Author: Beth Morrell

Why are food videos so entertaining? With the recent rise of TikTok – what I eat in a day videos are becoming the new big trend.  These short videos have become so popular over the past few years that it’s created problems. It is very easy for people on social media to compare what they […]

On Sunday the 7th of May Sunderland’s City runs took place in city centre. The Sunderland event consisted of a 5km, 10km and a half marathon. There was a huge turn out for all 3 runs and the atmosphere was great as the crowd cheered everyone on.   View this post on Instagram   A […]

The gym can improve your quality of lifestyle, however can this be taken too far and. In the heart of Chester Le Street we asked members of peak body gym “Is the gym a healthy obsession?” Recent reports have shown over use of the gym can lead to fatigue and exhaustion from over working yourself […]

Will the cost of living crisis take away the simpler things we enjoy in life from getting our hair to our nails done. With the cost of living crisis affecting the whole nation, we look into how it is affecting local beauty businesses and how own business owners have been coping. Spark spoke to two […]

Calling all foodies – restaurant week is here! Sunderland Restaurant Week (March 4 to March 12) is just around the corner, and Spark have found five deals to get you sorted for this exciting week ahead to make sure you don’t miss out! Fausto Coffee Fausto Coffee, located on the beautiful Marine Walk on Roker […]

It’s National Pizza Day today and here at Spark we want to help you celebrate in the right way and make sure you don’t miss out! You can’t go wrong with pizza and depending on your preferences it can be suited for everyone, whether you’re vegetarian or gluten-free there’s something for everyone. So here at […]

As Newcastle is being named one of the most Christmassy regions, two regional sustainable fashion experts explain the negative effects fast fashion will have during this Christmas.  This year it is estimated the UK will spend 25.6 billion on gifts alone, so the amount spent on clothes will be just as much.  In a recent […]

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