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Broom Broom races for Broom!

The Y5 children at Broom Cottages have been fortunate to be involved in an exciting Goblin Kart project. They were successful in receiving kind sponsorship...
Ferryhill Mayor resigns

Ferryhill Mayor resigns

Mayor of Ferryhill, Cllr Richard Smith, has resigned from his post of Mayor with immediate effect. The mayor came under increasing pressure from the Ferryhill...
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Tackling green issues at Dean Bank

Residents in Ferryhill are joining forces with council workers to help in tackling green issues. Durham County Council’s Community Action Team (CAT) has just...
Ferryhill Sports and Education Centre saves thousands on energy bills

Social Enterprise proves number one for giving back

Ferryhill Sport and Education Centre saved thousands on enery bills before being further rewarded with a cheque for £5,000 after teaming up with a North...
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By-elections at Ferryhill Parish

By-elections for the Broom and Ferryhill and Dean Bank wards of Ferryhill Parish Council will take place on Thursday, 8 March. Poll cards will not...
A Durham County Council snowplough tackles the Beast From The East

Update on council services in County Durham

With the so-called Beast from the East bringing freezing temperatures to the region and with further heavy snow and blizzards forecast for this evening...

Tributes paid to Ferryhill teenager

The family of a teenager who died in a collision have paid tribute to her, describing her as a "much-loved daughter and granddaughter who...
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Local Area Action Partnership Meeting

Residents from Ferryhill, Chilton, Bishop Middleham and West Cornforth can find out how local issues are being tackled when the local 4 Together Area...
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Ferryhill Under 10s continue to progress together

Ferryhill Town Youth Under 10’s travelled to Stranton in Hartlepool to play the league leaders, looking to continue their recent good form.
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Ferryhill Ladies continue good form while men struggle

Ferryhill Ladies continued their good form by following up their previous victory in the Durham & District League with yet another 8-0 victory, this time away from home against Stanley IBC.
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