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  • Durham Council: Les Misérables stars perform West End classics
    A quartet of musical theatre stars present an evening of West End and Broadway favourites in Durham this weekend. Andy Reiss, David Fawcett, Katie Leeming and Rebecca Vere are currently celebrating 15 years performing together as Beyond the Barricade. Their anniversary tour, which stops off at Gala Theatre on Sunday, 21 September, showcases their favourite songs including classics from The Phantom

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  • Durham Council: Sporting chance for youngsters
    Young apprentices have been given a sporting start to the new school term. The 13 young people, aged 16 to 19, have been taken on as PE and school sport apprentices at schools across the Sedgefield area in a project backed by Durham County Council’s Apprenticeship Scheme. As well as gaining first-hand experience four days a week there is one day set aside every week to complete an NVQ Level 2 in A

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  • Durham Council: Rock enrol to see rare fossils
    Signing-up to a free behind the scenes look at some of the region’s rarest fossils and rocks is on offer later this month.   The Limestone Landscapes Project, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and hosted by Durham Council, has organised the special display at Sunderland Museum on Friday 26 September (2pm). Sylvia Humphrey, assistant keeper of geology, Tyne and Wear Museums, will display and e

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  • Durham Council: Hedging your skills
    Laying up to 7m of hedge in five hours is the challenge for people testing their traditional skills at an annual contest. The Durham Hedgelaying Competition takes place at Burnfoot Farm, Eggleston, Barnard Castle on Friday, 10 October. This year’s contest has three categories -open, amateur and novice  - and  is part of The Great North Hedgelaying Grand Prix with competitions also taking place at

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  • Durham Council: Doing the Locomotion Way
    Cyclists, pedestrians, families with pushchairs and children are lined-up to celebrate the official opening of the Locomotion Way, the new public path linking the past and the future between Shildon and Newton Aycliffe. They will be among the first to use the new two-mile route – an event which is being marked with a guided tour of local geology and wildlife and ending at the 10th anniversary of t

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  • Durham Council: New salt barns unveiled in preparation for winter
    Up to 12,500 tonnes of salt will be stored at two new barns in County Durham ready for the winter.Durham County Council is preparing for winter conditions by making sure that the new salt barns in Wolsingham and Peterlee are up and running in plenty of time.The Wolsingham barn, which was completed in January and cost £500,000 to build, can hold 5,000 tonnes of salt and will supply provisions to th

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