A Cricket World Cup fanzone in Nottingham.

Cricket World Cup fever gripping County Durham

Cricket World Cup fever is well and truly gripping the nation and one of the world’s biggest sport events is now just days...
Spennymoor Town Council gift Easter eggs

Town Council deliver Easter eggstravaganza

Following the success of Spennymoor Town Council’s project to supply all children in local primary schools, nurseries and the elderly in care...

One hundred up for Hilda

HILDA MCCAVANAGH (nee Gray) was born on 22nd August 1919 in Langley Moor and, one hundred years later, was celebrating her...
Academy students, Matthew Vincent, Arynn Cannon, Mollie Sudder and Dylan Egglestone.

Whitworth pupils stay silent for Children in Need

Students from Whitworth Park Academy’s three Houses in the school: Willow, Poplar and Sycamore, worked together to raise money for Children in...
Additional signage in place at car parking metres across County Durham.

Durham’s park and ride services reopen this month

Park and ride services in Durham City will reopen later this month with extra safety measures being taken as coronavirus restrictions begin...
Spennymoor’s Lewis Askwith in action at UK Strongest Kid 2019 in St Albans during the Easter weekend.

Lewis is UK’s strongest kid

Spennymoor teenager, Lewis Askwith has been named the UK’s Strongest Kid after winning the competition in St Albans on Easter Monday.
Alisha Cowie from Spennymoor has been crowned the new Miss England and now heads to China for the Miss World contest.

Alisha is crowned Miss England

Alisha Cowie, a 19-year old law student and Spennymoor resident has been voted as the new Miss England in the final at...
Transport for the North board member, Cllr Carl Marshall.

Concern as vital transport funding slashed by government

The Government’s decision to slash northern transport funding by more than half will deprive the region of vital investment at a critical...

Moors thump Lancaster in FA Cup

Spennymoor won their first FA Cup tie since 2016 with the help of two goals from the returning Glen Taylor against Lancaster...
Children worked with illustrator Liz Million to produce the new signs.

Spennymoor slow to 20mph

Additional 20mph speed zones have been introduced in Spennymoor to make the area a safer place for residents.
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