Tyne side based informational website getmemymortgage.co.uk are helping the uk with there network of specialist mortgage brokers. Their online website is full of useful information on general advice for things such as payday loan mortgages, bad credit mortgages and getting a mortgage with a ccj

Over 16% of the UK have a low credit score and the number of people struggling with debt is rising year on year. The global pandemic has not helped the situation with more people on furlough or redundant it can be a tough time to get a mortgage

Having bad credit can be harrowing and if you are stuggling there are companies out their that can help you such as https://www.stepchange.org/ .

While many are struggling with bad credit there are also lots of people that have come out of a previous debt issue that are looking to get onto the property ladder. The issue with this is due to lenders criteria it can be hard to get approved for a mortgage. Get me my mortgage was set up to help people that are in less than traditional circumstances get the right mortgage advice that could help them to get their dream home.

A Spokesperson from Get Me My Mortgage ‘ its not only those with bad credit that can struggle to get a mortgage if you are self employed it can also be difficult to secure a mortgage through a high street lender. The main goal of our company is to give people the right information and specialist knowledge to help them get the mortgage they need without paying ridiculously high broker fees.

Forget Pilates and Yoga as the latest research by Professor Cary Cooper from Lancaster University has suggested picking up our crayons and brushes to beat stress.

Whether you want to brush up on old skills or learn some new ones, join us in the creative, peaceful and absorbing setting of the Old Low Light with artist Sharon Douglas every Tuesday afternoon from 1.00 p.m. With stunning views of the Fish Quay and the mouth of the River Tyne, you can’t fail to be inspired.

Numbers are strictly limited on a first come first served basis. Please contact [email protected] for further details.

Now is the perfect time to take some inspiration from the Tour de France and join over 2 million Brits who regularly use two wheels to get around.

When we open our doors later in the summer, The Net, together with partners Sustrans will be working together to encourage visitors to the Fish Quay to turn to pedal power to get out and about.

A ride to the Fish Quay could see you burn up to 500 calories an hour, and what better way to refuel for the marathon trek home than with some fresh locally produced food from The Net’s cafe, over looking one of the best views in the world.

Every picture tells a story and non more so than the elation on the face of this happy chap who was one of the group of cyclists who rode from Whitehaven to Tynemouth in under 12 hours in aid of St Oswald’s Hospice, raising around a staggering £6000.00.

The group, led by fundraiser John Davidson, left Whitehaven at 3.30 am 22nd June and were the first group to stop for a photo opportunity outside the Old Low Light which is now on the newly re-routed Coast 2 Coast Cycle Ways.

When we open in September, we will be geared up to welcome cyclists in need of refreshments before the final climb on the last leg of their marathon Coast 2 Coast adventure.

We are currently installing 2 new sets of cycle racks to encourage our visitors to use pedal power to come and work up a thirst and appetite before looking around our exhibitions, or taking part in one of our hands-on workshops.

This weekend sees the return of the North of England Civic Trust’s annual Heritage Skills Weekend at Tynemouth Station between 10.00am – 4.00pm

Combine a visit to Tynemouth’s weekend market with a visit to Festival. Apart from the great range of tremendously skilled craftspeople in action, you can come and say hello to our great team of volunteers who will be tying you up in knots with their marine inspired hands-on demonstrations. There will be loads for the smaller fry to do to, and Sunday there is a chance to meet our very own Pirate Silk and his gang.

We will also be on the lookout to recruit a team of volunteers in a variety of roles to work with us to help make The Net a space where everyone can learn to value their environment, past present and future, and have great fun doing it. So if you are interested come and see us. We look forward to see you!

Why not let the full restored Old Low Light provide an idyllic and stunning setting for your special day? Rich with a sense of place and history, the Old Low Light can offer you the space and freedom to use your imagination.

Why not let the building weave its own magic around the romance of your special day, and let the setting with its breathtaking scenery provide photographic opportunities second to none.

If you are looking for something different, why not throw the rules books out of the window and let your personality shine through – don’t let your imagination hold you back!

If you are looking for ways to make your wedding day different, contact – [email protected] for further details.