Chapter Issue 663 – February 21st 2014

Chapter 663  February  21st 2014



  • Durham Flag Ale marks County Durham Day
  • New singing classes at Enter CIC
  • ‘The Great Chilton Dig’ – an update
  • Ferryhill E-Cafe awarded Young Carer’s Charter
  • Help local couple win dream wedding
  • Police issue warning about offroad bikes
  • Holidaymakers warned to plan their travel jabs well in advance
  • Methodist Carol Singers
  • Ferryhill Station Post Office to relocate
  • Good neighbour of the year
  • ‘Tess Tickle and The Dragettes’
  • Cleves Cross Spiritualist Medium
  • PACT meetings tackle ani-social behaviour
  • Due in court
  • Valentine’s cake bake
  • Allotment thief arrested
  • Speedwatch
  • Bulbs donated
  • Blood drive
  • Special reasons application
  • Not guilty plea
  • An evening of Clairvoyance
  • Teen headbutts injured man on his way to hospital
  • Ferryhill Town Youth vs Polton Allstars
  • Knock-out football competition and family fun day


Chapter Issue 662 – February 14th 2014

Chapter 662  February  14th 2014



  • Grant to performing arts group transforms young lives
  • Town Band success at local contest
  • Ferryhill Six
  • Psychic Night
  • Foodbank support
  • Animal Story to visit Ferryhill
  • Special reasons application
  • Due in court
  • Mayor’s Charity Quiz Night
  • Centenary of the First World War
  • Bingo and Raffle
  • Pupils enjoy a day with the dog section
  • The heart of the community
  • Get involved with 4 together action partnership
  • Ferryhill Celtic in Durham League Cup Semi-final
  • Ferryhill Indoor Bowls Club

Chapter Issue 661 – February 7th 2014

Chapter 661  February  7th 2014



  • Improving customer services
  • Young Carers
  • ‘Remain vigilant’
  • Former Chilton Councillor passes away
  • Food Hygiene and First Aid courses
  • No insurance
  • Chilton Walking for Health Group
  • Still time to nominate someone for a medal
  • ‘Most deserving’ for a holiday
  • Enter CIC Arts Enabled Classes
  • New Dance Generation first to take street dance exam
  • Misused bikes/quads to be seized
  • The heart of the community
  • Ferryhill comprehensive school reunion class of 84
  • Driver disqualified
  • Nominations are still available for 2014 Civic Awards
  • Community Health Outreach Service
  • Mayhem makers needed
  • Cricket season junior sessions
  • SAFC coaches for Wembley

Chapter Issue 660 – January 31st 2014

Chapter 660  January 31st 2014



  • 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



  • 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


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

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