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Ray Bather preparing for his cycle ride

Ray Bather (front) during his RAF days.

Ray Bather

 Ray Bather preparing for his cycle ride
Ray Bather preparing for his cycle ride
Ray honours war dead on cycle trip
FORMER military man Ray Bather is preparing a fitting tribute to the soldiers who fell on the Western Front during the First World War.

Marjorie Dallison from Hexham, who died on January 19.

 Marjorie Dallison from Hexham, who died on January 19.
Marjorie Dallison from Hexham, who died on January 19.
Death of leading community figure in Hexham
A WELL-KNOWN community figure in Hexham has died aged 91.

Skoda Octavia Scout Courant motors Feb 17

Skoda Octavia Scout Courant motors Feb 17

 Skoda Octavia Scout Courant motors Feb 17
Skoda Octavia Scout Courant motors Feb 17
New Scout takes a lot of beating
ON the face of it, the concept of a Sport Utility Vehicle is a bit farcical. Which sport are you engaging in at the helm of, say, a Land Rover Discovery Sport?
Our new-look website
THE Hexham Courant's website has a fresh new look.

Tarset's Matthew Festing, former Grand Master of the Knights of Malta.

 Tarset's Matthew Festing, former Grand Master of the Knights of Malta.
Tarset's Matthew Festing, former Grand Master of the Knights of Malta.
Matthew Festing back home after dispute with Pope
A NORTH Tyne man who was asked to resign by Pope Francis following a dispute over a condom distribution programme is back at home in Tynedale.

Owen Richardson, Caylan Holliday and Callum Beeckmans won national kickboxing titles.

Owen Richardson, Caylan Holliday and Callum Beeckmans won national kickboxing titles.

Owen Richardson, Caylan Holliday and Callum Beeckmans won national kickboxing titles.

 Owen Richardson, Caylan Holliday and Callum Beeckmans won national kickboxing titles.
Owen Richardson, Caylan Holliday and Callum Beeckmans won national kickboxing titles.
Trio kick their way to the top
NATIONAL titles for three kickboxing talents saw a small Tyne Valley club crowned fourth best in the country.

Josh Brooks netted Prudhoe Town's goal to take their Monkwearmouth Charity Cup semi-final with Sunderland West End to extra time. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM

Prudhoe Town striker Ste Forster beats his Sunderland West End opponent to the ball. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM

Prudhoe Town goalkeeper Liam Blair collects the ball from a Sunderland West End corner. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM

Prudhoe Town defender Dan Parker keeps the eye on the ball during the semi-finals clash with Sunderland West End. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM

David Wansell heads off the line for Prudhoe Town in their Monkwearmouth Charity Cup semi-final with Sunderland West End. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM

David Burns bursts forward for Prudhoe Town in their Monkwearmouth Charity Cup semi-final with Sunderland West End. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM

Arron Fletcher tries to get Prudhoe Town going in their Monkwearmouth Charity Cup semi-final with Sunderland West End. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM

Prudhoe Town's Arron Fletcher tries to get a shot away against Sunderland West End. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM

Derek Waters takes on his opponents during Prudhoe Town's Monkwearmouth Charity Cup semi-finals clash with Sunderland West End. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM

David Burns bursts forward for Prudhoe Town in their Monkwearmouth Charity Cup semi-final with Sunderland West End. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM

 Josh Brooks netted Prudhoe Town's goal to take their Monkwearmouth Charity Cup semi-final with Sunderland West End to extra time. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM
Josh Brooks netted Prudhoe Town's goal to take their Monkwearmouth Charity Cup semi-final with Sunderland West End to extra time. Photo: WWW.ANDYTPHOTOS.COM
Prudhoe Town FC v Sunderland West End
PRUDHOE Town were denied a place in the Monkwearmouth Charity Cup final as they were eliminated in extra time.

Former Acomb village correspondent Catherine Laidlow, pictured in 2012. Photo: D041262

 Former Acomb village correspondent Catherine Laidlow, pictured in 2012. Photo: D041262
Former Acomb village correspondent Catherine Laidlow, pictured in 2012. Photo: D041262
Sudden death of Courant's correspondent in Acomb
A WELL-KNOWN Tynedale woman, who was a familiar face to patients at Hexham’s Burn Brae medical practice, has died suddenly, aged 69.

Nissan Qashqai Courant motors Feb 10 2017

Nissan Qashqai Courant motors Feb 10 2017

 Nissan Qashqai Courant motors Feb 10 2017
Nissan Qashqai Courant motors Feb 10 2017
Stylish Qashqai is a class leader
MENTION Nissan to most people and they’ll think of a Japanese car manufacturer. Nothing particularly remarkable.

K051757 Active Leisure. Active Northumberland member Evelyn Robinson with aquafit members Doreen Hinde, Anne tait, Sue Brown and Rosie Cummings who all missed classes due to lack of instructors. WEDNESDAY 1ST FEBRUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.

 K051757 Active Leisure. Active Northumberland member Evelyn Robinson with aquafit members Doreen Hinde, Anne tait, Sue Brown and Rosie Cummings who all missed classes due to lack of instructors. WEDNESDAY 1ST FEBRUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.
K051757 Active Leisure. Active Northumberland member Evelyn Robinson with aquafit members Doreen Hinde, Anne tait, Sue Brown and Rosie Cummings who all missed classes due to lack of instructors. WEDNESDAY 1ST FEBRUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.
Women upset after classes cancelled at Prudhoe Waterworld
MEMBERS of a fitness class held at Prudhoe Waterworld say they feel short changed after a string of last minute cancellations.

Pet Shop Boys are the headline act at the new Festival on the Wall in Horsley.

The Libertines will headline a night at the new Festival on the Wall in Horsley.

 Pet Shop Boys are the headline act at the new Festival on the Wall in Horsley.
Pet Shop Boys are the headline act at the new Festival on the Wall in Horsley.
Pet Shop Boys are going west
WORLD famous musical acts Pet Shop Boys and The Libertines are heading to the Tyne Valley.

Newcastle Falcons director of rugby Dean Richards pictured at Tynedale Rugby Club.

Queen Elizabeth High School pupils pictured at the sports tour of Australia.

HEXHAM COURANT.

Year 12 sports captains from Queen Elisabeth High School in Hexham who are travelling to Australia in July on a sports tour.

Rugby captain Charlie Richards (FRONT).

Back L-R -Heather Hamilton (football), Ellen Packham (netball) and Lexie Howard (football).

WEDNESDAY 30th NOVEMBER 2016. DAVID HOLLINS

 Newcastle Falcons director of rugby Dean Richards pictured at Tynedale Rugby Club.
Newcastle Falcons director of rugby Dean Richards pictured at Tynedale Rugby Club.
Dinner helps sporting pupils reach their goal
A FORMER England international rugby union player and an ex-British distance runner will grace Hexham this weekend.

K041785 Befriending. Jo Robson (left) with Morag Kerr (right) enjoy coffee at Tyne Valley Garden Centre in Mickley as part of the Alzheimer's Society new service, befriending. TUESDAY 24TH JANUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.

K041790 Befriending. Befrienders Morag Kerr and Jo Robson at Tyne Valley Garden Centre in Mickley as part of the Alzheimer's Society new service of befriending. TUESDAY 24TH JANUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.

George and Jo Alzheimers feature feb 3 Courant

George and Jo Alzheimers feature feb 3 Courant

K041788 Befriending. Befrienders Morag Kerr and Jo Robson at Tyne Valley Garden Centre in Mickley as part of the Alzheimer's Society new service of befriending. TUESDAY 24TH JANUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.

K041787 Befriending. Befrienders Morag Kerr and Jo Robson at Tyne Valley Garden Centre in Mickley as part of the Alzheimer's Society new service of befriending. TUESDAY 24TH JANUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.

K041789 Befriending. Befrienders Morag Kerr and Jo Robson at Tyne Valley Garden Centre in Mickley as part of the Alzheimer's Society new service of befriending. TUESDAY 24TH JANUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.

K041791 Befriending. Befrienders Morag Kerr and Jo Robson at Tyne Valley Garden Centre in Mickley as part of the Alzheimer's Society new service of befriending. TUESDAY 24TH JANUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.

K041786 Befriending. Jo Robson (left) with Morag Kerr (right) enjoy coffee at Tyne Valley Garden Centre in Mickley as part of the Alzheimer's Society new service, befriending. TUESDAY 24TH JANUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.

 K041785 Befriending. Jo Robson (left) with Morag Kerr (right) enjoy coffee at Tyne Valley Garden Centre in Mickley as part of the Alzheimer's Society new service, befriending. TUESDAY 24TH JANUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.
K041785 Befriending. Jo Robson (left) with Morag Kerr (right) enjoy coffee at Tyne Valley Garden Centre in Mickley as part of the Alzheimer's Society new service, befriending. TUESDAY 24TH JANUARY 2017. KATE BUCKINGHAM.
Caring scheme sees friendships blossom
J O Robson and Morag Kerr are enjoying their weekly chin-wag over a cup of coffee at a Tyne Valley garden centre.

Viburnum Courant gardening Feb 17

 Viburnum Courant gardening Feb 17
Viburnum Courant gardening Feb 17
Plants to brighten up your winter garden
Even when it’s not snowing, Viburnum brings snowballs to the garden, and if it does freeze, this garden plant stays green and brings an early spring-like invigoration.

Honda Civic Courant motors Feb3 17

Honda Civic Courant motors Feb3 17

 Honda Civic Courant motors Feb3 17
Honda Civic Courant motors Feb3 17
Improved Civic ticks all the boxes
CARS like the Honda Civic were always closest to the heart of company founder Soichiro Honda.
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Filling my time productively is proving to be hard work
WHEN, with some apprehension, I retired in the spring, I was assured by those in the know that I would soon get used to not having to get up and go to work.

Elaine O'Neil's father, Charles Trueman, was knocked down and killed in Hexham 25 years ago. His family are now putting out a renewed appeal for information about the incident. Photo: K031774

Charles Trueman, 83.

Elaine O'Neil pictured with photos from her wedding day. Photo: K031775

Photo: K031776

Charles Trueman with daughter Elaine at her wedding in Hexham.

How the Courant reported the incident 25 years ago.

 Elaine O'Neil's father, Charles Trueman, was knocked down and killed in Hexham 25 years ago. His family are now putting out a renewed appeal for information about the incident. Photo: K031774
Elaine O'Neil's father, Charles Trueman, was knocked down and killed in Hexham 25 years ago. His family are now putting out a renewed appeal for information about the incident. Photo: K031774
Grieving family’s appeal
THE heartbroken family of a Hexham man are appealing for help to track down his killer, 25 years on from his death.

Elaine O'Neil's family is appealing for information into the hit-and-run attack that killed their father in 1991. *Photo: K031774.

 Elaine O'Neil's family is appealing for information into the hit-and-run attack that killed their father in 1991. *Photo: K031774.
Elaine O'Neil's family is appealing for information into the hit-and-run attack that killed their father in 1991. *Photo: K031774.
Family's plea for help to track down hit-and-run killer
THE family of a Hexham man killed in a mystery hit-and-run attack are appealing for information, 25 years on from his death.

Coun. Tony Reid and Coun. George McCreedy outside the East Centre in Prudhoe which had been threatened with closure. Photo: K021772

The East Centre in Prudhoe. Photo: K021774

 Coun. Tony Reid and Coun. George McCreedy outside the East Centre in Prudhoe which had been threatened with closure. Photo: K021772
Coun. Tony Reid and Coun. George McCreedy outside the East Centre in Prudhoe which had been threatened with closure. Photo: K021772
East Centre sale 'halted' following opposition
IN the face of fierce public outcry Northumberland County Council has backed down on its controversial decision to close Prudhoe’s East Centre.

Kia Carens Courant motors Jan20

Kia Carens Courant motors Jan20

 Kia Carens Courant motors Jan20
Kia Carens Courant motors Jan20
Kia Carens is better on all fronts
LOOK at what most growing families actually need and this is it: a compactly-proportioned, 7-seat MPV.

The sheep transported by Dunn.

 The sheep transported by Dunn.
The sheep transported by Dunn.
Farmer fined for allowing sheep to suffer
A PONTELAND farmer who caused his sheep 'unneccessary suffering' has been fined over £4,000.
New Year New You
Win makeover and pamper session with Transcend and the Hexham-Courant worth £300

Hexham Courant editor Colin Tapping.

 Hexham Courant editor Colin Tapping.
Hexham Courant editor Colin Tapping.
The Courant could pay the price for telling readers the truth
A NEW law could prevent newspapers from reporting on wrongdoing without running the risk of huge legal bills - and may undermine the freedom of the press. But with your help, we can fight it.

Fiona Macdonald and Julia Ferguson from Gateway into the Community who have received a £1,000 grant from the Hexham Courant Charitable Trust. Photo: K531614

 Fiona Macdonald and Julia Ferguson from Gateway into the Community who have received a £1,000 grant from the Hexham Courant Charitable Trust. Photo: K531614
Fiona Macdonald and Julia Ferguson from Gateway into the Community who have received a £1,000 grant from the Hexham Courant Charitable Trust. Photo: K531614
Courant's £3,050 support for local good causes
SIX local organisations have been given a cash boost thanks to the Hexham Courant Charitable Trust.

Hadrian's Wall near Hotbanks PICTURE CREDIT: VIVIENNE CROW (For one use only - Cumbria Outdoors, WE May 13, 2016)

The booklet written by Greenhead resident Wendy Bond.

Wendy Bond Greenhead correspondant for the Hexham Courant. D021272 50028602H001.jpg

K371508 Hadrians Wall. Stormy skies over Steel Rigg on Hadrian's Wall.

Wendy Bond's booklet Hadrian's Wall: Where have all the stones gone? carries this illustration from Trajan's Column in Rome.

Thirlwall Castle: so obviously built out of the stones from Hadrian's Wall.

 Hadrian's Wall near Hotbanks PICTURE CREDIT: VIVIENNE CROW (For one use only - Cumbria Outdoors, WE May 13, 2016)
Hadrian's Wall near Hotbanks PICTURE CREDIT: VIVIENNE CROW (For one use only - Cumbria Outdoors, WE May 13, 2016)
The building blocks of Hadrian's Wall
IT’S a question generations of school children and visitors have asked and a good one at that.

SEAT Leon FR

SEAT Leon FR

 SEAT Leon FR
SEAT Leon FR
SEAT Leon offers promising package
IT took quite a while for the public to warm to the radical step change that SEAT introduced when it moved from the hugely- popular Mk1 SEAT Leon of 2000 to the bigger and slicker second generation car introduced in 2005.

Haydon Bridge Community High School. D130957

K401509 Guy Opperman. MP Guy Opperman. Conservative party.

 Haydon Bridge Community High School. D130957
Haydon Bridge Community High School. D130957
Parents in the dark over future of Haydon Bridge High School
PARENTS are being left in the dark over a proposal to close Haydon Bridge High School next summer.
Talks under way to restore playpark
HOPE is on the horizon for the restoration a much-loved Prudhoe play park which was suddenly destroyed last month.