New plans for The Black Bull submitted

New plans were submitted to Durham County Council on 11th December 2013 by Amber Taverns for the Black Bull pub. The company, which is...

Chapter Issue 658 – January 17th 2014

Chapter 658  January 17th 2014 Stories: Do you know someone who deserves a medal? Library email and text alerts ‘The Use of Money’ Ferryhill Carrs Nature Reserve threatened by...

Chapter Issue 657 – January 10th 2014

Chapter 657 January 10th 2013 Stories: Co-operative Funeralcare thank residents for support New Year at the LADDER Centre Keep calm and try scouting Hitting the hotspots to keep warm Cannabis...

Disused Railway Stations : Ferryhill

Website : Dis-used Stations : Ferryhill Readers may be interested that Alan Young has an excellent web page detailing the history of Ferryhill Station, from it's...

Ferryhill Chapter Christmas Edition 2013

Chapter Christmas Issue 656 Stories: A Christmas Golden Wedding Dog fouling issues in Chilton Civic Carol Service Police aim to put a spoke in the wheels of bike thieves Children...

Chapter Issue 655 December 20th 2013

Chapter Issue 655 - December 20th 2013 Enter CIC get into the Christmas Spirit Ferryhill Six charity stall Conditional discharge for teen Success at regional street dance championships Chilton library...

Chapter Issue 654 – December 13th 2013

Chapter Issue 654 Stories: Ferryhill’s Annual Christmas Fayre enjoyed by all Mayor’s charity fund grows ViVo Christmas Concert Community groups receive funds after public vote Charity Bungee Ferryhill Six fundraisers Crack down on...
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Work is underway to transform the outdated Festival Walk shopping precinct in Spennymoor.

Works begin at Festival Walk

Work to transform the outdated Festival Walk shopping precinct in Spennymoor has started this week. Redevelopment plans were finalised...
Bishops Pipers sound Reveille during the Chilton Remembrance service.

Chilton remembers the fallen

Spennymoor's official Remembrance service.

Spennymoor remembers