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During the second week of April, local freelance photographer Anna Kemp was involved in her first market held by Made Up North and the Makers March. On April 13, Spark met up with local photographer Anna Kemp (@annaclairesnaps), at the University of Sunderland City Campus. In this brief interview, she talks about herself as an […]

The global pandemic has had a major effect on many businesses with charity shops being one; that have struggled to keep their doors open. Elaine Ryder, manager of The Children’s Society charity in Birtley, is thrilled with her shop’s return since restrictions have reduced. The store manager highlighted the importance of donations with The Children’s […]

Matthew Ferguson speaks about the Kulturschock Car Show after his previous experience last year

Built just a five minute walk from St James’ Park this new centre, known as NUCASTLE, will help provide vital aid to hundreds of thousands of people in the north east.

Love, Amelia are using a Crowdfund campaign to raise money for a van.

Two Tyneside friends have launched a cross country charity walk in aid of Samaritans.

Chris Davison, the president of activities, talks about how Sunderland Student Union gives back to the community and discusses upcoming and past environmental projects organised with the Student Union. This includes helping hedgehogs, community gardening projects and park clean-ups to contribute to helping the environment and encourage University of Sunderland Students to give back to […]

Boxing is a lonely sport that requires hard work and dedication just to be punched in the face, and it takes a particular type of individual to do so. Meet the software developer who fancied the challenge. Many people see the big events when boxers such as Tyson Fury and Katie Taylor win all the […]

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