Thanks for picking up the September edition of the free Consett Magazine.

As always, we’ve got some wonderful local stories for you to feast your eyes on this month; both in the magazine you have in your hand now and online at consettmagazine.com (we’re proud to tell you, last month the website received 172,282 hits).
So, if you’ve not visited us online yet, now might be a good time to have a look and see what all the fuss is about!

Last month a very interesting opinion piece sent to us by Dr. David Taylor exploded on social media reaching over 10,000 people. Have your say online in the comment section of this article on consettmagazine.com or search Facebook Group: ‘Delves and Templetown residents against the planned developments for more information.’

Brian Harrison, your favourite local historian goes in search of treasure in the area with A Few Local Finds. (See page 4-5).

Lorraine Weightman also goes back in time (although a little more recent than the 19th century) to the summer of 1979 with her piece “It‘s All Over Now” where she reminisces about her time in Consett and the Rock Legends of the time.
(See pages 10-11.) This and much more in the FREE Consett Magazine.

Once again, thanks for reading this month’s edition, please recycle this magazine after you’re finished reading it by passing it onto a friend or family member. And do mention Consett Magazine when reaching out to any of our advertisers, they are the lifeblood of the magazine, without them this free publication could simply not exist.

So, thanks to everyone who advertises and contributes to the magazine each month.

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Warmest regards,
Barry Kirkham, Marco Elsy,
and everyone who makes this magazine a success (you know who you are!)
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    I hope you will let me advertise it in your magazine. Thank you, Nancy Shaw, 211 Chetwynd Road, Burks Falls, Ontario, Canada, P0A 1C0. (705) 382-6065. nshaw@vianet.ca

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