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Darlington's past revealed at Long Newton History Group meeting
3:08pm Thursday 5th September 2013 in News
Northern Echo Deputy Editor, Chris Lloyd, will be giving an illustrated talk ‘First Among Equals’ about Darlington’s colourful past at Long Newton History Group’s next meeting on Wednesday, September 11, in the village’s Wilson Centre, starting 7pm. Entry costs £2 for non-members including refreshments. For more information call 01642-651028.
FUNKY FEET: Preschoolers over two can exercise through play at new classes such as Funky Feet, a 45 minute session combining dance with games at the Frederick Nattrass Children’s Centre in Norton from Monday, September 9. Funky Football classes cost an introductory price of £1 per child, Funky Feet sessions cost £1 and include a piece of fruit, and Funky Gymnastics aimed at two to five year olds costs £2 per child, per session. Sessions are made in block bookings and run for a full half term. For more information and to book a place, contact Leanne Oxley on 01642-524599 or email email@example.com
MARKET CANCELLED: The farmers market due to be held on Yarm High Street on Sunday (September 8) has been cancelled due to road resurfacing. The next event will be held in the town on Sunday, October 14.
TOASTER BLAZE: A toaster caught fire in the early hours of this morning in a kitchen on Bentinck Road in Fairfield, Stockton. Firefighters from Stockton Fire Station were called to a home at about 3.25am this morning (Thursday) which suffered moderate smoke damage.
FOOD FAIR: A food and crafts market is taking place on Saturday (September 7) at Viewley Hill Shopping Centre, Hemlington, Middlesbrough, from 10am to 2pm. It will showcase locally produced food and handmade crafts from fresh Italian pasta sauces to crocheted cardigans and garden ornaments. Any traders or small businesses wanting to part in the next market on October 5, free of charge, can call 01642-224706 or on Facebook at www.fb.com/ViewleyCentre.
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