ITV Tyne Tees presenter Pam Royle caught up with Cheryl Fernandez-Versini on Tyneside today.Read the full story ›
As Cheryl returns to her home town of Newcastle, we take a look back at where it all began.Read the full story ›
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is back in the North East! Returning to Newcastle, she's pledged to raise £2m for The Prince's Trust.Read the full story ›
A host of stars are in London tonight for ITV's big Christmas charity show, Text Santa, which is on the channel from 8pm until 11.20pm. Our reporter Richard Slee went to see how preparations were getting along.
All this week we've be hearing about how some of the money being raised for Text Santa will benefit people right here in the region, ahead of tonight's live programme on ITV.
St Oswald's Hospice in Newcastle receives support from Together for Short Lives - a national charity that supports children's hospices in the UK.
Here's Deborah and Isabelle's story:
This year's beneficiaries are Alzheimer's Society, The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Teenage Cancer Trust, Together for Short Lives and WellChild.
In the build up to our Christmas fundraising campaign Text Santa's live show this Friday evening, we're looking at how the money raised will benefit people here in the North East.
Alzheimer's Society is one of the six charities chosen. It funds dementia support workers and pays for activities for people living with dementia and their carers.
Watch Katie Oakes's full report here:
The first charity we are going to see is the Teenage Cancer Trust. They fund specialist units like the one at the Great North Children's hospital, which allow young people to support one another and improve what can be a very isolating situation.
Cameron Asprey from Teesside was given the all clear four years ago:
The North East Islamic Diversity Centre has launched its annual Winter Campaign to help keep elderly members of the community warm this winter.
They are asking for people to donate new blankets, thermal and hot water bottles. The items will be distributed to elderly people living in Newcastle.
Deadline for donations is the 22nd December, to make a donation:Click Here
Hairy biker Si King has visited Crisis' centre in Newcastle to launch the charity's Crisis Christmas party.Read the full story ›
Residents of a sheltered scheme have been busy making hats and scarves to help local homeless people prepare for winter.Read the full story ›