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The Sweet Smell Of Blossom Time

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

 

A Poet, An Artist And An Unlikely Golf Course

Now that heavy traffic no longer blights the centre of Haydon Bridge, MURIEL SOBO finds that the village provides a good start and finish for a circular walk.

 

The Road To Recovery Through A Camera Lens

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Serious illness forced Lee Kershaw to make a major change in his career plans so he turned to photography, as he told STEWART BONNEY.

 

Why We All Need Our Spectacles

MIKE PRATT, Chief Executive of Northumberland Wildlife Trust looks at some of our local wildlife spectacles.

 

The Man Who Brought Memories Back To Life

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JOHN GRUNDY pays tribute to Frank Atkinson, the inspiration and driving force behind Beamish Museum, who died at the end of last year.

 

Look At It From A Different Angle

Senior vet JOHN PRESCOTT recalls two cases, one human and one animal, which illustrated how vital it can be to obtain X-ray images from more than one camera position.

 

 

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