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Lockdown Lines Finale – By Lorraine Weightman

Almost a year after Lockdown Lines was published by Consett Rotary in conjunction with Firefly Media; a sold out Charity Presentation Evening took place...

Dancing in the Street

By Lorraine WeightmanI was lucky enough to be at The Empire Theatre in Consett on Thursday March 10th...

Clear White Light – By Lorraine Weightman

I guess this may be true for many of us in Consett. From being a child I have felt an affinity with Holy Island,...

Winter Warmer – By Lorraine Weightman

With so much going on, we are now being informed, that along with the common cold and flu, the coronavirus will live among us...

Give A Little Bit – By Lorraine Weightman

So, what Christmas gift do we buy for those people who insist they don’t want anything, and we know have everything they need. Those hours...

Lockdown Lines – By Lorraine Weightman

Lorraine Weightman found herself writing poems during lockdown in early 2020. She began documenting her thoughts and feelings about the situation she and the...

Top Gear – By Lorraine Weightman

I spent my childhood and teenage years without a car. My family didn’t have one, and with living in the centre of Consett we...

Lovely Jubbly – By Lorraine Weightman

During this past year with the uptake on online shopping, there are an increased number of white vans rocking up around the area, not...

Circle Of Life – By Lorraine Weightman

After moving back to Consett and especially over the last lockdown year I have taken up walking - very slowly at first - partly...

Another Miracle – By Lorraine Weightman

According to the dictionary, ‘A pilgrimage is a journey that someone makes to a place that is very important to them’ As a child the...

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