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Carbon Trust Launches Green Business Fund

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The Carbon Trust has launched a new fund providing capital for smaller businesses (fewer than 250 employees) to replace old, energy inefficient equipment. The £7m fund has been made available to SMEs on a first come-first served basis, and will offer energy saving training, cost saving assessments, implementation advice, and capital support for the installation of energy efficiency equipment.

Read more: Carbon Trust Launches Green Business Fund

Flower Festival Alnwick Castle 1 - 3 July 2016

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With The kind permission of Her Grace the Duchess of Northumberland, SSAFA Northumberland will be holding a Flower Festival in Alnwick Castle from 1 - 3 July. This event coincides with the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Battle of the Somme. SSAFA is the oldest of the military charities, providing assistance to ex-servicemen and women and their dependents.

Read more: Flower Festival Alnwick Castle 1 - 3 July 2016

2017 Holiday Guide – Book your advert now!

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Here at Northumberland Tourism work is now well underway with the 2017 Northumberland Holiday and Short Breaks Guide. Showcasing the very best of Northumberland, the Guide is the only County wide publication covering where to stay, what to do and where to eat in the area.

Read more: 2017 Holiday Guide – Book your advert now!

North East Rural Awards launched to recognise the best of the region's countryside

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Awards set to recognise the best of the rural North East are being launched by The Journal and their sister paper, The Chronicle.

The first ever North East Rural Awards will take place at Linden Hall in Northumberland this summer, with a range of categories highlighting the best of the region’s rural people and businesses.

Read more: North East Rural Awards launched to recognise the best of the region's countryside

Revamped Hadrian's Wall Website Goes Live!

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The Hadrian’s Wall website has been redeveloped making it easier for visitors to plan their journey and orientate themselves with the whole of the World Heritage Site.

Travelling is very much of the experience of visiting Hadrian’s Wall and the new site aims to make it easier to access and understand the major Roman attractions along the length of the Wall.

Read more: Revamped Hadrian's Wall Website Goes Live!

Festival of the Coast

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Summer on the Northumberland Coast is an exciting time with the Tall Ships coming to Blyth from the 26th to 29th August.

We wanted to ensure that visitors know about all the events taking place right along the coastal area of Northumberland so have created a ‘Festival of the Coast’ page on visitnorthumberland.com celebrating the beauty, attractions, communities and maritime history of Northumberland’s 64 miles of rugged North Sea Coastline.

Read more: Festival of the Coast

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