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 October 30, 2004

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Albany Northern League
Dunston Federation, the only side with an unbeaten record, are involved in the match of the day when they visit Billingham Synthonia, who took over at the top of the table in midweek. "It is a really tough match for us but fortunately we are boosted...
Anyone Need a Tractor Driver?
Byline: By Florian Dury A tractor driver hopes his gesture of putting himself up for auction in a unique charity event will plough cash into a worthy cause. And he is not the only one to go under the auctioneer's gavel. A woman has volunteered...
Appeal for Witnesses
Police are appealing for witnesses to an attempted robbery at Carey's newsagents in Heworth Metro station, Gateshead, on Thursday at 6.30pm. A man entered the shop wielding an axe. But police say the alarm was raised and he fled empty-handed. He...
Aussies Put an End to 35 Years of Hurt
Australia wrapped up their first series win in India in 35 years after an overwhelming victory by 342 runs in the third Test in Nagpur. The tourists declared their second innings on 329 for five to set India a mammoth target of 543 runs to win but...
A Wealth of Choice across the Region
A wide choice of homes are available to those with a budget of around pounds 275,000 from three-storey versatile designs to five-bedroom detached properties. Embracing country life with walks and cycle paths nearby, yet near to Consett town centre...
A World to Be Discovered
The festive season is a time of indulgence, so why not give your home a touch of luxury this Christmas. At World Furnishings in Gosforth and Sunderland you'll find everything you need to transform your property into a haven of opulence. There's...
Bargains Galore at the Factory Shop
Autumn provides the ideal opportunity to spruce up your home for winter, add more storage and prepare for the inevitable festive visitors. You'll find some great ideas for your home at the Factory Bargain Shop in Consett where everything is sold...
Barrel of Surprises
Byline: By Alastair Gilmour A beer brewed to be poured down the drain has become a market darling inside 12 months. Edinburgh-based Innis & Gunn Oak Aged Beer is a development from a process instigated by William Grant Distillers. It involves...
Beat the Bookie
A selective look at the sports bets on offer this weekend: THIS afternoon Portsmouth have the unenviable privilege of being the first side to host Manchester United in a Premiership match since the mega-showdown with Arsenal last Sunday. Despite...
Before You Pay Up, Do Your Homework
Choosing the right property for you is vitally important when buying a house. Francesca Angelucci, a specialist conveyancing solicitor, tackles this topic and answers your questions about searches and surveys. How do I choose the right property?...
Bid to Block Wind Farm
A special action group has been formed in a bid to block controversial plans for a multi-million pound wind farm development west of Berwick. The firm of Your Energy Ltd is to apply to Berwick Borough Council next month for permission to erect 14...
Bin Laden Admits Twin Towers Attack
Byline: By Katharine Danks Terrorist Osama bin Laden last night appeared in a video admitting for the first time that he carried out the September 11 attacks. Days before the US presidential election, the Arab television station Al-Jazeera broadcast...
Black Cats Can Hack It in Big Time ( Carter
Byline: By Paul Gilder Darren Carter is determined to play a key role in helping Sunderland back into the Premiership after insisting the Black Cats are better prepared for top-flight football than Birmingham's promotion-winning side of 2002. ...
BMW Unveils Bigger and Safer 3 Series
The wraps are finally off one of the most important and eagerly awaited new models of 2005, in the stylish shape of BMW's all-new 3 Series. It will be aiming to maintain the momentum of the marque's soaring popularity that has enabled the current...
Boredom Banished as Saab Enters a New Era
Confession is said to be good for the soul which leads me neatly into the admission that, for years, I found driving Saab cars about as exciting as watching paint dry. Those solid-built and weighty saloons and hatchbacks of the Saab 900 series of...
Braveheart Anne's off to Texas
Byline: By Doug Moscrop At some stage of our life, we've all had a kick in a place where it hurts and survived to tell the tale. For Anne Blanchard, though, it was life-threatening. But out of some bad has come some good. Her bravery was recognised...
Bright coupA Star Offers the Best of Both Worlds
When it comes to glamour Mercedes-Benz is well ahead of the pack. But even Mercedes has its stars and one of the brightest is the new CLK CoupA. By any standards this is a car which has an abundance of kerb appeal. The CLK Convertible is a striking...
Bullied Boy Was Not Allowed Call
Byline: By Liz Hands An angry father is demanding a public apology from the school where his son was beaten by bullies and then not allowed to call his parents ( because he didn't ask properly. Steve Kane, 43, claims staff at South Tynedale Middle...
Buy-Out Saves 130 Carpet Factory Jobs
Byline: By Iain Laing More than 130 jobs have been saved with the management buy-out of a 100-year-old carpet company which numbers rocks stars and royalty among its customers. Durham-based Hugh Mackay Carpets went into administration last month...
Car Hijack Mum Killed
Detectives believe a mother-of-three found stabbed to death in her car may have been kidnapped from a supermarket car park. Ela Maisuria, 46, was sitting in her car while her husband went into the shop. When he came back the car was gone and four...
Catch Up with Last-Minute Jobs in the Garden
It's that time of year again when the clocks go back, days get dark sooner and those last-minute outdoor DIY jobs get left until the following spring. To prevent unfinished DIY jobs from piling up, make the most of the daylight and finish off outdoor...
Charlton Envy over Riverside Spending
Byline: By Alex Lowe Charlton manager Alan Curbishley will look on enviously as Middlesbrough's star-studded side run out at The Valley today. Although Charlton recently announced they had made over pounds 11m profit in the last year, Curbishley...
Chores for the Week
November 5 brings a timely reminder to keep the garden clean and tidy ( prunings, dead leaves and other debris make cosy homes for slugs and winter resting places for other pests. Put soft material on the compost heap and consign woody twigs and branches...
Clarke Latest Victim of Seve's Hell Hole
Darren clarke ran up an sextuple bogey 11 and Sergio Garcia was involved in a rules scare ( both when leading ( on a dramatic second day in the Volvo Masters at Valderrama. Clarke became the latest victim of one of golf's most controversial holes,...
Competing to the End
Byline: By Neil B Jones There were plenty of awards to win in the lead-up to the last three Autumn points accumulator four-section show cross and hunter trial series at Armondside Farm near Blackhall Mill this week. The ground held up soft to...
Cup of Cheer for Domestic Eagles
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Welcome to the new blueprint for English basketball. For the final five minutes of a fixture Newcastle dominated from start to finish, those who have followed the domestic game for the last decade could have been forgiven...
Curtain Up on a Wonderful Display
As winter approaches, thoughts turn to warming up our homes for the colder weather. At House of Curtains, on Blaydon Trade Park, you'll find everything you need to cosy up every room in your home ( from opulent bedspreads to luxurious chenille curtains....
Disabled Get Best Ever Choice of Cars
Motability, the car scheme aimed at helping disabled people, is now offering its widest range of models ever available on the programme. And from this month there's also a selection of low advance payments and the end of constantly changing prices....
Don't Fall in the Tunnel Vision Trap
Bench-marking is something we should all be striving for. Every farmer should be able to check out his or her costs, whether they are variable costs such as feed and bedding or fixed costs including labour and machinery overheads. Obviously silage...
Elite Clash Will Test the Steel of Vipers
Elite League opposition awaits Newcastle Vipers this weekend in the form of Sheffield Steelers and Basingstoke Bison in the National Cup competition. Vipers travel to Hallam FC Ice Arena to meet Steelers tonight and tomorrow host Bison at Newcastle...
Elsworth Salutes Keniry Double
Byline: By Robert Pratt Apprentice Liam Keniry earned the plaudits from David Elsworth with a double for the Whitsbury-based trainer on Spanish Don and Nota Bene at Newmarket yesterday. Keniry's winners ( his first double on the Rowley Mile course...
Farrell Aims for Run of Success
Great Britain captain Andy Farrell is hoping his new-look team can run the Australians off the park in tonight's Gillette Tri-Nations clash at the City of Manchester Stadium. New coach Brian Noble has jettisoned the heavyweight brigade of Paul Anderson,...
Ferrari Supercar Set to Zoom In
Bristling with Formula One technology, this is the latest supercar from Ferrari. The stunning new F430 has a top speed of almost 200mph and will rocket from rest to 62mph in less time than it takes you to read this paragraph. The F430 replaces...
Five-Bedroomed Mill Has Plenty of Family Appeal
A five-bedroom detached home with the family firmly in mind is this week's Homemaker Property of the Week. The Mill is available at Birkdale View, a George Wimpey North East development in Consett, County Durham. The Mill is new to the the George...
Gardeners' Diary
eep in touch with North-East gardening and floral events through this column every Saturday. Monday, November 1. North of England Rosecarpe Horticultural Society, AGM, Civic Centre, Gateshead, 7pm. Tuesday, November 2. Whitley Bay Flower...
Get Set to Tough It out, Says Grimes
Byline: By Alan Hedley Scotland lock Stuart Grimes is warning Newcastle Falcons to expect a rough ride in tomorrow's Heineken Cup confrontation with Catalans Perpignan at Kingston Park (2.30pm). Grimes, the quiet man of the Newcastle pack who...
Ghosts, Ghouls and a Scary New Year
Byline: By Beverley Addy Halloween has its roots in a variety of festivals celebrated by a variety of people. In Celtic Britain, Nature was worshipped, with the sun god at the heart of the religion. He dictated the way the world was and, crucially,...
Grand Designs for the Luxurious Home
One of the new season's looks takes more than a nod of an exquisitely adorned head to some of the finer things in life. Sumptuous fabrics, opulent designs and deluxe colours create an interior that is fit for any aspiring lord or lady. Classic designs...
Grass Has Grown in Popularity Thanks to Top Show Gardens
Fifteen years ago, the only grass to be seen in most gardens, apart from the lawn, was pampas ( a mixed blessing, as anyone who has tried to remove one will tell you. Now festuca, carex, pennisetum and numerous other kinds of grass take pride of place...
Grave Insult to a Restoration Hero
Byline: By Anne Huggett Celebrated architect Richard Grainger's Newcastle legacy is now illuminated in the night but his grave is vandalised and strewn with litter. Grainger's finest buildings in the city centre are lit up as part of a scheme...
Harrison Makes History in Farce
Scott Harrison punched his way into history last night after a farcical first-round stoppage of Samuel Kebede at the Braehead Arena. The Glaswegian had hoped for a scintillating display for the Black Watch Regiment, who he earlier dedicated the...
Holy Trinity Offers a New Service to Buyer
An innovative housing redevelopment has been launched in Gateshead. This will include the integration of three different types of housing tenure, intended to create quality homes for all incomes. Coun David Bollands, Cabinet Member for Housing...
Home with Panoramic Country Views
Waking up to panoramic views over rural Weardale, is one pleasure that Mike and Eileen Leatherland are reluctant to give up. So much so that the couple have decided to move to a smaller property just a stone's throw from their present home. Mike...
`Hopeless' Victories Will Do for McCarthy
Byline: By Paul Gilder Sunderland boss Mick McCarthy last night insisted that winning games is all that concerns him and admitted he doesn't care if his promotion-seeking side play "hopeless" football so long as victory is achieved. The Black...
Horsebox
RESULTS Mini Minimus 18in Show Cross Junior: 1 Samual Martin, Meg; 2 James Kibler, Flash; 3 James Armstrong, Cot Minuet; 4 Frankie Pitt, Amico. Show Cross Senior: 1 Natalie Russell, Amy; 2 Rachel Gray, Charlie; 3 Shelly Griffin, Jack; 4 Angela...
Housing Objection
Parish councillors in Wooler are to lodge a formal objection with Berwick Borough Council over plans for a new housing development. Home Housing are applying for planning permission to create 15 flats and bungalows on land behind the main street...
How to Beat the Crowd on the Ski Slopes in 2005
Many of Europe's most popular ski areas are becoming so busy in peak season that shrewd bookers should check into lesser-known areas nearby, says the author of one of Britain's best selling guides to the slopes. Chris Gill, co-author of Where to...
In My View
Byline: By John Danby Why would anyone in the region vote against the Regional Assembly? The Scots and the Welsh have their own assemblies ( yet when they had to vote yes or no for the formation of these the result was in doubt, particularly...
Insurance Group Benefits from Market's Recovery
Norwich Union insurance group Aviva yesterday hailed early signs of a recovery in the UK market for its products as it posted an 11pc rise in life and pensions new business to pounds 10.8bn. The group said Norwich Union was benefiting from a gradual...
It Really Is a Dog's Life for Cut-Price Rovers
Byline: By Tony Henderson Every dog has its day ( and yesterday that was doubly true. A cut-price rail rover ticket for use throughout Cumbria and the Lake District was launched at Carlisle Station, spearheaded by real life Lakeland terrier Jasper....
It's Not Too Late to Plant out Some Winter Pansies
It is easy to be tempted by prolific displays of pansies for sale in August and carry them off to plant up pots and window boxes for winter. But that is not the best time to buy. Winter pansies need a few chilly nights to produce embryo flower buds...
Jimmy's Such a Talisman ( Boro
Byline: By Jack Pickering Middlesbrough boss Steve McClaren has insisted he did not take a gamble when he recruited Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to head up his new-look strike force. The former Leeds and Chelsea hitman is perceived in some quarters...
Jordan Trip Ends in Tragedy
Byline: By Paul James The distraught daughters of a church-going couple last night spoke of their anguish after their parents' dream trip to the Holy Land turned to tragedy. Methodists Richard and Angela Fothergill, of Gosforth, Newcastle, died...
Karaoke Fight for Sound of Silence
Byline: By Neil Mckay Discord broke out at a karaoke evening, a court heard yesterday, when a bar-room brawl was started after a group talked loudly over a girl's performance. Yesterday one of the participants was sentenced to 18 months' jail...
Killer Husband Freed
Byline: By Hilary Clixby A loving husband in the grip of mental illness when he strangled his wife to death was spared jail yesterday as his family vowed to stand by him. Abdul and Nusrat Alrahi had been happily married for more than 30 years...
Labour's United Front Brought Nissan to Washington
I must take issue with your leader column (Thursday) which stated "Labour has done little (for) North-East voters" and "at least the Tories can claim to have brought Nissan to the region." The Tories may "claim" to have brought Nissan here but the...
Lights for the Love That Still Burns Bright
Byline: By Sam Wonfor The shimmering Christmas tree which towers over passengers at Newcastle Central Station is a fixture of the city's seasonal celebrations. For the past nine years, St Oswald's Hospice in Gosforth, Newcastle has given people...
Local Hero Tribute Inspires Film World
Byline: By Graeme King A statue of First World War soldier John Simpson Kirkpatrick stands on the windswept precinct in South Shields town centre, marking the town's connection with the man many Australians regard as their greatest war hero. ...
Marts
WOOLER October 20 John Swan Limited at their weekly Primestock Sale sold 2943 Sheep including 299 Ewes and 38 Prime Cattle. SALE OF PRIME SHEEP & EWES A good show of Lambs shown in very wet conditions met an improved trade with well...
Miliband in Clear on Home Claims
Standards watchdogs at the House of Commons will not pursue a complaint against North MP David Miliband over his expenses claims, it was revealed last night. But details of the complaint will be passed to the Commons Finance Department to look at...
Milner Has Big Score to Settle
Byline: By Simon Rushworth James Milner returns to the scene of his most bitter disappointment as a professional footballer tomorrow determined to erase the memory of painful relegation. The Newcastle midfielder, expected to drop down to the...
Mutu's Sacking Backed by Boss
Byline: ByJim van Wijk Jose Mourinho yesterday defended Chelsea's decision to sack Adrian Mutu ( then revealed for several months he had concerns the striker might be taking drugs. The club announced yesterday they had enforced their "zero tolerance"...
My Record Is on the Line
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Unbeaten Newcastle boss Graeme Souness puts his proud United record on the line at Bolton tomorrow expecting an abrasive examination of the Magpies' new found resilience on the road. The former Blackburn Rovers manager...
My Week
Paul Vaclikis, managing director of Broadmedia Technology Ltd, of North Shields which specialises in the design, development and support of software solutions for multi-channel, interactive marketing and entertainment Monday am ( Worked with...
New Honda Designed to Keep Families Up Front and Together
So can the car you buy really improve how well you get on with your children? It's an intriguing concept and perhaps not so daft as it sounds. For Japanese car designer Masaaki Tsunoda, the revelation came when he took the kids out for a run in...
Nissan's Profits Grow despite Rising Costs
Byline: By Howard Walker Carmaker Nissan is continuing to increase profits despite battling against rising raw material costs and interest rates. The global group, which employs 4,500 at its plant in Washington, said yesterday that net income...
Oh, We Do like to Be beside the Seaside!
With some of the most beautiful coastlines in the UK, it's no wonder coastal properties are proving popular with North-East homebuyers. Homemaker looks at some new homes beside the seaside. MILLER Homes's development at East Shore Village in Seaham...
Opening Path to Great Outdoors
Cheek by jowl with the Newcastle Central Motorway East and the busy Swan House roundabout in Newcastle, the Holy Jesus Hospital is hardly the usual sort of tranquil National Trust property. But it has a history stretching back more than 700 years...
Plan on a Regular Maintenance Schedule
Did you know that the total annual cost of occupying a typical house could exceed pounds 9,000? This figure is based on a three-bedroomed semi-detached house with a gross internal floor area of 85sqm and is averaged out over 20 years. So says the Building...
`Politics of Sewer' Jibe in Campaign
Byline: By Ross Smith A trade union boss was last night accused of "the politics of the sewer" by opponents after twice linking the campaign against a North-East assembly with the far-right British National Party. GMB regional secretary Tom Brennan...
Pub Row Will Go to Lords
Byline: By Rhodri Phillips The pub at the centre of a long-running licensing battle will have its future decided in the highest court in the land. Ultimate Leisure has won the right to take its legal fight to open a super-pub on the site of the...
Referendum Is Welcome
So the North-East is not to be the only part of Britain to have a referendum. In fact a very large part of Europe is to get the opportunity to vote on the new European constitution. This is to be heartily welcomed. For the first time since 1975...
Region Put in a Position of Trust
Byline: By Tony Henderson The best of the North-East's heritage and countryside will be showcased next weekend when up to 1,000 delegates arrive for the biggest event in the National Trust's annual diary. The Trust, the UK's largest conservation...
Ritchie Set to Miss out on Pool Game
Byline: By Paul Gilder Richie Humphreys could be denied a landmark appearance for Hartlepool this afternoon after it emerged the facial injury he suffered last weekend could stop him recording his 150th consecutive league start for the club. ...
Shake-Up at Eurotunnel
Shares in Eurotunnel fell 7pc yesterday after the Channel Tunnel operator unveiled its recovery programme. The group's stock dropped 1.5p to 18p after it revealed plans to reduce costs through a shake-up of its lorry and car shuttle services. It...
Showbiz Kids Hit West End
Byline: By David Whetstone and Sam Wonfor Thirty six talented youngsters from the North-East have been in the West End this week, watching a series of top London shows and meeting the stars. One day some of them might be stars themselves ( but...
Sir Rembrandt Can Get into the Picture
Byline: By Doug Moscrop Whatever is in store for Sir Rembrandt this winter, his main claim to fame so far is that he gave triple Cheltenham Gold Cup hero Best Mate a real fright at the Festival in March. Considering his lack of experience over...
Sorry State of British Empire
Byline: ByBill Oldfield Before I start I would like to apologise. What for? Anything really, or at least anything I'm about to say, might have said recently or even over the last few years. In fact, you should be aware that, much as it's...
Soundings Look Just Right for Ouija Board
Byline: By William Hayler Dual Oaks heroine Ouija Board can spark British celebrations by winning the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf at Lone Star Park tomorrow. The strength of the Ed Dunlop-trained filly's form puts her streets ahead of...
Speed's a Big Threat to His Old Buddies
Byline: By Simon Rushworth Before Newcastle's buoyant supporters begin dreaming of a 10th match unbeaten under Graeme Souness, it is worth bearing the following statistic in mind. Gary Speed, who struck an impressive 29 league goals in 213 league...
Sport Shorts
Motor racing: World champion Sebastien Loeb continued to push for his sixth victory of the season after finishing day one of the Rally Catalunya in the lead. The Citroen driver is two seconds clear of second-placed Markko Martin after winning two stages...
Step out in Style for a Fabulous Floor Show
Take to the floor with style tips by Gabrielle Fagan IF you regard flooring as just a necessity think again. Flooring has begun to play a starring role in interiors and nowadays the choice has never been more exciting. You can opt for the simplicity...
Store Hit by Blaze
A fire which broke out at Argos on Hexham's Fore Street at 2am yesterday, left the premises heavily smoke logged. The fire is thought to have started in a rubbish bin to the rear of the building and was put out by firefighters from the Hexham station....
Storm Blacks out over 1,000 Homes
Byline: By Robert Brooks More than a thousand homes and businesses were left without power for up to eight hours, as freak thunder and lightning blacked out part of Northumberland early yesterday. The intense electrical storm hit first just off...
Straw in No Rush for Europe Poll as Leaders Sign Up
Foreign Secretary Jack Straw yesterday signalled that the Government's promised referendum on the new European Constitution would not be held until early 2006. As Tony Blair joined other EU leaders in Rome for the formal signing of the constitutional...
Swapping Ships for Surfboards
Byline: By Dave Black Keen surfer Andrew Donaldson is hoping to catch a wave to business success by harnessing his love for the sport and its booming popularity in the North-East. Surfers are riding the seas off the region's coastline in ever-increasing...
Tasteful Designs for Quality Kitchens
Delighting the customer has always been the aim of JL Design Bespoke Kitchens and Interiors, whose kitchens are hand-built to meet the dreams of those who become owners of one. Just as each of us is individual, with our different tastes and lifestyles,...
The US Election Can Only Be Bad for Blair
Byline: By Paul Linford Every four years, a cry goes up from a certain section of the British public over why we devote so many column inches to an election taking place on the other side of the Atlantic. As someone who finds American politics...
The Young Ones
Byline: By Paul Gilder When, with one eye fixed firmly on the future, Mick McCarthy unveiled his managerial blueprint at the Stadium of Light this summer, the Black Cats boss found himself very much in the minority amongst his promotion-seeking...
They're Leaving on a Jet Plane
Byline: By Polly March Buskers tiring of singing in the rain are jetting off to sunnier climes. Street corners and Metro concourses are empty, as street entertainers head off to Paris, Tenerife ( and in one case, Australia. The great busking...
Threat to Nurseries Slammed
Byline: By Neil McKay The gardeners who toil daily at The Grove Training Nurseries are justifiably proud of their work. Greenhouses and poly-tunnels are neatly lined with plants which are sold to the public. The Durham County Council-run nursery...
Three Storeys for All the Family
Recent predictions that multi-generational homes are to treble in the next 20 years has led to Persimmon Homes North East devising a house type designed to accommodate three generations living under one roof. A recent study carried out by the Economic...
Time to Shed Your Inhibitions
If you haven't been down to John Potts Sheds lately, you'll be amazed by the changes that have taken shape. Celebrating 25 years in business this year, the fencing and timber specialists on Norham Road North, North Shields, have really moved with...
Top Designer Gives Away All Her Trade Tricks
Nina Campbell is giving me a tour of her home ( and revealing her unique style. She said: "When I decorate other people's houses their tastes and needs are my first priority, but in my own home I can experiment. Some of my work is quite traditional...
Top Tips to Keep Stylish Interiors on White Track
The Eskimos apparently have over 50 words to describe snow. That pales into insignificance when you look at how many words we now have to describe white. A quick flick through the paint charts offers Soft White, Old English White, Apple White, Sail...
Travel Shorts
For a spot of pre-Christmas luxury, Voyana (0871 271-5201, www.voyana.com/Dubai) is featuring short break packages to the six-star Burj Al Arab in Dubai ( which includes Rolls- Royce transfers ( at pounds 1,045 per person. This twin share price,...
Turnburrys for the Finer Things in Life
Eight years ago a quest for beautiful doors, floors and fireplaces led a man in Jesmond to embark upon a journey that would involve selecting original pieces, lovingly restoring them by hand and giving them a new life in charmingly renovated properties....
Unibond League
Manager Alan Bell reckons that Gateshead have nothing to lose when they visit Stafford Rangers in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup this afternoon. "Let's face it, they are odds-on favourites and no matter what happens, we can only win....
Union Leaders Back an Assembly
Union leaders yesterday insisted their voice was relevant in the regional assembly debate as they endorsed the Yes campaign. Regional secretaries of the TUC, the GMB, Unison and Amicus spoke at a Press conference in Newcastle to lend their weight...
Village Homes with Charm of Their Own
Two charming village houses and a building plot have come up for sale in Bowsden, Northumberland ( five miles from Berwick-upon-Tweed. Lorbottle House is a traditional yet versatile property in excellent decorative condition. On the ground floor...
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