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The Big Brass Bash is set to return to Spennymoor’s Jubilee Park on 19th July.

Big Brass Bash returns to Spennymoor

Top brass bands are once again set to party in the parks of County Durham this summer when Brass, Durham’s liveliest festival,...
Spennymoor’s Lewis Askwith in action at UK Strongest Kid 2019 in St Albans during the Easter weekend.

Lewis is UK’s strongest kid

Spennymoor teenager, Lewis Askwith has been named the UK’s Strongest Kid after winning the competition in St Albans on Easter Monday.
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...
Boys Climbing Fence, Norman Cornish. Copyright: © Estate of Norman Cornish. Courtesy of Mining Art Gallery, The Auckland Project.

Norman Cornish Centenary commemorated

The County Durham mining community that provided a lifetime of inspiration for artist Norman Cornish, will sit at the heart of a...
The Babe Magnets, Jim Tait and Alan Prudhoe present Dementia Care Worker, Rowena Carr with a cheque for £1,500.

Coo blimey! Pigeon fanciers raise £1,500

A gala night for pigeon fanciers has given the  Alzheimer’s Society something to coo about, thanks to County Durham musician, Jim Tait.
The cast of Oliver are set to take to the stage at Spennymoor Town Hall next week.

Crime wave expected in Spennymoor

Residents are being warned that crime in Spennymoor could increase during the period February 7th to the 9th! Intelligence...
Professional company, Odd Socks Entertainments will perform the classic tale of Sleeping Beauty at the Everyman Theatre in December.

Sleeping Beauty comes to the Everyman

Don’t prick your finger on a spinning wheel bobbin… unless you want to meet a charming Prince! Lots of...
Spennymoor Town Band, including soon to be crowned Roy Newsome Memorial Shield winner, Michael MacDonald (crouched, front right), were given a send off by Town Mayor and Mayoress, Cllrs Clive and Liz Maddison. Photo: John Teasdale, The Studio.

Town Band shines in National Brass Band Finals

Spennymoor Town Band have been congratulated by the Town Mayor for their performances at the National Brass Band Finals of Great Britain,...
Alisha Cowie from Spennymoor has been crowned the new Miss England and now heads to China for the Miss World contest.

Alisha is crowned Miss England

Alisha Cowie, a 19-year old law student and Spennymoor resident has been voted as the new Miss England in the final at...
Alfie Joey Painting

Presenter turns painter with exhibition at Town Hall

ALFIE JOEY is a man of many talents, not only is he the jovial presenter of the BBC Radio Newcastle Breakfast Show,...
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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...