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Why was the charity founded? 1935 (Originally as the Northumberland Association of Boys Clubs). Which area do you cover? Following our re-brand in 2016 the Charity now covers the whole of the North East. Tell us about your team? Our staff team are amazing and I am so proud of them particularly how well they have responded to recent challenges in relation to Covid 19. We have some great leaders and characters in our team and everyone works incredibly hard to ensure better outcomes for young people. As the organisation has grown and adapted, the Board have shown real courage…
Located within Lambton Estate in Chester-le-Street, once complete the development will comprise 106 high-quality homes. A collection of three, four and fivebedroom homes are available to buyers now as well as two-bedroom apartments. The homes are completely bespoke and were designed to be in keeping with the heritage and landscape of the iconic Estate, by renowned architect and interior designer,…
Since the UK went into lockdown, the world has become a vastly different, and often difficult place to inhabit. People were forced to spend more time indoors and work from home where possible. Many businesses had to adapt their trading methods or stop working altogether. These issues have weighed heavily upon the UK’s theatre industry and have now reached breaking point. By the end of 2020 it has been predicted that 70% of the UK’s theatres could be closed for good and this is a problem that needs to be addressed quickly. On 29th May, the Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and UK Theatre submitted a paper to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport informing them of the current circumstances theatres across the UK are facing as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The paper presents two main points. It acknowledges that social distancing in theatres cannot work.…