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 15, 2010

Abroad or Staycation?
Byline: BOB CUFFE AND as the cold summer nights end, and the cold autumn nights engulf us, .extinguishing all hope, it's important we keep our peckers up. Not easy when all the hope has been extinguished. And then kicked. And jumped upon. I think...
Access for All Tourism Award
SALTHOLME, THE WILDLIFE AND DISCOVERY PARK SALTHOLME is a fantastic wildlife experience in the Tees Valley. The RSPB and the Teesside Environmental Trust have worked together to transform 1,000 acres (380 ha) of former industrial land in North East...
Anger over Plans for a City Mayor; Boris-Style Leader Will Be a 'Burden'
Byline: Adam Jupp PLANS to impose a mayor on Newcastle appear to have moved a step closer. The Journal told earlier this year how Tory Communities Secretary Eric Pickles was considering forcing 12 major UK cities to install Boris Johnson-style figureheads...
Anger over Ruling That Beer Ties Can Continue
Byline: John Hill THE UK'S consumer watchdog has been branded "blinkered" and "stupid" for ruling that "beer ties" between landlords and pub companies do not affect their ability to compete in the marketplace. The Office of Fair Trading has ruled...
Apple Celebrations Have Extra Bite This Year; IN SEASON WITH LYNN BAYS, Head Chef at Souter Lighthouse
YOU'LL have noticed the farmers' markets and small independent fruit and vegetable shops filling up with lovely tart English apples now that autumn is kicking in. The apple season culminates on October 21, which, fittingly, has for the last 21 years...
Artist Sees His Work Slowly Taking Shape; Female Form Is Rising from the Earth in County
Byline: Dave Black AUNIQUE artwork which will become the world's biggest-ever sculpted human form is slowly rising from the earth at a Northumberland opencast coal mine. Six months after work started on creating her, Northumberlandia - a massive...
Attractions Will Benefit from Stone
Byline: Christopher Knox ASPECIALIST North East construction company has secured contracts that will ensure that two of the region's most popular tourist attractions are preserved for future generations. Darlington-based Stone Technical Services,...
Award Nomination for JDDK
NEWCASTLE-BASED architects Jane Darbyshire & David Kendall (JDDK) Ltd have had two of their recent hospice projects shortlisted for the Building Better Healthcare (BBH) Awards 2010. Both the Marie Curie Hospice in Glasgow and the day services...
Battle-Weary Troops Come Back Home; North Soldiers Reunited with Families
Byline: Andy Hughes DOZENS of battle weary troops from the North East were welcomed home by their proud families last night following a gruelling six-month tour on the front line in Afghanistan. More than 100 members the 4th Regiment Royal Artillery,...
Becky Joins Quay2 Media and Kate Expands Role
QUAY2 Media, an established North Eastbased media relations company, is welcoming new arrival Becky Bowey-Tyler to the team while also celebrating the promotion of Kate Gibson. Twenty-nine year-old Becky joins the team as PR operator. She has a...
BED AND BREAKFAST OF THE YEAR in Association With
ST CUTHBERT'S HOUSE THE five-star, silver-rated St Cuthbert's House is a stylish conversion of a Presbyterian chapel on the outskirts of Seahouses, which is in the heart of the beautiful and historic Northumberland Coastal Area of Outstanding Natural...
Best Tourism Experience of the Year
HALL HILL FARM SITUATED in rolling countryside near Lanchester in County Durham, Hall Hill Farm is an award-wi S nning farm attraction offering family fun. It offers visitors the opportunity to see and touch animals at close quarters, including...
Bid to Get Train Factory on Track
CAMPAIGNERS yesterday delivered a petition with 4,000 names calling for a train building to come to the North East. North East MPs joined forces with council, union and business chiefs to hand in the petition to the Government as the battle to secure...
Big Names Missed the Boat - Holmes; Snub Seen as Lost Opportunity
KELLY Holmes insists the stayaway stars who snubbed the Delhi Commonwealth Games will have been made to regret their decision after two weeks of successful competition in the Indian capital. Phillips Idowu, Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah and Victoria Pendleton...
Boxing Legend McCrory Hoping Vallily Will Resist Lure of Big Bucks
Byline: Stuart Rayner GLENN McCrory has advised Britain's first Commonwealth Games heavyweight boxing champion for 32 years to resist the lure of money because superstardom awaits. Middlesbrough's Simon Vallily won the Games' most prestigious boxing...
Business Tourism Award
ROCKLIFFE HALL ONE of the region's newest business venues, Rockliffe Hall in Darlington is a 61-bedroom hotel within a magnificent restored 18th Century estate. Set in the quiet County Durham countryside, between the villages of Croft and Hurworth-on-Tees,...
Captain: Maoris Will Be a Good Test; RUGBY LEAGUE
ENGLAND captain Adrian Morley is expecting a fierce battle from the Maoris in Saturday's clash at Auckland's Mount Smart Stadium and predicts it will be just the preparation the tourists need for their Four Nations campaign. In each of the two previous...
Caravan Holiday Park of the Year
ORD HOUSE COUNTRY PARK THIS 40-acre tree-lined country park, situated in North Northumberland's secret kingdom, offers an extensive range of facilities including a bar, restaurant and new adventure play area. All are well presented and maintained to...
Car Part Factory Will Go Ahead without Pounds 1m Grant
Byline: Iain Laing NIFCO UK, the car parts manufacturer based in Stockton, is pressing ahead with plans for a new factory despite losing a pounds 1m grant. Mike Matthews, managing director of the company on Yarm Road, said plans for a new production...
Celebration of Local Cuisine; Food Lovers Will Be in Seventh Heaven as Wallington Again Flings Open Its Doors for a Weekend Celebration of Local Cuisine - with Gold Medal-Winning Great Taste Award Winners Very Much to the Fore. JESSICA TRAVERS Reports
Byline: JESSICA TRAVERS THE North has long laboured under the stigma of being a culinary desert. The impression has all too often been that the region has nothing to offer the gastronome. Those born and bred in the region have always known differently,...
Chile's Miners Are Reborn after Rescue; President Says Country Is a Different Place
Byline: Michael Black CHILE'S 33 rescued miners were reported to be in good health last night as they met the country's president who pledged tougher safety laws. President Sebastian Pinera posed with the miners, most of whom were wearing bathrobes...
Cold Weather Pay Cut to Hit Pensioners; Payment to Be Cut by Two Thirds to Pounds 8.50
Byline: Adrian Pearson COLD weather payments to pensioners are the latest benefit set to go as the coalition Government finalises its historic cuts programme . The pounds 25-a-week payment triggered when the weather falls below zero is set to be...
'Compensation Rates Should Not Be Based on the Current Economic Climate but on Morality and Justice for the Victims and Their Families' Widow Critical over Government Pay Outs
Byline: Helen Rae AWIDOW who was instrumental in securing an inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal has hit out at Government for refusing to give higher compensation payments to those affected by the tragedy. Hundreds of people contaminated...
Cracking Silvers Are Found at the Angel
GOOD sport continues to be had on The Angel complex where some cracking silver fish have been out this week as illustrated by Tony Watson's 1lb 8oz roach from Lookout Lake on Bowes, bream out to 8lb 14oz have been landed, as well as carp, ide, orfe,...
Cuts Will Leave New Mums Isolated; VOICE OF THE NORTH
I AM writing this letter as the Labour councillor for Whitley Bay but, more pertinently, as a new mother. I access the various health visitor facilities and parent and baby/toddler groups in my local community and I understand that these are under...
Dallas Court Holds Key to Reds' Fate; Hearing Will Go Ahead Today
LIVERPOOL'S complicated ownership issues could finally be concluded several thousand miles away today when a court in Texas reconvenes. The club moved to the brink of being taken over by New England Sports Ventures (NESV) when a High Court judge...
David Wells
The course of true love never runs smoothly, to truly know someone there are likely to be moments when you don't agree but you can find a compromise and ending the week as you began means working towards just that. You can choose to keep an argument...
Deaths
ADAMSON (Durham). Peacefully at home with his family on October 12th, Michael Gilbert M.B.E., loved husband of Marian (nee Coleman), loving dad of John and Helen, loving grandpa of Jordan, Lauren, Grace, Charlotte and Emily. Friends please meet for...
Defoe Is Urged to Take Responsibility
NEWCASTLE Eagles chief Paul Blake is looking to Darius Defoe to "step up" and become the club's main scoring threat this season, writes MARK DOUGLAS. There have been calls to add another forward to the champions' roster after a mixed start to the...
DeGale Set for 'Risky' Fight with Champion
JAMES DeGale accepts he is taking a risk by agreeing to fight champion Paul Smith for the British supermiddleweight title. The rivals will meet at the Liverpool Echo Arena on December 11 as part of an event Frank Warren is staging to celebrate his...
Diamonds Are Victims of Slow Start - Again; SPEEDWAY
Sheffield Tigers................................ 53 Newcastle Diamonds ...................... 43 THE Newcastle Diamonds have of late become victims of a slow cold start early on and last night was no exception as Kenni Larsen's (pictured below) bike...
'Even 10 Years Ago, People Were Still under the Illusion That the Resources of the Planet Were Infinite' University Leads Research into Sustainability
Byline: Tony Henderson THE world has enough for everybody's need but not for everybody's greed. Those wise words of Mahatma Gandhi sum up the concept of sustainability, reckons Newcastle University's Professor Paul Younger, and they will certainly...
Exiles Clash Is the Ultimate Test, Says Ospreys Star
OSPREYS star Shane Williams has described tonight's Heineken Cup showdown against in-form London Irish as "the ultimate test". And Wales' record international tryscorer knows the Ospreys cannot afford another defeat after a late Paul Sackey score...
Festival Helps to Save Club from Sticky Wicket
Byline: BEER ALASTAIR GILMOUR THE domestic cricket season finished a few weeks ago, and wickets are taking an autumn breather. Terrace benches will lurk largely in silence until spring - but a ripple of applause might just break out around Newcastle...
Freshest Fare from the Farm; Advertisement Feature
FARMERS' markets are the perfect way to cut down on food miles, support your local producers and enjoy tasty local food and drink. Most of the products sold at farmers' markets are grown and made within 50 miles. What's more, you can trot back...
Get Ready for the Festivities; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: TASTE AT CHRISTMAS
WITH the festive season fast approaching, staff at farm shops across the region are gearing themselves up for a busy time. At the award-winning Blagdon farmshop, it's the time of year when the shop's clS ose relationship with the farm and other local...
Grant to Help Town Develop
Byline: Tony Henderson ANOTHER crucial piece in the heritage-led regeneration of a historic town fell into place yesterday. The Heritage Lottery Fund announced a grant of pounds 600,000 for the At the Crossroads project in Berwick, Northumberland....
High-Earners Facing New Tax Break
THE tax breaks high earners get on pension savings are to be cut dramatically to save pounds 4bn a year, it was announced yesterday. The amount people can save tax-free into a pension each year is being slashed from pounds 255,000 to pounds 50,000...
Hodgson Offers a Glimpse of Future; Falcons Endure Testing Night
Byline: Luke Edwards Montpellier 32 Newcastle 8 NEWCASTLE Falcons were given a tantalising glimpse of one of the potential new stars of English rugby last night as teenage fly-half Joel Hodgson made an encouraging first start despite the heavy 32-8...
Hughton: Taylor Is Far from Forgotten; Still No Deal but Centre-Back in Manager's Thoughts
Byline: Stuart Rayner THERE might be an eerie silence about the offer of a new contract but Chris Hughton has reassured transfer-listed Steven Taylor he is part of Newcastle United's future plans. Taylor is due back in training next week, and...
Hundreds of New Jobs Set to Be Created; Plans Will Not Be Blocked for Tesco
Byline: Adrian Pearson PLANNING chiefs have paved the way for a hundreds of Sunderland jobs after green-lighting a new Tesco store. Officers at Government Office North East have confirmed they will not block plans for a new superstore in the...
In Memoriam
CAMPBELL (Felling). On October 12th 2009, aged 71 years, Stan, dearly beloved husband of Sheila (nee Jackson), dearly loved dad of Garry and Sharon, much loved grandad of Leanne, Keira, Myla, Jamie and Dean, much loved great grandad of Freya. CLAYFORTH...
It's a Naval Way to Remember a Hero; Collingwood to Be Toasted at Ceremony
Byline: Tony Henderson ARUM do is planned to remember North East naval hero Admiral Lord Collingwood on the anniversary next week of the Battle of Trafalgar. At noon on Trafalgar Day next Thursday - the time the first shot was fired in the battle...
'I Was Raped in My Own Home by Corrupt PC' Court Hears Former Drug Addict's Claim
Byline: Rob Kennedy AFORMER heroin addict told a court that a Northumbria police officer subjected her to a humiliating rape ordeal in her own home. Newcastle Crown Court was told that PC Stephen Mitchell kept her under his control for four years...
Jeffries Set for Another Milestone in Career; Boxer Heading Stateside to Train with Best: Tony Jeffries Is Getting Ready to Move to Another Trainer in Another City. the Olympic Bronze Medallist Speaks to Stuart Rayner about Criticism, Expectation and Why It Is Time for Yet More Change
THIS weekend brings another milestone in the everchanging career of Tony Jeffries. The Sunderland light-heavyweight is moving to Los Angeles to start a new life in professional boxing. Change has been a constant feature of Jeffries' life these...
Jobs Go as 'Quango State' Is 'Curtailed' Huge Losses Could Be Felt in North East
Byline: William Green HUNDREDS of jobs are set to go in the region after the Government unveiled a "bonfire of the quangos" yesterday. Simon Elliott, regional secretary of the PCS union, warned the proposals to axe or cut back hundreds of quangos...
Large Visitor Attraction of the Year
BAMBURGH CASTLE ONCE home to the kings of ancient Northumbria, Bamburgh Castle is one of Northumberland's most iconic attractions and was completely restored in 1900. Overlooking the stunning Northumberland coastline, Bamburgh Castle has 14 public...
Legal Challenge over Coal on Tourist Line; Troubled Rural Railway Runs into New Battle
Byline: Neil McKay LOCALS fighting plans to transport more than one million tonnes of coal along the route of a tourist railway have mounted a legal challenge. They say hundreds of wagons a day would trundle along roads past their homes in Wolsingham,...
Lib Dem's Attitude Seen as Historicide; Councillor Calls for Move Away from Now-Abolished Districts
Byline: Dave Black ASENIOR county councillor has rubbished claims that deprived communities could miss out on funding if Northumberland's former districts are consigned to the history books. Liberal Democrat Andrew Tebbutt has been accused of...
Lib Dem's Attitude Seen as 'Medieval Historicide'
A SENIOR county councillor has rubbished claims that deprived communities could miss out on funding if Northumberland's former districts are consigned to the history books. Liberal Democrat Andrew Tebbutt has been accused of "medieval historicide"...
Liverpool Boss Plays Down the Kuyt Fears
LIVERPOOL manager Roy Hodgson has dismissed fears Dirk Kuyt could have a long-term injury problem and expects the forward to be fit in three to four weeks. The 30-year-old landed awkwardly during Holland's Euro 2012 qualifying victory over Sweden...
Loving Spirit Has Winning Feeling
Byline: Saraband IT is a while since trainer James Toller had a nice juvenile to look forward to, but thoughts of Loving Spirit could keep him warm this winter. The Newmarket trainer has seen the likes of Bachelor Duke and Compton Place pass through...
Malaysians Scupper Hopes of More Gold
ENGLAND won three badminton silvers and one netball bronze while Wales claimed a silver in the rhythmic gymnastics on the final day of the Commonwealth Games in Delhi. England were hoping to add to their gold medal tally on day 11 but the Malaysians...
Meyler's Back but a Long Road Ahead
Byline: Stuart Rayner DAVID Meyler returned to training this week after cruciate ligament damage, but it will be some time before the Irishman is back in red-and-white stripes. Along with Jordan Henderson, Sunderland midfielder Meyler was one...
Mystery of Bent's England Injuries
SUNDERLAND will contact the Football Association to ask why Darren Bent keeps missing England matches through injury despite being an ever-present at club level, writes STUART RAYNER. Since joining the Black Cats in the summer of 2009, Bent has...
New Pounds 6 Charge to Use Airport; Strategy 'Will Help Secure Future'
Byline: Neil McKay PASSENGERS travelling from a struggling North East airport will have to pay an extra charge for every flight from next month. The pounds 6 passenger facility fee will be introduced to fund improvements at Durham Tees Valley...
Noble Rot Makes Sweetest Wine
Byline: HELEN SAVAGE THE best sweet wines are made from the most disgusting, rotten grapes. It takes considerable willpower to put one in your mouth, the kind that's normally reserved for the more horrid challenges designed for celebrities abandoned...
North Heir to Pounds 100m Jewish Art Collection; Lost Paintings in Holocaust Restitution Case
Byline: Dan Warburton THE long-lost Northumberland descendent of a Jewish art collector is in line for a share of a pounds 100m fortune following a Holocaust restitution claim, it emerged last night. During the Second World War, Jenny Steiner...
Opportunity Arises at Every Age
Byline: VIV KINNAIRD Sunderland is leading the way in the UK on digital inclusion according to a national newspaper this week. The city's drive to tackle social exclusion through online involvement has attracted UK-wide interest, and is turning...
Overseas Sales Soar for Online Store
ONLINE fashion firm ASOS has said overseas sales have more than doubled as it offset a tougher UK market. Sales growth in the UK slowed to 21% in the second quarter of its financial year, from 32% in the previous three months, but ASOS continues...
Place at Tour Finals in the Bag for British Number One Murray; Tennis
ANDY Murray ensured he will end his season at the prestigious Barclays ATP World Tour Finals for the third year in a row after reaching the quarter-finals of the Shanghai Masters. The British number one beat France's Jeremy Chardy 6-3 6-4 in the third...
Ponting: I Am Still Man to Lead Aussies; Australia Captain Adamant He Can Change Fortunes
RICKY Ponting is adamant he remains the best man to lead Australia's Ashes bid despite overseeing the team's worst losing streak in 22 years. A defiant Ponting returned to Sydney yesterday a day after watching India take the Border-Gavaskar series...
Relief to Be Ready for off at Weekend
Byline: JAMES ARMSTRONG WE'RE breathing a huge sigh of relief here at Newcastle after getting confirmation that we are raceable for Sunday's Family Countryside Raceday. The event, organised in conjunction with the Countryside Alliance, will be a...
Sam Hits Back at Murphy Comments
SAM Allardyce yesterday challenged Danny Murphy to be "man enough" to publicly apologise for his claims that players are being injured because certain managers are sending their teams out too fired up. Fulham skipper Murphy singled out Blackburn,...
Scheme Is in Need of a 'White Knight' New Hope That Complex Can Be Preserved
Byline: Paul Tully AN ELDERLY tenants' housing scheme facing closure may yet be saved - if another landlord is prepared to step in. Blackett Court in Wylam is under the axe as Anchor Housing Association moves out its last elderly tenants. But...
Silverstone Supremo Excited by Project; MOTOR RACING
SILVERSTONE managing director Richard Phillips believes he now has a circuit of which Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone and the sport can be proud. Richards was speaking after providing the first glimpse of the new pounds 27million pit and paddock...
Small Hotel of the Year
LANGLEY CASTLE HOTEL LANGLEY Castle is a four-star, gold-rated, 14th-Century castle set in a 10-acre woodland estate. It offers a consistently high-quality experience from start to finish starting with well-appointed bedrooms, high-quality decor...
Small Visitor Attraction of the Year
KILHOPE - THE NORTH OF ENGLAND LEAD MINING MUSEUM KILLHOPE is an award-winning visitor attraction where visitors can discover the lives of Victorian lead-mining families. The Park Level mine is a real adventure where, equipped with hard hat, lamp...
Spirit Caught on Canvas; Treasures Unearthed for New Display
Byline: David Whetstone STUNNING art treasures are coming out of storage to grace a new display dedicated to the region's rich artistic history. Among the items being displayed in the Laing Art Gallery's new Northern Spirit display yesterday was...
SPORT TODAY RUGBY UNION: Ospreys [...]
SPORT TODAY RUGBY UNION: Ospreys v London Irish - Sky Sports 1 1930. RUGBY LEAGUE: New Zealand Maori v England - Sky Sports 1 0515. FOOTBALL SKY SPORTS VICTORY SHIELD Wales U16 v England U16 ................... 1930 STL NORTHERN LEAGUE DIVISION...
Still Showing
WALL STREET: MONEY NEVER SLEEPS (12A) Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) is released from prison in 2008. He emerges into a world controlled by the financial community and teetering on the brink of ruin. Gordon finds new success with a best-selling book...
Students Help Shape Business of Education
STUDENTS from Newcastle and Northumbria universities have helped shape how enterprise education will be delivered nationwide. Lecturers and business mentors from Tyneside were also part of the team which helped Young Enterprise review its Start...
Support Group Aims to Keep Talent in the North
Byline: John Hill EVEN in a time of cuts and caution, redundancy often comes out of the blue for the people that experience it. Jonathan Whisker was the chief financial officer for Europe, the Middle East and India at Formica at the start of August,...
Sustainable Tourism Award
THE BATTLESTEADS THE Battlesteads Hotel and Restaurant is a small, independently-owned inn located in the village of Wark-on-Tyne in rural Northumberland. Originally built as a farmstead in 1747, this four-star inn and restaurant features a well-stocked...
Swedes Lead the Way in Portugal; Golf
ROBERT Karlsson and Johan Edfors led a strong Swedish challenge on the opening day of the Portugal Masters in Vilamoura. Both men carded eight-under-par rounds of 64 on the Oceanico Victoria course to lead alongside Dutchman Maarten Lafeber. Another...
Taste of North England Award
COLMANS OF SOUTH SHIELDS Ocean Road, South Shields, South Tyneside SOUTH Shields-based Colmans is a long-established town-centre fish and chip restaurant and takeaway. Owner Richard Ord is passionate about the quality of produce and attention to detail...
Tate Doesn't Get Stuck in the Bog
FISHING at Bog Hall Rocks, Tommy Tate of Sunderland pulled in small codling after small codling, eventually catching a dozen for a match-winning bag of 19lb 11oz 10 drams. He took first prize of pounds 500 in the Seaton Sluice Open, fished by 302...
Thinking 'Outside Box' Offers Solutions; CONSTRUCT ING EXCELLENCE
IN difficult economic times, it can often be the case that doing the same old things is not enough to get by. Indeed, I have previously stated that a little creative thinking might very well go a long way. Think tank Policy Exchange appears to...
Travellers Point Stationery Group in Right Direction
Byline: Iain Laing Stationery and books chain WH Smith has said its profits have risen by more than expected after a record performance at its travel-based stores. The group posted pre-tax profits of pounds 89m in the year to August 31, up 9%...
Tynedale Boss Urges Side to Keep Cool; REGIONAL RUGBY
TYNEDALE boss Tom Borthwick is urging his men to keep their cool ahead of tomorrow's National League One clash at home to Rosslyn Park, writes MATT LESLIE. A series of silly penalties saw the Corbridge side blow a commanding 30-10 lead away at London...
Valley Back on the Map; Bridge Repair Restores Route to Beauty Spot
Byline: Dave Black TRAFFIC is flowing freely again through one of Northumberland's most popular and scenic valleys following the completion of a trouble-plagued project to upgrade a 100-year-old bridge. Strengthening work on Peggy Bells Bridge,...
Veteran Sure of More Silver in Red Devils' Cabinet
RYAN Giggs insists he can see the twinkling of silverware in the Manchester United dressing room. The Red Devils have endured a difficult start to the season, failing to win away from Old Trafford in four attempts so far to fall five points adrift...
'White Knight' Is Needed to Save Housing Scheme
Byline: Paul Tully AN ELDERLY tenants' housing scheme facing closure may yet be saved - if another landlord is prepared to step in. Blackett Court in Wylam is under the axe as Anchor Housing Association moves out its last elderly tenants. S S...
Who's in and out of a Green Cabinet
Byline: DAVID BANKS WHEN you read this I will be in Vancouver, enjoying a family stopover en-route by train and car down the west coast of North America to Los Angeles. By the time your reluctant fingers have found this page "to see what that...
Widow's Praise for Loyal Officer
THE widow of a policeman who died when a bridge collapsed amid last year's Cumbria floods told an inquest into his death that "a more loyal officer you could not find". PC Bill Barker, 44, was nearing the end of his night shift when he responded...
WIN a Family Ticket to Hallow's Eve Extravaganza
CULTURE Club members have the chance to win a family pass to the Hallow's Eve Extravaganza at Bede's World. On Sunday, October 31, Bede's World in Jarrow, South Tyneside, is inviting the brave-hearted to venture through the twists and turns of the...
Work All Set to Start on Farm Biogas Energy Plant
Byline: Karen Dent WORK on a pounds 3m anaerobic digestion (AD) energy plant based on a farm in Cumbria is set to start before the end of the year and it is hoped the site could be up and running by next autumn. The Farmgen facility at Dryholme...
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