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I hope everyone has seen and admired the window display along Battle Hill . Space was provided by Hexham Spaces and the display put up by Laura Hull, Kate Bramfitt and Sue Hick and runs until 10th march. Many thanks … Continue reading
VENUE CHANGE NOW AT BIN 21 MARKET SQUARE Transition Tynedale Limited will be holding their Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 8th February, 2017 at Scott’s Café, Forum Cinema, Hexham. Voting Process and Agenda This page explains the processes that we follow when electing … Continue reading
You’re invited to join our wassail on Saturday 7 January Event starts from 12 noon We invite you to join an event which continues an ancient tradition while planting a legacy for the future. The physic garden is open from … Continue reading
Tynedale was once a thriving fruit growing area but with the march of supermarkets and the ‘perfect’ red apple most local orchards have been lost and yet another connection to the source of our food gone. We aim to replace … Continue reading
Study tells real estate developers building for walking and cycling is good for business – see https://cyclingindustry.news/study-tells-real-estate-developers-building-for-walking-and-cycling-is-good-for-business/
http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/christo-guelov-funnycross-crosswalks The artist’s goal is to use the visual impact of the crosswalk to improve both driver and pedestrian focus, thus enhancing respect for pedestrian safety. Perhaps, his zany designs will also encourage more people to leave their cars at home … Continue reading
In just a few days over 140,000 people have signed the petition asking for our parks and cherished green spaces to be properly protected by the government. The group of MPs tasked with protecting our parks want to hear what … Continue reading
halti-harvest-1 Apologies for the link only – please open to see the event details.
West Midlands Police to use cycling officer to target close-passing motorists – for more info see http://road.cc/content/news/204164-west-midlands-police-use-cycling-officer-target-close-passing-motorists. The move comes following analysis of road traffic collisions (RTCs) which has resulted in the force concluding that prosecution is the only way … Continue reading
http://www.bikebiz.com/news/read/close-pass-motorists-can-expect-prosecution-not-enforcement-say-cops/020060 Lots of good wording except for use of ‘pavement’ instead of ‘footway’.