Strong winds caused disruption across the region on Friday - and forecasters are warning of more adverse conditions on Saturday
Explore our wide selection of delicious dishes from modern, continental cuisine through to traditional sunday roasts. We guarantee you won’t be disappointed.
If you have a preference for your named GP please let us know and we will make every effort to accommodate this request although you can see any doctor at the practice and not just you’re named GP.
Thank you for visiting our website. St. Alban's is an historic church in the beautiful village of Earsdon, about eight miles from Newcastle. We are looking forward to celebrating Harvest. Our Harvest Festival is on Sunday 2nd October at 10.00 a.m. All are welcome.
Monument to Hartley Pit Disaster in St Alban's churchyard
With over 40 dog friendly pubs in the North East there are plenty of places to stop off for a quick pint or two with your pooch
This week's community events written by you includes Gateshead, Durham, Felton, Whitley Bay, Ashington, Byker, Jesmond and Hexham
To get an aerial view of St. Alban's and the Eccles Hall please have a look at Paul Appleby's stunning film. To view it just click play
We are currently looking for new members to join our Patient Participation group. Your views and ideas could really make a difference and we are always keen to hear your ideas. If you would like to join is or for more information, please contact the surgery.
Villagers in Earsdon got to work on making scarecrows and say the event has worked wonders for community spirit
There is a disused coal mine works a short distance from the village, including the Fenwick Heap. After closure, the heap spontaneously combusted underground and was burning internally until work started to reclaim the land. The reclamation work started in 2009 and was completed in September 2010.
You are entitled to a free flu jab. We are holding walk in clinics on the following days:
On Sunday 13th November we will be keeping Remembrance Sunday with a special service at 10.00 a.m. We will gather at the village war memorial at 10.55 a.m. for the 2 minites silence at 11.00 a.m.
Combining traditional ale brands, multi-award winning chefs and unparalleled service, The Beehive’s Grade II-listed roots stretch back to the 18th Century.
Stay up to date with all the latest news and events at The Beehive, from music events and comedy nights through to news of guest ales and special offers.
Our team are dedicated to your continued good health and approach your care with professionalism, discretion and friendliness. You can count on a warm welcome from everyone involved here at the practice.
Earsdon is a historical village in the borough of North Tyneside in the county of Tyne and Wear, England. It sits on the border of Northumberland (to which it belonged in the past), and is approximately two miles from Whitley Bay. The village had a population of 613 in 2011.
The graveyard of St Alban's Anglican church is home to a memorial to the 204 men and boys killed in the Hartley Colliery Disaster of 1862, at the nearby village of New Hartley. There is also a war memorial in the village.
You've had a great summer now let's keep you fit and well through the winter season and reduce your risk of catching flu.
This week's community events written by you includes Tynemouth, Hexham, Ashington, North Shields, Newcastle, Craster, Durham, Shiremoor, Walbottle, Chopwell, West Rainton, Birtley, Benwell and Bedlington
We take a look at some of the cafes in and around Newcastle which are happy to welcome your thirsty pooch whilst you enjoy a cuppa
We've picked out some of our favourite places to snuggle away from the chilly weather outside with a pint - let us know if we missed yours
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Darren was appointed editor of the Chronicle in September 2011, following a six-year spell as editor of the Evening Gazette in Teesside.
Resident reviewer Eddy tries the carvery at Red Lion in Earsdon, Whitley Bay, and comes away more than satisfied
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Have you got the gardening itch now that the bank holiday weekend is here? Here's a handy guide and map to garden centres in the North East
Residents in the North Tyneside village have created the 2016 calendar to help raise funds to spruce up the unique war memorial
Surnames N - Z will be assigned to Dr R Keogh
By the end of June 2016 all patients (including Children) will be assigned a named, accountable GP. We will be informing patients of their named GP during the year by various methods or you can contact the practice if you wish to find out who your named GP is.
Objections have been raised against the draft North Tyneside Council Local Plan, which could allow for 3,000 houses to be built at Murton Gap
Dennis Hutchinson, 81, who worked at The Chronicle and the Sunday People, snapped the late boxing champ eating a stottie
Just days after Storm Gertrude hit the region, forecasters have said another storm could bring gusts of 80mph to the North on Monday
A second church, Earsdon Methodist Chapel, is located within a former quarry.
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Bill Kerridge, who ran the Cannon Inn, in Earsdon, as well as other pubs across Tyneside, has died at the age of 58