Wednesday, April 1, 2020

It's been a while since we've told the tale of the Lambton Wyrm, and if stories aren't told, they get restless and start causing...

Branching Out: Burial and Cemetery Records This popular talk on burial and cemetery records is being repeated. Durham County Record Office will host the event...

Probably the most prominent landmark in Durham Market Place is the huge, double life-sized statue of a military-looking gentleman on a horse. Though he towers...

The Durham Light Infantry was formed in 1881 and has served notably in various wars since then. The DLI’s widely remembered for their valiant...

To anyone living anywhere near Durham city centre, the Durham Miners Gala is difficult to miss. To those living on the brass band marching...

A County Durham concrete building will celebrate its 50th birthday – by being wrapped in a giant inflatable work of art. The Apollo Pavilion in...

The remains of a historically important County Durham bridge have received a much-needed makeover. Gaunless Bridge, West Auckland, was once a vital thoroughfare for the...

An extravaganza of music and film will today take place in County Durham to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing. The celebrations...

After a good few centuries, the Romans will once again be marching on County Durham – for Binchester Roman Fort’s annual festival. The festival –...

A historic building in which Durham miners took history-making decisions is in need of funding. The Durham Miners’ Association (DMA) have ambitious plans both to...

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