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  2. Northern Pride has been growing in strength since it began 10 years ago. Northumberland County Council is proud to be part of the movement, helping to break down barriers and creating a more open dialogue with members of the LGBT community. Northern Pride took place on Newcastle Town Moor from 21st to 23rd July and Northumberland County Council was there to show support for the LGBT community. Along with flying the rainbow flag at County Hall, members of the County Council took part in the Pride parade and also held a joint stall during the weekend’s event along with colleagues from Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. Northumberland County Council is committed to building relationships with the LGBT community. Working in partnership with local and national groups, a ‘toolkit’ has been developed to help the growing number of schools who are supporting young people who question their assigned gender identity. Northumberland County Councillor Veronica Jones, cabinet member for Adult Wellbeing and Health, said: “Northumberland County Council is a keen supporter of Northern Pride and undertakes a range of activities to support and work with the LGBT community. Through Northern Pride we can engage directly with members of the LGBT community and showcase our services. “Our work to increase engagement and support for the LGBT community builds upon our involvement with Northern Pride and includes: our work with schools, creating a safe working environment and supporting our LGBT staff, engaging with young people and the wider LGBT community. We also aim to increase the diversity of our workforce by providing information on our apprenticeship opportunities, jobs and careers at our Pride stall”
  3. Report is good news for service

    A residential service for 26 people with physical disabilities in Cramlington has been praised by the Care Quality Commission.
  4. Last week
  5. A care home worker has appeared in court accused of assaulting an elderly resident. Michelle Mitchell is alleged to have committed the offence against the 80-year-old while working at Northlea Court Care Home, in Cramlington. The 53-year-old was in the dock to plead not guilty to one count of care worker ill-treat/wilfully neglect an individual at a hearing on Thursday. She spoke only to confirm her name, date of birth and address and to deny the charge. Sue Baker, prosecuting at South East Northumberland Magistrates’ Court, said the alleged offence happened on an elderly resident at the care home on March 13 this year. She said: “There’s no guidelines here but the alleged offence is akin to a section 39 assault. I would say it’s suitable for this court’s jurisdiction.”
  6. Company smashes target a year early

    A Cramlington-born designer is celebrating after his company smashed its targets within the first 12 months.
  7. An ambitious programme of extra verge cutting has ensured that Northumberland is looking its best ahead of the main tourist season. The county council drafted in extra resources ahead of the summer season, increasing the number of tractors with specialist cutting equipment and aiming to carry out additional grass cutting along highway verges across the county. Progress has been swift, with 96% of all scheduled cuts completed, with the remaining scheduled verge cutting done before the end of July. This is a significant improvement on last year’s performance. At the same time in July 2016 only 16% of scheduled cuts had been done and it was October before all the cuts had been completed. The work is vital to ensure that vegetation does not restrict visibility for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians. In addition to the road safety benefits, these works also improve the look of an area and keeps the network in better condition by preventing plants taking hold on the side of roads. The improvement will now also allow the teams time to return and undertake a second cut at key junctions, leading to further improvements in road safety. There are a small number of verges that have been left intentionally uncut at the request of ecology groups to maintain flower-rich habitats in specific areas of interest and these will be cut later in the season. Councillor Glen Sanderson, Cabinet Member for Environment and Local Services, said: “I’m delighted at the progress we’ve made so far, which improves road safety and has the added benefit of helping make the county look really neat, tidy and well maintained. “One of our priorities is to improve the condition of the road network and invest in improvements that benefit everyone. This is a great example of where the council has identified a quick win that will bring longer term benefits. “We’ve taken immediate steps to focus on verge cutting and extra weeding to ensure Northumberland is looking its best ahead of the main tourist season. “I am very grateful to all staff for their great and much appreciated efforts in getting this work done so quickly and efficiently.”
  8. With the school summer holidays fast approaching, parents are under pressure to draw up their own timetable of activities with enough included to keep children occupied for six weeks. And working mams and dads who are unable to share such a lengthy break are facing the hard task of pre-arranging activities to tempt their kids without the need to forcibly remove them from their mobile phones. But for children who enjoy being active, one of the sports and activity camps available around the North East could prove the solution. These also provide an ideal way of making new friends while keeping fit and active. Here we have picked out 10 camps that offer a range of activities for children of all ages and abilities, so take a look to see if there might be something your child would enjoy. And, if you're keen to enrol him or her, then the advice is to act quickly as booking is underway and places tend to fill up fast.
  9. For further information about the events taking place throughout the PRIDE weekend, please visit here
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    Get ready for another amazing festival at The Old Heliport site at Blyth Riverside Ind Estate. DOORS 12 noon Main Stage: Kasabian 10pm Stereophonics 8.30pm ACDC 7pm Guns N Roses 5.30pm The Hives 4.15pm Sleaze Sisters 2.45pm Bad Manners/Madness 1.30pm Second Stage: Bob Marley 10.30pm Blonde 9.30pm Johnny Cash 8pm Ocean Colour Scene 6.30pm Cold Night For Crocodiles 5pm We Steal Flyers 3.45pm Acoustic Weller 2.15pm The Cheerful Insanity of The Shaw:Clark Project 1pm The last one we had blew everyone away in June and sold out very quickly. So far we have the world's best tribute acts to Kasabian, Stereophonics, ACDC, Guns N Roses, The Hives, Blonde, Ocean Colour Scene, Paul Weller, Madness Jonny Cash plus great local acts including Sleeze Sisters, Cold Night For Crocodiles and We Steal Flyers. Doors open 12 noon until 12 midnight. We will have busses to Blyth town center at 11.30pm and 12 midnight. Please note over 18s only and no glass or own alcohol to be brought on site. Here is the ticket link but be quick! http://www.seetickets.com/event/hangar-festival-5th-aug-blyth/cars4unortheast/1122338
  11. Brave Melanie Hartshorn has returned home “a new person” after the operation that saved her life. When she flew out to Spain three months ago, the 27-year-old had spent more than two years of her life lying down, unable to even lift her own head. Melanie suffers from a severe form of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) which causes all her joints to dislocate - especially those in her spine and neck. Her condition deteriorated to the point where one wrong movement could have caused her skull to fully dislocate, which she described as “a death sentence”. But after travelling to Barcelona for a pioneering operation to fuse her skull and neck together, Melanie has arrived back home to a new life. The Cramlington graduate is now able to sit up in a wheelchair for an hour at a time.
  12. The impending purchase of North East low-carbon vehicle company Sevcon by a $9bn US automotive giant testifies to the growing global momentum behind electric vehicles, as Peter McCusker reports. Earlier this month carmaker Volvo said all new models would be partially or completely battery-powered from 2019, and the French said they will outlaw sales of all petrol and diesel cars by 2040. Last week analysis from Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicted that by this date 54% of all new vehicles sold - and 33% of the total global fleet - would be all electric. The magnitude of this proposed generational global shift is evidenced with just 100,000 of the UK’s 26m car fleet currently electric. Although this is starting to rise; in the first six months of 2017 new electric registrations totalled more than 22,000 - 15% ahead of last year. The leading brand in the UK market is the Nissan Leaf, which accounts for over half of all new UK electric vehicles (EVs), with cars and batteries being made in Sunderland. Gareth Dunsmore, EV Director for Nissan Europe said it welcomed recent developments. He said: “By 2020, where the market conditions are right, I’m confident we’ll be selling up to 20 percent of our volume as zero emissions vehicles and this will only grow.”
  13. A record breaking 1,797 UK parks and green spaces have this year won a prestigious Green Flag Award including 45 in the North East . This international award, now into its third decade claims that those parks which win “boast the highest possible environmental standards, are beautifully maintained and have excellent visitor facilities” - in other words they’re a great place for a day out. Here we list a selection of the region’s top parks and public spaces you might want to check out for yourself. Jesmond Dene is a beautiful wooded valley and for families there is the ever popular Pets’ Corner and there are many historical features in the park. Walker Park dates back to 1891 and was designed to provide a pleasant green space for the local people living in a large industrial area. Saltwell Park, known as The People’s Park, opened to the public in 1876 and still attracts around two million. Between 2000 and 2005, a £9.7 million grant resulted in the park being renovated and the results were hugely impressive.
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  15. Northumberland has some of the best parks in Britain – and that’s official. Parks in Bedlington, Berwick, Blyth, Cramlington, Hexham and Morpeth together with the country parks at Plessey Woods near Bedlington and Bolam Lake near Belsay, have all been awarded prestigious Green Flag Awards by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy. Northumberland’s winning green spaces are Ridley Park, Doctor Pit Park, Alexandra Park, Hexham Parks, Carlisle Park, Castle Vale and Coronation Parks, Plessey Woods Country Park and Bolam Lake Country Park, all part of a great tally of award-winning parks and green spaces in 2017. The award, now into its third decade, recognises and rewards the best parks and green spaces across the country. A green flag flying overhead is a sign to the public that the space boasts the highest possible standards, is beautifully maintained and has excellent facilities. Councillor Glen Sanderson, cabinet member for local services at Northumberland County Council said: “We are absolutely delighted that so many of our parks have achieved Green Flag Awards from Keep Britain Tidy. “They highlight and recognise that residents and visitors are benefitting from green spaces of the very highest quality. “We are extremely grateful for the support and commitment of local people, parks users, friends groups, town and parish councils, volunteers and our own staff, who help to keep parks vibrant and extremely well-used. Everyone involved can be very proud.” International Green Flag Award scheme manager Paul Todd said: “We are delighted to be celebrating another record-breaking year for the Green Flag Award scheme. “Each flag is a celebration of the thousands of staff and volunteers who work tirelessly to maintain the high standards demanded by the Green Flag Award. The success of the scheme, especially in these challenging times, demonstrates just how much parks matter to people.” Entries for the Green Flag Award are open to parks and green spaces located in the UK. Applications are judged against a set of eight key criteria including conservation and heritage, community involvement and sustainability. More about the Northumberland Green Flag parks: Alexandra Park, Cramlington: Alexandra Park is located in the town of Cramlington in South East Northumberland. The Park was developed in the 1970s to provide recreational opportunities for the expanding population of the new town. The layout is modern with large areas of amenity open space housing football pitches, a bowling green, pavilion, play areas, multi use games area and a skate park. The park also affords informal recreational opportunities as the park has excellent off road links with surrounding areas through a network of footpaths and cycleways. The judges described the Park as a facility used by a wide range of the local community and is a credit to all involved. They were particularly impressed by the wildflower planting schemes which were implemented by Cramlington Town Council working in partnership with the Neighbourhood Services team of Northumberland County Council Bolam Lake Country Park, near Belsay Bolam Lake is situated 9 miles west of Morpeth and 2.5 miles north of Belsay located just off the A696 The park has around 100 acres of woodland, amenity grassland and 25 acres is the lake itself which affords stunning views as you walk around. The wildlife is abundant and home to red squirrels, deer, mute swans and many woodland birds including the nuthatch There are lovely walks for all the family and many generations have visited with the ever popular activity of feeding the ducks and swans. Last year saw the 200th year since the lake was started by John Dobson and many activities took place to celebrate including a full programme of free events for families and talks for all. The park is supported by an active Friends of Bolam Lake group who were thrilled to hear yet again the park had achieved this award Carlisle Park, Morpeth: Carlisle Park is a multi-award winning park in the heart of Morpeth. Situated on the south bank of the River Wansbeck, it contains The William Turner Garden, formal gardens, an aviary, play areas, a paddling pool, ancient woodland, picnic areas, toilets, tennis courts, bowling greens, a skate park, and much more. A paddling pool and play area are run by Morpeth Town Council and are immensely popular, providing an excellent play space for children of all ages. Visitors can also enjoy peaceful woodland walks, a promenade along the river, or find a vibrant array of colour and a peaceful oasis in the formal gardens and the William Turner Garden. Doctor Pit Park, Bedlington: Doctor Pit Park is situated in the heart of Bedlington. Families are catered for with high quality play facilities, a multi-use games area and a small skate park. There is a well maintained bowling green and bowls club which is based in the pavilion building. The pavilion offers a community room, full kitchen and toilet facilities and is available for hire by groups or individuals. The Green Flag award recognizes the development of the park as both a hub of community activity and a safe, clean and green area for the residents of Bedlington. The pavilion is home to Doctor Pit Bowls Club, and Bedlington Art Group they all work closely with officers and staff of Neighbourhood Services to raise funds to improve the park, and to provide activities and events for the local community. Hexham Parks: Hexham Parks are the vibrant centre of the town and the hub of many of the public events, as well as being a beautiful attraction in their own right. They are well used and loved by locals and tourists and have been awarded the Green Flag for more than 10 years running. Scenically set next to the Abbey, the herbaceous borders and bowling green area of Hexham House grounds with the sensory garden and the glade are peaceful places to relax. The Sele has spectacular views across the Tyne Valley as well as the popular skate park and children’s play area; and the bandstand of the Abbey Grounds with the Edwardian gated entrances offers a great venue for picnics or putting. The community groups that use the site and local partnerships who have worked with us on this year’s application are thrilled to once again be part of the Green Flag community. Castle Vale and Coronation Parks, Berwick-upon-Tweed: These beautiful parks sit on either side of the train station in Berwick upon Tweed and have recently been revitalised by £1million Parks for People funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery. Castle Vale Park contains a lily pond, picturesque shelters, rock gardens and spectacular views of the Royal Border bridge as it crosses the River Tweed. Coronation Park, to the north of the train station, is England’s most northerly park and is a pocket sized delight containing stunning herbaceous borders, a wildflower meadow, a contemporary pergola and a traditional shelter which provide places to rest and enjoy the timeless view of the River Tweed. The parks, known collectively as Castle Parks, have regular events and are supported by the dedicated work of many volunteers and the Friends of Castle Parks. Plessey Woods Country Park, Hartford Bridge, Bedlington: Plessey Woods Country Park is located near Hartford Bridge, off the A192, mid-way between Bedlington and Cramlington and about 5 miles south of Morpeth. The Park offers 100 acres of woodland, meadow and riverside to explore. The woodland is home to many birds such as the great spotted woodpecker, nuthatch and tree creeper, as well as animals including red squirrel, roe deer and fox. The banks of the River Blyth are also an important habitat for wildlife, such as kingfishers, dippers and otters. People have come to Plessey Woods for generations to enjoy the woods and the river. Known locally as Bluebell Woods, the country park is an ideal place for a family day out with great opportunities for getting close to nature. Ridley Park, Blyth: Ridley Park provides a variety of recreational opportunities for the local community and visitors. It is popular throughout the year as a destination for all age groups. The Park has well established formal gardens, wooded areas and secluded areas which prove popular with families and walkers who want to enjoy time out in the fresh air. It offers a range of sporting activities including tennis courts and bowls as well as children’s play opportunities with specially designed junior and toddler areas at the southern end of the site. One of the unique features of the park is a water play area installed in 2005 which has proved a great attraction for both the local population and those travelling from other parts of the North East to visit. The water play area is open most days during the summer and is free to use (as are the majority of the activities offered in the park). For those looking for refreshment while visiting the park there is a café offering food and drink throughout the year and during the summer an ice cream van is on site most days. A further summer attraction in the park are the small fairground rides which operate most days (a small charge is payable for these). There are regular organised events during the year led by the Friends of Ridley Park and other community groups which are publicised locally and in press where entry is free.
  16. A schoolgirl caught up in the Manchester Arena terror attack has paid a touching tribute to the 22 victims, almost two months on from the atrocity. Chloe Turner, 14, was at the Ariana Grande gig with step-sister Bethany Wakenshaw, 17, when Salman Abedi detonated a home-made explosive device in the foyer of the arena. Recalling the terrifying scenes of May 22 for the first time, Chloe said: “It was right at the end of the concert. We were watching videos on our phones when there was a massive bang. “Everyone was screaming, we didn’t know where it came from and everyone started running. “It was a nightmare and I was trying to ring my mam but it was so difficult to get out.” Chloe’s parents, Sheila and Trevor, were outside the venue when the bomb exploded.
  17. A Cramlington-based charity that supports children who have been, or are in the process of being, diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder has received a funding and equipment boost. Autism Northumberland was the 2016/17 charity of the year for Sainsbury’s Cramlington and staff from the store recently went along to the charity’s premises to hand over a cheque for £11,610.44. A week later, the team received a donation of electrical equipment – a laptop, printer, camera and music system to the value of £750 – from the Cramlington neighbourhood policing team. This equipment will be primarily used in the Stars group to enhance the experience of these children in a variety of ways, such as developing life skills and social skills and aiding interaction with their peers.
  18. A Cramlington woman is going on another amazing adventure in aid of the Marie Curie Hospice in Newcastle. After her father, John McGregor, was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer, Pat Heard decided to sign up for a big challenge to raise funds and she did a trek in the Canadian Rockies in September 2015. Mr McGregor died that same year. This trip gave her a taste for more and in March this year, she spent a week in the USA, mostly in the area of the Grand Canyon, in Arizona. In addition, she will be part of a Marie Curie Hospice group that will do a six-day trek in Costa Rica in January 2018. This will involve trekking through rainforest and up volcanoes via suspension bridges and getting up close to some of the Central American country’s unique flora and fauna.
  19. Investment gears firm for growth

    A Cramlington-based automotive cleantech firm has invested more than £1million in the expansion of its manufacturing capabilities at its headquarters. A market leader in the design and manufacture of electrified powertrain systems for the electric and hybrid vehicle industry, AVID Technology Ltd has now added a state-of-the-art electronics surface mount (SMT) manufacturing facility and new test equipment. This is set to increase production of automotive electronics and powertrain technology and enable the company to diversify into the robotics and power generation industries. The new SMT line is designed to meet the rigorous quality demands of the company’s customers. The facility incorporates a dedicated clean room with full electrostatic discharge protection.
  20. A pharmaceutical developer and manufacturer has bid a fond farewell to an employee who has dedicated six decades to the company and community. A special presentation lunch was held at Sterling Pharma Solution’s facility in Cramlington in honour of Jack Nevins. Jack retired at the end of last month, bringing to an end 60 years of service to both the company and the local community. For the past 20 years, Jack has worked as a community relations officer, liaising with local families to identify how donations from the organisation can be of best benefit. At the lunch, he was joined by this year’s nominated charities, families, and children who will receive individual donations from the company’s fundraising efforts.
  21. A Cramlington firm is gearing up for further expansion with a number of key appointments. Transport management technology specialists Mandata (Management & Data Services) Ltd has taken on new employees. Dawn Matthews joins as implementation consultant, John Liddell as an EDI developer, Toni-Jane Ternent will provide specialist IT support, Stacey Thompson is a new business development executive, and Liam McGuire has landed a role as an apprentice engineer at their Leeds office. Elsewhere Chris Wall has been promoted to client services director, Kevin Marshall steps-up to development director, and Teresa Davidson becomes an account manager. Mandata, which currently employs 60 people, is forecasting a 13 per cent increase in revenue this year as turnover heads towards £7million.
  22. A residential nursing home turned back to clock to an era of tea dances and swing dancing for a stylish vintage Summer Fete. The nostalgic afternoon at the Astor Court Care Complex in East Cramlington was held in joint celebration of The Eden Project’s The Big Lunch and The Great Get Together. The afternoon party featured singers The Vintage Belles who performed classic hits from the 1940s, 50s and 60s. Staff dressed in vintage clothing as the home served tea and cakes from vintage china tea sets and cake stands. The coffee shop was converted into a pop up café serving a selection of goodies including a homemade desserts and retro pick ‘n’ mix.
  23. Everyone loves a good bargain and while many of the high street stores have summer sales on at the moment, there is one sale that is destined to get shoppers excited - the Next sale. When it comes to sales, the Next clearance always gets shoppers flocking to their nearest store in the early hours of the morning to grab the latest bargains. So if you’re looking for some last minute holiday items, or an outfit for a special occasion head down to your local Next on Saturday as it starts its summer sale. The retailer will be knocking down its prices once again and all items will be half price or less for all you bargain hunters - so if you don’t fancy a lie in at the weekend here’s everything you need to know about the sale. Be sure to set your alarms and read our tips here on surviving the Next sale. Eldon Square
  24. Everyone loves a good bargain and while many of the high street stores have summer sales on at the moment, there is one sale that is destined to get shoppers excited - the Next sale. When it comes to sales, the Next clearance always gets shoppers flocking to their nearest store in the early hours of the morning to grab the latest bargains. So if you’re looking for some last minute holiday items, or an outfit for a special occasion head down to your local Next on Saturday as it starts its summer sale. The retailer will be knocking down its prices once again and all items will be half price or less for all you bargain hunters - so if you don’t fancy a lie in at the weekend here’s everything you need to know about the sale. Eldon Square Open 5am - 7pm
  25. Northumberland construction company Howard Russell is on track to chalk up turnover of £25m by 2018 following a series of major new contracts wins. The Cramlington firm has recently started on site with over £19m worth of new build projects across the country on behalf of four newly established clients – projects which could prompt the creation of new jobs. Howard Russell has recently expanded its team to a total of 33 staff following the addition of three project managers and four site engineers and the firm, which also supports a wide network of subcontractors, says new jobs in the pipeline will include a design manager and an estimator. Contracts director Barry Wilkinson said: “The expansion of our team is a direct result of the wide range of schemes which we are currently involved in. We have a considerable pool of talent within the firm including project managers, estimators, quantity surveyors, site managers and engineers so we are well placed to respond to the opportunities ahead.” Current contracts include a £5.5m new build project in Haddenham, Buckinghamshire, for lifting equipment specialist, GGR Group. At Cambridge Research Park, the firm is developing nine speculative industrial units for property investment management firm, Rockspring. Closer to home in Teesside, Howard Russell is developing a new £5.5m industrial property for international engineering and heavy lifting specialists, Mammoet, on behalf of UK Land Estates.
  26. More than 1,000 children have given rugby a try. Cramlington Rockets hosted the biggest rugby league festival in Northumberland to date. Children from Year 1 to Year 6 travelled from schools across Northumberland and North Tyneside to take part at the event at Burnside Primary School. Over the course of the day, the matches were refereed by 30 Sporting Leaders, Year 10 students from Cramlington Learning Village. Rockets community manager, Steven Beaty said: “To have 1,000 children for any event, never mind for what is meant to be a minority sport, is amazing.
  27. Major anniversary for club

    A Cramlington-based running and cycling club is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. During the mid 1980s, a small group of squash players, who went along to the Concordia sports and leisure centre, were looking for something different to do outside of the traditional squash season and they signed up for the Great North Cycle Race as well as a number of the fun runs that were popping up across the region. From these beginnings, the Concordia Runners and Peddlers was formed. Ian Mowbray became the main driving force and was instrumental in the group’s affiliation to the North of England Athletic Association. As well as members taking part in major events, such as the Great North Run and Blaydon Race, and the range of keenly-contested competitions within the club, it provided many family days out across the region. Although running was the main activity, even as far back as 1989, an annual cycle ride became firmly embedded in the itinerary.
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    Come and join us this summer for tons of super colourful ‘Trolltastic’ ARTventurers fun!! Inspired by Poppy, Branch and pals we will be painting, creating, singing and dancing like Lady Glittersparkle herself! Suitable for ages 6 months – 7 years. £6.50 per child. Spaces expected to go quickly for this one, so grab your big wigs, colourful clothes and get ready for hugtime ARTventurers style! See you all soon! Collette x
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    • Northern Pride has been growing in strength since it began 10 years ago. Northumberland County Council is proud to be part of the movement, helping to break down barriers and creating a more open dialogue with members of the LGBT community.    Northern Pride took place on Newcastle Town Moor from 21st to 23rd July and Northumberland County Council was there to show support for the LGBT community. Along with flying the rainbow flag at County Hall, members of the County Council took part in the Pride parade and also held a joint stall during the weekend’s event along with colleagues from Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.    Northumberland County Council is committed to building relationships with the LGBT community. Working in partnership with local and national groups, a ‘toolkit’ has been developed to help the growing number of schools who are supporting young people who question their assigned gender identity.    Northumberland County Councillor Veronica Jones, cabinet member for Adult Wellbeing and Health, said: “Northumberland County Council is a keen supporter of Northern Pride and undertakes a range of activities to support and work with the LGBT community. Through Northern Pride we can engage directly with members of the LGBT community and showcase our services.    “Our work to increase engagement and support for the LGBT community builds upon our involvement with Northern Pride and includes: our work with schools, creating a safe working environment and supporting our LGBT staff, engaging with young people and the wider LGBT community. We also aim to increase the diversity of our workforce by providing information on our apprenticeship opportunities,  jobs and careers  at our Pride stall”

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