A fresh food concession stall, set to be run by Gardner Street based falafel cafe FilFil, has been made out of wood and metal reclaimed from the West Pier.Taking refuge from the drilling and sawing in a nearby cafe, Amy took time to explain some of the principles behind hiSbe, which will be on display around the store.have to play the education very carefully, says Amy. A balance between not giving too much information, but enough to make people think.aren a health food or wholefood shop we sell all the products that people need every day. It is about telling people how we source our products and the standards we hold ourselves to.
Commonly known as “happy pills”, antidepressants offer relief and respite to many people, but it isn’t uncommon for people to fear taking them because of past experience, or what they have heard about them. These act on the chemical serotonin in the brain, which is thought to be imbalanced when we are depressed. Most antidepressants are effective for a large majority of people but it is difficult to advise anyone which is the best to take.
Those are Pacific water regulations. Just don set any traps or snares, but you might want to check to see if they are safe to eat. It one thing to leave a desalinization system running 24×7 and maintain it, but it a whole different story if you need something that can be shut down and restarted several months later.
When and where are the Christmas Markets in Newcastle and the North East this year?From Corbridge Market Place to Durham’s Palace Green, many places are hosting Christmas Markets this festive season. Here’s a roundup of ones to go toSimon Duke17:32, 30 NOV 2017Updated17:36, 30 NOV 2017What’s OnGet what’s on updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailSo whether you want to accept it or not, you’ve got to admit it’s starting to look a lot like Christmas out there now.The return of Fenwick’s Window and Greggs’ Festive Bake is proving as popular as ever; Newcastle has already played its part in the bumper schedule of light switch ons and there are now the pantos to look forward to.Another tradition for many people over the festive season is to spend some of their hard earned cash at a Christmas market, whether it be on a gift for their nearest and dearest or to satisfy their own taste buds with a Yuletide treat.If that sounds right up your street, then check out our guide to some of those you can look forward to in the North East over the coming month or so. Others such as the Gateshead Christmas Village one at Gateshead Stadium have just taken place so the seasonal ball is well and truly rolling now and we’ll be adding more to the list so keep an eye out.(Image: Leeds City Council)German Village at Hadrian’s Tipi, Pilgrim Street, until January 7 As well as the Tipi being back for another year, there is a full village of food, drink and gifts to enjoy at the pop up bar’s new home on the site of the old Odeon in Newcastle.What food and drink can you get at Hadrian’s Tipi and what are the prices like?Traders include Fat Hippo, The Bake One, Hatch 7 and R Place with burgers, wraps, chicken, crepes, coffees, German sausages and cakes among the tasty treats up for grabs.Entry is free.Read MoreChristmas in and around Newcastle 2017Corbridge Christmas Market, December 4 From late afternoon on Monday until into the evening, the town will come alive in a festive celebration.The Market Place will host market stalls, and there will be carol singing and street food, while neighbouring streets will see shops open from 6pm 9pm.The free car park on the south side of the bridge will be open as usual for the evening; and Tynedale Rugby Club is providing a free park and ride service from Tynedale Park.