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Strange Occurrence at Durham – Durham History

An Irishman named Jerry Cooper from a young age had served in the Royal Navy as a ship rigger and also later becoming a...

Chapels, Prisons, Hidden Arches – There’s More to Elvet Bridge than...

Most people in Durham are familiar with Elvet Bridge, the beautiful medieval structure that spans the River Wear, linking Durham’s centre to the Elvet...

Things You May Not Know about Durham

The County Palatine. Whilst we know that Durham is the Land of the Prince Bishops what is the County Palatine? One and the same....

From 007s to Olympic Medallists – Which Well-Known People Studied at...

Well-Known People Who Studied at Durham University It’s not surprising that a prestigious university like Durham has produced quite a glittering list of alumni. Ex-students...

The History of Durham AFC

Photograph courtesy of Phillip WrightFirst of all, it gives me pleasure to write for the magazine, and we wish you well for the future...

The History and Changes of Dun Cow Lane

How Dun Cow Lane lead the Community of St. Cuthbert to Durham, and How the Lane has Changed Years Later   Cuthbert’s journey to Durham...

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