Author: Bethany Jones
The TransPennine Express, which links the North East and North West, is to be brought under government control, for failing to achieve an acceptable standard of service. The Department for Transport said TransPennine’s contract will not be renewed on May 28, and a private company will take over its running on behalf of the government, […]
Sunderland Community Soup Kitchen are continuing to assist those in need during the cost of living crisis within the UK. Run by volunteers since 2019, the Sunderland Community Soup Kitchen, which is based in Albert’s Place, Sunderland, offers free food – a main course and a dessert – to anybody who turns up at the […]
The Race for Life is returning to Sunderland to raise money for cancer. Cancer Research’s Race for Life is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, with an event being held at Sunderland’s Herrington Park on May 28. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Race for Life (@crukraceforlife) There is a […]
A ban has been placed on the Farne Islands in Northumberland that restricts visitor access due to fears surrounding Avian Influenza (bird flu). The National Trust, who have managed these islands for around 100 years, have brought these restrictions mainly upon the Inner Farne Islands and Staple Islands during early 2023 after the seabird colonies […]
Local residents have expressed concerns over the future of the National Glass Centre after reports of it relocating. Following a specialist external review, it’s been determined that £45million of repairs need to be carried out on the National Glass Centre (NGC), leaving the future uncertain for the building which locals have hit back at. Despite […]
After its opening night on Wednesday, Les Misérables continues to mesmerise the audience at the Sunderland Empire, 42 years after the show first premiered in 1980.
Love, Amelia are using a Crowdfund campaign to raise money for a van.
Moulin Rouge premiered in London’s Piccadilly Theatre in December 2021 and will continue to run until May 2022.