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On Tuesday 14th November, there will be an opportunity to come and find out more about the plans to improve streets in Heaton and Ouseburn. This is your chance to speak to officers from the Council about the plans and share your views on what the changes might mean for you.
Whether you live, work or have connections to Heaton, come and drop in to St Gabriel’s Church Hall on Heaton Road anytime between 2pm and 7.30pm. You don’t need to register to attend and we encourage everyone of all ages, young and old, to come along and join in the discussion.
If you can’t make it, you can still, of course, share your views on the plans using Commonplace.
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Over a hundred children and their families, gathered at the Civic Centre on Saturday 1st July to ride together down the John Dobson Street cycle track …. the sun was shining and spirits were high. Chi Onwurah, the MP for Newcastle Central, and several Councillors from the Streets for People areas joined in – nothing to do with free cake at The Journey Cafe of course!
Here are some photos from the day…