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Bridie

James, real name Osborne Henry Mavor. 1888--1951, Scottish physician and dramatist, who founded the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre. His plays include The Anatomist (1930)
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Tickets to see Bridie Jackson & the Arbour at Gateshead Old Town Hall are PS10.
North-east band Bridie Jackson & The Arbour will curate the event, which will take place on Saturday, May 27, and will also feature the talents of Rob Heron & The Teapad Orchestra, Lilliput, By Toutatis, Ditte Elly and
The pub now is dilapidated, and the pride there once was for this local went when Bridie took her well-earned retirement.
LIFE THROUHG A LENS Winning photographers in the Wildfowl and Wetlands competition, Bridie Husband, left and Wendy Guile.
First round: Julie Mallinson and Julie Sykes 8 Mavis Whitehouse and Margaret Cooper 21, Linda Drury and Sue Carruthers 21 Pauline Wilde and Susan Gibson 20, Linda Bottomley and Cath Townend 21 Mary Patterson and Jean Wheelhouse 10, Jean Evans and Bridie Buckley 21 Susan Armitage and Rachel Byram 2.
Derek married Bridie in 1959 at St Mary's Catholic Church, and the pair lived in Rugby before they emigrated to Montreal in 1966.
Bakers are campaigning for Forfar bridies to be given the same protected status as champagne.
Viv and Bridie are now rallying women to join them in the fight against the cancer by entering this year's Race for Life at Town Moor in Newcastle on Sunday, July 12.
Recently announced as recipients of a Women Make Music grant from the PRS for Music Foundation, Bridie Jackson and The Arbour are using the funds to support the creation, recording and touring of their new material.
The Cellar Folk Triple Bill will feature Newcastle quartet Bridie Jackson and the Arbour; virtuoso duo Katriona Gilmore and Jamie Roberts; and Heg & The Wolf Chorus.