A PAIR of millennium stones to greet visitors to a village have been unveiled. The York stone blocks, 5ft high and weighing six tonnes, were dedicated at Neasham, near Darlington. They have been made by Shipley Quarry, Barnard Castle,and sited outside Neasham Abbey and at the bottom of Dibsdale Bank, opposite the Pump House. The stones will feature the words Neasham 2000. The village's millennium committee has raised more than £4,000 to celebrate the year 2000, and more celebrations are being planned into next year.