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‘Consett in Focus’ Dress making / Seamstress -Fantasia Fancy Dress

By George Ledger A Seamstress or Tailor is a gratifying choice of Trade for anyone with a creative flair who enjoys hands-on work. These skilled individuals...

A Final Invitation: Don’t Miss Shotley Bridge Nursery School Open Day!

With just a week to go until Shotley Bridge Nursery School opens its doors for our eagerly anticipated Open Day, we extend one last...

St. Cuthbert’s Church Hall: Monthly Coffee Mornings Commence on September 16th!

Discover a warm and welcoming community space at St. Cuthbert's Church Hall, Shotley Bridge. Unveiling a new chapter in its rich history, the hall...

You Won’t Believe What Just Happened to Shotley Bridge Hospital!

Today, during the parliamentary session, the Health Secretary made a significant announcement regarding Shotley Bridge Hospital. The complete funding required for the expansion and...

New Consett Hospital Get Green Light, Local MP Reacts

In response to the pressing need for substantial upgrades at Shotley Bridge Hospital, health officials have made the decision to move forward with plans...

All Stars Cricket to Introduce to Cricket to Kids

If you've got a child between the ages of five and eight, there is a wonderful opportunity for them to get involved in Cricket...

Rivers and Pools – Consett History

  I was standing watching the demolition of parts of Consett Swimming Baths the other day with a sad and unmistakable knot in my stomach. It...

Shotley Bridge Cricket Club

One hundred and thirty five years is a long time for any organisation to be in operation let alone a local sports team. Shotley...

In The Bluebell Woods – Written by Sydney Peck

Shotley Bridge woods must no longer exist because the builders have  covered so much of the land around the village with houses. They probably...

The Annandale Paper Mill at Shotley

The paper making trade had a long standing tradition in County Durham, but it was the Derwent Valley that could lay claim to being...

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