Chapter 835, 30th June 2017

Chapter 835, 30th June 2017

Participants in the Ferryhill and Chilton Beat the Street game came together for a  celebration event at Broom Cottages Primary School this week.

Stories:

  • Ferryhill and Chilton celebrate Beat the Street!
  • MND Association asks for your support
  • FBEC students impress at science challenge
  • Ferryhill set for annual parade of miners’ banners
  • Chilton pupils hear creepy tales along Whitby’s cliffs
  • Donate your child’s old uniform
  • Officers talk to students about the dangers of deliberate fires
  • Mini-Police are breathalysed by Durham Constabulary
  • Enterprising FBEC students enjoy a game of Bubble Football
  • Ferryhill Celtic reunion planned

Chapter 834, 23rd June 2017

Chapter 834, 23rd June 2017

Mayor of Chilton, Cllr Tonya Duprey and  Town Clerk, Paul Gray with a damaged dog control sign. Three other signs have been removed but not recovered.

Stories:

  • Chilton play and other areas suffering from vandalism
  • Ferryhill car park refurb completed
  • Ferryhill charity receives a fundraising boost
  • Coffee morning at Royal British Legion
  • Tenlands Care Home enjoys fifth annual Open Day
  • Alco ices spark police warning
  • Info sought on World War soldiers
  • Cancer fundraisers
  • Ferryhill Workingmen’s Club set to welcome Frank Bruno
  • Awards at Celtic presentation night

Chapter 832, 9th June 2017

Chapter 832, 9th June 2017

Community Health Champion, Maria Freeman, has been volunteering with Wellbeing for Life for over a year.

Stories:

  • Wellbeing for Life celebrates Volunteers Week/li>
  • New family history courses
  • Sing with Florence and Buster at Chilton Film Clubs
  • The Happy Cats set to entertain local audiences
  • Institute want to hear from groups searching for venue
  • Line Dancing at St Aidan’s
  • Awards celebrate environmental champions
  • Ferryhill Community Action Group meetings
  • Shock for local boxing as Billy Snaith hangs up his gloves
  • Celtic sweep boards at league awards

Chapter 831, 2nd June 2017

Chapter 831, 2nd June 2017

Kendra Milne, Durham County Council neighbourhood warden; Ian Hoult, neighbourhood protection manager; and Denise Kelly, north of England campaigns manager for the Dogs Trust.

Stories:

  • Town Councils support new rules for dog owners
  • Public reminded of hot weather safety
  • Armed Forces Day flag raising in Ferryhill
  • Concerns over missing Ferryhill woman
  • Reiki classes are going from strength to strength at Chilton
  • St Luke’s Summer Fayre
  • Leanne leaps for Epilepsy UK
  • 1,500 volunteers give county a Big Spring Clean
  • Wellbeing courses in Ferryhill
  • Mainsforth prevail in thrilling T20 cup tie

Chapter 830, 26th May 2017

Chapter 830, 26th May 2017

Ferryhill’s Market Place car park will be closed between Sunday 4th and Monday 12th June for resurfacing works.

Stories:

  • Resurfacing of market place car park
  • Police allay fears after terror attack
  • Have a stress free summer
  • Ferryhill & Chilton Town Councils welcome new Mayors
  • Charity Day raises funds for autism
  • Nominations requested for Ferryhill Civic Awards
  • Public and businesses invited to enter Ferryhill in Bloom 2017
  • Nocturnal animals at the library
  • Apprenticeship Roadshow a success
  • A winning weekend for Mainsforth CC