Chapter 815, 10th February 2017

Chapter 815, 10th February 2017

Members of Cleves Cross Mini Police helped PCSO Louise Armstrong record the licence plates of vehicles speeding along Wood Lane.

Stories:

  • Mini Police help keep Ferryhill and Chilton roads safe
  • Free pizza and pop at Ferryhill Hub
  • Michael Chaplin guests for History Society
  • Rupert Bear illustrator to help create Ferryhill and Chilton book
  • FBEC students ensure ‘Arena Gig’ is a sell out
  • Millennium Mayor passes away
  • Teaching Assistants to hold ‘day of solidarity’ march
  • School car park re-surfacing works
  • Aimee secures European belt as Aidan wins debut Pro-Am
  • Celtic leapfrog Dynamoes after win

Chapter 814, 3rd February 2017

Chapter 814, 3rd February 2017

The A688 junction with Leeman’s Lane is closed for the remainder of the Thinford roundabout roadworks due to safety corncerns over the increase in traffic through Hett.

Stories:

  • Road closure in response to safety concerns
  • Mentor scheme calls for volunteers
  • “It was all good clean fun back then…”
  • Be an AAP board member
  • Ceilidh and haggis at Burns Night fundraiser
  • School raises awareness of young carers
  • Autism support group expands
  • Mainsforth CC pay respects to club legend, Tom Stoddart
  • Billy Snaith to fight for British belt
  • Last gasp Celtic end unbeaten run

Chapter 813, 27th January 2017

Chapter 813, 27th January 2017

King George V Playing Fields, locally know as the Broom Rec, is set to receive a complete facelift after funding was secured by Ferryhill Town Council.

Stories:

  • Work begins to regenerate King George V Playing Field
  • Glitz & Glam Ball for Kyran and scouts
  • Emily celebrates poster competition win
  • Generous donation received by Endeavour Woodcrafts
  • Labour councillors surgery
  • Call for more volunteers as new activities scheduled for Hub
  • Cleves Cross students become little life-savers
  • Chess club seeks players of all ages
  • Ferryhill ladies in Mason Trophy success
  • Celtic through in Heart Foundation Cup

Chapter 812, 20th January 2017

Chapter 812, 20th January 2017

Pupils Thomas Hughes, Jay Purdy, Ciena Jordan, Eve Stewart and Jarred Webster with Mrs Brentnall, Mr Sheard and Councillor John Lindsay.

Stories:

  • “Drive like YOUR kids live here,” plead local school pupils
  • Thinford roadworks under way
  • MP to host Brexit surgery at Ferryhill Town Hall
  • New drama club seeks performers
  • Teachers wanted for Russian schools visit
  • Free courses continue at Endeavour Woodcrafts
  • Help available to avoid the winter money blues
  • Celtic set up cup semi-final derby against Dynamoes
  • Bowlers’ return dampened
  • Mainsforth Cricket Club to host AGM and entertainment

Chapter 811, 13th January 2017

Chapter 811, 13th January 2017

A site at Thirlmere Road, Ferryhill, has been prepared as part of a three-year programme to build 70 new houses by homes and communities business, livin.

Stories:

  • Work under way on new house building programme
  • Junior Club’s film receives world premier next week
  • Activities at the Institute
  • Film and Fun Night at St Aidan’s
  • Proof of address needed at foodbank
  • Healthy mum gets a new lease of life
  • Film club kicks off the new year with Helen Mirren thriller
  • Police appeal after dogs stolen
  • Cabinet responds to poverty
  • Ten man Celtic lose to nine man Boldon in County Cup

Chapter 810, 6th January 2017

Chapter 810, 6th January 2017

Ferryhill Mayor, Cllr Peter Atkinson, with his band of brave volunteers as they prepare to set off for Seaburn and a chilly charity fundraising Boxing Day Dip.

Stories:

  • Mayor and volunteers brave Seaburn seas for Boxing Day Dip
  • Mam campaigns for allergy testing
  • Free courses for the local community
  • New look for Friday lunches
  • Wellbeing for Life returns in new year
  • Sign up for garden waste collection
  • Santa hands out gifts at children’s disco
  • Begin the New Year with free group exercise classes
  • Tenlands get into the spirit of Christmas with Ferryhill police
  • Three months of roadworks at Thinford roundabout

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