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Bliss … “Winner of the Best Cappuccino in the recent North East Nectar awards”
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Tags: coffee, Gareth James, Tynemouth
Thousands of food lovers are expected to descend on a picturesque seaside village next weekend (May 12-13) for what promises to be a spectacular celebration of the region’s culinary heritage.
Tynemouth will be transformed into a foodie haven as more than 40 local producers gather alongside a host of celebrity North East chefs on May 12-13.
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Tags: Beer festival, David Irving, Junior MasterChef, North East, North Shields, North Tyneside, Queen Victoria Park, Tynemouth
East Coast Trains and Baltic celebrate the opening of The Turner Prize 2011 with a new art competition for kids in the North East.
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Dear Clare, the bi-annual human rights magazine by documentary photographer Claudia Janke was released last month. The magazine focuses on the exploitation of workers in the garment industry, using India as an example. The launch of the magazine and supporting photography exhibition coincided with London Fashion Week to raise awareness of the behind the scene […]
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Richard and Ciar from The Whale Shed have a seriously cool job. They source kitchenalia and other items for clients all over the North East. Pointing across the train tracks at Tynemouth Metro Station where they have a monthly stall Richard waved in the direction of a farmhouse kitchen table they had sold earlier in […]
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“I need a pen!” my daughter hissed from the back benches of the classroom in the Edwardian Pit Village. As a space became free with an inkwell and a square of paper she craned over the heads of the other children at the benches and began to write, “The quick brown dog jumped over the lazy […]
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