The Journal (Newcastle, England)

The Journal is a regional newspaper from Newcastle, England. The Journal publishes the latest business, sports, and politics news.

Articles from April 24, 2004

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22,000 Are Expected at Kelso
Over 22,000 people are expected to attend the 191st Border Union Show at Springwood Park in Kelso. The annual show, on July 30 and 31, has a wealth of exciting attractions including in-hand and ridden mountain and moorland, working hunter ponies,...
A Great Stage in Life to Go Through
Byline: By David lWhetstone "Young people get such a bad press, don't they?" laments playwright Noel Greig. "You never hear the good news, about all these young people all over the country making music and theatre and dance. You just hear about...
Agricultural Showcase Promises the Best
Plans are well under way for the 2004 Great Yorkshire Show, one of the premier events on the British summer calendar. The organisers - the Yorkshire Agricultural Society - expect more than 120,000 visitors through the gates between Tuesday July...
A Hotshot Would Have Had Cats Up
Byline: By Luke Edwards Sunderland do not have much cause for jealousy when they look at the clubs around them in the First Division. After all they sit in third place in the league, safe in the knowledge that three more points are all that is needed...
Albany Northern Fleague
The one remaining issue is likely to be decided today when Newcastle Benfield Saints and Washington Nissan battle it out for promotion from the Second Division. The odds are stacked heavily in favour of the Saints and Nissan need to defeat their...
A Minor Work Puts the Boot into Waste
Byline: By Tony Henderson A full house is guaranteed for every performance of a theatrical work at Newcastle Green Festival next weekend. The cast of Vicky Mateu and Faye Roberts don't mind in the least that audiences will be a maximum of two...
A Return for Lund against Vikings
Byline: ANDREW DALBY Kristian Lund finally returns to the Newcastle Diamonds tomorrow in a match against his British mentor Garry Stead and the rest of the Hull Vikings at Brough Park in the Premier Trophy (5.30), writes ANDREW DALBY. Stead looked...
A Rose by Any Other Name Is Still the Gardener's Favourite
Byline: By Susie White A recent poll of gardeners' favourite flowers showed, perhaps unsurprisingly, that the rose came out top. For romantic association and symbolism, there is none other like the rose. It is the old fashioned qualities of...
Arriva Has Set Wheels in Motion to Lead in Europe
Byline: By Howard Walker Transport giant Arriva has declared it is on track in its bid to become the leading transport services group in Europe. The Sunderland-based company said yesterday it was making "substantial progress" towards its goal...
A Rural Retreat with Historical Background
Property developer Ho Sanderson has gone back to his farming origins for the name of a new property on the Hartford Hall estate near Morpeth. Priced at pounds 350,000, the four-bedroom mid-terrace cottage is called Staddle Stones with an address...
`Assembly Has to Get More Powers'
Byline: By Ross Smith Business leaders lined up yesterday to warn the Government it must pledge more powers for a North-East assembly if it wants them to back devolution. Representatives of most of the region's key business organisations met...
Beat the Bookie
David Moyes is out for revenge against Blackburn this afternoon as he looks to forget the memories of Everton's game at Ewood Park back in November. The Blues boss believes the 2-1 reverse at Blackburn was the lowest point of his time in charge...
Berlin - a City of Two Halves
Byline: By John von Radowitz A thin line of bricks, embedded in the road, zig zags under the traffic just behind the Brandenberg Gate. From there it runs in a straight line, hugging the edge of the Tiergarten, down to Potsdamer Platz. Keep...
Blair Accused of Making Decision `Too Quick'
The decision to close most of RAF Boulmer yesterday followed what may have been one of the shortest Prime Ministerial examinations of an issue in recent political history. Just 48 hours beforehand, in answer to a Commons question from Berwick MP...
Blair Must Not Shut Boulmer
Asum of pounds 20m is an awful lot of money to drain from any local economy. Yet that is what the decision to close RAF Boulmer means to the North-East and to Northumberland in particular. RAF Boulmer has been part of the fabric of North Northumberland...
Blunkett Furious as Terror Suspect Freed
Byline: By Jon Smith Hone Secretary David Blunkett yesterday promised to tighten anti-terror laws after an Algerian al-Qaida suspect was released from prison on mental health grounds. Mr Blunkett was plainly appalled at the ruling he branded...
Bond-Style Technology in Heart of the Home
Microsoft magnate Bill Gates has the most hi-tech house in the world, with sophisticated cabling controlling James Bond-style gadgetry. Now buyers of homes at Lime Square, the first residential scheme at East Quayside, Newcastle, will be able to...
Bookie Hedging Bets on Top Pop
Byline: By Megan Bolam Hexham bookie Ben Blance is hedging his bets on becoming top of the pops after securing a track on an international compilation album. The 23-year-old singer-songwriter was selected from hundreds of acts to feature on the...
Boro Babes Ready to Forge a Dynasty
Byline: By Jack Pickering Steve McClaren is confident that the kind of forward planning which spawned a dynasty at Manchester United is firmly in place at the Riverside Stadium. Boro boss McClaren was able to see at close hand just how former...
Brewery Sold for Third of Its Cost
Byline: By Howard Walker The Federation Brewery, soon to be the new home of Newcastle Brown Ale, is being sold for almost a third of its original cost, it was revealed yesterday. The brewery is being bought by Scottish & Newcastle to brew...
Bring Back the Bygone Days of Wild Meadows
Derek Hilton-Brown shows how to bring some colour into the garden by growing your own cornfield meadow. One swallow may not make a summer but it certainly foretells of warmer days to come. Summer migrants, such as warblers, swallows and house martins...
Builders Bellway Take the Construction Crown
Builders Bellway Homes were last night crowned overall winners of The Journal/Evening Gazette 21st Century Living Awards for 2004. The award was made at a special black tie dinner and ceremony in Newcastle last night, attended by more than 350 members...
Button Concedes Ferraris in Charge
Byline: By ian Parkes Jenson Button has put his hopes of a maiden Grand Prix win on hold after conceding no-one can stop Ferrari. After successive third-place finishes in the last two Grands Prix in Malaysia and Bahrain, Button again suggested...
Carlisle's Must-Win Mission Kicks Off
Byline: By Luke Edwards Carlisle player-boss Paul Simpson has handed himself a recall for the must-win Division Three trip to Mansfield today. Having lost at home to Lincoln the Cumbrians desperately need all three points to pull off another...
Cheer at Beckett Rethink on Payments
Byline: By Jennifer Mackenzie Farmers have expressed relief at changes to the way the Single Payment will be calculated. The payments will be introduced in England next year under Common Agricultural Policy reforms. Secretary of State Margaret...
Closure Will Have Major Impact on Village
Families in the RAF village of Longhoughton were last night facing up to the prospect of life without the sprawling military base which has dominated their rural community for more than half a century. Any faint hopes that RAF Boulmer would survive...
Coastal Site Is Proving to Be Very Popular
The East Durham coastline is fast becoming a particular desirable place in which to live. Builders and developers Miller Homes, Haslam Homes and Yuill Homes are all building at East Shore Village, on the site of the former Vane Tempest Colliery....
Convoy Left out Heroes Are in the Cold
Byline: By Daniel Cochlin With temperatures reaching -52C and the constant threat of attack from U-boats, life on the Russian convoys during the Second World War was an enduring struggle. Thousands of men died in terrible conditions delivering...
County Event Rounds Up More Cattle Than Ever
Livestock exhibitors across the North can see more breeds of cattle than ever before at the Northumberland County Show on Bank Holiday Monday. At Tynedale Park in Corbridge on May 31, the show will feature classes held for dairy and beef cattle,...
Crews Race Tide to Fix Causeway
Byline: By Dave Black Work starts next week on a pounds 200,000 military-style operation to tackle a flooding problem plaguing the causeway to Holy Island. The Journal revealed 18 months ago how the natural elements have created conditions which...
Death Still a Mystery
A leading expert on fictional sleuth Sherlock Holmes grew paranoid that people were plotting against him and trying to smear his name before dying in mysterious circumstances, an inquest heard yesterday. Richard Lancelyn Green, 50, who co-edited...
Defence Chiefs Deal Hammer Blow
Byline: By Dave Black Defence chiefs were last night accused of dealing a pounds 20m hammer blow to the rural economy in Northumberland by deciding to close RAF Boulmer with the loss of 200 civilian jobs. Politicians, trade unions and local people...
Design Experts' Achievements Are There for Your Inspiration
Visiting showhomes can be a great inspiration, whether you're looking for a new home or just looking to update your own. We pick out some of the best new showhomes to visit this weekend. Bellway has opened the doors to its stunning Coleridge showhome...
Does Anyone Think Classes Will Change Parents' Attitude?
Re teachers' union president Pat Lerew's views. Blaming Thatcher? Get into the real world. Who does she blame for 50,000 daily truants, violent attacks on ambulance and firecrews, attacks on trains? Of course, parents are to blame - does anyone...
Don't Praise Us - We Don't Deserve It, Says Breen
Byline: By Luke Edwards Gary Breen last night argued that Sunderland don't deserve any pats on the backs this season, even if they do secure a place in the play-offs. The Republic of Ireland international is seething at the Black Cats' failure...
Facelift Can Put House in Intensive Care
If you have read one or two of my previous articles, you will know I have a sceptical view of the makeover programmes that feature so regularly on television. Not that I have anything against improving your property per se, it is just that they...
Falcons' Fijian Hopes Boosted
Byline: By Alan Hedley Newcastle's prospects of landing Fijian wing Rupeni Caucaunibuca have been given a boost. Caucaunibuca, currently with Auckland Blues in New Zealand, has rejected an offer from the Brisbane Broncos to switch codes. Brisbane...
Falcons Run out of Power in Rematch
Byline: By Alan Hedley Newcastle failed to repeat their Powergen Cup Final triumph last night when they went down heavily in a messy Premiership clash at Edgeley Road. In a match crippled by poor refereeing, Mark Cueto scored a hat-trick to show...
Falling Entries Continue at Balcormo Meet
Byline: By Peter Burgon There has been a worrying drop in entries at most of this season's Northern Area meetings and the trend continues in today's Fife Foxhounds fixture at Balcormo Mains near Leven (first race 2pm) which has attracted a modest...
Fast-Tracking to Super League
Byline: By Steve Hughes The latest incarnation of one of the world's most under-rated supercars is to be the star of the show next month. Honda's forthcoming replacement for the exhilarating NSX sports model will be one of the biggest crowd-pullers...
Gardeners' Diary
Keep in touch with North-East gardening and floral events through this column every Saturday. * Today National Gardens Scheme, garden open at Bide-a-Wee Cottage, Stanton, 1.30-4.30pm. * Sunday, April 25. National Gardens Scheme, garden...
Georgian-Type House Gets Celebrity Touch
George bond, of Newcastle, TV's cordial and cultured interior designer, appearing in a new series of ITV's Better Homes, will be lending his design expertise to the interior of Cussins's town house showhome at Alixandra Court, North Shields. George's...
Grotesque Assault
A father who bit off part of a man's nose in a unprovoked attack was jailed for four and half years yesterday. Colin Cook ripped off the left side of Gary McAnaney's nostril in the assault last September, scarring him for life, Newcastle Crown Court...
Growing Cash Sales Bring Rich Pickings
Cash is king in the booming property market. Although the problems of first-time buyers are usually blamed on older investors who prefer bricks and mortar to pensions, a more important influence in the market could be the growing number of buyers who...
Hasty Prince Makes Regal Progress
Byline: By William Hayler Hasty Prince overturned a few formlines as he proved the surprise package on the opening day of the Betfred Gold Cup meeting at Sandown Park yesterday. The Jonjo O'Neill-trained gelding ran out an easy winner of the...
Health Chiefs Knew of Doctor's History
Byline: By Wesley Johnson The General Medical Council said yesterday there was an "explicit decision" to take no action in the UK after a disgraced gynaecologist lost his licence in Canada. Richard Neale, of Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, was...
Housing Ladder Is Still within Reach Here
Unlike many other regions, the North-East still has affordable homes to offer first-time buyers. We find out what the builders have to offer. If you are looking for an exceptional starter home, the Ashfield at Birkdale View, near Consett, is the perfect...
I Didn't Do It, Says Assault Claim GP
Byline: By Hilary Clixby A long-serving family doctor accused of molesting a former patient told a court yesterday none of the alleged attacks ever took place. Dr Jayanti Kumar Ghosh is alleged to have groped the woman's breasts after she fell...
In My View
Byline: By Howard Elcock By deciding that there should, after all, be a referendum to approve the proposed EU Constitution, Tony Blair has imposed a restraint on his Government on the future development of the EU that he need not have done. The...
It's Countyhall.Com
Byline: By Neil Mckay Civic bosses in County Durham plan to broadcast their meetings live via internet website cameras into the living rooms of Council Tax payers. While disputes over rights of way and planning applications may cause most people...
It's Not My No1 Choice
Byline: By Avril Deane Ihave no idea how many singles have to be sold in a week to make the coveted Number One slot - but since the bulk of chart CDs are reported to be bought by under 12s it would be interesting to find out how Eamon, currently...
I Was Right on Viana - Robson
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Sir Bobby Robson insists Hugo Viana's invaluable contribution to Newcastle's season's finale has fully vindicated his decision to prevent the Portuguese midfielder from returning home. United's manager was locked in...
Iznogoud Will Not Live Up to His Name
Byline: By Nick Grant Iznogoud deserves to land a big prize and can do just that in the climax to the jumps season at Sandown Park today, the pounds 150,000 Betfred Gold Cup. Martin Pipe's challenger has been deserted by Tony McCoy, but that...
Keegan Insists He's the One to Blame
Manager Kevin Keegan accepts total responsibility for Manchester City's Premiership slump. The debt-ridden Blues head to Leicester today knowing defeat, coupled with a Leeds victory over Portsmouth tomorrow, will send them tumbling into the relegation...
Let Them Awake to a Dream Bedroom
Some parents are allowing their youngsters to wander alone in the jungle, sail across oceans, or even explore space. But they're not reckless or irresponsible - rather they're indulgent. For these "adventures" all take place in the safety of their...
Long Wait over for First Coquet Salmon
The long wait for the first salmon of the season from the River Coquet is finally over. On Tuesday, 16-year-old John Lee from Amble landed a fish of 10lb at White Post. It was John's first year fishing for salmon on the Coquet and he was using...
Luxury and Versatility of Executive Homes
From country retreats to luxury city apartments, there are a wealth of executive properties to choose from. Ideal for families or professionals, executive homes offer a range of extras including quality fixtures and fittings, large gardens and plenty...
Make Your Home into a Haven of Comfort and Joy
Off the busy, gritty city streets you need to come home to a haven of comfort rather than an extension of the metropolitan sprawl that lies outside your front door. With longer working hours and job pressures, even the most hedonistic of players...
Man Hurt in Blaze
A man was taken to Sunderland District Hospital suffering smoke inhalation after a fire broke out in his home in the city's Farringdon area. Firefighters tackled the blaze in the two-storey home in Augustus Square at about 1.20am yesterday. Two...
Marina Makes Waves among Home Hunters
The attractions of living by water have always lured home buyers to choose properties near the coast or by rivers. Those seeking an impressive modern home near water should look at Warrior Quay, in Hartlepool's spectacular marina. The shops,...
MPs Go Back to Classroom
Byline: By Graeme Whitfield MPs from around the North-East were sent back to school yesterday as part of a campaign to bring education to millions of children in the Third World. The MPs were among 450 around the country who joined the Global...
Much-Loved Home Is in the Market for a New Family
Elizabeth Shingler loves her home so much she's letting it go. "It has to be shared," explained the 75-year-old artist. "The house belongs to people rather than just one old person rattling around in it. Someone once described it as a house that...
Northern Marts
PONTELAND April 20 AT their store sale the mart had five cows and calves, 55 store cattle and 10 gimmers/ewes with lambs. A good show of quality cattle met a dearer trade with cows and calves selling at pounds 730 for a Simmental (Thorneyford...
Northumberland Leagues Preview
Newcastle City, who finished a credible third last season, are confident that they will again make an impact in the Foster's Northumberland and Tyneside Senior League. "We are pleased to have signed opener Tom Jones from Warkworth and spinner Surgit...
Not a Dragon in Sight
Byline: By Daniel Cochlin The streets of Newcastle were taken back into the middle ages by a patriotic group of revellers yesterday. Horse-drawn carts, flaxen haired maidens and a crusader armed with the cross of St George rode through the city...
Nothing but Plain Sailing on the Horizon, Say DFDS
Byline: By Howard Walker North-East holidaymakers and Scandinavian shoppers have helped the parent group of Tyneside-based ferry operator DFDS Seaways record a 10pc jump in profits. Denmark-based DFDS A/S, which is listed on the Copenhagen Stock...
Passport
Boosted by security fears about travel abroad, the stunning summer of 2003 and a euro rising against the pound, Britain's travel industry is on course for a bumper year - and business worth more than pounds 22bn. The rise of the euro gives visitors...
Pirelli Rally
The British Rally Championship is on the verge of a renaissance as it prepares for the first event of the season this weekend, according to series chief Mark Taylor. The Pirelli International, which begins in earnest tomorrow after three stages...
Plumbing the Depths
A plumber who charged a pensioner more than pounds 5,000 to unblock her drain, was jailed for two and a half years yesterday. The judge at Lewes Crown Court, East Sussex, told Gary Seabrook, 41, from Ashford, Kent, the public needed protection from...
Police Defiant on Under-16s Curfew
Byline: By Neil McKay A night-time curfew on County Durham teenagers will go ahead next week - despite the threat of court action by a civil rights group. From Monday police will pick up youngsters under 16 from the Deneside area of Seaham if...
Premiership Preview
Everton (13) v Blackburn (15) EVERTON could have skipper Alan Stubbs back from a groin strain, while David Weir made an impressive comeback in his place at Chelsea last week. David Unsworth (Achilles) is still doubtful despite a return to training...
Prices Double in Three Years
Byline: By Karen Wilson NORTH-East house prices have risen by a staggering 100pc in the past three years, causing a ripple effect as buyers turn to more affordable areas. And this is boosting prices in towns such as Hartlepool, Darlington, Peterlee,...
Rachel Reigns On
Byline: By Neil B. Jones Abig entry at the two-day Ivesley Equestrian Centre Horse Trials located near Waterhouses last week was cut short on the second day when officials cancelled seven classes on health and safety grounds following heavy overnight...
Ranieri Kept in Dark about Lampard Talks
Byline: By Alistair Grant Claudio Ranieri's alienation by the Chelsea hierarchy was emphasised yesterday when he revealed he was kept in the dark on Frank Lampard's contract negotiations. Ranieri is fighting a losing battle against the demands...
Rivaldo Looks Destined for the Reebok
Byline: ByKen Gaunt Bolton boss Sam Allardyce is quietly confident he can attract Rivaldo to the Reebok Stadium. The former world player of the year could sign a two-year contract as early as next week. But under Premier League rules he would...
Rival Sees Real Cheer in Toon Ale Launch
Byline: By Rhodri Phillips Brewers are racing to launch beers that will refresh the parts that Newcastle Brown Ale can no longer reach. Scottish and Newcastle's decision to leave their historic city brewery for Gateshead means the company has...
Ronnie Realises V Is for Victory
Ronnie O'Sullivan gave another hand gesture in Sheffield last night - a wave of triumph after becoming the first player to reach the Embassy World Championship quarter-finals. O'Sullivan, who faces disciplinary action for an obscene salute during...
Round Up Some Facts to Avoid Cowboys
It's important to have faith in your estate agent. Liz Bolger helps you choose the best one for you. MOVING home is a stressful - and expensive - time. And it's important you have faith in all the experts you will come into contact with. Choosing...
Seductive Spirit Weaves a World in Its Sweet Spell
Byline: By Alastair Gilmour It may be tiny, but the word "rum" covers centuries of capitalism, colonialism and international trade wars. The spirit can barely muster five points on a Scrabble board, but it's also the currency of slavery and a...
Simple Steps to Help Sell Your Property
Before taking any action on the interior of a home, the first issue to be addressed by any seller is to identify the market to which they are trying to appeal. Families, sophisticated city executives or first-time buyers all have very different...
Sizeable Catches Prove Elusive
Byline: By Alan Charlton There seems to be no relief to the lack of sizeable fish along the coastline. The only fish of any note this week have come from the Seaham area, John Lovett taking one codling of 3.63lb to win Seaham's Hudson Cup, with...
Smallest Room Can Be Lavish Selling Point
The inclusion of an en-suite is fast becoming a must for buyers looking for the perfect family home. Homemaker looks at the en-suite options in some new homes across the region. Bett Homes IN most Bett homes at least one en-suite, usually with...
Son Rises on a New Future for Stephen
Byline: By Graeme Whitfield As a child, Stephen Salem was a disruptive pupil whose clowning often brought the rest of his class to a standstill. Wanting to put his schooldays behind him as soon as possible, he left with no qualifications and...
South Northumberland Look Set for Repeat Show
Byline: By Malcolm Pratt South Northumberland, far and away the best side last season, are confident of retaining the championship without the need to engage a Durham County player. Rules allow for two players from the Riverside to be allocated...
Spanish Invasion Threatens Bluebell
Two years ago plant-lovers were invited by the wild-flower charity Plantlife to vote for flowers to be officially associated with their counties. The bluebell topped so many lists that it was declared the British national flower and the county searches...
Sport Shorts
Tennis: Tim Henman admitted he over-stretched himself in tackling the singles and doubles at the ATP Masters Series event in Monte Carlo. The British number one was eliminated from the singles yesterday at the quarter-final stage after an error-strewn...
Survivor Joins Run to Help Others
Byline: By Alison Dargie When Sheila Brown was told she had cancer her fears were not for herself but for the family she would leave behind. The mother-of-two had just turned 40 and was on holiday in Greece when she discovered the first signs...
Take Your Partners
Byline: By Bill Oldfield You'll know the expression "opposites attract". One of our team is 6ft 13in tall, built like a brick toilet and is married to another of our team - one of the trimmest, most petite ladies you could wish to meet. Despite...
Talks to Keep Carl at Stadium
Byline: By Luke Edwards Mick McCarthy admits he is trying to finalise a deal to sign midfielder Carl Robinson permanently. The Welsh international, who has recovered from the injury which kept him out of the defeat by Crystal Palace on Wednesday,...
Tests Study a `Whitewash'
A study into secret wartime chemical weapons tests carried out on soldiers at Porton Down was branded a whitewash by one North veteran last night. A two-year medical study of veterans who took part in weapons experiments at Porton Down in the 50s,...
The PM Is for Turning after All
Byline: By Paul Linford There is a tendency, in a democracy, to take the view that whenever a really important decision needs to be made, the best course of action is invariably to "let the people decide." One day, perhaps not too far off given...
Time Is Running out on a State-of-the-Art Development
Buyers anxious to get their hands on one of Bowey Homes's luxury three and four-bedroom homes at Millfield, Consett, are being encouraged to reserve quickly because only five remain. Fourteen of the 19 homes at Consett have sold out quickly. ...
Timing Right for a Magpies Revenge
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Tinkering, Russian roulette, call it what you like. Not for the first time this season Claudio Ranieri's penchant for picking and changing is football's most controversial talking point. Until Tuesday's ill-fated trip...
Title Is Mine by Right - Klitschko
Vitali Klitschko believes he will fulfil his destiny tonight in Los Angeles by finally being crowned world heavyweight champion. The 32-year-old maintains he was robbed at the same Staples Center venue last June when facial cuts ended his title...
Top Team of Legal Experts Is Ready to Answer Your Questions
It's all change in residential conveyancing - including authorship of the monthly homemaker column Homes Helpline. From next month a specialist lawyer from Watson Burton's residential property unit will look at some of the hot legal topics in house-buying...
Tories in Racism Row
Tory leader Michael Howard was yesterday facing calls to sack one of the party's vice-chairmen in a new row over racism. The black Conservative peer Lord Taylor of Warwick said Mr Howard should fire Andrew Rosindell after he defended Ann Winterton,...
Travel Shorts
Visit 43 Loire Chateaux in one day. No, it's not a whistle-stop tour of the valley, but a visit to Parc des Mini-Chateaux in Amboise, where quarter-scale versions of the properties are laid out in a park, connected by mini-trains. A bonus for those...
Vaughan Laments Tough Schedule
Byline: By Myles Hodgson Michael Vaughan has protested against the gruelling schedule that faces England for the finale to their their Caribbean tour as they prepare for back-to-back one-day matches against West Indies this weekend - but accepts...
We'll Catch Up with the Blues
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Olivier Bernard is adamant Newcastle can challenge Roman Abramovich's Chelsea millionaires next season and regain the ground lost in this season's three-horse race for Premiership glory. United face the Blues at St...
Wellies Are Welcome - but They're Not Obligatory
Byline: By Dave Black Teenager Sally Manners and fellow members of Tritlington Young Farmers are proof the club is no longer the preserve of the green welly brigade - or the sons and daughters of the soil. The 20-member club, set up more than...
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