- 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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