Australian journalist makes special trip to flood hit Morpeth

The Deputy Editor of one of Australia's leading travel supplements has made a special trip to flood-hit Morpeth in Northumberland to see for himself what is being done to get the town back on his feet.

John Wright is a writer for the Escape Travel supplement which is featured in some of the largest newspapers in Australia including The Sunday Telegraph and The Courier Mail and has a circulation of more 1.5million every week.

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