bell (second from left).
Another Corbridge resident is recued from a bedroom window D020528 Corbridge Floods
K471635 Geoff Carter Hadrian's Timber Wall. TUESDAY 22ND NOVEMBER 2016. KATE BUCKINGHAM.
3 November 2016. Submitted pic. Architect Charles Clement Hodges in the late 1880s.
Six smiles that show the ladies of the Black Bull, Corbridge, are right on target when it comes to throwing darts. For they have just won the silver trophy and £75 cash in the ladies' dart tournament at Dontino's, Hexham, by three games to nil. They are (back row, left to right) Anne Simpson, Betsy Newell, Shirley Smith and Norma Lowes, (front row), Marilyn Urwin and Connie Bell. Issue: Page 6, July 16, 1976 G9LadiesDarts16Jul76.jpg
Chairman of Hexham Abbey conservation group, Tom Kelsey, with some of the medieval Dance of Death painted panels. Photo: K421630
Gwenda Gofton revisits her old classroom on a recent visit to Bampton (it's actually no longer a school, but the annexe where she was taught is relatively unchanged)
We turn the clock back to 1973, and a poignant image of one of the last coal mines to close in Tynedale. This was the scenes as miners came to the surface after the last shift at Bardon Mill.
Ahead of Slaley Show on Saturday we're looking back 25 years as some young riders line up to take part in the 1991 show.
Gilsland Show September 1986
For the second year, Ovingham Middle School Under 11s cricket side reached the final of the Wrigley Softball Cricket competition held at Edgebaston. They were unable to repeat the last years victory but did themselves and the school proud. The team pictured with teacher Mr John Pickworth comprised (back row) Peter Thompson, Paul Rutheford, Mark Bowes, Michael Tate, Anthony Andrews and Gareth Robson, (front) Jonathan Mannering, Christopher Travis and Martin Burgess
An Evening of Music and Drama at Prudhoe Secondary School, July 1976.
A photograph of members of Haltwhistle Mothers' Union from 1900. *Photo: K271647
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