Thousands of people flocked to Durham for this years Lumiere Light festival. With over 20 different light displays, this year was another great success for the city. See below for the highlights and a recap of what went on at the festival.
Author: Megan Quill
The women’s rights group “Nasty Women” are set to host an exhibition at Byker community centre, beginning on Friday April 7. Nasty Women Newcastle, the sister network of the original women’s movement based in New York are running an art exhibition to support and defend women’s rights and the unity […]
The ‘Sunderland Scramble’ event will be taking place in Herrington Country Park and will be a chance for families to get involved and have fun for a great cause. All money raised will go to the North East Autism Society as they plan to build four accessible respite lodges to […]
A student whose mum battled breast cancer is planning to cycle over 200 mile in order to raise money to fight the disease. Sarah Jane Thoms, from Fulwell, is planning a bike ride to raise money for Breast Cancer Now after her mum was given the all clear. Sarah’s mum, Karen Hunter, 55, […]
A pro-Europe campaign group are hosting a rally on March 4 in Newcastle city centre to campaign against the decision to leave the EU. The event will begin outside the City Pool at 12.30pm and will continue through Northumberland Street to Greys Monument. Campaigner, James Sheerin, helped to organise the […]
Leading global discount supermarket chain Aldi has revealed that they have received massive support from the people of Sunderland about a new store that is due to open in Pennywell. The plans for a new Aldi are just one of the many new potential builds that could appear on the Pennywell […]