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Chapter Issue 688 – August 15th 2014

Chapter 688 August 15th 2014 Stories:  Ferryhill Summer Gala this weekend Bank holiday Artwork and Poetry in WWI Exhibition Chilton fundraisers to complete 110 mile bike ride Defendant ‘escapes’ prison Summer Fayre Charity Car Wash Chapter coach...

Chapter 750, 30 October 2015

Chapter 750 October 30th 2015 Stories: Mayor helps Chilton youngsters to plant spring bulbs Motorists urged to ...

Chapter 805, 25th November 2016

Chapter 805, 25th November 2016 Stories: Ferryhill shoe box appeal declared a huge success Temporary road closures Junior Club wins Heritage Lottery Fund support Mini police visit officer training...

Chapter Issue 659 – January 24th 2014

Chapter 659  January 24th 2014 Stories: School delighted as Little Ant & Dec open Nursery Unit Vigilance is the key at allotment sites Friends of the Park The use of Money Burglars...

Chapter 730, 12 June 2015

Chapter 730 June 12th 2015 Stories: Vintage Rally returns to Mainsforth by popular demand Funding boost for Ferryhill and Chilton Ferryhill Banner Committee receive council funding Residents and businesses...

Chapter 789 5th August 2016

Chapter 789 August 5th 2016 Stories: Ferryhill Summer Fayre returns to Dean Bank Park Last of the...

Capital grants of £500 – £5,000 available for local projects

The 4 Together Partnership has a capital grants pot of £25,000 of its Area Budget provided by Durham County Council to allocate over the coming months.
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Youth projects grant funding available

The 4 Together Partnership has a pot of £9,902 to support youth projects and/or community-based organisations to deliver opportunities to young people aged 11-19 in the 4 Together Partnership area (Ferryhill, Chilton, West Cornforth and Bishop Middleham).

Councillors to host coffee morning

Ferryhill Town F.A.I.R. Independent Councillors are hosting a coffee morning event.
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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Residents have been leaving messages of thanks for bin crews as a show of solidarity to key workers during the Coronavirus crisis.

Bin crews says a big thank you for messages of support

Durham County Council has thanked kind-hearted residents for the flurry of messages of thanks received by its bin crews during the Coronavirus...