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A Lovely Lane And A Poultiggery

JOHN SURGEY enjoys a six-mile circular walk through peaceful country less than 10 miles from the bustle of Newcastle.

 

Apologies For Absence, But What’s To Blame?

IAN KERR asks why numbers of several species of summer migrant birds have recently shown an alarming decrease.

 

Why Our Grasslands Need Four-legged Friends

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DUNCAN HUTT explains how a return to traditional grazing methods can help to restore and preserve threatened wildlife habitats.

 

As Ever, It’s All A Question Of Breeding

Senior vet JOHN PRESCOTT tiptoes through the minefield of dog breed selection.

 

The Quiet Village With Industrial Memories

ROB TINDALL recalls the past at Fourstones, when mining and quarrying scarred the now-peaceful landscape.

 

Dazzling Progress And Grinding Poverty

GLEN LYNDON DODDS sums up notable plusses and minuses witnessed by Northumbrians during the Victorian era.

 

Summer Sights And Sounds

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ALLAN POTTS looks at events in the natural world which signal the onset of late summer.

 

The Village Which Hid From The Coast

JOHN GRUNDY visits Beadnell, once home to the architect of the National Health Service and, far earlier, to some hardy church builders.

 

 

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