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  • Police seek lorry driver after accident

    POLICE are seeking a lorry driver who may not be aware he has been involved in an accident. The accident happened on the A684 at Patrick Brompton, near Bedale, North Yorkshire, at about 2.30pm on Thursday. A Toyota Prius, travelling towards Leyburn,

  • Lorry fire on A1

    A lorry driver had a lucky escape after his cab caught fire on the A1 this afternoon. The incident happened on the A1(M) northbound carriageway just past the junction with the A59.

  • Transported by memories

    PETER Galloway grew up "over the border" in the shadow of the Transporter Bridge. "Even though I've now lived in Darlington longer than I did in Middlesbrough, it is still the landmark of my old hometown," he says, having looked out these splendid pictures

  • SURGERY CASEBOOK

    When you live in the countryside, many of the facilities that urban dwellers take for granted are denied to you. One advantage, apart from the mobile library service, is that your doctor can not only prescribe medication but also dispense it. So it was

  • Spark of genius?

    CHEVROLET SPARK Prices: from £7,160 - £10,430 CHEVROLET'S rise from niche marque to major international player has gone largely unnoticed in the UK. Thanks to a steady flow of new models and successful product refreshes, sales have soared during

  • Smith extends his Riverside stay

    Will Smith has signed a two year contract extension with Durham. The 29 year old former captain was the team's second highest scorer in the LV= County Championship with 978 runs. He was also named Fielder of the Year at the end of season awards dinner

  • Footloose (12A)

    Stars: Kenny Wormald, Julianne Hough, Dennis Quaid, Andie Mac- Dowell, Miles Teller, Ziah Colon, Patrick John Running time: 113 mins Rating: **** They’ve remade Footloose,” I tell a friend. “Why?” comes the answer. “Because they

  • Cult following no saviour for local radio show

    MY recent entreaties for more folk music on the BBC were answered last week with the proposed cancellation of one of the best local folk music programmes. Genevieve Tudor’s Sunday night programme from Radio Shropshire, has built up a worldwide

  • Leah’s dame fortune

    Viv Hardwick talks to show producer Leah Bell about winning the pantomime contract for the Consett Empire. WINNING the contract to put on pantomime at the Consett Empire is a massive thing for touring show producer/ performer Leah Bell and

  • Mozart Piano Concertos: Angela Hewitt (Hyperion CDA67840)

    Angela Hewitt embarks upon a journey through the piano concertos of Mozart. Nos 6 and 8, two of the young Mozart’s earliest attempts at the genre. Concerto No 9, the Jeunehomme, is considered to be the composer’s first great masterpiece. In these

  • Back by popular demand - two decades on

    AFTER much speculation over the last few months the International Festival of Country Music is back after an absence of 20 years. The shows which featured artists from Hank Snow to Merle Haggard, George Jones and Tammy Wynette attracted a pilgrimage

  • Chick Corea & Stefano Bollani/Orvieto (ECM 277 9692)

    Corea clearly revels in playing piano duets and it’s obvious from this sparkling session that he has a soulmate in Bollani. Recorded live at the Umbria Jazz Winter Festival, it includes originals by both men, standards and jazz classics, all made

  • Stefano Battaglia Trio/The River of Anyder (ECM 276 8055)

    This is a stunningly beautiful and thoughtful album. The trio, with Battaglia on piano, Salvatore Maiore (bass) and Roberto Dani (drums), is perfectly balanced and the music, all by Battaglia, is both structured and improvised. The booklet includes

  • Secrets and lies

    THE road to true love in Soapland is never straightforward, having more bends than the alpine road leading up the Grossglockner in Austria. (36 bends for the statistically minded). Take Syed and Christian in EastEnders (BBC1). All was going swimmingly

  • Feelgood factor

    Wilko Johnson was a teacher, but his true vocation was rock and roll. Forty years on, he is still going strong. Matt Westcott speaks to the former Dr Feelgood guitarist ahead of his visit to County Durham. "I THINK I got the teaching job almost

  • Jo on the go

    Joanna Lumley’s Greek Odyssey (ITV1, 9pm) Extraordinary People: Hayley the World’s Oldest Teenager (Five, 9pm) The Great British Bake-Off (BBC Two, 8pm) BACK in 1976, just as Demis Roussos topped the UK charts with Forever and Ever, and Nana

  • Airport safety concerns may block wind farm

    SAFETY concerns about an airport's radar system are likely to ground a green energy company's second bid to build a wind farm. Banks Renewables' bid to build six wind turbines at Barmpton, north-east of Darlington, is expected to be rejected at a

  • Words and Music, The Sage Gateshead

    Words and Music, a collaboration between playwright Samuel Beckett and composer Morton Feldman, was given a rare outing at The Sage Gateshead. Featuring two characters Words and Music - also Joe and Bob - it was a work that initially baffled and

  • Staff are wanted at foundry

    A DIVISION of County Durham engineering firm Bonds Foundry has launched a recruitment drive to meet demand in the international oil and gas sectors. Bonds Precision Castings (BPC) of Alston, Cumbria, is expanding its workforce by 30 per cent

  • Top Army officer on a mission to inspire

    ONE of the British Army’s highest ranking officers visited the North-East on a mission to inspire the region’s captains of industry. General Sir Nick Parker was also given a guided tour of Nissan before being whisked away in a new Nissan Leaf

  • Progress is ‘too big a prize to lose’

    HUGE progress made to close the economic gap between the North-East and the rest of the UK is too big a prize to lose, it was claimed yesterday. One North East chairman Paul Callaghan was speaking to business leaders at the development agency’

  • Housing survey

    A SOCIAL landlord says survey shows tenants are happy with its service. Cestria Community Housing, which owns 4,300 former council houses in Chester-le-Street, polled 4,000 tenants. 1,467 (35 per cent ) people responded and the not-for-profit company

  • Potential of green energy

    A GREENKEEPER’S store in County Durham has lived up to its name by switching to solar power. Seaham-based renewable energy company Greenguru has fitted solar panels to the building at the Hobson Golf Club, near Stanley. The contract was one of

  • Cumberland County Cup draw

    The draw for the third round of the Cumberland County Cup is: Cleator Moor v Penrith, Eden Thistle v Mirehouse, Warwick Wanderers v Keswick, Cockermouth v Penrith Rangers, St Bees v Carlisle United, Silloth v Gillford Park, Harraby CC v Workington Red

  • Durham farmers' market launches friends club

    A FARMERS’ market is to launch its own friends scheme. Leaders of Durham City Farmers’ Market will launch their ‘Friends Of’ scheme at Durham City Food Festival, which begins on Thursday, October 20. For £10 a year, friends will get a quarterly newsletter

  • Bus job's just the ticket for engineer Adam

    IT’S all aboard for Adam Brown, as the newly qualified engineer joins Arriva permanently following a four-year apprenticeship. Mr Brown, from Durham, has graduated from Arriva’s training programme as a mechanics specialist, gaining an NVQ level 3 and

  • Firm’s future in hands of ‘first-class’ employees

    A NORTH-EAST manufacturer is set for further expansion and export success as it continues to defy the recession. Sunderland-based Tiger Filtration has grown on average 50 per cent year-on-year since it was set up in 2004. It’s workforce

  • Hats off to the heroes

    A FEW weeks ago, we paid tribute to the heroism of a young woman who came to the rescue of the victim of a savage street attack in Darlington. Aimee Yule, 22, may well have saved Jason Waters from being killed by having the courage to come between

  • Arriva-derci

    REGARDING Arriva’s plans to withdraw certain bus services for rural areas from January, including the 84 service, Bishop Auckland to Darlington via Cockfield and Evenwood (Echo, Oct 5). It didn’t take long for Arriva to start running this service

  • Nazis

    THE Northern Echo, October 10, contained a book review written by Gavin Engelbrecht on Reinhard Heydrich, the former chief of Hitler’s SS and Gestapo. I found the title of this book, Hitler’s Hangman, to be misleading because Heydrich was not

  • Trouble in store for Terry

    REGARDING the 100th anniversary of the iconic Transporter bridge, in Middlesbrough. You wrote about many of events that happened at the bridge in your recent supplement (Oct 10). But the story that always comes to mind when I think of the Transporter

  • Clive Crickmer

    FEW journalists, either national or local, can measure up to the stature of Clive Crickmer, whose death at the age of 71 was announced in The Northern Echo (Wednesday, Oct 12). Over half-a-century in journalism, our paths crossed infrequently,

  • Time to scrap the conference

    BACK at Westminster, after the threeweek roadshow of the political conferences, the list of gripes about the annual shindigs is long and getting longer. First, there are complaints that the cut-and-thrust of debate has been replaced by a dreary

  • Liam Fox

    LIAM FOX has been a fool. He may have been taken advantage of by a friend but he should offer to stand down. Before Labour gets on its high horse it should consider its position in relation to Neil Kinnock and Peter Mandelson. These two former

  • Lies

    THE majority of unemployed people want to work. Some are so dismayed at being unemployed that, instead of doing nothing, or rioting and looting, they are travelling to London to let the Government know that they want to work. It is morally wrong

  • Flashpoint

    HAVING lived and worked in Darlington all of my life, I have witnessed the seemingly endless increase in council tax and a concurrent reduction in the quality of service. I have been silent as the iconic Civic Theatre has been threatened with

  • Art attack

    I VISITED Middlesbrough’s Institute of Modern Art recently and what I saw astounded me – and not for the first time. One exhibit was a picture of naked woman with the head of Minnie Mouse on it. Another was a large exhibit covering all aspects

  • Halloween music

    IF you are a music fan and also enjoy the Halloween festivities, then Darlington will be the place to be during the last weekend of October. On Friday, October 28, TFM Radio is hosting a bonfire and concert in the town’s South Park featuring boy

  • Clean up

    EVERYDAY we read how much our councils are cutting back, yet when the roads are perfectly clean and free from litter I spotted a road sweeper. As a recently qualified social worker, I am outraged at such extravagance, particularly since the vehicle

  • Why I got no marks out of TENS

    IT is a frightening thought, but I am now officially the father of three adults. Jack turned 18 last week, although I find it hard to think of him as a real man while he still uses hair-straighteners every morning before he goes to college.

  • ‘We’re British and proud of it’

    As the bailiffs prepare to move in to clear Europe’s biggest illegal traveller camp, Joe Willis talks to North-East gypsy spokesman Billy Welch about the case and what it reveals about Britain’s treatment of the travelling community. BILLY WELCH repeatedly

  • Twitter's place in improving job prospects

    FOR as long as I can remember, those of us in the newspaper business have agonised over how to engage young people. There's an interesting take on the subject by Patrick Smith on The Media Briefing website -http://bit.ly/nL6lQw - in which he

  • Funding boost for Arc bucks the trend

    AN arts venue will almost certainly buck the national trend by receiving a major increase in public funding next year. The Arc in Stockton, which was once closed for two years owing to financial problems, will receive funding of £304,031 in the next

  • Shoppers supply sweet inspiration

    A THEATRE company has been exchanging sweets for inspiration this week. Shoppers in Stockton who went into the Fifties Airstream caravan decked out as a traditional sweet shop had to record a thought, poem, fact or anything they wanted in the group's

  • Albanian stowaways discovered at North-East port

    NINE Albanian stowaways have been stopped at a North-east port as they tried to get into the country in the back of lorries. The foreign nationals were discovered at North Shields ferry terminal as UK Border Agency officers were searching two Romanian-registered

  • Band concert for charity

    A CHARITY concert in aid of servicemen and women takes place on Friday, October 21, in St Mark's Church, Marske, with the Cleveland Police Band performing. Tickets cost £5 and are available from Redcar Tourist Information Centre, 24 High Street, call

  • Airport's concerns may block wind farm

    SAFETY concerns about an airport's radar system are likely to ground a green energy company's second bid to build a wind farm. Banks Renewables' bid to build six wind turbines at Barmpton, north-east of Darlington, is expected to be rejected at a

  • Inferno crash drivers owe lives to brave motorists

    DRAMATIC details have emerged of a head-on collision which saw two drivers escape just minutes before their cars erupted into a scorching inferno last night. The incident on the A68, near its junction with the A1(M) at Darlington, saw both drivers

  • Making a Stand

    SCOTLAND'S most celebrated comedy venue is coming to Toon later this month with a plan to stamp its own inimitable brand of idiosyncratic humour on a fun-loving North-East public. The Stand Comedy Club have decided to extend their stand up

  • Hoping to reunite couple with precious memories

    THE Northern Echo is hoping to reunite a couple with some precious memories. Echo photographer David Wood found a memory card on a street in Sunderland, containing what appears to be special moments in the life of a family. Pictures

  • Councillors back schools funding bid

    A MULTI-MILLION pound funding bid to rebuild four rundown schools has won the backing of councillors. Primary, secondary and special schools could be revamped using private cash under the Government’s £2bn Priority Schools Building Programme,

  • North's 'mental health timebomb'

    THE North-East is sitting on a mental health time bomb, a regional charity has warned. Mental Health North-East (mhne.co.uk), a coalition of hundreds of charities and voluntary groups providing mental health support in the region, warns that the

  • Kielder Marathon man ‘was set up’ says wife

    THE wife of the disgraced marathon runner said to have cheated his way to the finish line by catching a bus has said her husband has been “set up”. Rob Sloan, 31, told the chairman of his running club he became tired at the 20-mile mark of

  • Charity shop breaks fundraising record

    CHARITY workers are celebrating after one of their outlets enjoyed a record fund-raising month. The Northallerton Committee of Yorkshire Cancer Research raised £2,000 last month from their shop in the town. The charity’s head of community fund-raising

  • Poker De Sivola out for the season

    FERDY Murphy's preparations for the new jumps season have suffered a major blow after one of his stable stars, Poker De Sivola, was ruled out of the whole of the campaign. The eight-year-old, who was successful at the 2010 Cheltenham Festival

  • Bruce has Bennett's backing

    STEVE Bruce has to stick to his principles in order to turn Sunderland around, according to fans' favourite Gary Bennett. Bruce's position has been questioned repeatedly in recent weeks, with the Black Cats struggling in 16th position ahead

  • Trott is happy to fight for his place

    Jonathan Trott refuses to fret over the fierce competition for places in England's one-day international batting line-up. Trott has England's highest ODI batting average by a clear ten runs per innings, and superior by a little more than that to anyone

  • FA facing reform deadline

    The Football Association have been a set a deadline of the end of February to bring in wide-ranging reforms including taking a leading role in controlling club debt. The Government yesterday published their response to the select committee report on

  • Werner is eager to maximise potential

    Liverpool chairman Tom Werner hopes the club can make the most of a global following. Werner took his post with the Reds after American company Fenway Sports Group (FSG) - of which he is also chairman - completed their takeover at Anfield almost exactly

  • Kaymer targets a top-thee finish in Race standings

    Martin Kaymer has set his sights on stealing a march in the Race to Dubai standings at this week's Portugal Masters. The 26-year-old German is fifth on the list heading into the Vilamoura event but the first prize of 416,600 euros would give him chance

  • Store plan moves step closer

    PROSPECTS of a department chain opening a major store in a North-East town centre have moved a step closer after developers formally submitted a planning application. Plans have been submitted on behalf of the Moorfield Group, owners of the

  • Police arrest officer over fraud allegations

    A WOMAN traffic officer with North Yorkshire Police has been arrested over allegations of fraud and misconduct in public office. PC Rachel Hewitt, 39, was questioned by officers from the force’s Professional Standards Directorate (PSD) on Monday

  • Barnard Castle still in the running after Glaxo visit

    The facility at Barnard Castle, County Durham is competing with three rival sites to become the location for a new biopharmaceutical plant where groundbreaking drugs to tackle specific illness will be produced. The decision has moved a step

  • Cabaye okay

    DESPITE fears surrounding the fitness of a number of Newcastle United's international names, Alan Pardew is expecting to report a clean bill of health for Sunday's visit of Tottenham Hotspur. Pardew was relieved to have Yohan Cabaye and Demba Ba back

  • Mowbray makes Gill Boro’s European scout

    TONY MOWBRAY has moved to improve his recruitment team by appointing former Middlesbrough team-mate Gary Gill as his European scout. Gill, part of the squad captained by Mowbray which claimed promotion following liquidation in 1986, has been

  • Cooper remains wary after win

    Darlington may have won a seven-goal thriller on Tuesday, but manager Mark Cooper remains wary of predicting that Quakers' troubles are behind them. Too often this season his side have enjoyed a good result, only to follow it with a defeat.

  • Teenagers in quest to save bus services

    THREE teenagers who are battling to halt the withdrawal of several rural bus routes yesterday took their fight to a meeting of Durham County Council’s cabinet. Caitlin Brennan, Anna Renfrew and Anisha Harris, all 15, are fighting Arriva’s plans

  • Savage pub attackers see sentences doubled

    THREE men involved in a savage attack which left a village pub spattered with blood have had their “unduly lenient” prison sentences doubled by Court of Appeal judges. Police chiefs, who along with the Crown Prosecution Service lodged an appeal

  • Missionary abused as 'nonce' on train

    A SCAFFOLDER who abused a Christian missionary on his way to south-east Asia to do humanitarian work and branded him a “nonce” has been been ordered to do 100 hours’ unpaid work. The 70-year-old missionary, who was embarking on a journey to Cambodia

  • Artist earns big praise for miniature creations

    AN artist who creates paintings of incredible detail on canvasses no more than three inches wide has been accepted as a member of a Royal Society. Kate Green, who works from her home in Highgarth, in Richmond, North Yorkshire, started painting

  • Whitley opens up

    Former Manchester City midfielder Jeff Whitley has opened up about the cocaine addiction which blighted the latter years of his career. The 32-year-old was sent home from a Northern Ireland squad in 2005 after breaking a curfew to go drinking with team-mate

  • Ellie HARRIS

    Ellie HARRIS Happy Birthday to our Special Little Princess who is 1 Today Love you lots and lots Mammy and Daddy. xxx

  • Denis EBDON

    Denis EBDON Happy 90th Birthday to a Special Dad, Grandad and Great Grandad Love and best wishes from all the Family.

  • Evan Scott DAWES

    Evan Scott DAWES 8 TODAY!! Happy Birthday to our very Special Grandson Love you lots Nannan and Granda. xxxx

  • Mary BARKER

    BARKER Mary (Mother) In our hearts you will always stay, Loved and remembered on your birthday. God bless Mary, Joe and family.

  • Mary BARKER

    BARKER Mary With an ache in our hearts we whisper low "Happy birthday Mam we miss you so." Love Maureen, Bernie and family. xxxx

  • Mary BARKER

    BARKER Mary (Mother) We cannot send a birthday card, Your hand we cannot touch, But God will take our greetings, To the one we love so much. Love Susan, Ian and family.

  • ian morris

    MORRIS Ian October 13, 1983 Aged 6 years Remembered today and every day. Loved and missed Mam, Dad and Sister Caroline.

  • Owen ELLIS

    Owen ELLIS Happy 75th to my wonderful Husband From your loving Wife Joyce. xxx

  • Owen ELLIS

    Owen ELLIS Happy 75th Birthday Lots of love always from Christine, Michael, Judith, Doreen, Steven and the late Pamela, all your Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren. xxx

  • Ellie HARRIS

    Ellie HARRIS Happy 1st Birthday to our Darling Great Granddaughter A wonderful year Love Grandma Joan and Granda Les. x

  • Mary BARKER

    BARKER Mary Mam Will be loved and missed always. Ann and Terry. Forever remembered Sean, Julie and family, Cheryl, Neil and family.

  • Rosemary BRAMWELL

    BRAMWELL Dennis and the family wish to express heartfelt thanks for the love and support received during Rosemary's illness and since her passing. We have received many beautiful expressions of sympathy which means so much. Special thanks to Reverend

  • Judith LOMAX

    Judith LOMAX Happy 50th Birthday Lots of love Billy. xx

  • STEPHEN ANDREW ROBINSON

    ROBINSON Stephen Andrew Remembering you on your 40th Birthday Never more than a thought away Loved and remembered every day by all of your family

  • ROBERT SPROAT

    SPROAT ROBERT October 13, 2010 It's hard to walk the road alone instead of side by side many times I've needed you many times I've cried I never cease to love you I miss you more each day the sunshine went from our lives the day God called you away

  • Ted Lidster

    LIDSTER Ted died October 13, 2010 Loving husband of Ethel, dad of Philip, Avril, Judith and Malcolm, grandad of Edward, Vicky, Robyn and Kathryn Miss You So Much Love You Forever x

  • Maurice Hammond

    HAMMOND On October 7 suddenly. Maurice Arthur, aged 81 years, beloved husband of the late Joan, much loved dad of Jeannet and Mary, father-in-law of Derek and Harry, loving gramps of Kerry-Ann and Michael. Would family and friends please meet for service

  • DOUGIE WHITE

    WHITE On October 9, 2011 peacefully in hospital. Dougie, aged 83 years, of Clarence Green, Newton Aycliffe. Dearly loved husband of Jean and beloved dad, father-in-law, grandad and great-grandad. Funeral Tuesday October 18. Would friends please meet

  • TREVOR BOWMAN

    BOWMAN October 10, 2011, peacefully in Rueben Manor Nursing Home after a long illness. Trevor, aged 67 years, late of Wolsingham Terrace, Darlington. Beloved husband of Irene, a very dear dad of Paul, Tony and David also a dear father-in-law, grandad

  • Nora Thompson

    THOMPSON October 10, peacefully in hospital, of Laburnum Court, Sacriston. Nora, aged 81 years, a dearly loved wife of George William and a dear aunt and great-aunt. Friends please meet for service in Sacriston Salvation Army Citadel Monday, October

  • Peter CHRISP

    CHRISP Peter passed peacefully away on October 9. Beloved husband of Audrey, loving dad and grandad to John, Sue, Nigel, Annette, Hannah and Harry. Dearest brother of Ev.

  • Agnes Mary (Bep) Wilkie

    WILKIE On October 10, of York Crescent, Newton Hall, Durham (late of Esh Winning). Agnes Mary (Bep), aged 91 years, beloved wife of the late Norman and much loved mam, gran and nana. Friends please meet for service and cremation at Durham Crematorium

  • Monica Armstrong

    ARMSTRONG (Shadforth) October 9, in hospital. Monica (nee Pritchard, formerly Shepherd), aged 82 years, wife of John Al, a loving mother of John and Jean, mother-in-law of Susan and Ian, treasured gran to Mark, Paul, Sarah and Stuart and will be sadly

  • George SMITH

    SMITH Baby George born fast asleep on October 3. Adored son of David and Lindsay, dearly loved grandson of Barry and Judith, nephew of Shaun and Nuala, brother of Callum. Asleep with the angels

  • Mary BARKER

    BARKER Mary Remembering our precious Mam and Mother on her birthday A gem to us you brightened up our lives with your smile you will forever be with us your warmth and love we will always treasure From Loving Daughter Brenda, Granddaughter

  • ANNE WATSON SANDESON

    SANDERSON Anne Watson (Trimdon Village) The family John, Colin, Jane and Steven wish to express their sincere thanks and gratitude to all family and friends for cards and floral tributes. Special thanks to the district nurses for their excellent care

  • Betty McCormack

    McCORMACK High Shincliffe On October 8, suddenly in hospital. Betty, aged 81 years, beloved wife of the late Hugh, devoted mother of Antony and a treasured grandma of Kayleigh and Rachel, special friend of Alison. Will friends please meet for service

  • MARY KILBURN

    KILBURN On October 6, peacefully at Nightingale Hall after a long illness, of Bellerby and formerly of Thoralby. Mary, aged 91 years, dearly loved wife of the late Jack, very dear mother of Elizabeth, a much loved mother-in-law, loving grandma and great-grandma

  • Haye to ‘retire’ today

    David Haye is expected to mark his 31st birthday today by announcing his retirement from boxing - despite claims he is still in talks over a world title fight with Vitali Klitschko. Haye has long stated his intention to quit on his 31st birthday, but

  • Ellie HARRIS

    Ellie HARRIS Happy 1st Birthday to our Little Darling Lots of love from Nana Diane, Granda Tony and Uncle Adam xx

  • Rachael DERMOTT

    Rachael DERMOTT Happy 7th Birthday Lots of love Mam, Dad, Dogglllzzz and Kattlllzzz. xx

  • Anne FLATLEY

    FLATLEY Anne To us you are so special words can never say just how much we miss and love you every single day Forever in our thoughts and hearts Love Kevin, Christopher, Darren, Daughters-in-Laws and Grandchildren

  • William (Bill) Moore

    MOORE William (Bill) In Loving Memory of my dear Husband died October 13, 2010 A special smile A special face In my heart a special place Memories are a gift to treasure Mine of you will last forever. Love And Miss You Your Loving Wife Doreen

  • LINDA HARRISON

    HARRISON Linda October 13, 2010 In loving memory of a dearly loved mam and grandma Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal We miss you everyday Loving you Lisa, David, John, Sue, Charlotte, Matthew and

  • HARRY WAISTELL

    WAISTELL Harry October 13, 2000 DAD It does not need this special day to bring you to our minds for days without a thought of you are very hard to find Love Vicky and Jayney, grandchildren Kate, Charlie, Harry and Mayzey xxx

  • Hazel Maughan

    MAUGHAN (Sherburn Village) October 9, in hospital. Hazel (nee Burnett), aged 88 years, much loved wife of the late Leslie, loving mother of Geoffrey and Stephen, mother-in-law of Maralyn and Helen, also a treasured nana of Andrew, Daniel and Sophie.

  • MARY ROSE MORLEY

    MORLEY (Thornley) October 9 (peacefully in hospital). Mary Rose (nee Baldasera), aged 77 years, a devoted wife of the late Joseph, beloved mam of Angela and Joseph, dear mother-in-law of Ernest and Carol also a loving grandma of Sarah, Ellen and Rob,

  • Sylvia Hodgson

    HODGSON Sylvia, of Eldon Lane. Wife of late husband Edwin Hodgson, passed away peacefully at Peterborough District Hospital Friday, October 7. Will be sadly missed by all the family.

  • Fred Kernaghan

    KERNAGHAN October 11, peacefully in hospital, of Springfield, Darlington. Fred, aged 64 years, a dearly loved husband and dad who will be sadly missed. Funeral on Tuesday, October 18. Will friends please meet 3:45 p.m. for a service at Darlington Crematorium

  • JOYCE DANIELSON

    DANIELSON Joyce October 13 No birthday cards today A heartache, a tear, a memory so dear, every day of our lives We wish you were here. Terry, Donna, Frank and Kimberely, Wendy and Mark x