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PROJECT CALL - RGN Funds

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Rural Growth Network Fund (RGN) capital grants are once again open to ‘Stage 1 - Expression of Interest’ applications until the 3rd October 2016.

Read more: PROJECT CALL - RGN Funds

Support the Hadrian's Wall Bus

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The AD122 is the main bus route serving Hadrian’s Wall.

Operating from Hexham to Greenhead, Go North East offer an hourly service for most of the day until the 25th September.

Read more: Support the Hadrian's Wall Bus

BlythTall Ships Regatta 2016

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The Tall Ships are coming to Northumberland. The Port of Blyth will come alive when it hosts the North Sea Tall Ships Regatta from Friday 26th to Monday 29th August.

Ensure your visitors are aware of this fantastic event by downloading the Tall Ships flyer and promoting via your social media channels and in booking confirmations.

Read more: BlythTall Ships Regatta 2016

Vote for Northumberland in 2016 British Travel Awards

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Great news! We're nominated for Best UK Holiday County in the 2016 British Travel Awards. We're hoping this year will be third time lucky, but we're up against a really tough category: Cornwall, Devon, Pembrokeshire, Somerset and Yorkshire.

So please vote and share! http://visitnorthumberland.com/sharenland/vote

 

Read more: Vote for Northumberland in 2016 British Travel Awards

Volunteer at Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival

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Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival is seeking enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers to support the delivery of the Festival (21 - 25 September 2016).

Read more: Volunteer at Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival

Superfast Broadband is Coming

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iNorthumberland plans to bring superfast broadband to 95% of the county by 2017. However, unlike some previous improvements the faster speeds do not happen on their own. You need to contact an internet service provider in order to upgrade.

Many properties in Northumberland can already access superfast broadband speeds. To see if your property can, use the Availability Checker on our website: www.inorthumberland.org.uk/availability

Not all internet providers may offer superfast broadband services throughout the county. If our website says it is available but your provider tells you it is not please get in touch with us and we will try and help. Contact us at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Read more: Superfast Broadband is Coming

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