Chapter 741, 28 August 2015

Chapter 741 August 28th 2015

Ian Tutty has raised over £2,500 since June and is now planning his next cycle - the 950-mile ‘Ride Across Britain’ from Land’s End to John O’Groats.

Stories:

  • Land’s End to John O’Groats next for prolific fundraiser
  • Plans for new facilities at pub site
  • Chilton enjoys a successful Gala Day
  • Kelly planning a big coffee morning
  • Weekend Fun Fair at Ferryhill town centre
  • Residents invited to have a say on local issues
  • WI enjoy summer cooking demo
  • Mainsforth re-climb table after comfortable away win
  • A bad week for the Dynamoes
  • Chilton Thai Boxing move to pavilion

Chapter 740, 21 August 2015

Chapter 740 August 21st 2015

Singer Siobhan Viggars entertains the guests with songs from the 40s, 50s and 60s.

Stories:

  • Teenagers host successful afternoon tea for Age UK
  • Crash rescue hero ‘in the right place at the right time’
  • Chilton ‘bully’ jailed for chip shop assault
  • Fun in the library
  • A few seats left for popular Bury trip
  • Noted archaeologist to speak
  • August bank holiday bin collections
  • Mainsforth fall to first defeat but all are winners on Sunday
  • Dynamoes keep up winning form
  • Celtic trounce in-form Durham County

Chapter 739, 14 August 2015

Chapter 739 August 14th 2015

Before and after: Shevaun Robson had her locks chopped off to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support in tribute to family members, including her Nana who is a current sufferer.

Stories:

  • Shevaun ‘braves the shave’ to raise funds for Macmillan
  • Enter CIC to perform Home Fires by popular demand
  • Chilton Club calling all dancers
  • Speedwatch finds one in five drivers speeding into village
  • Ferryhill Six to host charity stall
  • Ladder Centre coffee morning
  • Expansion for furniture charity
  • Mainsforth comfortably beat second placed Dawdon
  • Dynamoes romp home in extra time
  • Celtic open campaign with cup win

Chapter 738, 7 August 2015

Chapter 738 August 7th 2015

Youngsters from Ferryhill were able to meet characters from the movies Frozen and Spiderman at the busy Ferryhill Summer Fayre on Sunday 2nd August.

Stories:

  • Ferryhill Summer Fayre hailed as a great success
  • Battle for A167 lighting continues
  • Police warn of counterfeit coins in the area
  • Local MP seeks views from constituency charity groups
  • Thursday fun at Ferryhill library
  • Search goes on for missing Darren Lawler
  • Environment awards deadline extended
  • Grants up to £5,000 available
  • Parents and coaches hit the dance floor
  • Fundraising boost for Ferryhill Town under 11s

Chapter 736, 24 July 2015

Chapter 736 July 24th 2015

One of Eddie Fuller’s photographs, following the Blessing of the Banner, outside Chilton Workingmen’s Club.

Stories:

  • Chilton supports Durham Big Meeting
  • Police seize alcohol in bid to keep school-leavers safe
  • Ferryhill musician to donate proceeds to charity
  • Endeavour are ‘blooming’ great
  • Summer library events
  • Summer fair
  • Georgia is newest Gala Princess
  • Enjoy a day trip with The Chapter
  • Under 13s win tournament without conceding a single goal
  • Chilton Club CC triumph for third year running

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