Durham News and Events
Planning your Durham trip? Whether you’re looking for things to do in Durham such as events and attractions, to make your Durham visit run smoothly or are planning where to stay in Durham, you’ll find everything you need for your Durham holiday on Whats On in Durham.com. Our What’s On Durham guide has the latest events not to miss while you visit Durham – there’s always something going on, so don’t miss out on the latest exhibitions, shows and more on your trip to Durham by checking out our News and Events page.
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Andrew and Pete
- How to have good sales conversations [Steal-able Phrases to use]by Andrew and Pete on 12th August 2021 at 9:00 am
Wondering how to have good sales conversations? Imagine you had the power to talk to any potential client — even the really big, really scary, ‘I could never land these guys in a million years’ kinda client — and easily win them over. Sounds a bit too good to be true, right? But we’ve figured… The post How to have good sales conversations [Steal-able Phrases to use] appeared first on Andrew and Pete.
- Do you need a sales funnel?by Andrew and Pete on 8th July 2021 at 7:00 am
Why do you need a sales funnel? Sales funnels are a hotly discussed topic in the marketing world, and the ‘funnel bros’ out there will have you believe that you need one to solve all your marketing problems. But what are sales funnels? And do they actually work? In this video, we’ll show you how… The post Do you need a sales funnel? appeared first on Andrew and Pete.
- Best Way to Build a Virtual Teamby Andrew and Pete on 24th June 2021 at 7:00 am
Wondering what’s the best way to build a virtual team? If you’re an Atomic member, we hope you’ve noticed this one thing: Our membership is a well-oiled machine. So how do we keep everything running so smoothly? Are we naturally gifted, efficient geniuses? Are we working on it 24/7? Have we just gotten really, really… The post Best Way to Build a Virtual Team appeared first on Andrew and Pete.
- How to Have Quicker Zoom Callsby Andrew and Pete on 17th June 2021 at 7:00 am
Curious how to have quicker zoom calls? Zoom meetings can easily take up a chunk of your time and before you know it, your day is over. We believe that having more hours in the day IS the one thing every single one of us needs. So let’s do a deal: you give us 10… The post How to Have Quicker Zoom Calls appeared first on Andrew and Pete.
- Get the confidence to charge moreby Andrew and Pete on 10th June 2021 at 7:00 am
What’s the key to getting paid more? You might think it’s down to how much experience you have, how many courses you’ve done, the qualifications you’ve gained… But really? Charging more for your work comes down to one thing: Confidence. In this video, we’re going to show you exactly how to get the confidence to… The post Get the confidence to charge more appeared first on Andrew and Pete.
I Heart Katie Cakes
- Peanut Butter Blossomsby iheartkatiecakes on 1st February 2023 at 12:05 pm
These Peanut Butter Blossoms are the perfect holiday cookie. So buttery and crumbly they’ll shoot straight to the top of you best cookies ever list. Plus, they’re super quick and easy to make. Perfect for… The post Peanut Butter Blossoms appeared first on Katie Cakes.
- Biscoff Cupcakesby iheartkatiecakes on 18th January 2023 at 8:03 am
These Biscoff Cupcakes are the ultimate bake for the Biscoff lover, they’re Biscoff squared! A Biscoff sponge is topped with Biscoff Buttercream, a Biscoff drizzle and you guessed it, a Biscoff cookie. Yowza! Here we… The post Biscoff Cupcakes appeared first on Katie Cakes.
- No Bake Candy Cane Cheesecakeby iheartkatiecakes on 28th November 2022 at 3:13 pm
This no bake candy cane cheesecake is full of festive cheer. A creamy peppermint cheesecake base studded with crushed candy canes and a buttery Oreo crumb base. The perfect Christmas dessert. Is there anything better… The post No Bake Candy Cane Cheesecake appeared first on Katie Cakes.
- Gingerbread and Caramel White Chocolate Blondiesby iheartkatiecakes on 23rd November 2022 at 2:36 pm
Throw away all other gingerbread blondie recipes, you don’t need them any more! These Gingerbread and Caramel White Chocolate Blondies are seriously good. You won’t need another festive recipe, trust me! I’m not kidding when… The post Gingerbread and Caramel White Chocolate Blondies appeared first on Katie Cakes.
- Taylor Swifts Chai Spiced Sugar Cookiesby iheartkatiecakes on 7th November 2022 at 2:37 pm
Taylor Swifts Chai Spiced Sugar Cookies are the ultimate autumnal recipe. Perfect for a chilly afternoon wrapped in a blanket watching the leaves fall from the trees. Turn up the music and prepare to get… The post Taylor Swifts Chai Spiced Sugar Cookies appeared first on Katie Cakes.
- Merchant Promotions With Microsoftby Dion Williams on 6th October 2022 at 1:59 pm
Merchant promotions give online retailers the opportunity to get creative with their special offers for shopping ads online. Throughout the year there are many opportunities for creative merchant promotions, but by far the most active and lucrative time of year is the final quarter. Seasonal holidays such as Halloween, Black Friday, Christmas and New Year The post Merchant Promotions With Microsoft appeared first on Digital Marketing Agency Newcastle.
- Black Friday: Developing Your Digital Marketing Strategyby wriggle_wm on 30th September 2022 at 7:47 am
Originating in the States, the term ‘Black Friday’ was coined by Police Officers in Philadelphia who, back in the 1960’s, used it to refer to the chaos and mayhem that ensued during the day after Thanksgiving when large numbers of tourists poured into the city to commence their holiday shopping. Black Friday has spread and The post Black Friday: Developing Your Digital Marketing Strategy appeared first on Digital Marketing Agency Newcastle.
- Instagram SEO To Improve Visibility & Reach New Audiencesby Steph Fox on 28th September 2022 at 2:06 pm
Instagram SEO is the process of optimising your profile and content to increase the chances of appearing in search results within the platform. There is no one size fits all approach to success on Instagram, a combination of efforts across the typical social media practices around engaging content, studying analytics, entertaining and informing, should be The post Instagram SEO To Improve Visibility & Reach New Audiences appeared first on Digital Marketing Agency Newcastle.
- Reel-ly Useful Things To Consider When Creating Instagram Reelsby wriggle_wm on 8th July 2022 at 12:43 pm
For a while now Instagram has reel-ly pushed their Reel feature. Their answer to Tik Tok is developing faster than any other element of the app, with video first content performing strongest in the algorithm, and more features being added to keep up with user requirements, competition and Instagram’s own plans. While the Instagram community The post Reel-ly Useful Things To Consider When Creating Instagram Reels appeared first on Digital Marketing Agency Newcastle.
- A Guide to Developing a Strong Brand Identityby Georgia Gow on 2nd July 2022 at 10:46 am
Every day we draw strong associations with the brands around us, often without even realising it. Some of the most successful brands in the world have spent years developing their identities and their brands into what they are today, seamlessly fitting into our lives and instantly recognisable. Developing a strong brand identity is vital to survive The post A Guide to Developing a Strong Brand Identity appeared first on Digital Marketing Agency Newcastle.
Daily Brew Reviews
- 11 words to make your resume effectiveby Elizabeth on 18th February 2021 at 2:40 pm
Effective CV: How to do it? We bet it has happened to you too: how many times have you sent your CV to apply for a job offer that is perfect for our experience and skills? And how many times have you hit the mark? The reason is simple: Interesting job offers unleash a real The post 11 words to make your resume effective first appeared on dailybrewreviews.com.
- Work skills: the importance of hard and soft skillsby Elizabeth on 15th February 2021 at 4:21 pm
It is very complex to elaborate a single definition of the concept of competence, as it is a changing notion, which varies according to the disciplines and the context to which it refers (for example, we can differentiate between work skills from linguistic, communication, etc.). In general, however, skills can be defined as skills acquired The post Work skills: the importance of hard and soft skills first appeared on dailybrewreviews.com.
- How to write curriculum e-mailsby Elizabeth on 11th February 2021 at 2:39 am
Mail cover letter self-application CV You often hear this, and it is certainly true: the CV cover letter is as important as the CV itself. Not only is it more spontaneous and less schematic than a curriculum vitae, but it is essential to immediately make an excellent impression with the companies to which you send The post How to write curriculum e-mails first appeared on dailybrewreviews.com.
- Writing the curriculum vitae: the interview with Laura Mazzolini, HR managerby Elizabeth on 10th February 2021 at 5:58 pm
The CV represents the business card with which each of us introduces himself to a company or its intermediaries and today more than ever it is necessary to write the curriculum vitae with great care and be careful not to run the risk, among hundreds and sometimes thousands of participants, of being excluded from the The post Writing the curriculum vitae: the interview with Laura Mazzolini, HR manager first appeared on dailybrewreviews.com.
- How to write your resume to find a job in Americaby Elizabeth on 6th February 2021 at 3:17 am
HOW TO WRITE YOUR CURRICULUM TO FIND WORK IN AMERICA The United States is one of the most popular destinations for those who want to find a job abroad. Living and working in cities like New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Miami is the dream of many young people. At the moment, the labor The post How to write your resume to find a job in America first appeared on dailybrewreviews.com.
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- The Best Pizzas in Newcastleby Jeff Lyall on 17th August 2022 at 10:58 am
Pizza - now there's something I can talk about 🍕
- Gingerino’s Kitchen, Ouseburnby Jeff Lyall on 9th August 2022 at 7:42 pm
"Unless you are a pizza, the answer is yes, I can live without you".
- Pablo Eggs-Go-Bao, Newcastleby Jeff Lyall on 1st August 2022 at 8:50 pm
For when breakfast baos are your narcotic of choice.
- 30 Essential Newcastle Eats for Summer 2022by Jeff Lyall on 22nd July 2022 at 12:56 pm
Celebrating everything that's great about Newcastle upon Tyne (and a little further) in food, drink, and life ❤️
- Katto Chef’s Knife Review*by Jeff Lyall on 15th July 2022 at 2:28 pm
Taking the latest British-made knife for a chop and a slice 🔪
- East Farm Glamping At Duck Pond Cabinby Steph Fox on 24th January 2023 at 7:00 am
East Farm Glamping offers two unique, luxury glamping options in the beautiful Northumberland countryside of Great Whittington. Both the Duck Pond Cabin and the Wildflower Shepherd Hut are found on the private land of East Farm, run by Laura and Jack, so they’re off grid, with no specific address, and offer a fabulous rural escape yet still surrounded by luxurious home comforts. I enjoyed a November stay at Duck Pond Cabin, so here’s my full review of the East Farm Glamping experience. […]
- The Sycamore Gap Walk Along Hadrian’s Wall Northumberlandby Steph Fox on 18th January 2023 at 7:50 pm
Sycamore Gap is one of the most iconic sights of the Northumberland countryside, attracting thousands of visitors every year to see the famous tree in the natural gap along Hadrian’s Wall. It’s worth a visit in its own right, in a dramatic but beautiful location, and offers a fairly easy country walk, with parking and pubs and visitor centres nearby. The Sycamore Gap walk is one you can’t miss along Hadrian’s Wall. Despite being a stunning photo spot especially on a bright sunny day, […]
- Ernest Ouseburn Independent Cafe & Barby Steph Fox on 17th January 2023 at 6:00 am
Ernest cafe bar in Ouseburn is independently run, and much like the rest of the Ouseburn Valley encompasses the creative, industrial and local aspects of the area. Open daily and serving up everything from breakfast and brunch, to small plates, cocktails and craft beers, it’s a great spot for something to eat, drink and to meet up with friends. Here’s my full review of Ernest Ouseburn. First of all make sure you book, as it’s very popular and although they do accept walk-ins you’ll […]
- My Picks For NE1 Restaurant Week January 2023by Steph Fox on 4th January 2023 at 8:47 pm
NE1 Restaurant Week is returning for 2023 later this month, from 16th – 21st January. It’s a great way to try new restaurants without spending a fortune, going to favourites at a bargain price or just a good excuse to get together with people for a meal out. It’s also something to look forward to at the end of the longest month of the year! I love browsing through the restaurants taking part and their menus, before choosing a few to book. Here’s my top picks for NE1 Restaurant week in […]
- The Snug Lodge At Otterburn Hall Estateby Steph Fox on 19th December 2022 at 2:12 pm
The Snug Lodge in Otterburn is a three bed, dog friendly lodge that sleeps 5, complete with hot tub, outside deck and fully catered kitchen. Found on the Otterburn Hall Estate that has over thirty privately owned lodges in acres of land, one of them is the gorgeous Snug. I stayed at The Snug for a two night stay at the start of December, and I absolutely loved it. Here’s what I thought… Disclaimer: I received a complimentary two night stay at The Snug. Arriving at The Snug Otterburn It […]
Save Newcastle Wild life
- Declare an Ecological Emergencyby Admin on 18th October 2021 at 11:00 am
In February 2020 we asked Newcastle City Council to acknowledge the ecological emergency. In March 2021, we renewed this call and asked the Council to commit to managing at least 30% of land in Newcastle for nature by 2030 and to develop a biodiversity index. We also asked for the establishment of a regular working ... [Read more...]
- Say NO to Harmful Herbicides in Newcastleby Admin on 17th October 2021 at 10:47 pm
Glyphosate-based herbicides are the most widely used herbicides in agriculture. But did you know that many local councils also use glyphosate to control ‘weeds’ in urban settings? Newcastle City Council is one of them. Glyphosate has been shown to harm human health and the natural environment. Research shows that glyphosate is a probable carcinogenic and ... [Read more...]
- How Green is a Solar Farm in the Green Belt?by Admin on 1st September 2021 at 9:04 pm
Newcastle Airport is consulting on plans for a huge solar farm in the Green Belt north of Havannah Nature Reserve. The proposed sites lies within the Ouseburn Catchment Wildlife Enhancement Corridor, close to several Sites of Local Conservation Interest. While we welcome a move to renewable energy, we are concerned about further loss of Green Belt and the erosion of an important wildlife corridor. We ... [Read more...]
- Cell B1 – Latest Threat to Havannahby Admin on 5th August 2021 at 4:19 pm
Newcastle Great Park Consortium has submitted revised plans for sports pitches in Cell B1 of Newcastle Great Park. Our latest objection is detailed below. Re: 2017/0666/09/RES Save Newcastle Wildlife is concerned with protecting wildlife and green space in Newcastle. This application, if approved, would see a significant adverse effect on wildlife in and around Havannah and Three Hills ... [Read more...]
- Transform the Town Moorby Admin on 22nd April 2021 at 6:32 am
The Town Moor is the biggest green space in Newcastle. As well as being grazed by the Freemen of Newcastle’s cattle, it is a designated Site of Local Conservation Importance and a valuable wildlife corridor. The moors support red-listed birds, including skylarks and meadow pipits, both of which nest on the ground. Newcastle City Council last surveyed ... [Read more...]
Newcastle Arts Centre
- STEAM DREAMS Continuing January!by Newcastle Arts Centre on 5th January 2023 at 2:53 pm
Running this Friday and Saturday 2pm – 4 pm Repeating for the last time the following weekend Friday and Saturday The post STEAM DREAMS Continuing January! appeared first on Newcastle Arts Centre.
- 3 Famous Toy Trainsby Newcastle Arts Centre on 1st December 2022 at 12:05 am
Introduced in 1937 Lionel the leading New York toymaker spent 75,000 dollars developing this 1/48 scale model. Warner’s Polar Express The post <strong>3 Famous Toy Trains</strong> appeared first on Newcastle Arts Centre.
- The Power of Fire and Water that developed in Newcastleby Newcastle Arts Centre on 1st December 2022 at 12:05 am
The Power of Fire and Water that developed in Newcastle by Mike Tilley Steam was the power that drove the industrial The post The Power of Fire and Water that developed in Newcastle appeared first on Newcastle Arts Centre.
- A Jazz Christmas Carol – Alan Barnes Octetby Mark Cowley on 17th November 2022 at 1:21 pm
A family night out that is also a treat for the jazz connoisseur; it will delight anyone who loves music The post <strong>A Jazz Christmas Carol – Alan Barnes Octet</strong> appeared first on Newcastle Arts Centre.
- Steam Dreamsby Newcastle Arts Centre on 16th November 2022 at 2:21 pm
Steam Dreams A Show of Vintage Toy Trains and Movie Images The Gallery, Saturday 3rd – Saturday 24th December Experience The post Steam Dreams appeared first on Newcastle Arts Centre.