JAMESON April 24, peacefully at home, of Highlea care home Shildon. Harry aged 78 years. Son of the late John and Elsie. Brother to Alan. Will be sadly missed by all the family. Committal service will take place at 11.00am on Thursday, May 18, in Wear…
WE Shildon lads have a strange but abiding affection for the Prince of Wales tunnel: none other had a black hole, we supposed, at least not this side of Calcutta.
Guisborough are now relying on a reprieve from the FA after they finished third bottom in the ENL first division when they were beaten 3-2 at home by champions South Shields on Saturday.
A HOUSEBUILDER’S sales have risen as the competitive mortgage market continues to provide fertile ground for growth.
Madge Stamp was right, her view now unobstructed. As Billingham Synthonia’s tea hut supremo supposed in last week’s column, the Synners’ now-endangered cantilever stand really is Britain’s oldest and may well have been the first ever.
Hetton-le-Hole, home of such football greats as Bob Paisley, Harry Potts and Ralph Coates, on occasion also hosts Sunderland’s Under 23s, or development squad or whatever it is that these days they’re called.
KIRKWOOD April 19, peacefully at home with her loving family at her side, of Eldon Bank Top Shildon, Ivy aged 84 years nee Cooper. Beloved wife of the late John (Jackie). A much loved mother to Stephen and mother-in-law to Hazel. A precious nana to…
A COATINGS firm has dismissed “irresponsible” calls from a shareholder group to debate a senior boss’ future.