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  1. An action plan has been developed to improve car parking in Morpeth town centre.
  2. Since my last update, there has been no shortage of politics, sport or national events for the nation to get its teeth into.
  3. Northumberland College’s dog grooming parlour, based at its Kirkley Hall Campus near Ponteland, has undergone an extensive makeover this term.
  4. Around 8,500 runners from across the North East picked up the pace at the weekend for the 36th annual Children’s Cancer Run.
  5. A collection of six original pictures by the late Scott Dobson is due to go under the hammer at the Northumberland Auction House in Morpeth tomorrow.
  6. There were plenty of Union Jacks to be seen in communities across Northumberland as people gathered together to mark the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday.
  7. Bellringers from across the North East and further afield once again rang the traditional Mayor’s Peal to welcome the new Mayor of Morpeth on Saturday.
  8. A statue to create a lasting memorial to Northumberland suffragette Emily Wilding Davison is starting to come to life.
  9. Morpeth 1sts recorded a 16-run home win over Leadgate 1sts in the Northumberland & Tyneside Cricket League on Saturday.
  10. Two Morpeth Harriers were in action at the high-profile Highgate Harriers Night of 10,000m PB’s on Saturday evening, held at the Parliament Hill Athletics Track, on Hampstead Heath in London.
  11. Amble Tavern are the winners of this season’s Blyth & Wansbeck Sunday League Premier Division.
  12. A group of eight riders from Morpeth RDA (Riding for the Disabled) have qualified for the RDA National Championships.
  13. Plans are well in hand for this year’s Morpeth Fair Day.
  14. A fifth of children starting primary school in Northumberland have suffered from tooth decay, new figures from Public Health England show.
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    More detail is needed on timetables

    The invitation last month for ‘Those Who Know The Truth’ to tell us so that we all know what is going on has produced early results.
  16. The following planning applications have been submitted to Northumberland County Council.
  17. North East Livestock Sales show and sale of suckled calves and store cattle at Acklington Mart on April 30 sold 331 head.
  18. Morpeth’s third Ageing Well Stepping into Spring information fair will take place next Wednesday in the Town Hall.
  19. A Morpeth teenager has been speaking about his volunteer role that sees him interacting with hospital patients as part of a new initiative.
  20. A land regeneration and property development company’s major donation has enabled development work to start on a project that will benefit young footballers in an area of Northumberland.
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    HERALD WAR REPORT

    MORPETH TOWN COUNCIL
  22. A group of children that go along to Pegswood Community Hub on Wednesday evenings is currently working on fiddle blankets for dementia patients treated by Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
  23. In advance of this year’s Northumberland Day, May 27, schools all over the county are planning a week of class activities to give their children an insight into past and present-day Northumberland and great Northumbrians.
  24. A Morpeth resident’s efforts to help one of our fast-flying summer visitors are progressing well.
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