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Stocksfield's Luke Doneathy is the first cricketer to score four hundreds for Northumberland. D2115123

Hexham Courant

 Stocksfield's Luke Doneathy is the first cricketer to score four hundreds for Northumberland. D2115123
Stocksfield's Luke Doneathy is the first cricketer to score four hundreds for Northumberland. D2115123
Fourth century puts Luke in record books
HITTING his fourth century for his county has landed a 12-year-old from Stocksfield in the history books.

Acomb Court

Hexham Courant

 Acomb Court
Acomb Court
Failings at ‘inadequate’ Hexham care home left residents at risk
A DAMNING report has lifted the lid on a shocking litany of failures which put the vulnerable and elderly residents of a Hexham care home at risk.

Anna Harrison‘s song “Moments” was inspired by Stuart Ridley. D2015106

Hexham Courant

 Anna Harrison‘s song “Moments” was inspired by Stuart Ridley. D2015106
Anna Harrison‘s song “Moments” was inspired by Stuart Ridley. D2015106
Allendale: Stu’s fight inspires Anna’s chart hit
CHARTING higher than pop princess Taylor Swift is every up-and-coming young pop star’s dream.

Sixth form student Lizzie Kolenda with her newly-shaven head. D2015123

Hexham Courant

 Sixth form student Lizzie Kolenda with her newly-shaven head. D2015123
Sixth form student Lizzie Kolenda with her newly-shaven head. D2015123
Ponteland: Teenager‘s close shave boosts charity’s funds
A PONTELAND sixth former shaved off her beloved locks in aid of Alzheimer’s Research UK in front of a packed-out hall of students.

From the left, Andy Smith, Kevin Barber, Richard Gibson and Paul Barber from the Red Lion Team Newbrough. D201543

Hexham Courant

Andy Smith in action. D201542

Hexham Courant

Sweeping up the spent cartridges at the annual shoot. D201540

Hexham Courant

The Bywell Shooting Ground team take aim. D201536

Hexham Courant

The annual Whitfield Shoot presented £1,000 to the Hexham Courant's Hearts of Gold Campaign. Pictured from left are Tracy Castles from the Countryside Alliance, Margaret Ridley and Sophie Dingwall regional organiser of The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust. D201544

Hexham Courant

 From the left, Andy Smith, Kevin Barber, Richard Gibson and Paul Barber from the Red Lion Team Newbrough. D201543
From the left, Andy Smith, Kevin Barber, Richard Gibson and Paul Barber from the Red Lion Team Newbrough. D201543
Whitfield: Good-natured competition raises thousands for charities
BATTLING through heavy rain, teams of local sharpshooters made this year’s Whitfield Clay Shoot another roaring success.
Absolute truths
I WAS really shocked to read the biased and basically inaccurate headline, ‘Thumping victory for Tories etc’ (Courant, May 15).

Hexham Amateur Stage Society perform Calamity Jane at the Queen's Hall, Hexham D201584

Hexham Courant

 Hexham Amateur Stage Society perform Calamity Jane at the Queen's Hall, Hexham D201584
Hexham Amateur Stage Society perform Calamity Jane at the Queen's Hall, Hexham D201584
HASS hits right note again with its big group numbers
SHE brought the unruly crowd to a standstill with one shot from her gun. The smell of gunsmoke filled the air and we were off: Calamity Jane was in town.

Edward Common

Hexham Courant

 Edward Common
Edward Common
Tynedale community comes powering to Edward’s aid
THE beaming smile on his face tells the story of how overjoyed a Hexhamshire sportsman is with the support he has been given by the Tynedale community.

From left Julie Famelton with daughter Lauren, Russell Purchon and Nancy McGuinness from Hexham Family Chiropractic, and Stuart and Jack Famelton. D201526

Hexham Courant

 From left Julie Famelton with daughter Lauren, Russell Purchon and Nancy McGuinness from Hexham Family Chiropractic, and Stuart and Jack Famelton. D201526
From left Julie Famelton with daughter Lauren, Russell Purchon and Nancy McGuinness from Hexham Family Chiropractic, and Stuart and Jack Famelton. D201526
Hexham chiropractor thanks loyal customers
A RIDSDALE family has been visiting the same chiropractor for 20 years - ever since it opened.
Banished workers
I HAVE been spitting feathers ever since I read your front page article on parking in Hexham (Courant, May 15).

Volunteers at the annual Wark charity lunch prepare to serve guests. D2015114

Hexham Courant

From left, Karin Johnson, Sally Napier and Laureen Kirtrley serve drinks at Wark charitylunch. D2015109

Hexham Courant

 Volunteers at the annual Wark charity lunch prepare to serve guests. D2015114
Volunteers at the annual Wark charity lunch prepare to serve guests. D2015114
Wark dishes up a treat
THE pounds continue to roll in after the annual Wark Charity Lunch dished up another success.

Getting  preparations under way are, left to right, Anthony Crozier, Claire Peni and Thomas Harrison. D211560

Hexham Courant

 Getting  preparations under way are, left to right, Anthony Crozier, Claire Peni and Thomas Harrison. D211560
Getting  preparations under way are, left to right, Anthony Crozier, Claire Peni and Thomas Harrison. D211560
Bywell ready to greet County Show crowds
MARQUEES, fencing and livestock pens have been arriving at Bywell Hall in earnest as preparations for Monday’s Northumberland County Show gather pace.

Pupils at Corbridge Middle School spell out the word "good" with headteacher CJane Kennedy and acting deputy headteacher Dean Johnston. D211582

Hexham Courant

 Pupils at Corbridge Middle School spell out the word "good" with headteacher CJane Kennedy and acting deputy headteacher Dean Johnston. D211582
Pupils at Corbridge Middle School spell out the word "good" with headteacher CJane Kennedy and acting deputy headteacher Dean Johnston. D211582
Corbridge: School impresses Ofsted inspectors
CORBRIDGE Middle School is a good school, where the behaviour and safety of pupils is outstanding.

Canon Alison White is to become Bishop of Hull. D4514104

Hexham Courant

 Canon Alison White is to become Bishop of Hull. D4514104
Canon Alison White is to become Bishop of Hull. D4514104
Riding Mill: Farewell to Canon White
THE vicar appointed as the Church of England’s second female bishop will give her final service in Riding Mill on Sunday.

Waitrose Giver and Gain. Heart of Gold and Tynedale Heart Safe. D211506

 Waitrose Giver and Gain. Heart of Gold and Tynedale Heart Safe. D211506
Waitrose Giver and Gain. Heart of Gold and Tynedale Heart Safe. D211506
Heart of Gold campaign profile keeps on growing
THE profile of our campaign to make more Public Access Defibrillators (PAD) available across Tynedale is continuing to grow. 

The Hexham Courant building on Beaumont Street Hexham. T231559

 The Hexham Courant building on Beaumont Street Hexham. T231559
The Hexham Courant building on Beaumont Street Hexham. T231559
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SINCE 1864 the Hexham Courant has been the voice of Tynedale.

Cup Winners Haltwhistle Jubilee beat Halfway House in the cup final. D201554

Hexham Courant

 Cup Winners Haltwhistle Jubilee beat Halfway House in the cup final. D201554
Cup Winners Haltwhistle Jubilee beat Halfway House in the cup final. D201554
Clean sweep is cause for Jubilee celebrations
DOMINANT Haltwhistle Jubilee have claimed back-to-back clean sweeps by repeating last year’s quadruple.

Guy Opperman celebrates his win with party supporters after the Hexham result was declared on Friday. D201516

Hexham Courant

 Guy Opperman celebrates his win with party supporters after the Hexham result was declared on Friday. D201516
Guy Opperman celebrates his win with party supporters after the Hexham result was declared on Friday. D201516
Opperman returns to Commons
TORY Guy Opperman was carried back to Westminster in triumph on Friday when the results of the General Election for Hexham were finally announced.

From left, Josh, Charlie and Tina Katsighiras. D201530

Hexham Courant

 From left, Josh, Charlie and Tina Katsighiras. D201530
From left, Josh, Charlie and Tina Katsighiras. D201530
Prudhoe: Tina’s cafe is icing on the cake
A PRUDHOE baking entrepreneur is on the rise after realising her dream of opening a cafe in the town.
Tans petition
I WAS disappointed and upset to read of the closure of the Hexham Tans (Courant, May 8, 2015).

Hexham Racecourse staff are dressed for the occasion, left to right, Lauren Dobson, chief executive Charles Enderby, Charmaine Reader, Denise Gallagher and Lynn Clemitson. D201556

Hexham Courant

Sisters Yvonne Reynolds left and Jeanette Oliver were rewarded for their Victorian fashion appeal. D201573

Hexham Courant

 Hexham Racecourse staff are dressed for the occasion, left to right, Lauren Dobson, chief executive Charles Enderby, Charmaine Reader, Denise Gallagher and Lynn Clemitson. D201556
Hexham Racecourse staff are dressed for the occasion, left to right, Lauren Dobson, chief executive Charles Enderby, Charmaine Reader, Denise Gallagher and Lynn Clemitson. D201556
Home-trained triumph in Hexham’s feature race
IT was fitting that the winner of a race commemorating the founder of Northumberland’s only surviving racecourse should hail from this very county.

Simon Weatherspoon as Louis D'Ascoyne with Molly McClen and Julia Maughan. Photo: D1815116

Hexham Courant

 Simon Weatherspoon as Louis D'Ascoyne with Molly McClen and Julia Maughan. Photo: D1815116
Simon Weatherspoon as Louis D'Ascoyne with Molly McClen and Julia Maughan. Photo: D1815116
Musical’s reprise has audience captivated
THERE’S nothing better than theatre that makes willing captives of its audience and that’s what Prudhoe’s Really Youthful Theatre Company achieved with last week’s four-night revival of their home-grown black comedy musical Kind Hearts and Coronets, first performed by the company in 2009.

Sarah and Dominic Raad of design and marketing consultancy tent, are pictured with Tynedale Beer Festival marketing officer Steve Hull and chairman Bernie Quinn. D2015100

Hexham Courant

 Sarah and Dominic Raad of design and marketing consultancy tent, are pictured with Tynedale Beer Festival marketing officer Steve Hull and chairman Bernie Quinn. D2015100
Sarah and Dominic Raad of design and marketing consultancy tent, are pictured with Tynedale Beer Festival marketing officer Steve Hull and chairman Bernie Quinn. D2015100
New-look for beer festival
THE organisers of Tynedale Beer Festival, which raises tens of thousands of pounds for local charities every year, are widening the appeal of the event this year with a new-look image.

Rivals Hexham House Bowl and Elvaston battle it out over two legs for the new Hexham Courant trophy. Presidents of the clubs, Allan Whittaker and David Ashworth are pictured with Norma Ferguson.

 Rivals Hexham House Bowl and Elvaston battle it out over two legs for the new Hexham Courant trophy. Presidents of the clubs, Allan Whittaker and David Ashworth are pictured with Norma Ferguson.
Rivals Hexham House Bowl and Elvaston battle it out over two legs for the new Hexham Courant trophy. Presidents of the clubs, Allan Whittaker and David Ashworth are pictured with Norma Ferguson.
Elvaston hold the advantage
THE two Hexham bowling clubs went head-to-head for a new piece of silverware - the Hexham Courant Vase.

Launch of Castle Tri, the new triathlon club in Prudhoe. Pictured at Waterworld in Prudhoe are from the front left clockwise, Richard Carr, Lindsey Brady, Sarah Davies and Stephen Knight. D151569

Hexham Courant

 Launch of Castle Tri, the new triathlon club in Prudhoe. Pictured at Waterworld in Prudhoe are from the front left clockwise, Richard Carr, Lindsey Brady, Sarah Davies and Stephen Knight. D151569
Launch of Castle Tri, the new triathlon club in Prudhoe. Pictured at Waterworld in Prudhoe are from the front left clockwise, Richard Carr, Lindsey Brady, Sarah Davies and Stephen Knight. D151569
Kurtis strikes - 415
REJUVENATED striker Kurtis Harvey kept up his rich vein of form as he helped move Hexham out of the bottom two in Division One.

Corbridge Village Trust member David Waugh is pictured at the historic exhibtiton which he helped to research and organise. * Photo: D181541

Hexham Courant

 Corbridge Village Trust member David Waugh is pictured at the historic exhibtiton which he helped to research and organise. * Photo: D181541
Corbridge Village Trust member David Waugh is pictured at the historic exhibtiton which he helped to research and organise. * Photo: D181541
Exhibition maps out history of Corbridge
MUCH of the unique appeal of Corbridge lies in the history which confronts locals and visitors at every turn.