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Your local interest & advertising magazine | August 2018 | Edition 32 Tow Law, Sunniside, Stanley Crook, Billy Row, Crook, Willington, Wolsingham & surrounding areas

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Welcome to the August edition of Out & About Magazine, your friendly local interest & advertising magazine.

Wear Valley Community Action Group are advertising their latest bus trip to Leeds on page 13 have a look it’s only a fiver per person. Lastly on page 17 we have Ritchie Coatsworth Photography who are taking wedding bookings for this year, 2019 and beyond. Don’t forget to quote Out & About when replying to adverts & lastly we hope you enjoy this month’s edition, thanks for your support!

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STEVEN NORRIS Plumbing & Heating We specialise in new bathroom installations • Wet rooms • Power flushing • Radiators replaced • Showers fitted • Gas & oil boiler installations & servicing • Outside taps fitted

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Years gone by...

Watergate, Crook (year unknown).

The Rainbow Café, Tow Law (now the premier & post office). Image sent in by Colin Haiton.

Crook Rescue Brigade (year unknown). Image supplied by Brown’s Penny Guide.

Jim Lyle, Jack Jobson & Les Wilkinson enjoy a pint in Billy Row Club.

The headteacher of Stanley School poses outside of the school (year unknown).

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We URGENTLY need your old photos!! We are running low on old photos of places & people from years gone by and would love to keep the feature going. Can you help? Email any old photos to: ads@outandaboutmagazinenortheast.co.uk or drop into Ritchie Coatsworth Photography, 80 Hope Street Crook. 8

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THOMAS WRIGHT HOUSE ACCOM MODAT ION & R ESTAU R A N T

Restaurant with Guest Accommodation (Visit England 4 Star & Silver Award) in quiet rural setting close to Durham and Bishop Auckland. We serve food daily from noon: Lunch, Afternoon Tea, Dinner with a la carte options, and Sunday Lunches in the ground floor restaurant. Families enjoy eating in the Garden room with patio, lawn and climbing frame; and popular as an afternoon tea venue is our firstfloor bar with its panoramic views. Stay over with a choice of eight individually designed ensuite rooms, like luxury Aquila with private patio, outdoor hot tub and ‘in room’ dining or Phoenix, a ground floor suite with walk in shower. Ample car parking and free wifi.

Find Us On Facebook: @ThomasWrightHouse High Street, Byers Green, County Durham, DL16 7PF | 01388 664716 www.thomaswrighthouse.com | enquiries@thomaswrighthouse.com


Spotlight on the Wolsingham craft & gift fair. This month we shine the spotlight on the Wolsingham craft and gift fair which runs every second Saturday of each month. Hi Christine, tell us a little bit about the craft fair, when and where is it held? The fair is held in the St Anne’s Centre, which is in the Recreation Park in Wolsingham. The fair was originally held in the Town Hall but for the past few months it has been held in the St. Anne’s Centre which is a great little venue. It was setup in aid of a local charity “Tabitha’s Toys” with each fair helping to support the charity. Can you tell us a little bit about the charity and how the monthly fairs help support it? The charity is named after Tabitha Lees Moore who was a very special little girl from Weardale. She was born with a rare condition called Edwards Syndrome. As many parents find it difficult to take their children to sensory rooms in sports centres

or schools as the children are often too poorly or may need the sensory toys at special times, such as early morning. Therefore, it is essential that these children have these toys at home. The charity’s aim is to loan sensory toys and equipment to children who are disabled and have complex needs. The charity are able to loan equipment to children for a period of 6 months. This is a free service to children from 0-16 years. What can people expect when they visit the craft fair? We have lots of local stall holders with a wide variety of goods, Gill Charmen with cushions, and Hellen Murray-English with jewellery, just to mention a couple. There is also Chris Gary with her famous jams and chutneys. We have a pop up kitchen by “Just Like Grandmas” which serves tea, coffee, cake and various savouries, which can be eaten in or taken away.

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How can people get involved with the fair? They can contact me on 07813 629 304 or via Facebook. Each stall fee is only ÂŁ5 a table at the minute and proceeds after expenses go to the charity at the end of the year. It would be fantastic to see more people at these events so lets spread the word.

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Fully insured & qualified, 15+yrs experience for domestic, equine, local authorities & commercial customers throughout County Durham.

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We now offer a delivery service Fresh Bread • Fresh Pies • Cakes Sandwiches • Outside Catering Everything is freshly homemade on site.

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15% OFF ANY COLOUR WITH THIS ADVERT Family ran business for over 30 years Monday gent’s night 5pm - 7pm all cuts £7 Late night Friday’s 19 Wolsingham Road, Tow Law | Telephone: 01388 730 930

LEEDS COACH TRIP Saturday 27th October 2018 £5 per person Pick up points: St. Helens, Bish Auckland, Howden, Crook, Stanley, Billy Row & Willington. Times to be arranged. Contact us via facebook: @wearvalleycommunityactiongroup or call Lesley 07891 082 168

K.B. DECORATING SERVICES Quality decorating at affordable prices with over 20 years experience. All trade materials supplied and all work guaranteed. No job too big or small • Free estimates Call Keith on 01388 747 234 or 07973 284 999 or email kbdec1@gmail.com

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Years gone by...

Stanley Pit in the early 20th century. Image sent in by George Davies.

Does anyone recognise these Stanley residents? So far we have Jack Jobson (smoking cigerette) then Doris Armstrong and Jean Armstrong now Tunstall. Photo supplied by Ev Johnson.

Crook Fire Station (year unknown) which is now the car wash.

The Roddymoor Colliery banner flies high at Durham Miners Gala.

Bin wagons lined up at the council depo in the 1940s. Image sent in by Michael Manual.

k (year unknown). Rotten Row, Croo would be become at wh You can see r years. late the Elite Hall in

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Open Evening Thursday, 20 September 2018 6pm – 8pm

Parkside achieves Inspiring STEM School Status Recognising excellence in STEM Provision Parkside is delighted to have achieved Inspiring STEM School Status; the award was only introduced to the North East in September and we are extremely proud to be the first school in the region to be awarded the status. Mrs Sumega worked with staff to identify evidence within the school to show the effectiveness of our provision for STEM subjects; both inside and outside of the classroom. Our effectiveness was rated in the following categories: leadership support of STEM subjects, extra-curricular activities, outreach opportunities and family participation.

Parkside Academy Hall Lane, Willington, Crook Co. Durham, DL15 0QF Tel: 01388 746 396

We had two inspections from RTC North and our evidence was then verified by independent representatives from STEM businesses in the North East who identified our strengths: “We were very impressed at the amount and range of activities that were going on in the school. In particular the use of STEM Ambassadors in lessons as part of the curriculum was impressive.” Evidence shows that this consistent and widespread approach is the most effective way to ensure that the STEM programme has high quality impact. “It’s clear that the school have demonstrated significant engagement with the STEM Ambassador programme through their varied programme of STEM enrichment and engagement. This level of additional support will impact their students in the educational and life choices they are making.”

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Death of the high street Story by Ritchie Coatsworth

For many years I’ve heard people talk about the death of the high street and I guess with the many out of town retail parks that are now everywhere, they could be right in some cases. Places like Newgate Street, Bishop Auckland and Middle Street, Consett seem to have more empty shops than open ones these days which is such a shame. Thankfully for me Crook seems largely unaffected by this. Shops in Hope Street don’t seem to stay empty for very long before a new business moves in which is fantastic for the community and the local economy. As a child a shopping trip seemed like a real treat and it seemed that you were travelling far and wide when in reality you were only going down the road to Crook or the larger metropolis of Bishop Auckland, with it’s large variety of shops. Even a visit to Crook had plenty to offer a small boy. I remember one of my favourite shops being Pott’s Newsagents which was where Card Crazy is now in Hope Street, they stocked magazines, sweets, model farms, model knights and castles plus lots of small things like power balls and polystyrene planes plus whatever the latest sticker craze was. Other favourites of mine included Colin’s card shop which stocked all the great small toys like water pistols, water balloons, cap guns and those paper bangers that you throw on the floor. I’ve not smelt the smell of a cap gun for years! I also recall a model shop being down the bottom of Hope Street, maybe where the sandwich shop is now. They stocked building kits for radio controlled cars, model dinosaurs, latex masks of celebrities and all-sorts, can’t for the life of my remember what it was called. It was a fantastic shop though.

then who you would buy your tickets from, a lady named Bessie if my memory serves me correctly. I can remember the excitement of seeing the old escalators that took you down into the heart of the Newgate Centre to do your shopping at Fine Fare (which is of course Wilkinson’s now). Back then Bishop Auckland was always really busy and had lots big name retailers plus smaller independent shops on the high street. Some of my favourite back then included WH Smith’s, John Menzies, Woolworth’s which were always great places for toys, books and magazines, all of these shops seemed so much bigger when you were small! Once we were done shopping we would always sit in Carrick’s café and bakery where my treat of choice was always a Peach Melba. We would wait in here for either the next bus or for my Granda to pick us up. Eventually Carrick’s was taken over by The Baker’s Oven chain which was subsequently taken over by Gregg’s. The café now sits empty like a lot of shops in Newgate street as big names opt for out of town retail parks rather than the traditional high street. These places have given me lots of fond memories to look back on, I wonder what shops will stick in my own children’s minds when they are older.

As much as I loved Crook the absolute Mecca for shopping was always Bishop Auckland in the 1980s. I remember going to Bishop with my Mam, Nanna and Granda on Friday afternoons, around the time that the Newgate Centre was being finished off. My Granda would drop us off then pick us back up when we were done. When he wasn’t so well I also remember going on the blue Bonds bus, they still used a bus conductor back 16

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Free Entry

Sunday 28th October Crook Golf Club, Low Jobs Hill, Crook, 11:30am - 2.30pm All exhibitor enquiries to: hello@weddingswithdistinction.co.uk

Ritchie Coatsworth Photography Portrait, wedding & christening photography • passport photos • graphic design • signage & vehicle graphics • t-shirt printing • canvases • personalised wall art 80 Hope Street, Crook, County Durham DL15 9HT

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Success for Bishop under 9’s It’s been a successful year so far for the young players at Bishop Auckland Rugby Union Club Under 9’s. Back in May this year they played in the Darlington Festival of Rugby and finished with the impressive tally of 3 wins and a draw.

Coach Russ Turner poses with some of his players.

At their recent presentation awards to celebrate their achievements Jake Turner was named the “Coaches player of the year” for being a great tackler and being a fantastic team player. Below are 3 of the big winners (left to right) Edwin Barwick, “Players player of the year”, Jake Turner and “Most improved player” Jack Suddes. Well done to you all!

Jake Turner.

Local Football Fixtures

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Edwin Barwick, Jake Turner and Jack Suddes.

eNL2 = Ebac Northern League Division 2 LC = League Cup AC = E Armstrong Memorial Cup

Tow Law Town AFC

Crook Town AFC

Willington AFC

The Addison Chartered Surveyors Stadium, Ironworks Road, Tow Law, County Durham, DL13 4EQ Tel: 01388 731 433

The Sir Tom Cowie Millfield Ground, West Road, Crook, County Durham, DL15 9PW Tel: 01388 762 959

Hall Lane, Willington, County Durham, DL15 0QG Tel: 01388 745 912

Saturday 4th August (eNL2) (H) Washington

Saturday 4th August (eNL2) (H) Jarrow

Saturday 4th August (eNL2) (H) Durham City

Tuesday 7th August (eNL2) (A) Birtley Town

Wednesday 8th August (eNL2) (H) Willington

Wednesday 8th August (eNL2) (A) Crook Town

Saturday 11th August (eNL2) (A) Ryton & Crawcrook Albion

Saturday 11th August (eNL2) (A) Jarrow

Saturday 11th August (eNL2) (A) Redcar Athletic

Friday 17th August (eNL2) (H) Brandon United

Saturday 18th August (eNL2) (H) Washington

Saturday 18th August (eNL2) (H) Birtley Town

Tuesday 21st August (eNL2) (H) Jarrow

Wednesday 22nd August (eNL2) (H) Redcar Athletic

Wednesday 22nd August (eNL2) (H) Heaton Stannington

Saturday 25th August (eNL2) (A) Bedlington Terriers

Saturday 25th August (eNL2) (A) Ryton & Crawcrook Albion

Saturday 25th August (eNL2) (A) Willington

Saturday 1st September (eNL2) (H) Easington Colliery

Tuesday 4th September (eNL2) (A) Birtley Town

Thursday 6th September (eNL2) (A) Easington Colliery

Wednesday 5th September (eNL2) (A) Billingham Synthonia

Saturday 8th September (eNL2) (H) Brandon United

Saturday 8th September (eNL2) (H) Billingham Synthonia

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Out & About Magazine (North East) August 2018 Edition 32  

Out & About Magazine (North East) August 2018 Edition 32. Local advertising magazine that covers Crook, Tow Law, Sunniside, Stanley Crook, B...

Out & About Magazine (North East) August 2018 Edition 32  

Out & About Magazine (North East) August 2018 Edition 32. Local advertising magazine that covers Crook, Tow Law, Sunniside, Stanley Crook, B...

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