Full-size Spitfire Replica to Feature in Durham Remembrance Events

A full-size model of a World War II spitfire is to play a central part in Durham’s remembrance commemorations this weekend. The aeroplane will grace...

Norman Cornish Mural Comes to Bishop Auckland

An iconic mural, commissioned by the Council to mark the opening of County Hall in 1963, has been successfully moved to its new home...

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...

Durham Oriental Museum to Honour Forgotten Chinese WWI Volunteers

Durham University’s Oriental Museum is to stage an exhibition – entitled A Good Reputation Endures Forever: The Chinese Labour Corps on the Western Front...

County Durham Suffragette Wins National Recognition

A suffragette and labour activist from County Durham has gained national recognition for her role in the struggle for the right of women to...

Durham Constituents Urged To Join WW2 Veteran Bernard In Getting The...

Richard Holden, MP for North West Durham, congratulated his constituent, Mr. Bernard Knatt, 93, of Iveston in County Durham, who received the Covid-19 vaccine...

Mythical Beasts and Magna Carta for Open Treasure Exhibition

Durham Cathedral has announced the latest two exhibitions that will feature in its Open Treasure project. Open Treasure – a series of rolling exhibitions...

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...

Historically Important County Durham Bridge Gets Vital Clean-up

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...

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...

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