The Big Brass Bash is set to return to Spennymoor’s Jubilee Park on 19th July.

Big Brass Bash returns to Spennymoor

Top brass bands are once again set to party in the parks of County Durham this summer when Brass, Durham’s liveliest festival,...

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...
Brad Wilson, Coaches’ Academy member at Spennymoor Town Youth FC with some of his charges.

Spennymoor Town Youth FC launches coaches’ academy

Spennymoor Town Youth FC has launched a new initiative to develop its qualified coaches of the future. The ‘Coaches’...
This overloaded vehicle was recovered so that the excess weight could be safely removed.

Overloaded vehicles stopped during flytipping operation

Vehicles being used to transport controlled waste have been inspected at the roadside during an operation to clamp down on rubbish being...
Glen Taylor celebrates after scoring against Chester on Saturday. Photo: David Nelson

Moors into top three after win

Glen Taylor’s second half goal was enough to edge the Moors past Boston United and into third place in the National League...

Inspirational Graham Completes 5K Run After Cancer Surgery

A RUNNER from Consett, who completed the Durham City Run following major cancer surgery, is encouraging people to take part in...
Barry Farr, Carl Beasley, Andrew Oates and David Leitch have been added to the Legends Wall at the Brewey Field for their long association with the club.

Icons added to Legends Wall

Four of Spennymoor Town’s most iconic figures have been added to the Legends Wall at The Brewery Field. Carl...
The Babe Magnets, Jim Tait and Alan Prudhoe present Dementia Care Worker, Rowena Carr with a cheque for £1,500.

Coo blimey! Pigeon fanciers raise £1,500

A gala night for pigeon fanciers has given the  Alzheimer’s Society something to coo about, thanks to County Durham musician, Jim Tait.
Brad Groves

Football Club chairman launches Community Foundation

The GF (Groves Family) Community Foundation, a new charity restoring hope and support across the North East, has officially launched with a...
Edna Ripley, born in Spennymoor, accepts the Chairman’s Medal from Cllr John Lethbridge.

Edna receives Chairman’s Medal

A blind woman who has dedicated her life to helping others with a visual impairment has been awarded County Durham’s highest honour.
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