Chapter 754, 27 November 2015

Chapter 754 November 27th 2015

Marathon man, Charlie Spedding, with pupils of Broom Cottages Primary School, returns to his roots to talk about his running and the benefits of ‘Activity Breaks’.


  • Marathon champion returns to roots to promote ‘Activity Breaks’
  • Stars of stop smoking service receive awards
  • Acclaimed tenor to visit school
  • Invitation to Ferryhill Christmas Fayre
  • Change of time for Tenlands Christmas
  • Aladdin coming to Ferryhill
  • Cleves Cross Christmas Fayre
  • Christmas at All Saints Church
  • No points for luckless Ferryhill bowlers
  • Elliott is Mr Teenage Britain 2015

Chapter 753, 20 November 2015

Chapter 753 November 20th 2015

Ferryhill in Bloom was one of a number of projects recognised in the Northumbria in Bloom contest, picking up a Silver Award.


  • Ferryhill in Bloom recognised with Silver Award
  • Ferryhill Town Council unveil new PA System
  • Child’s Play Nursery collects latest award for innovation
  • Town Band concert
  • Ready for Christmas at Tenlands
  • Dean Bank aims to be a part of the local community
  • Mainsforth and Ferryhill Station men remembered
  • Cleves Cross open afternoon
  • Ferryhill bodybuilding success
  • Ferryhill plumber responds to unusual SOS call

Chapter 752, 13 November 2015

Chapter 752 November 13th 2015

Driving instructors and their pupils gathered at the Eden Arms before their Big Learner Relay for Children in Need, adding to over £51,000 raised nationwide so far.


  • Instructors and learners drive up Children in Need funding
  • FBEC in prestigious Future Business Magnates challenge
  • Chilton Christmas lights
  • Funding vote needed for Memorial stone
  • Mayor joins Katie to open St Aidan’s View show homes
  • New Ferryhill History Society calendar now available
  • Halloween dancers at the Institute
  • Unclaimed prizes
  • Ferryhill boxer turns professional
  • Bowlers register first win, but rollercoaster ride continues

Chapter 751, 6 November 2015

Chapter 751 November 6th 2015

Kyran Richmond accepts a cheque for £175 from Laurie Simpson, manager of the Eden Arms Hotel, who raised the funds on a five-day circular walk in the Peak District.


  • Peak District walk raises funds for Kyran
  • Christmas Fayre at Endeavour
  • Ferryhill author to publish first novel in army life trilogy
  • Ferryhill Town Band in concert
  • More details added to Ferryhill Remembrance Day Parade
  • Renowned crafter treats FBEC students to arts workshop
  • Indie band releases BRASS-inspired songs for free
  • Over 60s enjoy lessons at Endeavour Woodcrafts
  • Scary Chilton children spook about in school playground
  • Winter Wonderland coach trip