A nine-year-old who saved another boy from drowning has become the youngest ever recipient of the Chairman’s Medal, the highest honour in County Durham.
Thursday 2nd November saw the launch of the Future Business Magnates competition for 2018; a county-wide event that encourages young people to think like entrepreneurs. FBEC was well represented at the launch with teams old and new.
On a windy morning, Ferryhill Town Youth U12’s and Barnard Castle played a cracking match.
Ferryhill Celtic were at home to league leaders, Pelton ROAB WMC on Sunday, 12th November, but the visitors proved too strong for their hosts.
On Sunday morning, Ferryhill Town Youth U10's played host to a very good Stockton Rangers team at Dean Bank in what turned out to be a superb game for the home team.
Ferryhill Celtic travelled up the A690 to East Rainton last weekend to take on the Durham & District Sunday League Division Two side in what looked on paper to be an uncomplicated quarter final tie in the Alan Smith Trophy for the Premier League side.
It was sunny but cold at Broom Rec on Sunday morning as Ferryhill Town Youth’s Under 10s played host to higher league opposition in Normanby United of the North Riding Division Three in the Challenge Cup.
Ferryhill’s favourite social club, DIDO (Days In Days Out) held a celebratory dinner dance on Monday 6th November at the Masonic Hall in Ferryhill.
Ferryhill Town Council will be holding a Remembrance Sunday Parade, church service and wreath laying ceremony on Sunday 12th November, and all residents of Ferryhill are invited to attend.
Ferryhill and District Chrysanthemum and Vegetable Society are holding their 85th Annual Show on 11th November, at The Masonic Hall, North Street, Ferryhill. The doors will be open from 2pm until 7pm with free entry.