Chapter 826, 28th April 2017

Chapter 826, 28th April 2017

Ferryhill Town Council is hosting a free public event on Saturday 6th May to celebrate the installation of new outdoor fitness equipment at the Broom Rec.

Stories:

  • Celebration event marks new equipment at Broom Rec
  • Art & Photography competition opens
  • DCC meets heads as Teaching Assistants review continues
  • Next WI speaker is the big cheese
  • Can you knit, crochet or sew?
  • Public and businesses invited to enter Ferryhill in Bloom 2017
  • Nominations requested for Ferryhill Civic Awards
  • Old time footballers
  • Celtic complete away fixtures with win
  • Town Youth to host annual tournament

Chapter 825, 21st April 2017

Chapter 825, 21st April 2017

Students from FBEC check out options with Engineering Technical and Professional tutor, Chris Dawson from New College Durham.

Stories:

  • FBEC Year 9 students get a taste of their future
  • Cancelled sky dive rescheduled for May
  • Catholic Club hosts Miners’ Banner fundraising night
  • Endeavour launches competition amid Easter Egg delight
  • Applications open for engineering apprenticeships
  • Easter Egg raffle winners donate prize to children’s ward
  • April film club at Community College
  • Mainsforth get the cricket season underway
  • U10s finish on high
  • Celtic on brink of Division One title

Chapter 824, 14th April 2017

Chapter 824, 14th April 2017

Phil Wilson MP with members of Chilton Primary Eco Group.

Stories:

  • MP visits primary school’s Eco group
  • Nominations in for local elections
  • College plans to open youth club
  • Very big quiz night for Miners’ Gala
  • Local bands tune up to record poignant track for Kynren
  • Preparations underway for Ferryhill summer fayre
  • FBEC students encourage girls to pursue science
  • An eggstremely eggciting competition!
  • Indoor programme draws to a close
  • Celtic promoted to Premier League

Chapter 823, 7th April 2017

Chapter 823, 7th April 2017

Beat the Street is underway in Ferryhill and Chilton where dozens of teams are competing to top the leaderboard, which also includes teams from Chester le Street.

Stories:

  • Running start for Beat the Street in Ferryhill
  • Neighbourscoop Watchers send strong message to community
  • Events proving popular at Endeavour
  • Landlord ordered to pay over £800 for licence breaches
  • Easter crafts & snacks
  • Enter CIC perform for Boadway & West End dignitaries
  • Ferryhill couple celebrate 60 happy years together
  • Seconds out as boxers raise funds for Kyran
  • Croquet Club to host free taster sessions
  • High fives as Celtic go clear at the top

Chapter 822, 31st March 2017

Chapter 822, 31st March 2017

Edward and Sylvia Bell are congratulated on reaching their golden wedding anniversary by Ferryhill’s mayor.

Stories:

  • Golden Wedding celebration for Edward and Sylvia
  • New activities at Ferryhill Hub studio
  • Budding scientists come together at Sedgefield NETPark
  • Ferryhill Station RBL free coffee morning
  • WI members entertained by talk
  • The “Charlies” of Tudhoe St Charles School
  • FBEC students compete at School Games
  • Peter celebrates 90th with life membership of Ferryhill IBC
  • Town Youth U9s win away at local rivals
  • Celtic knock leaders off summit

Chapter 821, 24th March 2017

Chapter 821, 24th March 2017

Beat the Street, the walking, running and cycling challenge was launched at Dean Bank Literary Institute last week.

Stories:

  • Health challenge will see streets turned into live game
  • Dixon’s descendent to be guest speaker
  • Margaret & Ivan are a golden couple
  • Cleves cross ladies to ride 100km for charity
  • Bill & Sandra celebrate fifty years together
  • Ferryhill fire halts northern line trains
  • Local artist and author release children’s book
  • Charity event held in newly renamed ‘Tommy’s Bar’
  • Pressure’s off for IBC
  • Thrilling final minutes for Celtic

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