Newton Aycliffe hosts free art exhibition

Darlington and Stockton Times: Business man David Bowles (l) and Chris Lines (r) look over the plans for the Sedgefield Plan. The deadline for the residents to help shape the first draft has been extended to Friday, January 31 Business man David Bowles (l) and Chris Lines (r) look over the plans for the Sedgefield Plan. The deadline for the residents to help shape the first draft has been extended to Friday, January 31

AN art exhibition will take place at Dot’s Craft Centre at Surtees House, Hilton Road, Newton Aycliffe from today (Friday, January 24) to Sunday, January 26. Opening hours are 10am to 4pm each day, with free admission and refreshments available. For more information call 01325-318600.

ELVIS NIGHT: Elvis impersonator Paul Priestley will take to the stage at Spennymoor Leisure Centre on Saturday, March 22, to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK. Doors open at 7pm and tickets cost £10, including a pie and chips supper. To book, call Brighter Skies on 0333-666-3366 or visit brighterskiesfundraising.co.uk

SCOTTISH DANCE: A Céilidh will take place at Spennymoor Town Hall on Saturday, March 29, to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK. Doors open at 7pm and tickets cost £10, including a pie and peas supper. To book, call Brighter Skies on 0333-666-3366 or visit brighterskiesfundraising.co.uk

SEDGEFIELD PLAN: The deadline for completing the Sedgefield Plan community survey has been extended until Friday, January 31. Additional copies of the questionnaire are available from Ceddesfeld Hall, as well as the town council offices, Number Four and the doctor’s surgery on Front Street. Alternatively, email info@thesedgefieldplan.co.uk

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