Chapter Issue 684 – July 18th 2014

Chapter 684 July 18th 2014

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Stories:

  • Ferryhill students are Future Business Magnates
  • Chilton Town Council casual vacancy
  • Chilton author releases fifth book
  • Enter CIC commemorates First World War with original musical
  • Senior citizens are off to York
  • Children’s summer entertainment
  • History Society meeting
  • Historic County Flags Day
  • Annual parading of the Miners Banners
  • Massive achievement
  • New look for FBEC
  • Council to tackle Vandalism
  • Prison for Ferryhill Man
  • Teen fined for kicking car
  • School holds annual red carpet award celebration
  • Old scout badge found
  • Social evening
  • Kirk Merrington Under 12s at Saltburn Gala
  • Mainsforth Cricket Club
  • Chilton Residents’ Association
  • The Ferryhill Six

Chapter Issue 683 – July 11th 2014

Chapter 683  July 11th 2014

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Stories:

  • Furniture restoration scheme
  • Healthwatch
  • Wind farm
  • Charity football
  • Mastering the composting campaign
  • Art & Photography Exhibition
  • Neighbourhood Watch
  • NDG Fun day
  • Anti-Bullying Funding for Ferryhill Students
  • Disabled parking enforcement
  • Industrial action
  • Durham County Maths Challenge
  • Decking damaged
  • Endeavour Woodcrafts help Ferryhill bloom
  • Damage to Dean Bank Park
  • Scooter stolen
  • Mayor’s first charity evening
  • Information request
  • ‘Stupid’ Subway theft would have cost taxpayer
  • The Secondary Olympics
  • Mainsforth Cricket Club
  • New players needed

Chapter Issue 682 – July 4th 2014

Chapter 682  July 4th 2014

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Stories:

  • Residents of Ferryhill protest to protect greenfield land
  • Chilton food bank on the way
  • Ferryhill History Society trip to York
  • Environment Awards
  • Open mike / buskers night
  • Due in court
  • Have a say on voting venues
  • Part of A689 set for resurfacing
  • “Bitter sweet day”
  • Ferryhill and Chilton Medical Practice
  • Damage caused to door
  • Teen fined for damage to car
  • New £130,000 multi-sensory room
  • Appeal for old school photos
  • St. Aidan’s Church Fair
  • Support Heel and Toe in the Great North Run
  • Jobcentre claims Ferryhill women is fit for work
  • Miners’ Strike 1984/85: 30th Anniversary
  • Chilton Club win 2014 Novice Cricket Competition
  • Aidan North East Area Champion

Chapter Issue 681 – June 27th 2014

Chapter 681  June 27th 2014

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Stories:

  • Town saddened at passing of former Councillor
  • Are you the next Gala Princess?
  • Service cancelled
  • County Durham Environment Awards 2014
  • Stalls still available at gala
  • Discover Georgian Ferryhill
  • Recurring subscriptions – a bitter pill to swallow
  • Armed Forces Day Flag raised
  • B & M Bargains supports senior citizens trip
  • Go along to Cleves Cross Summer Fair
  • Fundraising success
  • Co-op staff tackle muddy obstacle course for charity
  • WI learn about life in Iraq
  • Summer Fayre
  • Cannabis grows
  • Charity market stall
  • Beetle Drive
  • Allotment thefts
  • Operation spoke continues
  • A weekend of variable team performances
  • Presentation night
  • AGM

Chapter Issue 680 – June 20th 2014

Chapter 680  June 20th 2014

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Stories:

  • Ferryhill student wins Youth in the Community Award
  • Mayor’s Charity Evening
  • Summer Coffee Morning
  • Endeavour are blooming marvellous
  • Police appeal for white transit van which broke a teen’s foot
  • Three local ladies sky dive for charity
  • Cleves Cross Summer Fair
  • Stolen mountain bike
  • The Ferryhill History Society
  • Tenlands Deputy Manager accepted for MSc
  • Zumba Gold
  • Table Top Sale
  • Chilton Residents’ Association
  • Pensioner guilty of sexually assaulting women on the bus
  • Mainsforth Cricket Club round-up
  • Local man joins England squad

Chapter Issue 679 – June 13th 2014

Chapter 679  June 13th 2014

Kyran

Stories:

  •  Sir Ian Botham shows his support for Kyran
  • Trip to Southport Flower Show
  • Ferryhill Nursery Top 10 in our region
  • Town Council supports local organisations
  • The Social Resource Centre celebrates its 20th Anniversary
  • Preparations underway for gala
  • Ferryhill man fined for abusing police over hospital complaint
  • New category added
  • New project will support young people
  • DVD celebrates mining heritage
  • Artwork brings a piece of history to new development
  • Tenlands open day
  • An apology
  • Dance & Fitness
  • New Dance Generation success at regional championships
  • Vintage Rally returns
  • Enter CIC Entertainment Cafe
  • Race Night
  • Teen who filmed dogs killing a fox is jailed
  • Mainsforth Cricket Club round-up

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