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Leisure Business News - One of Blyth s major historical assets has been given blue plaque status by its Town Council. Blyth Battery is a World War One coastal artillery battery that was built in 1916 and served in both the First World War and World War 2. It is now run by volunteers as a museum and contains several features associated with a defended port battery including replica 6-inch guns, observation posts and a searchlight building. The site also contains a 1940 s family room highlighting the fashion and furniture of a typical wartime home.

Historic Site Gains Blue Plaque Honour

Leisure Business News - The process of planning out your dream wedding day is an exciting and exhilarating time that many eagerly look forward to doing their whole life. With this said, it can also be quite a stressful time too, with so many different attributes to your wedding needing to be organised and thought of.

The Countdown Begins The Ultimate Wedding Planning Checklist

Leisure Business News - A generous donation of 10,000 from an anonymous Fairy Godmother has ensured that the people of Amble and beyond will get a Pantomime this Christmas.

Panto Saved Thanks To Fairy Godmother

Leisure Business News - Camping and caravanning is one of the most popular staycations in the UK. In fact, over 9 million trips were made to popular sites across the four nations in 2019, with that figure hopefully getting back to normal once restrictions are eased.

An Essential Guide to Wild Camping

Leisure Business News - At this point, you d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn t have a ticket from a cancelled event in 2020 that they re holding on to for a rescheduled date. As some of the world s biggest gatherings, music festivals had an impossible time of it last year, and some of them are struggling into this year.

Cancelled American Music Festivals and the Impact on Food and Drink Vendors

Leisure Business News - A Newcastle music promoter forced to take a hiatus during lockdown is bouncing back by bringing an award-winning blues artist to the region. But the return of her beloved blues music is bitter sweet to Linda Valentine-Short who sadly lost her husband John to cancer just before lockdown.

Linda Banishes The Blues With Kyla

Leisure Business News - With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing us into multiple lockdowns, hiking became the go-to hobby for many of us throughout 2020. Although walking isn t everyone s preferred choice of activity, the last year left us no other option but to make some compromises with how we spend our time.

A Hiking Guide England's Most Popular Beach Walk Locations

Leisure Business News - There is no doubt that planning a wedding is stressful. Picking out the perfect venue, d cor, guest list, the dress and that s before even considering the food you will provide guests for the evening.

Wedding Anxieties Coping With Concerns Over Your Big Day

Leisure Business News - Many UK adults rely on social media for a variety of reasons, but the audience of these platforms has shifted in recent years. More youngsters are engaging with some form of social app these days.

The Impact of Social Media On Children

Leisure Business News - Bannatyne Health Clubs across England, Scotland and Wales are celebrating the return of indoor group exercise classes, alongside the reopening of sauna and steam rooms when lockdown restrictions ease further on May 17th.

Bannatyne health clubs welcome back group classes

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