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The Golden Guide spreads a little happiness this year!

Jan 19, 2016    //   News

The popular, free, Golden Guide for over 50s is going out across Northumberland once again. As ever it’s packed with local information on Leisure, Health, Money, Care and Your Home.  Brand new listings include activities from amateur radio to orienteering and allotments to orchestras, as well as updates on money, health and social care.
An exciting … Read More »

Golden Guide goes digital!

Sep 22, 2015    //   News

www.goldenguide.org.uk    (click to visit)
The popular Golden Guide Northumberland has launched its own website.
The free guide to daily living for over 50s is well known throughout the county. Published annually in January it is the ‘go to’ guide for local information on Health, Care, Money and Leisure topics.
Now the Golden Guide is expanding … Read More »

Celebrating 10 years with Ian Lavery MP and Age UK Northumberland

Aug 20, 2015    //   News

With the popular Golden Guide in its 10th edition this year Age UK Northumberland hosted a celebration event at the Roundhouse on Friday 6 March.
Since the first issue demand for the Golden Guide has never slowed over the years, with its  mix of local information, advice and  contacts on leisure, health, care and money topics … Read More »

The Golden Guide is 10 years old!

Jan 22, 2015    //   News

The Golden Guide is celebrating its 10th anniversary! The first Northumberland edition was launched in 2006 in every corner of the county by our four MPs and since then has gone on to become hugely popular.
Chunky, handy, very readable and FREE the guide is packed with local information on Leisure, Health, Money, Care and Your … Read More »

Help for disabled people in Northumberland, Newcastle and North Tyneside

Sep 8, 2014    //   News, Uncategorized

LIVINGeasy a free, annual handbook for people with long term health conditions has been published again and this year covers not just Northumberland but Newcastle and North Tyneside as well.
LIVINGeasy is for people with disabilities, long term physical or mental health conditions and their families, friends and carers. It’s full of local details of leisure … Read More »

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