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London Concertante Christmas Baroque by Candlelight, 3 December at St. Nicholas Cathedral, Newcastle (Up to 41% Off)
See a renowned chamber orchestra perform timeless pieces by Vivaldi and Schubert, including “Winter’’ from Vivaldi’s...
(was £26)
Jump Party Package for Up to 10 Children at Xtreme Bounce (26% Off)
Up to 10 children can practise their twists, flips and tricks at this trampoline park during a party that includes jump socks gift bags...
(was £169)
High Ropes Experience at Beamish Wild (48% Off)
Get the adrenaline pumping with the challenging high ropes experience, including rope bridges, swinging tyres and more...
(was £27)
Birds of Prey Experience for One or a Guided Hawk Walk for Up to Four at Riverside Falconry (Up to 68% Off)
Customers can meet and greet the birds of prey, or walk around the banks of the Tyne with a knowledgeable guide...
(was £45)
UB40 Cities & Towns Tour, 4–22 December at 14 Locations
UB40 fans can see their favourite group touring the UK with hits such as Red Red Wine, Falling in Love with You and Kingston Town...
(was £38)
Live Escape Game in Bunker 38 for Six at Clue HQ Sunderland
Teams of six have 60 minutes to use their problem-solving abilities to escape a room packed with clues and puzzles...
(was £60)


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Bradley Lowery's family get JustGiving fundraising award in his memory

The family of the the six-year-old who died from cancer raised £700,000.

Medomsley detention centre: Seven face abuse charges

Almost 1,400 men have reported being sexually and physically abused at the youth detention centre.

The Likely Lads actor Rodney Bewes dies

The actor who played Bob Ferris in the popular BBC sitcom has died aged 79, his agent confirms.

North of England hardest hit by government cuts

New figures show government spending in the north has fallen, as investment increases in the south.

Northumbrian Water does not use 'magic'

Engineers from a majority of the UK's water firms still use divining rods to locate pipes, it emerges.

HMP Northumberland 'suffering' with violence and drugs

Privately-run HMP Northumberland recorded 142 violent incidents in six months.


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