From guilty pleasures to seaside classics, here's a look at 16 foodstuffs almost everyone in South Shields has tried at some point: Or seafood sticks or whatever it is were supposed to call them now. Fishy, rubbery, and containing absolutely no crab (though they are designed to look like a little crabby). Theyre a guilty pleasure for many a Sanddancer. jpimedia Buy a Photo Whether it was a knickerbocker glory or a 99, almost everyone in South Shields has sampled the wares from South Shields legendary Minchella & Co. These days we also have Toney Minchella to add to the town's ice cream offer. jpimedia Buy a Photo Probably served to you by an older relative who bought it from the doorstep delivery service. Its a classic North East firm, whose tea comes shipped in to our own Port of Tyne. other Buy a Photo Every culture has its own bread. This is ours. The heavy, stodgy wonder stuff is far more than just a big bread bun, and is used … [Read more...] about 16 South Shields delicacies everyone in the town should have tried at least once
A shop that has been part of Warwick’s town centre for decades will be closing down next month. Nicky Ruddle, who runs Warwick Wools in Market Place, has been forced to make the difficult decision to close down her shop The wool shop has been in the town for decades and Nicky has run the store for 14 years.She said that a number of factors have led to her making the difficult decision to shut up shop.“This has been a really difficult decision to make and one that I have been considering for a while – it was not a hasty decision,” said Nicky.“It’s been a long and painful decision because no one wants to admit defeat.“Many factors have contributed to the decision.“As you will already be fully aware high street businesses continue to struggle and we are deeply sad that we are yet another victim of this struggle.“Footfall in Warwick has dramatically reduced over a period of time for a number of reasons.“We’ve seen – … [Read more...] about Warwick store set to close after decades in the town
By Marcy de Luna Updated 4:19 pm CST, Sunday, February 10, 2019 Houston-born rapper Travis Scott and his girlfriend Kylie Jenner painted the town red on Saturday as they attended "Clive Davis' Pre-Grammy Awards Gala and Grammy Salute Industry Icons Honoring Clarence Avant" event at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. >>> Click through the photos above to see Jenner and Scott, plus all the celebs at the Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala. less Houston-born rapper Travis Scott and his girlfriend Kylie Jenner painted the town red on Saturday as they attended "Clive Davis' Pre-Grammy Awards Gala and Grammy Salute Industry Icons Honoring Clarence Avant" ... more Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images For The Recording A Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images For The Recording A Image 1 of / 79 Caption … [Read more...] about Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott paint the town red at Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammy Gala
PUBLISHED: 09:33 06 February 2019 Mark Boggis Lowestoft High Street. Views are being sought as part of a new town centre survey. Picture: Nick Butcher Archant © 2018 People in Lowestoft are being asked to give their views on the town centre, as a new survey is launched. Questions such as ‘what word would you use to sum up the town centre?’ form part of the Lowestoft town centre users’ survey, which is now available online.Lowestoft town centre. Views are being sought as part of a new town centre survey. PHOTO: Nick ButcherThe survey seeks the views of the public on Lowestoft town centre, including the historic High Street and Kirkley, as the People & Places Partnership work with Waveney District Council, Lowestoft Vision and the Kirkley Business Association “to try to understand and plan for the continued upkeep of the town centre areas.”Lowestoft High Street features as part of a new town centre survey. Picture: … [Read more...] about How would you improve the town centre? Views sought with new survey
Video PUBLISHED: 16:52 04 February 2019 | UPDATED: 16:57 04 February 2019 Sophie Barnett Lady Lane viewed from Westgate Street in April 1966. The lane saw many of its buildings demolished during the 60s redevelopment. The building on the left was the Feathers public house which closed in 1966. Picture: ALAN VALENTINE Dave Kindred Ipswich has transformed over the years with some streets now almost unrecognisable. Here we take a trip down memory lane with this video capturing a drive around the town in the 1960s. The video is courtesy of Russell Frost, who grew up in Norwich Road and was a keen member of the Ipswich Photographic society. During his life he was an electrician for Bull Motors on Foxhall Road, a depot manager for English Electric in Thetford and a lecturer at Suffolk College from 1970 to 1995. He was also a member of the Ipswich Motorcycle and Car Club and Ipswich and District Electrical Association before he passed away a couple of … [Read more...] about Do you recognise Ipswich from this drive around the town in the 60s?