Durham Record Office volunteer Bridget Cox and principal archivist Gill Parkes examine paintings and drawings from DLI soldiers which will be catalogued as part of The DLI: A Whole New Story project.

National grant allows new DLI stories to be told

More fascinating stories and images from one of the UK’s most extensive regimental archives will be revealed to the public thanks to a major...
Some of the rubbish left outside of Sharon Boardman’s property.

Woman fined for failing to clear rubbish

A woman who has repeatedly blighted her neighbours’ lives by leaving rubbish outside of her home has been ordered to pay out almost...
The landslip at the edge of the B6300 and the East Coast Mainline.

Road to close for essential work

A road is set to close for several months to allow major roadworks to take place, safeguarding the future of the link...
Spennymoor Town’s Brewery Field pitch is being transformed ahead of the new season.

Moors get the ball rolling on new pitch development

Spennymoor Town will be playing on a Football League quality surface in next season’s National League North campaign. The...
An artist’s impression of the entrance to the new centre.

Public asked for views on Durham History Centre

Residents are being invited to give their views on designs for a new history centre for County Durham. A...
Former mayor, Cllr Clive Maddison hands over the chains of office to new Mayor of Spennymoor, Cllr Elizabeth Wood and her consort, Mr Eric Rix.

New Spennymoor Mayor elected

Last month saw Cllr Clive Maddison step down as the Town Mayor and hand over the Mayoral Chains of Office to Cllr...
Former Mayor of Spennymoor, Cllr Clive Maddison presents a cheque for £10,001.75 to Robert Ellis of Spennymoor Boxing Club.

Former Mayor hands over funds to chosen charity

Former Mayor of Spennymoor, Cllr Clive Maddison, has handed over a cheque to his chosen charity, Spennymoor Boxing Club, for £10,001.75.
Spennymoor Town FC is rewarding loyal fans and attracting new supporters by reducing season ticket prices.

Moors reduce season ticket price for new campaign

Spennymoor Town FC is announcing a radically-reduced season ticket price for the 2019/20 season in the Vanarama National League North.
Chief instructor, Adam Walker welcomes Spennymoor Town Mayor and Consort, Cllrs Clive and Liz Maddison who presented awards to Jack Walker (front left), Stevie Bingham and Keeley Nixon.

Mayor visits karate club

Mayor of Spennymoor, Cllr Clive Maddison visited the Chikara Dojo in Spennymoor recently, to present three students with awards.
Mark Anderson celebrates with the fans, but Chorley would go on to win the penalty shoot-out. Photo: Andrew Ferguson.

Play off penalty heartache for Moors

Spennymoor’s hopes of reaching the National League were dashed when Chorley won a tense penalty shoot out in the play off final...
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