iWitness was launched by Isos Safer Neighbourhoods Team in Morpeth, working closely in partnership with the Protector Group.
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We’d like to congratulate North Shields Football Club following their fantastic win in the FA Vase Final. The team have beaten off some tough competition to reach the final at Wembley on Saturday where they faced Glossop North End.
We were there chearing them on as they came back from 1-0 down to lift the trophy after extra time.
A fantastic achievement for all involved.
Well done lads!
The Protector Group are one of the sponsors of the 100 Faces / Northern Chords Festival which will take place 24th to 30th May 2015 in Gateshead.
Founded in 2009 Northern Chords uses the beautiful backdrop of North East of England to stage a festival which brings emerging and established musicians from around the world together once a year for a unique week of musical encounters and concerts.
Award winning Estonian photographer Kaupo Kikkas will be taking photos of local resident and people who work in the Gateshead area for the 100 Faces Project.
Further information can be found at:- www.northernchords.com
We were recently involved in assisting in the transfer of the EnQuest Producer. Following this we received the following comments from Project Director Kevin P. Bourgeois:
“We succeeded in moving the EnQuest Producer closer to her final destination this morning when she left OGN enroute to the offshore field after a quick stop at Northumbrian Quay. This effort was made possible by the efforts of you and your company and its employees. I wanted to extend my personal thanks for your efforts in getting us this far down the line.”
We are really pleased to be supporting a local charity bike ride.
A group of local Newcastle United supporters will soon take on the task of cycling 186 miles to the away fixture at Liverpool. Planning to take 3 days, the ride is intended to raise money for local 18-year-old James Smith who has duchenne muscular dystrophy and is confined to a wheelchair.
James is a technological whizzkid, and the money raised will go towards the purchase of house adaptations and computer equipment.
We stepped in to support and provide transport back to Tyneside from Liverpool.