Chapter Issue 660 – January 31st 2014

Chapter 660  January 31st 2014

Pat-and-Howard

Stories:

  • A golden couple
  • Chilton Mayor’s fundraisers
  • Funding set to make a difference to groups
  • Pub operating licence amended after complaints
  • Nominations now open for 2014 Civic Awards
  • Do you know this man?
  • Police crack down on speeding in Ferryhill & Chilton
  • Post Boy to hold fundraiser
  • Appeal for six month old cancer sufferer Savannah
  • New courses at Chilton College
  • Man jailed after beating girlfriend in unprovoked attack
  • Beetle drive
  • Social night
  • Café 66 launches new website
  • Boxer defends 2 European titles in 5 weeks

Chapter Issue 659 – January 24th 2014

Chapter 659  January 24th 2014

Little-ANT-&-DEC

Stories:

  • School delighted as Little Ant & Dec open Nursery Unit
  • Vigilance is the key at allotment sites
  • Friends of the Park
  • The use of Money
  • Burglars take-away
  • Could your company be a part of the mayhem?
  • Graduates given internship at college
  • WI enjoy girls’ night out
  • Not guilty pleas
  • Cemetery toilets locked
  • Community to benefit from freezer stock
  • Pub operating licence under review
  • Man accused of stealing from OAP
  • Seconds Out Boxing keeping their Guards
  • Last tickets for snooker legends

New plans for The Black Bull submitted

blckbullplans

New plans were submitted to Durham County Council on 11th December 2013 by Amber Taverns for the Black Bull pub. The company, which is based in Blackpool, Lancashire have bought the Black Bull after it has been shuttered for many months, and want to turn it into a Sports Bar. There will be structural changes to the inside and outside of the building, with the frontal aspect featuring larger, full height windows and an external veranda. The inside will be opened out and they also plan an outdoor area to the rear of the property.

The plans can be accessed on the Durham County Council website here

Chapter Issue 658 – January 17th 2014

Chapter 658  January 17th 2014

medal

Stories:

  • Do you know someone who deserves a medal?
  • Library email and text alerts
  • ‘The Use of Money’
  • Ferryhill Carrs Nature Reserve threatened by vandals
  • ‘Four Housing’ – open house event
  • Dene Terrace consultation
  • Ferryhill dance to change venue
  • Unlicensed driver crashed trying to overtake turning van
  • Valentine’s fundraiser
  • Due in Court
  • Traineeships on Target
  • Man assaulted
  • Ferryhill Community Hub Indoor Bowls
  • Ferryhill Celtic

Chapter Issue 657 – January 10th 2014

Chapter 657 January 10th 2013

coop

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 grow found
Cracked windscreen
2013 UK Bus Awards
Nominations now open for 2014 Civic Awards
Nursing Home enjoys Christmas parties
Boost your basic skills
Responsible dog owners pledge to do the right thing
Band raise funds for Banner Group
Celtic’s winning streak continues
Town Youth

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 opening in 1835 to it’s eventual closure to passengers on 6th March 1967.

There are examples of timetables and and rail network maps, along with old tickets and pictures. Well worth a visit for those who are old enough to remember it.

Ferryhill Station c. 1905