Veterans And Armed Forces Community Artwork Being Exhibited At Bishop Auckland...

A free exhibition featuring artwork from veterans and the Armed Forces community officially opened to the public at the weekend. Visitors to Explore Life Through...

Want To Trace Your Family History?

A new family history course gets underway this month, helping County Durham residents to unearth their family tree. Following its success earlier this year, Durham...

Visitors Welcomed To Binchester Roman Fort As It Reopens On July...

Visitors can once again discover what life was like in Roman times as a historic County Durham fort prepares to reopen. Binchester Roman Fort, cared...

Durham County Raising Awareness Of Local History With Online Events

County Durham residents looking to delve into the past can take part in a number of online sessions as part of Local History Month. Durham...

New Book Featuring The Roman Civilisation On County Durham’s Development To...

A new book that is the first to detail the influence that Roman civilisation had on the development of County Durham is set to...

Archivist-Led Talk To Shed Light On Soldiers Of The Past

Family historians can gain top tips on how to discover their ancestors’ military past at an online talk this week. Durham County Record Office, which...

New Virtual Course Bringing Medieval Easter To Your Easter To Your...

The intriguing world of medieval Easter will be unearthed at a new virtual course staged by Blackfriars Restaurant in Newcastle in conjunction with Durham...

A Bosnian Refugee To Speak On Struggle And Survival During Genocide

A Bosnian refugee who fled persecution will speak about the most difficult period in his life, when he shares his story of struggle and...

Work Being Undertaken At Durham Town Hall To Preserve Its History

Work is set to be carried out at a historic Durham City building to preserve its heritage for centuries to come. Durham Town Hall has...

Trace Ancestors With Durham County Record Office’s New Online Sessions

People hoping to kick off 2021 by finding out more about what lurks in their family tree can do so through new online sessions...

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