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Cheviot Views online (March 2017)

Cheviot Views online: No 29, Mar 2017

The latest issue of Cheviot Views: the newsletter for Hedgeley Parish is now available and, if you’re a resident of Hedgeley Parish, it should be dropping through your letterbox soon.

A few of the highlights include:

  • Breamish Valley War Memorial Project – Robbie Burn outlines this new project to build a memorial to commemorative local people who died in recent wars.
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Cheviot Views online (December 2016)

Cheviot Views online: No 28, Dec 2016

The latest issue of Cheviot Views: the newsletter for Hedgeley Parish is now available and, if you’re a resident of Hedgeley Parish, it should be dropping through your letterbox soon.

A few of the highlights include:

  • The Last Swallows – by Hugh Tindle: “The last weekend in September turned out to be quite exceptional for swallows. Over the two days, dozens of birds gathered over the Powburn football field. Young birds rested on the fence wires on the far edge of the field while adults skimmed over the pasture, feeding on insects perhaps disturbed from the grass by the grazing sheep…”
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Cheviot Views online (September 2016)

Cheviot Views online: No 27, September 2016

The latest issue of Cheviot Views: the newsletter for Hedgeley Parish is now available and, if you’re a resident of Hedgeley Parish, it should be dropping through your letterbox any moment.

A few of the highlights include:

  • Sign of the times – Dave Holdsworth explains what the Glanton Hertiage Group is doing to preserve vintage signposts in our area.
  • Titlington Pike triangulation point – Jen Armstrong explains a little about the history of triangulation points with reference to our own nearest one on Titlington Pike.
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Cheviot Views online (June 2016)

Cheviot Views online: No 26, June 2016

The latest issue of Cheviot Views: the newsletter for Hedgeley Parish is now available and, if you’re a resident of Hedgeley Parish, it should be dropping through your letterbox any moment.

A few of the highlights include:

  • Low Hedgeley Quarry – Shaun Carey (Business Development Manager) discusses how North East Concrete extract minerals locally and then restore the land afterwards, returning sites back to nature
  • The John Taylor Memorial Bench – Jen Armstrong reports on this fitting tribute to John, a much-admired County Councillor
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Cheviot Views online (March 2016)

Cheviot Views online: No 25, March 2016

The latest issue of Cheviot Views: the newsletter for Hedgeley Parish is now available and, if you’re a resident of Hedgeley Parish, it should be dropping through your letterbox any moment.

A few of the highlights of our SILVER EDITION include:

  • How we got here – Jen Armstrong explains how, from a first edition funded by a grant from the Carr-Ellison Family Trust and a donation from Vera Purvis of Titlington, we have published 25 issues of our Parish newsletter over the past six years.
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Cheviot Views online (December 2015)

Cheviot Views online: No 24, December 2015

The latest issue of Cheviot Views: the newsletter for Hedgeley Parish is now available and, if you’re a resident of Hedgeley Parish, it should be dropping through your letterbox any moment.

A few of the highlights include:

  • Of this Parish – Richard Poppleton looks back over his life from childhood in Sussex through to Hedgeley Parish Clerk living at Titlington Mount
  • Nature Matters – Hugh Tindle reflects on how the recent change in weather has affected our local flora and fauna
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