Chapter 750, 30 October 2015

Chapter 750 October 30th 2015

Mayor of Chilton, Cllr Elizabeth Bruce, helped the children of Chilton Primary School to plant spring bulbs last week.

Stories:

  • Mayor helps Chilton youngsters to plant spring bulbs
  • Motorists urged to check cars for winter
  • Wine not join St Luke’s?
  • Details announced of Ferryhill’s Remembrance Day Parade
  • Plenty of fireworks displays to choose from this November
  • Primary school pupils invited to design police Christmas card
  • Party at Tenlands!
  • Andy sings for Stray Aid
  • Ferryhill close to a shock win
  • Relentless Under 8s steamroller the Railwaymen

Chapter 747, 9 October 2015

Chapter 747 October 9th 2015

Staff and students from Ferryhill Business and Enterprise College were joined by members of the Ecafe in ‘Run the Spectrum’ for the North East Autism Society.

Stories:

  • Primary school pupils launch poop scoop campaign
  • Funding available for green fingers
  • Child’s Play highly commended at Nursery World Awards
  • Poppies available at Ferryhill Town Hall
  • Ferryhill author hopes book will raise funds for charity
  • Children’s half term entertainment
  • New teams to support children, young people and families
  • Police warn drivers to secure vehicles and hide valuables
  • Ferryhill fighter set for pro debut
  • Ferryhill Youth sides progress in cup tournaments

Chapter 746, 2 October 2015

Chapter 746 October 2nd 2015

Staff and students from Ferryhill Business and Enterprise College were joined by members of the Ecafe in ‘Run the Spectrum’ for the North East Autism Society.

Stories:

  • FBEC and Ecafé ‘Run the Spectrum’ for NE Autism Society
  • Film shows for kids and parents
  • Middlesbrough Academy coach and ex-pupil talks futsal at FBEC
  • Ferryhill Stage Society presents Red Hot & Cole
  • Responsible dog ownership campaign comes to Ferryhill
  • Recognition plays major part in 1st Ferryhill Scout Group AGM
  • Winter hours for recreation ground
  • Coast to coast cyclists raise funds for mayor’s charity
  • Indoor bowls season gets under way
  • Improved displays from Ferryhill U8s