Veteran Harry Oliver at the launch of Coming Home in Spennymoor.

Exhibition explores soldiers’ experiences of returning home

A prisoner of war’s 400-mile march to freedom is among the stories featured within a new exhibition exploring what it was like...

Moors thump Lancaster in FA Cup

Spennymoor won their first FA Cup tie since 2016 with the help of two goals from the returning Glen Taylor against Lancaster...
Edna Ripley, born in Spennymoor, accepts the Chairman’s Medal from Cllr John Lethbridge.

Edna receives Chairman’s Medal

A blind woman who has dedicated her life to helping others with a visual impairment has been awarded County Durham’s highest honour.
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...
David Mason at Binchester Roman Fort.

Dig deeper into local archaeology

An annual day for archaeology enthusiasts is back next month. County Durham Archaeology Day, arranged and hosted annually by...
A Cricket World Cup fanzone in Nottingham.

Cricket World Cup fever gripping County Durham

Cricket World Cup fever is well and truly gripping the nation and one of the world’s biggest sport events is now just days...
Spennymoor Town's players celebrate after scoring.

Subs star in late Leamington victory

Spennymoor once again left it late as substitutes Adam Boyes and Mark Anderson ended Leamington’s unbeaten home record, and in the process,...
Eliot Smith Dance will be performing POPPY as part of ‘Triple Bill’ at the Everyman Theatre in May.

‘Triple Bill’ of dance at Everyman

Eliot Smith Dance, the Newcastle based contemporary dance company, is set to perform its Triple Bill production at Spennymoor’s Settlement Everyman...

Believe continues to build its apprenticeship programme

A successful apprenticeship programme by one of the regions largest housing associations is set to grow by more than a quarter.
Benjamin, Kaden, Anya, Emily, Eliza, Aiden, James, India, Poppy and Tobias from St Charles with their teaching assistants Mrs Ingleby and Mrs Beard.

St Charles pupils stand tallest in growing challenge

Children from St Charles RVCA Primary School in Spennymoor have been standing proud since finding out that they grew the tallest sunflower...
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Moors thump Lancaster in FA Cup

Spennymoor won their first FA Cup tie since 2016 with the help of two goals from the returning Glen Taylor against Lancaster...