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Events lined up to help farmers in need
The first of the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) events is a Spring into Spring ladies' evening at Headlam Hall Hotel on Friday, April 1.
Early lambs put a spring in Teesdale farmer's step
SWALEDALE lambing will be well underway when Easter comes round but there are a number of sheep breeds in Teesdale that have already produced offspring. Some Zwartbles gave birth as early as December and many of the terminal breeds, such as ...
Angry parents launch campaigns to fight Weardale and Teesdale school closure plans
ANGRY parents, staff and pupils have launched a campaign to fight closure plans at two of the smallest and most remote schools in County Durham. The Northern Echo revealed last week that Durham County Council proposes shutting Forest-of-Teesdale ...
Parishioners bring Bible to life for Teesdale school pupils
SCHOOLPUPILS in Teesdale got the chance to learn about the Bible after members of a nearby church acted it out for them. Year five pupils at Toft Hill Primary School, near Bishop Auckland, County Durham, enjoyed the interactive story of The Last Supper ...
Star guests line up for 15 minutes of Teesdale fame
Outlining the station's activities in the 12 months to June 2015, chairman Alastair Dinwiddie said as well as broadcasting across Teesdale on FM from two transmitters, some 20,000 people a month either tuned in live online or listened to podcasts.

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