Leading Link - News
As we head into 2015, you might notice some changes to Leading Link over the next few weeks.
We are in the process of implementing some exciting new strategic plans, as we look to shift focus and develop further links with the world of business.
As we make this significant step, we are looking for a new trustee with a background in business to join our fantastic team and help steer this future strategy.
The producers of the hit television competition Britain's Got Talent are coming to Leading Link next week - and this is YOUR chance to show what Northumberland has to offer.
The team are touring the North East to help find undiscovered talent - and they have chosen the home of Northumberland's Got Talent as one of their destinations.
Now the stars of the future have the chance to wow producers of the national competition, with a place in front of music supremo Simon Cowell and his fellow Got Talent judges the prize potentially on offer.
A group from Leading Link have been helping to bring the warmth back to Northumberland.
Organisers bait, part of the Creative People and Places programme, and Pinwheel invited young people from the charity to get involved in The Search for Fire, which took place at Woodhorn.
The event centred around the frosty Snow Queen, who had taken all the warmth from Northumberland - hundreds of local people joined together to search for the fire to melt the Snow Queen's heart.
Bedlington was finally lit up for Christmas last week, as part of the culmination of 'Light up Bedlington'.
The giant switch was flicked in front of a packed Market Place by the Bedlington Town Bulldogs Under 13 girls team, after they came out on top in the online public vote.
A selection of 90 photos can be viewed by clicking below.
Young people from a school in Northumberland have been cleaning up a local beach.
Over the summer months, Blyth beach has become the focal point for a number of gatherings of
young people, which have left the beach in an unacceptable state.
As a result, the Youth Ambassadors, who are a group of volunteers from St Benet Biscop Catholic High School in Bedlington, were keen to make amends for some of their peers and were invited along
by the Blyth to Seaton Sluice Links Conservation Group to get involved in a clean-up of the site.
In the first of a new series, discover Leading Link through the eyes of those that know it best.
'Through their Eyes' is a new feature which will see some of the Leading Link's key staff, delivery partners and participants talk about their experiences of this small charity with big ideas!
First up is Matthew Fenwick, a Youth Ambassador who has volunteered with Leading Link for 5 years.