Help us capture the longest day and what North Tyneside means to you

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What ingredients do you have to mix together to get a typical day in North Tyneside?

Which places have to feature, what noises would you have to hear and what sights do you need to see to know that you are here?

The answer to that must surely vary for each individual, but you might be surprised at how many reoccurring elements we all have in the lives we live right here in North Tyneside.

The News Guardian will be marking the longest day of the year on Friday, June 21, with a unique project – and we would love a bit of help from you.

On Friday, our journalists and photographers will be out and about recording some aspect of life across the region – which may mean capturing life on the beach, tourists enjoying fish and chips on the beach at Tynemouth, a steaming latte being prepared in North Shields, an after work pint being poured in Whitley Bay...

Some may record a few seconds’ footage as they are out reporting on a job for the website and next week’s paper, while others might pick something closer to home.

What we would like you, our army of readers, to do is join in and throughout the day send us your own short clip. It could be from your work place, favourite chippy, a charity or a park bench – if it means North Tyneside to you then let us share it.

Send us your clips which we will combine to make a visual montage summing up the longest day in North Tyneside, which we will upload to our website on Friday.

You can also send us photographs which we will use for an accompanying slideshow. And if you just want to get in touch with a suggestion for clips you would like to see, feel free to get in touch.

Send your photos and 15 second (maximum) video clips to tegan.chapman@jpress.co.uk as soon as possible on Friday.