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Defence Against The Dark Arts

BRUCE FERGUSON continues his exploration of the natural history, myth, folklore and uses past and present of trees native to Northumberland with a look at the rowan.

 

From Whispering Giants To Vintage Tractors

SUSAN BURKE meets an engineer from North Tynedale whose fascination with vintage vehicles has remained since his introduction to them in the 1950s.

 

From Children’s Home To Wildlife Magnet

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SUSIE WHITE heads for the western fringes of Gateshead to visit a colourful garden which will open to the public for one afternoon in August.

 

Lest We Forget The Casualties Of War

STEWART BONNEY meets Alan Grint, who has conducted research into the lives of Hexham servicemen killed in the First World War whose names appear on war memorials.

 

The Worm That Turned Nasty Towards Slugs

JOHN ROBSON GRUNDY praises the slug-hunting qualities of the slow-worm, and offers alternative methods to keep slugs at bay.

 

Does Anybody Have Any Objections?

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BARBARA HENDERSON visits a refurbished museum in Alnwick which pays tribute to an illustrious selection of local troublemakers.

 

The Lost World Of Wilkinsons Past

GORDON WILKINSON bemoans the fact that the village which was once home to his forebears no longer exists.

 

 

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