Daily Archives: May 15, 2014

Old photographs of Weardale required

The Weardale Gazette is in the process of putting together a further publication of ‘Remember when?’   This is a special edition that contains mostly photographs or articles of Weardale people and places.  If anyone has photographs going back to the … Continue reading

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Car Boot Sale – Bank Holiday Monday

A car boot sale will be held on Bank Holiday Monday, 26 May on the Recreation field at St. John’s Chapel from 9am-12 noon.  Evtry will be 50p, children free.  Sellers £5 car or £7.50 van.  Also on the same … Continue reading

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Moving to Weardale? Benefit from faster Broadband

Thousands of rural homes and businesses in Co. Durham and Tees Valley are to benefit from high-speed fibre broadband thanks to a Government-funding boost.  More than £1m via an application under the Rural Community Broadband Fund is to be invested … Continue reading

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St. Thomas’ Church, Stanhope open to visitors

The ancient church of St. Thomas’ in Stanhope is open every Wednesday throughout the summer for visitors and locals to enjoy its history.  Volunteers will man the church from 10am – 4pm.  The building is equipped with a kitchen and toilet … Continue reading

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New Book Available

‘A Further History of Wolsingham Grammar School’ by Anita Atkinson is available now from the Weardale Gazette shop in Stanhope, priced £15.  It will also be on sale at the Wolsingham 400 Anniversary event on the weekend of 19/20 July … Continue reading

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