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My North East

My North East

Posted: 03 Aug 2013

Best-selling coffee-table book My North East by its Famous Sons and Daughters - which features the late Brendan Healy - is back on the shelves after selling out in our region's shops over a year ago.

A softback version of the 200-page book featuring stunning landscape pictures and full interviews with 65 of the region’s top celebrities talking about their favourite places, views and memories of the North East is back on sale now, price £17.99. 

You can order it online at www.my-northeast.co.uk. A brand-new sister publication - My Scotland by its Famous Sons and Daughters - has also just been published, available for £25 at www.my-scotland.org

Both were written, compiled and published by Anne Graham and Michael Hamilton who run ne4me. All profits from the North East book will go to the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation. 

Profits from My Scotland will be donated to CHAS - the Children's Hospice Association of Scotland.

Names in the Scotland book include Denis Law, Judy Murray, Midge Ure, Katherine Grainger and Sir Jackie Stewart talking about their favourite places in the land of their birth.

Sir Bobby was the inspiration for the North East book. Read his interview and see his favourite North East places along with 64 other great names from the region including Sting, Jimmy Nail, Mark Knopfler, Brian Johnson, Tony Blair, Alan Shearer, Sir Bobby and Jack Charlton, Robson Green, Denise Welch, Eric Burdon, Jill Halfpenny, Alan Price, Gina McKee, Bryan Ferry, Si King, George Clarke, Tim Healy, Kevin Whately and many more.


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