THE annual Sedgefield Scarecrow Festival has been cancelled due to a lack of entries.
Three months ago 13 participants set out to lose weight and transform their lifestyle as part of an exclusive gym-run competition. The results are in and evidently the arrival of two baby boys proved the biggest motivation to win. Kate Stanley…
NOKES On August 20, suddenly at home, of Sedgefield, Johnny, aged 73 years. Dearly loved husband of Janet, much loved dad of Belinda, Michael and Helen, father-in-law of Adrian, Jackie and Dave, a dear grandad to Emily, Jack, Kurt, Brett and Thomas…
I POPPED into the Whitby Folk Festival last weekend, as part of the “Ballads of Child Migration” concert at the Spa Theatre, and as expected, it was crowded and busy, with all venues around the town filled with eager audiences.
JUST LIKE in Rio, the first place finishes kept coming last week, when once again the black and white vest came home first in a race.
I DO hope consideration has been made in the wonderful restoration of the new Darlington Hippodrome, opening in 2017, for adequate facilities in the ladies toilets during the interval.
POOCHES from across the region took the lead at an annual County Durham dog show on Sunday.
RUNNERS from Sedgefield hope their trip to Germany will spark a new sporting phase in the town’s long-established twinning relationship.
A CRAZE for capturing cartoon characters on mobile phones can be the catalyst for a technology firm to accelerate its transformation, bosses have said.
HAVING cut, painted and pasted numerous sea creatures for their entry in the Sedgefield scarecrow competition scheduled for this Saturday my three grandchildren were left feeling somewhat seasick when it was cancelled at short notice by text.