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Ingram Village Hall Re-opening 2010

[Credit: All images and text provided by, and used with the permission of, Ingram Village Hall Committee (2019). All images and text were first published on the original IngramBreamishValley website.]

Following the successful refurbishment of Ingram Village Hall in July 2010 an official re-opening took place at the Family Fun Day and Barbecue on Sunday 29 August 2010.

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Ingram Village Hall Refurbishment 2010

[Credit: All images and text provided by, and used with the permission of, Ingram Village Hall Committee (2019). All images and text were first published on their respective dates on the original IngramBreamishValley website.]

Background

INGRAM VILLAGE HALL was opened in 1928 to serve as a Church Hall and a local community facility. It is a registered charity, organized and managed by a volunteer committee whose aim is to maximize the use of the Hall for social, recreational and educational functions. Apart from a few improvements and repairs over the years the building remained in its original state until 2010, following the village’s selection to join British Gas Green Streets project.

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In Memoriam Sarah Wilson

Thursday 10 December 2015

Remembering Sarah Wilson 1952-2015

Sarah Wilson: 1952 – 2015

A service of remembrance was held for Sarah Wilson at St Michael & All Angels church in Ingram today, commencing at 2:00pm.

Sarah sadly passed away last week, having fought lung cancer for several months. Sarah was well known to the people of Northumberland. She was a much-loved wife, mother and grandmother who was known for her ‘straight talking’, her love for her friends and family, and her enduring love for the countryside, including her horses and dogs who were always by her side. Sarah is also known in the Breamish Valley as the author of ‘Reflections: The Breamish Valley and Ingram’ that charts the lives and times of people and places in the valley, and ‘A Short History and Guide to Ingram Church’.

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Ingram Pleasure Ride 2015

A horseback ride in the foothills of the Cheviots

Yesterday (Sun 26 Jul 2015) saw more than a few riders and horses passing through the Breamish Valley. They were participating in the Annual Newcastle & District Beagles’ Ride.

With the first rider setting off at 10:00am from Ingram Farm, the Ingram Pleasure Ride took riders along one of two routes: a 12 mile route with a good gallop and a ford to cross, or a 7 mile route leaving out the gallop and ford. With adults paying £18 and Children £10 to participate, all proceeds went to the Newcastle and District Beagles.

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