Cleaswell Hill School in Guide Post, Northumberland has thrown open its doors for its first ever Family Fun Day!The event was also an opportunity for guests to have an exclusive preview of the school’s new hydrotherapy pool ahead of its official launch on 3 October 2019.
After some successful involvement in the Annual Dinner last year Koast Directors and Presenters Ian Conway and Garry Scurfield were asked if they could assist with the hosting of the Age UK Northumberland's Annual Dinner held at the Holiday Inn at Seaton Burn
Friday night was Charity night at the Block & Tackle on 27th September. £5 for a ticket included live music from The Bear Wire Band, fun with “jump the pump”, raffle and a tombola. Koast was along for the ride, and a great night was had by all, for a very worthwhile cause.
Morpeth RFC has been established since 1947 as old Edwardians but in 1950 the club was renamed Morpeth old edwardians as there was already a club in Birmingham. We came to the name Morpeth rugby club in 1970 and has stuck ever since.