Best-selling author Maggie O Farrell.
John Ellis enjoying a walk among the snowdrops at Wallington Hall.
Steve the dinosaur detective will keep youngsters entertained.
Ruth Lognonne from Kiln Pit Hill enjoys the king swing. Photo: D140947
Young visitors enjoying the Bears! exhibition at Seven Stories in Newcastle.
Broadway and Beyond: The Music Lives On.
Kath Marshall-Ivens and Laura Waugh.
Butler, John Overton at Belsay Hall.
Young Farmers Entertainment 2017. Whitley Chapel cast.
Jeremy Thompson, left, with Rib Tindall and Paul Myers as Malcolm, Arthur and Norman.
K071735 John Green. Former Director of Music for Hexham Abbey returns to put on a concert to raise money for the roof appeal. THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.
Lib - The Pitmen Poets, left to right, Jez Lowe, Billy Mitchell, Bob Fox and Benny Graham 7 March 2013. Pic Paul Norris
Dated 26/11/2015 Rare limited printings depicting the work of acclaimed 18th century North East engraver Thomas Bewick - made using Bewicks original hand crafted wooden blocks - have revealed surprising details hidden for more than 200 years and are now set to be released for sale by the National Trust, which cares for Bewicks Northumberland birthplace at Cherryburn in the Tyne Valley. Picture shows one of the original blocks. #NorthNewsAndPictures/2daymedia
Staff at Bearl Equine Clinic celebrate their nominations in the Petplan Veterinary Awards.
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