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Have a Royal Time with Birthday Queen at Museum

A handful of tickets are remaining for a special event where you can enjoy tea and cake with the Queen on her milestone birthday.

The Brampton Museum is hosting “An Audience with Queen Victoria” on Friday, 24 May – the bicentenary of the popular monarch’s birth – as part of a programme of celebrations in Newcastle.

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Council Helps to Organise Event During Dementia Action Week

The newly formed "Newcastle-under-Lyme Dementia Friendly Community" (DFC) group is working towards Newcastle becoming more welcoming and accessible to anyone affected by dementia.

To promote this year’s Dementia Action Week (20-27 May 2019) Newcastle DFC steering group has organised an event to raise awareness about dementia and the support available in the borough.

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Children get Hands-on at Environmental Event

Schoolchildren who are interested in improving their environment will learn about how to save the planet in a fun and practical way at a special event organised by the Council.

Pupils from eight primary schools in Newcastle are taking part in a variety of activities at Silverdale Country Park on Wednesday, 22 May as part of an eco-forum.

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She Would Be Amused!

A whole host of celebration events are planned in Newcastle-under-Lyme to mark the 200th birthday of Queen Victoria. 

The schedule has been put together by a number of partner organisations – including the Borough Council - to commemorate the anniversary on 24 May.

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Historic records weave a new story for female prisoners

An exhibition at Brampton Museum opens up the dark world of female prisoners at Stafford Prison using photographs taken more than 100 years ago.

The exhibition creator, artist Ruth Singer, has brought the images of female criminals, photographed in Stafford Prison between 1877 and 1915, to Newcastle and there are local connections as some of the women were from the borough.  

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