Whist and domino drive in Kirk Merrington

DOMINO DRIVE: Kirk Merrington Over 60s Club will hold a whist and domino drive on Saturday (January 4) at 2pm in Kirk Merrington Village Hall. Admissions costs £2 including refreshments.

SCOUT SUCCESS: Anna Barrass, 13, a member of the Howden-le-Wear Scouts Group has been chosen as one of 18 Scouts from County Durham to attend the global Scouts jamboree in Japan in 2015.

BIKE MARKING: Police in Crook will be marking bikes for free on Saturday, January 4, from 10am to 2pm at the Co-op on New Road. The procedure will mean bikes can be quickly linked to their correct owner if they are stolen.

ART CLASSES: A fortnightly art class will start at the Community Centre on Butterwick Road in Fishburn on Monday, January 13. The sessions run from 1pm to 3pm with the course costing £24 for five classes. The course is for artists of all levels of expertise, for more information contact Andy Taylor on 0191-3732485 or visit durhamartworks.co.uk.

SLEEPING BEAUTY: A Sleeping Beauty pantomime will be performed at Bishop Auckland Town Hall at 7pm from Thursday, January 9, to Saturday, January 11. Tickets cost £7 from bath@durham.gov.uk or 03000-269524.

ROCK NIGHT: Blackjack and Phoenix Row will perform at a classic rock night being held at Crook Town Football Club on Saturday, February 1, from 7pm to 11.45pm. Entry will cost £2.


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