Did you miss out on the Teddy Bear Trail, originally planned as part of the 2020 Jesmond Community Festival? Well, now take part in the Toffee Apple Ted Trail 2020. The trail is available from 24 October, until Sunday 1 November. More information is posted in the windows of Jesmond Library, where the trail route begins. There is no entry form, no fee and no prizes. And you can walk as little or as much of the trail as you wish. It’s all for fun!
We hope that you will take photographs of your favourite teddy, and of your family, as you take part.
The Greening Jesmond Group have announced the winners of this year’s Glorious Gardens Competition. The winning Pocket Gardens were 47 Sunbury Avenue and 56 Queens Road; the winning Larger Garden was 55 Reid Park Road; the winning Wildlife-Friendly Garden was 24 Lansdowne Gardens; and the winning Community Garden was the Myrtle Grove Community Garden. For details of all the gardens email GreeningJesmond@hotmail.com .
Newcastle Cricket Club have announced that the photographic exhibition originally planned to take place as part of the 2020 Jesmond Community Festival will now take place at a later date, yet to be announced. The exhibition, “Is there life after Cricket?”, will feature Northern landscape photographs by former Northumberland cricketer, Tim Brown.