Chapter Issue 690 – August 29th 2014

Chapter 690 August 29th 2014

FBEC

Stories:

  •  Ferryhill break records as County GCSE pupils score high
  • Chapter coach trip to Bury Market
  • Postal changes
  • Successful Vivo Summer Charity Concert
  • Ferryhill man part of HGVs theft plot
  • TV theft
  • Summer Fare
  • Community Hub Leek Club
  • Smoke-free play areas – Have your say
  • Chilton residents cycle 110 miles for charity
  • Macmillan coffee
  • St. Aidan’s Church
  • Cornforth resident wanted for ABH
  • Think before you drink!
  • Local author publishes sequel book
  • Independent members sought for Police and Crime Panel
  • Ferryhill man broke into mobility car for £15 in change
  • Miraculous win for Mainsforth
  • Ferryhill Celtic

Chapter Issue 689 – August 22nd 2014

Chapter 689 August 22nd 2014

New-dance-generation

Stories:

  • Super Summer Gala
  • New Chilton Town Councillor appointed
  • Bank holiday bin collections
  • A golden couple
  • Ferryhill & Chilton in WWI
  • Brothers run in memory of mother
  • Landlords urged to follow licence conditions
  • Summer fare
  • Charity band night
  • Bank holiday
  • Lottery Grant
  • NHS march hits Ferryhill
  • Macmillan coffee
  • A course right for you
  • “A Fair Kind of Life”
  • Mainsforth lose at Tudhoe
  • Lights go out on the Dynamos
  • Chilton Thai Boxing Fighters

Chapter Issue 688 – August 15th 2014

Chapter 688 August 15th 2014

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Stories:

  •  Ferryhill Summer Gala this weekend
  • Bank holiday
  • Artwork and Poetry in WWI Exhibition
  • Chilton fundraisers to complete 110 mile bike ride
  • Defendant ‘escapes’ prison
  • Summer Fayre
  • Charity Car Wash
  • Chapter coach trip to Bury Market
  • Have your say on broadband coverage
  • Keep clear of loan sharks and win £100 of shopping vouchers
  • Endeavour Woodcrafts appeal
  • Guide to a new start
  • Independent members sought for Police and Crime Panel
  • The Ferryhill Six
  • Speeding motorists to be issued warnings
  • Bogus canvassers
  • Due in court
  • Mainsforth Cricket Club record double win over Esh Winning
  • Ferryhill Dynamoes win close first game in extra time

Chapter Issue 687 – August 8th 2014

Chapter 687 August 8th 2014

CDFHS

Stories:

  •  Celebrating 10 years of the Furniture Help Scheme
  • Summer entertainment
  • Adult learning
  • Furniture Help Scheme
  • Local artist Norman Cornish dies
  • Speed Watch operating in Ferryhill
  • Cannabis grow
  • Environment Awards
  • Have your say on Children’s Centres
  • Angling club
  • Charity Band Night
  • New uniform requirements
  • Single contact number for neighbourhood wardens
  • Have your say on wheelchair services
  • Ferryhill Summer Gala
  • Road closures & temporary bus stops
  • Mainsforth Cricket Club
  • Ferryhill Celtic
  • Ferryhilll Dynamoes

Chapter Issue 686 – August 1st 2014

Chapter 686 August 1st 2014

Ian-Tutty

Stories:

  • Local resident tackles Etape Pennines for Cancer care
  • Children’s holiday entertainment
  • Police Open Day
  • A Golden Couple
  • WW1 prayer and remembrance
  • Ferryhill Six
  • Mini Generation require sponsors
  • Ringing the changes
  • Due in court
  • Arrested for suspicion of indecent exposure
  • Dinosaur on the rampage
  • Apprentice chef to cater for prestigious oyster festival
  • Phones, food and satnavs are distracting drivers
  • Serious collision in Ferryhill
  • Get your Check 4 Life
  • Students get a taste of the real world!
  • New Chilton Foodbank praised by mayor
  • Reception class teacher retires after 34 years
  • England shoot for gold in the international event
  • Mainsforth Cricket Club
  • Ferryhill Celtic secure place in final

Chapter Issue 685 – July 25th 2014

Chapter 685 July 25th 2014

Cancer-Trust-Image

Stories:

  • Dedicated teacher raises money for Teenage Cancer Trust
  • New Macmillan outreach services
  • Pupils want sex and relationship education in their curriculum
  • Entertainment in Ferryhill Library
  • Neighbourhood Watch
  • Commemorate WW1
  • Ferryhill Village WI
  • Celebrating a new school
  • Summer Charity Concert
  • Chilton Foodbank
  • Lollipop lady retires after 12 years
  • Zumba Gold
  • ‘Peace’ at Tenlands
  • Charity Skydive
  • ‘Cocaine party’
  • Denehurst fayre
  • Disruption to A167
  • Strawberry Tea
  • Growing concerns for missing women
  • Olympics Week
  • Beaten by the weather

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