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High Tea at Ushaw Moor

September 27, 2010 Leave a comment

High Tea at Ushaw Moor

Date of article: 27-Sep-10

A small group of service users from Bowburn Care Centre enjoyed afternoon tea with a difference on Tuesday 21st September 2010.Accompanied by staff they had a guided tour of Ushaw Hall Durham which is a training college for Roman Catholic Priests. The education centre is now in addition a conference and banqueting suite.The tour of the gardens and six different churches together with the history of Ushaw Hall (College) was enjoyed by everyone which was topped off by a much welcome cream tea.

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It’s just like watching Barcelona From Durham Times

September 18, 2010 Leave a comment

A DURHAM junior football team has followed the lead of Spanish giants Barcelona and sealed a sponsorship deal with a major charity.

The Cystic Fibrosis Trust will be shown on the shirts of Deerness Valley Under-14s thanks to local business Allied Security Northern Ltd, which has donated the money for a new kit for the Russell Foster League team.But after hearing that team manager Colin Young is taking part in the Great North Run on Sunday to raise money for the trust in honour of his one-yearold grandson Jack, who was born with the disease, managing director Julie Pennal decided to put the charity logo on the team shirts, rather than the company’s.

For years, former European champions Barcelona have refused to put corporate advertisements on their chests. But four years ago, they signed a five-year deal with UNICEF.

via It’s just like watching Barcelona From Durham Times.

Durham priest’s been charged over child porn

September 16, 2010 1 comment

Star Radio North East A County Durham priest’s been charged over child porn. Father John Shannon accused of sixteen counts, including making an indecent photo of a child and possessing over seven hundred more. He’s been suspended from his post at Ushaw College and bailed to an address down south.

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ChronicleLive – Sport – Grassroots – Gymnastics: Starlets shine as they take on world

September 15, 2010 Leave a comment

A GROUP of young gymnasts from the North East returned home successful from the Sports Acrobatics World Championships in Wroclaw, Poland.

In the men’s pairs event, Alex Houston, 17, from Consett and Timothy Pritchard, 14, from Durham collected a silver medal – being edged out of the gold medal position by Russia.

In the women’s pairs competition, Jasmine Danby, 19, from Durham and Chelsea Fisher, 13, from Darlington finished agonisingly just out of the medals in fourth position.

All four are based at the Deerness Valley Gymnastics Club in Durham City.

via ChronicleLive – Sport – Grassroots – Gymnastics: Starlets shine as they take on world.

JournalLive – Sport – Cricket – County Durham Leagues

September 4, 2010 Leave a comment

Runaway Durham County League champions Kimblesworth took their eye off the ball on Monday and surprisingly surrendered their jealously guarded unbeaten record at Ushaw Moor.

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Town Gymnast Club Put on a Show

September 4, 2010 Leave a comment

Town Gymnast Club Put on a ShowFriday, 03 September 2010 09:31 administratorE-mail Print 10th Anniversary CelebrationAycliffe’s own Gymnastic club “Jayenell” invite Newtonians to join them in celebration of their 10th Anniversary on Sunday 12th September in Newton Aycliffe Leisure Centre from 1p.m.The Show, sponsored by Aquabiss Bathrooms, will include displays and performances from guest clubs, Deerness Valley Sports Acrobats, Grangefield Gymnastics Club and Skyline Cheer and Dance Squad.Jayenell is a voluntary organisation, led by Jean Stifman and Louise Macdougall. They cater for all ages and abilities and exist purely from subscriptions and donations.They hope this event will raise awareness of the good work the club does for our children and hope to see lots of spectators. Tickets are £3.50 for adults and £2.50 for concessions. All children get in Free! All proceeds will go to the purchase of specialised equipment.In addition to displays there will be lots of family fun with face painting, tombola, raffle including a draw for a Bathroom Suite, value over £800 donated by Aquabiss Bathrooms; 6 month membership for two courtesy of Lifestyle Fitness worth £360.For more information on the event and sponsorship ring Val Beck on 319 262.

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