We hope you will enjoy our latest newsletter. 16 pages of news, features and photos from “Newcastles” around the world. Please share !
Here is our latest newsletter – 16 pages of news and features about Newcastles around the globe.
Christmas greetings to Newcastles of the World from the new Mayor of Shinshiro, Japan, Mr Hiroyuki Shimoe, and best wishes for 2022 and for the future of our Alliance. You will also enjoy the wonderful images of nature from Shinshiro and surrounding area.
Greetings from Newcastles of the World. Here is our latest newsletter which we hope you will enjoy – 14 pages of news, features and photos from “Newcastles” around the world.
We hope you enjoy reading our latest newsletter – 13 pages of news, features and photographs from many “Newcastles” around the world.
“A Day in the Life of Newcastle” is an exhibition by Newcastle (upon Tyne) City Learning photography students with additional contributions from photographers in Shinshiro, Japan and Newcastle, South Africa. The initial exhibition is at the Gosforth Civic Theatre in the north of Newcastle to be followed by the principal exhibition in the main City Library in September. We hope that this project can be replicated so that photographers from other Newcastles can participate in future editions. To view some of the photos, see https://newcastlesoftheworld.com/a-day-in-the-life-of-newcastle-photography-exhibition/
Newcastles of the World is to be featured as the main theme for this coming Friday 2nd July on OLDER VOICES, the regular radio programme of the Elders Council of Newcastle upon Tyne. It’s on between 14.00 and 16.00 UK time (15.00-17.00 Central European Time, 09.00-11.00 Canada/US Eastern time). To listen, tune into https://www.novaradio.co.uk (Nova Radio is 102.5FM) or on Radio Garden where you can also find other radio stations from around the world – http://radio.garden/listen/nova-radio-north-east/Jro9kwRK
There will be guests from Newcastle, Ontario, Canada and possibly other “Newcastles”, plus regular features on music, gardening, fitness. The 11-strong broadcast team (median age 81) are all members of the Elders Council. They tell us: “You CAN teach an old dog new tricks!” If you miss the programme, you can listen again by tuning in to the Later Life Audio and Radio Co-operative https://www.mixcloud.com/LLARC/stream/ LLARC is all about radio content created by older people so you may find other interesting programmes you would like to listen to. Check out https://www.elderscouncil.org.uk/ to find out more about the Newcastle Elders Council.
Here is our newsletter for March-April 2021. Fifteen pages of news, features and photographs from many “Newcastles” around the world. We hope you enjoy reading it – please share with others who you think may be interested.