Tynemouth and North Shields.
After protests from local residents New York Post Office has been saved. However Marden Post Office will close on March 24, and Preston Road on March 27. No decision has been made about West Chirton.
INTERNATIONAL Women's day is being celebrated at the Linskill Centre, North Shields, March 8, 12.30pm-2.30pm.
THE New Tyneside Orchestra is performing at King's School, Tynemouth on Sunday March 14 at 3.00pm in aid of the children's ward at North Tyneside General Hospital. Tickets pounds 8 or pounds 5, children free. Tel: 2585995.
SIDNEY'S Restaurant in Tynemouth received the Gourmand award in the latest Michelin Restaurant Guide.
ADULT Judo classes are at the Parks Leisure Centre, North Shields, Wednesdays from 1.45pm to 9.15pm.
NORTH Tyneside Council has rejected plans for a 60 bed residential care home on the site of the Collingwood Arms, Front Street, Chirton.
DESPITE objections, the Queen's Head in Albion Road, North Shields was granted a live music licence.
JOHN Taylor, deputy Head Teacher at King's School, Tynemouth plans to raise pounds 10,000 for North East Children's Cancer Research with a sponsored bike ride around the coastlines of Western Europe. Ring 2595689.
CHRIST Church Primary School in North Shields has received a glowing Ofsted report.
BRIAN CANNELL 0191 4606642
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Mar 2, 2004|
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