Sunderland News

Sunderland Restaurant Week - An Opportunity For Foodies To Sample Several Cuisines
The menu is filling up for the return of Sunderland Restaurant Week, with the opportunity for foodies to sample a whole host of cuisines at a bargain price. Organised by Sunderland BID, the event launches this Saturday (Sept 25) and runs until Sunday 3 October, showcasing the best pubs, bars,...
Get Your Tickets For The Festival Of Light This October
Sunderland City Council has now released tickets for the ever-popular Festival of Light event in Roker Park.  The event opens on Thursday 14 October and will run every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday until Saturday 13 November, including every day over half term week beginning 25 October.During half term there will...
New Elvet Bridge Set To Reopen This October
Progress on the refurbishment of Durham’s New Elvet Bridge is continuing, with the key city centre route set to reopen next month. Essential works are being carried out on the bridge, which closed in July last year to allow repairs that will ensure the bridge remains structurally sound. To date, the...
Sunderland Residents Invited To Share Their Views In The Big Bus Conversation
Sunderland residents are being asked to share their views on buses in the North East as part of a campaign to improve bus travel in the region.The Big Bus Conversation aims to gather the thoughts and opinions of members of the public and businesses about what they would like...
New Partnership Between The Foundation Of Light And Tailored Leisure Company Kicks Off
An exciting new delivery partnership has been unveiled between South Tyneside-based Tailored Leisure Company (TLC) and the Foundation of Light, the official charity of Sunderland AFC. TLC has been awarded funding and has joined the team at the Foundation of Light as a Get Out, Get Active (GOGA) delivery partner.GOGA...
New Defribillator Installed In Sunderland In Memory Of Christine Graham
A new defibrillator has been installed in Sunderland after a school raised funds in memory of a much-loved member of staff. Christine Graham worked at St Joseph’s Primary School, Millfield, as a lunchtime supervisor and cleaner for more than 30 years, but died suddenly in February after suffering an aortic...
Open-Air Cinema Comes To Sunderland This Week!
Family favourites and award-winning flicks are heading to the big screen this week, as open-air cinema comes to Sunderland.  Sunderland BID is hosting Movies at the Minster at Minster Park from 4 to 5 September, in partnership with Sunderland City Council.And the weekend will have something for all ages, including...
Sunderland Drivers To Expect Road Closures Due To Resurfacing Projects
Drivers are advised that stretches of road across Sunderland will be closed for resurfacing in the coming week as Sunderland City Council continues its £5.7m investment in the city’s roads and footways.As part of the work to improve the condition of over 200 of the city’s streets, Toll Bar...
Sunderland Residents Reminded To Safety Dispose Of Batteries After Recycling
Sunderland residents are being reminded to dispose of batteries safely after a fire broke out at a recycling centre. Kerbside recycling material from Sunderland was being processed when workers spotted smoke coming from a waste bale, and upon investigation, it was clear that a battery was the cause.Fortunately, workers were...
Regional Adoption Agency 'Adopt Coast To Coast' Appeals For Adopters
Adopt Coast to Coast – the Regional Adoption Agency (RAA) for Cumbria County Council, Durham County Council and Together for Children (Sunderland City Council) – is urgently calling for people to consider adopting brothers and sisters in a bid to combat the shortage in the number of prospective adopters...

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