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Chapter Issue 699 – October 31st 2014

Chapter 699 October 31st 2014 Stories:  Ferryhill Town Council awarded £75,000 for new Sports Pavilion Remembrance Day Celebrations Chilton Primary School plant bulbs for next Spring Chapter coach trip to Bury Market The 4...

Chapter 765, 19 February 2016

Chapter 765 February 19th 2016 Stories: Illustrator to create exhibition with Ferryhill and Chilton pupils Chief executive ...

Chapter 815, 10th February 2017

Chapter 815, 10th February 2017 Stories: Mini Police help keep Ferryhill and Chilton roads safe Free pizza and pop at Ferryhill Hub Michael Chaplin guests for History Society Rupert...

Chapter Issue 675 – May 16th 2014

Chapter 675  May 16th 2014 Stories: Ferryhill Mayor raises money for local charities Volunteers needed for new food bank 60s & 70s Nostalgia Night Nearly 100 drivers caught speeding Defendant bailed Pupil raises funds for Borneo...

Chapter 739, 14 August 2015

Chapter 739 August 14th 2015 Stories: Shevaun ‘braves the shave’ to raise funds for Macmillan Enter CIC ...

Chapter 816, 17th February 2017

Chapter 816, 17th February 2017 Stories: MRI scanner appeal – hospitals need your support Brunch with a Bishop at St Luke’s Over 80 youths turn up for pizza...

Broom Methodist Youth Club reunion

Members of Broom Methodist Youth Club are set to be reacquainted with old friends when a reunion meeting takes place on Saturday 14th October at the Manor House Hotel in Ferryhill.
Sedgefield MP, Phil Wilson joins pupils from Ferryhill and Chilton primary schools to learn about their campaign against global food waste.

MP learns of Fuel for School campaign from school pupils

Four primary schools in Ferryhill and Chilton welcomed Phil Wilson MP when he accepted their invitation to inform him of their Fuel for School campaign against global food waste.
Chilton Town Council hope the event can be added to the town’s annual social calendar.

Chilton fireworks display is a sell-out

Chilton Town Council has organised a fireworks display for Friday 3rd November at the Charlie Wayman Playing Fields (opposite West Chilton Terrace), and all tickets for the event have now been sold.

Chapter Issue 657 – January 10th 2014

Chapter 657 January 10th 2013 Stories: Co-operative Funeralcare thank residents for support New Year at the LADDER Centre Keep calm and try scouting Hitting the hotspots to keep warm Cannabis...
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