Burradon and Camperdown 
Next Meeting: Aug 5th 2014 Topic: Future Projects
Burradon post office closed it's doors for the last time earlier this month. To read about the impact Ken had on the village, and the effect his retirement has had in the community, please click here.

Stephenson 200
Dear Friend
The Play Stephenson 200 was performed at a fantastic opening night last night at George Stephenson High School. Definitely a not to be missed. Tickets are still available for performances Wednesday 16th to
Saturday 19th July.
Payment can be made on the door or in advance at White Swan Centre reception. Full details of the play below:
Please find attached details of a new Stephenson 200 Play that has been written by Janet Plater as part of our programme of activities to mark the bi-centenary of the invention of the Blucher Steam Locomotive.
The Play is directed by Bob Webb and is led by an outstanding cast of professional actors supported by local actors and children from George Stephenson High School.
Please circulate to your contacts and encourage them to attend. Tickets have been kept affordable at £6 (£4 concessions) to ensure as many people as possible get the opportunity to see this outstanding piece of
work which focuses on George Stephenson and his time in North Tyneside. Box office is based at the
White Swan Centre, Killingworth Tel. 0191 643 2040.
by Janet Plater
See the proposal for the redevelopment of the site of the former Camperdown Club here

Brownies collect litter in spring clean up

Very Proud of our Brownies and their leaders

Click here for story

In Memory of Herbie Snaith

For many years the Heart and Soul of Camperdown Club.
We were all accustomed to meeting Herbie at some venue in the village whether it was at Burradon Club, Kirkdale Court or on the Front Street and despite being 83 years of age he was always fit and active. As a consequence, Herbie’s passing in December was a huge shock and loss for his family and many friends in the village

Burradon Pond Wildlife Project

For updates on the project, click here, for information about a Great Crested Newt Survey, click here and to see the Concept Idea, click here.

Trust’s Foundation of the Communities Success
The work of the Burradon and Camperdown Forum has received many plaudits and much recognition during the past 16 years. However, the Forum’s success would not have been possible without the support of many local Trusts. Read more here.


The Sequel

Read the Environment Agency update regarding the excessive noise levels experienced in the village this time last year.....here

Youth Hub
We are delighted to announce further funding for the youth hub at the Burradon Community Centre...details

Flooding in Means Drive Burradon

Message from Councillor Jim Allan - Investigation into fixing the flooding problems on Means Drive is about to begin. click here

North Tyneside Council update here

Local Historian, Alan Fryer has revamped his Blog to bring together, all his research into the history of the village, with updates on J Baxter Langley, editor of The Daily Chronicle in the 1860's. click here

In response to the demands of local residents, The Burradon and Camperdown Forum have raised a petition to persuade North Tyneside Council to review and hopefully revoke the premises licence of the Halfway House. read more here
If you'd like to help or add your name, contact the forum at the address on the contacts page.

Bill Marley

or follow us on twitter @BurradonForum