Dear Consett Magazine readers,

Welcome to another #positivelocalnews edition of Consett Magazine.

In this month’s print edition, Lorraine Weightman is back with a story about her love/hate relationship with cars (page 9), you’ll find an update on the “Corona Photo Project ” on pages 4-5, Consett based, Fusion for Business announce their partnership with the Durham Wildlife Trust as part of the their mission to combat climate change and raise awareness for the preservation of nature in the UK on page 6, read Phil Brown Steelworks Story on page 7, and get to know local musical talent Caitie as we interview her on the release of her debut single, Live it Up (page 13).

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We’re eager to hear from local people and businesses about stories which matter to you and the wider community. So, if you’ve got an idea for a story you’d like to share with our local audience, please send us an email on or visit: to submit your story

Have a fantastic August,

Barry Kirkham, Marco Elsy, and everyone who makes the Consett Magazine possible.

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