Monday, May 30, 2016
McCarthy & Stone signs on the old swimming pool land in Hexham. Photo: K2116100
The grenade found in Hexham last week.
Rowers with the new boat bought with funds from a Sport England grant. Photo: K211660
Celia Ridley handed out cheques to the value of £200,000. Left-right: Caroline Robertson from the Rainbow Trust; Louise Taylor from The Brain Tumour Charity; Louise Miles from the Teenage Cancer Trust; Anne Francis from Tynedale Hospice at Home; John Pearce from Wooden Spoon; Cathy Bates from Tynedale Hospice at Home; Celia Ridley; Gillian Raine from Ward 34 at the Freeman Hospital and Alan Olde from Wooden Spoon. Photo: K211651
Rector of Hexham, Canon Dagmar Winter, encouraged some of the 200 or so visitors to join hands and circle the historic structure as she led a ceremony to officially rededicate the landmark. Photo: K20654
Mowden Hall pupil, Max Eve, who has impressed organisers of the North East Wildlife Photography Competition so much that he has been invited on to the judging panel. Photo: K381536
The fancy dress at the annual Prudhoe Bogey Race was the talk of the town. Photo: Naomi Batey.
The Hexham Courant
Cream Tees play outside Hexham Abbey as part of the Hexham Gathering. Photo: K211639