Submitted by Name: Carlito Sway From: Ferryhill E-mail: Contact
Comments: Please, for the love of god, stop publishing those horrendous poems by Vince Elsbury ex Chilton. They make my eyes bleed.
Admin reply: Err, you don't have to read them.
Added: June 5, 2011
Submitted by Name: no name From: ferryhill E-mail: Contact
Comments: dalkia in chilton has put all it,s staff on 4 weeks notis and is telling the staff if they do not work 4 on4 of the woodplant will shutdown ? so much for workers being set on from chilton dalkia is a joke ?
Added: April 3, 2011
Submitted by Name: david hodgson From: liverpool (originally ferryhill) E-mail: Contact
Comments: i am looking for a pictur from either 2006 or 2007 it was taken at an art exhibition in the town hall of my two sons conor and callum hodgson it appeared in the chapter around this time if anyone can help i wouldbe grateful
Added: March 17, 2011
Submitted by Name: Neil Thaler From: London E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi I am looking to find information on Ferryhill Athletic in the early 1980s. A player, John Grady played for Ferryhill before joining Whitby Town FC.
Does anyone have info on the club or who might know John's playing record?
Thanks in advance.
Added: January 19, 2011
Submitted by Name: denise ord From: chilton E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi i was born in Bp Auckland 1960 and lived in Chilton untill i was 23 i moved away to Selby in Yorkshire,lived here for the past 27 years.But now we are wanting to move back home thought bout Ferryhill can anyone advise me on houses to buy what area to avoid what area is ok?also whats it like living in Ferryhill? Its been that long since i have been away i know you can`t get warmer friendlier people.Any advice would be very much appreciated.Thankyou. Denise.
Added: September 11, 2010
Submitted by Name: Leanne Taylor From: Ferryhill E-mail: Contact
Comments: My dog broke free from a garden in chilon this morning
he is a black smooth coat chihuahua only 11 month old
he was spotted heading towards ferryhill on the by-pass
if anybody has seen him can you call 01740 650515
Added: August 18, 2010
Submitted by Name: jenny lister From: kent, england E-mail: Contact
Comments: I'm very glad to have found this site, and enjoy reading it's news. Like some other Guests I am doing family research too, and I now know that my great grandfather James Taylor was an innkeeper during the 1870's/80's at Bridge Inn, 1 High St. Whitworth (Spennymoor) and one of his sons - my grandfather - married Bertha Coates and had 5 children and lived at Ferryhill when my mother was small. Mother was named Kitty Taylor, her siblings were Minnie Taylor, Betty Taylor, Edna Taylor and Thomas Taylor. I've been trying to find out who James Taylor's father and mother were - there are a lot of Taylors in the north-east!
Added: August 18, 2010
Submitted by Name: darren whelan From: ferryhill E-mail: Contact
Comments: i am currently serving out in afganistan and when i get the chance its good to keep up with all the crack and cracker jacks from home. cheers
Added: July 5, 2010
Submitted by Name: kieran timms From: ferryhill E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: jenny From: kent, england E-mail: Contact
Comments: I've come across your paper while researching family online. I'd be glad to know more about West Street, Ferryhill as my mother was born there in 1917, the youngest daughter of Thomas and Bertha Taylor. Her name was Kitty Taylor. Her eldest sister, Minnie Taylor, briefly taught Kitty in a local school at Ferryhill. Minnie stayed a teacher all her life and never married. I believe the family moved from Ferryhill before Kitty turned 10 years old. She remembered the sound of explosions from 'The Cut' .