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Young Archaeologists' Club visit to Killhope Lead Mining Centre July 2014
The North Pennines and Northumberland Uplands Young Archaeologists' Club excursion to Killhope Lead Mining Centre in July 2014. We visited the Lead Mining Centre and were given a tour of the mine, a look around the ore-washing floor and industrial buildings, a reconstructed miners' cottage and then we explored the museum to see how miners and their families lived. Music: Treasure Map by Pandacetamol. Treasure map by Pandacetamol is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License. (The Young Archaeologists' Club is a free not-for-profit non-commercial activity.) Music obtained from the freemusicarchive.org License information and summary: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ Pandacetamol's page: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Pandacetamol/
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Killhope Lead Mine
Leaving the Killhope Lead Mine
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Boom and Bust at Killhope: the North of England Lead Mining Museum
Pupils from Durham Johnston School spent the day learning about the lives of Victorian lead miners when they took part in Killhope's Boom and Bust education programme.
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Killhope – the North of England Lead Mining Museum
An introductory film which greets visitors to this award-winning mining museum in the North Pennines, including a clear description of how mineral crystals are formed. For more on Killhope visit http://www.killhope.org.uk
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Ballycorus Leadmines Tower
Ballycorus leadmines is a former lead mining and smelting centre located in the townland of the same name, near Kilternan in County Dublin, Ireland. The mine opened around 1807 and was taken over by the Mining Company of Ireland (MCI) in 1826 who owned and operated the site up until closure in 1913. After the mine was exhausted in the 1860s, Ballycorus continued to operate as a smelting facility receiving ore from other MCI sites such as the mines in Glendalough, County Wicklow. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/skycamireland/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/IrelandSkycam
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False Start on the Weardale Way (Section Zero)
17th June 2018 Weardale Way Bonus Section Zero: Killhope Cross to Killhope Lead Mining Museum It always bothered me that the Weadale Way starts at Killhope Lead Mining Museum and not at Killhope Cross. This is largely because the road is the only true 'path' connecting the cross to the museum. There are two non-road options, both require crossing rough country... heather and peat hags that can be impassible in the wet. The route to the south of Killhope Cross, across Knoutberry Hill is the easiest where it possible to make use of grouse shooting paths. However, this route meets with the Weardale Way before the official start. It also lacks further points of interest other than the spectacular views and even the summit of Knoutberry Hill is not on any significant tick list. But the route to the north of the Cross, takes in three points of further interest. First, it crosses the point where the counties of Cumbria, Northumberland, and Durham meet. Second, it crosses of Killhope Law, a 673m / 2208ft summit on the Hewitt list and one of the highest points in both Northumberland and County Durham (the county border runs through the centre of the summit). Thirdly, it uses the Carrier's Way, an old pack horse route, to reach the start of the Weardale Way. Neil did not accompany me on this journey because it is not truly part of the Weardale Way. This is to satisfy my own personal conscience and anyone wishing to do the Weardale Way is quite within their rights to start at the official start which, is at the museum. However, Jayson and Melina both wanted to accompany me on this hike and I was happy to invite them along. Please join me on the next hike where we finish the Weardale Way and Neil will once more be accompanying me to the end. Related Videos: Carrier's Way: https://youtu.be/BmZnAcf8P1w Killhope Lead Mining Museum: https://youtu.be/sAFQjOVqbko Park Level Mine: https://youtu.be/GFlGChSGp5o First time on Killhope Law: https://youtu.be/lahoIat7Kp4 ----- Drone footage by Jayson aka Y2Keable. Check out his channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/y2keable ----- Music Title: Almost Time (Instrumental) Artist: Pipe Choir Source: www.pipechoir.com License: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License Title: Piano Rock Instrumental Artist: Hyde - Free Instrumentals Source: https://soundcloud.com/davidhydemusic/piano-rock-instrumental License: Creative Commons Unported BY 3.0 License (CC BY 3.0) Title: 'See I Can Write Indie Folk Stuff Too' Artist: Mack Powers Source: https://soundcloud.com/mackpowers/see-i-can-write-indie-folk-stuff-too License: Creative Commons BY 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Title: Wayfaring Stranger Artist: David Mumford Source: https://www.jamendo.com/artist/477394/david-mumford License: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) ----- Thank you for watching Please Like, Comment, Subscribe and Share To be continued...
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Snailbeach Lead Mine
Snailbeach Lead mine visit in Shropshire
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Dita & Charlie playing tug!
Charlie & Dita-Poodles playing at Killhope lead mining centre
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Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings 07.09.11
Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings is an open-air museum of rescued buildings which have been relocated to its site in Stoke Heath, a district of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England. Founded in 1963 and opened in 1967, the museum was conceived following the dismantling of a 15th-century timber-framed house in Bromsgrove in 1962 to provide a location for its reconstruction. It became England's first open-air museum and the second in the United Kingdom. It now houses a collection of domestic, industrial, agricultural and other forms of historic building, the majority dismantled and re-erected. The museum's collection comprises more than 27 buildings and structures which have been relocated from their original sites under threat of demolition, being rebuilt and restored at the museum. This includes a fully functioning windmill and a post WW2 prefab house as used in many towns and cities after the Second World War to provide quick affordable replacements for houses destroyed by bombing. The Arcon V prefabricated house was originally constructed on Moat Lane in Yardley, Birmingham and was transported to the museum in 1981.
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The Ghosts of Nenthead Mines Project
Nenthead Mines Heritage Centre, Nenthead, near Alston in Cumbria (England) has opened its doors to paranormal investigations of alleged ghosts and hauntings of the Mines and restored buildings and ruins of the old Leadmining and processing site. This video short is a brief 'advert' for the events... please contact the North Pennines Heritage Trust for more information on the paranormal events for 2010 and beyond.
Views: 640 OtherworldNorthEast
ACC Level Newydd Lead Mine
Afternoon trip up the road at Level Newydd Lead Mine on the 19/02/14. A few clips form the trip, enjoy. For more information on the mine: http://www.mine-explorer.co.uk/mines/Level-newydd_1883/Level-newydd.asp For more information on the club: http://www.abercavers.co.uk/ Or visit facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2356836381/
Groverake Mine, Weardale, UK - Aerial Video (short version)
A trip to the North Pennines provided an ideal location for my second drone flight, at an abandoned mine in a County Durham valley. It's a fascinating place and rumour has it that the demolition squad are about to move in and flatten the whole lot. Upon arrival at Groverake you get the distinct feeling that this place has many stories to be told, of a bygone era when mining was a thriving industry in the North-East of England. The remaining winding gear takes centre stage, surrounded by derelict buildings and tunnels - a picturesque setting, despite the perilous dangers that greet you at every turn.
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Coldplay Nenthead style
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Wolsingham one time before
The war years
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Random walk around Killhope Lead Mining Museum. Featuring: Red squirrels and bunny rabbits.
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Pandacetamol - Visit to Nilbog
Soundtrack: Visit to Nilbog Producer: Pandacetamol Label: http://rec72.net License: Creative Commons CC-BY-SA-3.0 : http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/de/ Source-Link: http://rec72.net/?p=1978
Killhope Mines \\ On The Hunt For Gold
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I rant about there not being any experimentation with market stuff. ingame character: nakaya indigene music by Pandacetamol If you havent tried dust yet here is a link to receive free stuff in the game when you sign up. dust 514 is a free game on the ps3 https://dust514.com/recruit/mcdG54/
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Geordie Chapter HOG Run to Killhope Mine and The Highlander
Geordie Chapter Run to Killhope mine 18th August 2013
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Young Archaeologists' Club - Flint Knapping at Simonside May 2014
The North Pennines and Northumberland Uplands Young Archaeologists' Club meeting at Simonside in May 2014. Dr Rob Young teaches the Young Archaeologists about flint knapping and then we try some experimental archaeology through butchering some beef bones. Music: Echoes by Plusplus is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Italy License. The Old Country by Plusplus is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Italy License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/it/ Plusplus' website on Freemusicarchive.org: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Plusplus/
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Ensemble: Soundmine short film from
Skimstone Arts' professional Ensemble works with older people, produced 2008 The site at Killhope Lead Mining Museum, including the underground mine, washing floor, Killhope wheel, mine shop and woods have provided a rich landscape to explore sound today and in 19th century life in Weardale. How has sound changed? What has caused these changes? Which soundscapes remain constant through the centuries? Participants from Wear Valley Learning Centre in Crook, County Durham have been 'miners of sound' with artists Claire Webster Saaremets and Peter Saaremets from Newcastle based company Skimstone, using audio-visual equipment to record, photograph and film at Killhope Lead Mining Museum. Collections of film footage and sounds have been manipulated in computer software to create a new video / sound artwork which includes original compositions, songs and stories about lives during the lead mining era. Soundmine has involved learning about our Weardale heritage, life in the 19th Century and life today, drawing upon the expertise of the staff at Killhope. The exhibition of images from the project will be on long term display in the Killhope Cafe, Wear Valley Learning Centre and at Newcastle Arts Centre. A Root Sculpture created by Andrew Hall and inspired by The Spar Boxes at Killhope will also be on show at the launch.
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Killhope burn in flood - what would you do?
Killhope burn flooded - and here is someone who knows what to do!
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spectre detectors killhope wood scream
scream at killhope forest
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Pewsey sports centre makes way for the Vale Health and Wellbeing Centre
Watch the demolition of the old Pewsey Leisure Centre as it makes way for the new Vale Health and Wellbeing Centre. The new facility is scheduled to open in summer 2018.
Views: 351 Wiltshire Council
Exploring the Lead Mine
On the way up the canyon to the Defense Mine, one passes by the small Lead Mine. This was probably a one or two-man operation back in the day. The adit is collapsed. Directly in front of the adit is a steeply inclined shaft. It looked too unstable to enter. The ore bin still stands on the edge of the wash. The miner's cabin collapsed a long time ago. I found a heavy, large coffee pot laying on the ground nearby.
Once Upon A Mine - Out-takes
As part of the Museums Live! volunteering project funded by ONE North East, Bishop Auckland Include spent two days at Killhope Lead Mining Museum in cold wet October. From an initial research visit, they devised, performed and recorded a short drama based on their experiences and some of the stories they heard with the help of staff and project workers. Here are the funny out-takes.
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Fun in the Forest at Killhope Museum
Killhope Museum is doing fun in the forest every Tuesday in the school holidays. Make a den, pop corn and a memory stick. Tricks to light fires and toast marshmallows. you need to book as places are limited.
Views: 24 Tina Raynor
Littlehampton Leisure Centre Update
Update on the building work
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Jordan Eggleston 200 Back
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Lead Mines Mark 2
Video of the Lead Mines Dublin, Ireland. Photographs of the Lead Mines can be found at http://www.patricknaughton.com
Views: 294 Patrick Naughton
Four Pence a day - a protest song from the Pennine lead mines.wmv
I first learnt this thinking it was from the lead mining areas of my home county of Derbyshire - but the Nenthead Mine Centre (the Victorian Portal website) says that the words are from a poem written about 1860 by Thomas Raine, from Teesdale, further up the Pennines in North Yorkshire. Some mine owners were so incensed by the song that they closed the pits and brought in lead miners from Germany. Wherever the mines, menial work on the surface was always badly paid. Even in the 1930s my mother was not able to take up her scholarship place because her father, a coalminer, was unable to find the money for uniforms and the like. Sung by Alan Rosevear in Exeter. FOUR PENCE A DAY The ore's waiting in the tubs the snow is on the fell Canny folk are sleeping yet but lead is reet to sell Come me little washer lad come let's away We're bound down to slavery for four pence a day It's early in the morning we rise at five o'clock And the little slaves come to the door to knock, knock, knock Come me little washer lad, come let's away It's very hard to work for four pence a day My father was a miner and lived down in the town T'was hard work and poverty that always kept him down He aimed for me to go to school, but brass he could not pay So I had to go to the washing rake for four pence a day My mother rises out of bed with tears on her cheeks Puts my wallet on my shoulders, which has to serve a week It often fills her great big heart when she unto me does say Lad, I never thought you'd have worked for four pence a day Fourpence a day, me lads, and very hard to work And never a pleasant look from a gruffy looking Turk His conscience it may fall and his heart it may give way Then he'll raise our wages to nine pence a day
Views: 1262 Alan Rosevear
Places to see in ( Alston - UK )
Places to see in ( Alston - UK ) Alston is a small town in Cumbria, England, within the civil parish of Alston Moor on the River South Tyne. It shares the title of the 'highest market town in England', at about 1,000 feet above sea level, with Buxton, Derbyshire. Despite being at such an altitude and in a remote location, the town is easily accessible via the many roads which link the town to Weardale valley, Teesdale, Hartside Pass (and towns in Cumbria such as Penrith) as well as the Tyne valley. Historically part of Cumberland, Alston lies within the North Pennines, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is surrounded by beautiful views of the surrounding fells and the South Tyne Valley. Much of the town centre is a designated Conservation Area. Alston lies within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, more than 15 miles (24 km) from the nearest town, and is surrounded by moorland.[2] Nearby villages include Garrigill and Nenthead. Situated at the crossroads/junction of the A686, A689 and B6277, the town lies on the confluence of the River South Tyne and the River Nent. On 18 May 2013 very heavy rain resulted in flooding in seven areas of Alston, affecting thirty-six properties. The Environment Agency records indicate that 51mm of rain fell that day. Tourism is now an important source of income for the area. The largest attraction is a narrow gauge railway and heritage centre South Tynedale Railway. Alston and the surrounding area is part of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and European Geopark. Alston is noted for its cobbled streets and 17th century stone buildings. The area's mining heritage has been referenced for tourism purposes across the North Pennines. Nenthead Mines, at the nearby village of Nenthead, is a Scheduled Monument managed by volunteers. The Nenthead Mines Conservation Society hold regular open days where visitors can learn about the history of lead mining and take an underground tour of Carrs Mine. The Pennine Way, the UK's first National Trail, passes by the edge of Alston and the Sea to Sea Cycle Route (C2C) passes through the town. The area is stationed on a number of routes including the long−distance footpath the Pennine Way, and the Sea to Sea (C2C) Cycle Route. Alston railway station was formerly the terminus of a branch line from Haltwhistle. The town's rail link to Haltwhistle was completed in 1852 by the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway Company. Part of the route, between Alston and Lintley, three miles in length, is now operated as the narrow gauge South Tynedale Railway. ( Alston - UK ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Alston . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Alston - UK Join us for more : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLP2J3yzHO9rZDyzie5Y5Og http://placestoseein87.blogspot.com.eg/ https://plus.google.com/108460845579164318812 https://www.facebook.com/placestoseein87/ https://twitter.com/Placestoseein1 https://www.tumblr.com/blog/placestoseein https://www.pinterest.com/placestoseein87/places-to-see-in/
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The framework for the new centre is starting to go up!
Littlehampton new leisure centre The framework for the new centre is starting to go up!
£3 1 million leisure centres investment
Together with our partners at Places for People Leisure we're investing £3.1 million towards improving the facilities at our three leisure centres. The biggest investment will be at The Triangle leisure centre, which has seen a 60% increase in gym attendance since 2014. A larger, purpose built gym will be created on the first floor to accommodate extra fitness and weight training machines. By moving the gym upstairs, there will be more space created downstairs for group exercise classes. A brand new climbing facility will be installed to replace two of the four existing squash courts and there will be a new open plan café area.
Polar winds are set to blast Britain with -4C lows and even SNOW
If you are thinking of putting away your winter coat for another year, think again.A blast of Arctic wind will deliver temperatures as low as -4C (25F) and a possibility of heavy snowfall over the next fortnight, forecasters predict.The cold snap is being caused by the break-up of the polar vortex, a large area of cold air that normally remains stationary over the north pole. Over the last few days, a change in the polar jet stream has triggered a phenomenon known as sudden stratospheric warming (SSW).This causes the polar vortex to warm dramatically, with cold winds being pushed south over northern Europe and the US.  Cross country skiers make their way across the snow fields of Upper Weardale in County Durham yesterday morning Snow surrounds the buildings at Killhope Lead Mining Museum in County Durham yesterday amid cold weather A cross country skier is pictured enjoying the weather yesterday as he makes his away across County Durham's snow fields A rainbow appears over Yorkshire taken from light aircraft, on a cold overcast day yesterday The rising sun highlights the mist over the historic market town of Richmond, in North Yorkshire, yesterday morningAn SSW event caused the cold snap of December 2010, when vast swathes of the country covered in snowfall and temperature lows of -22C (-7.6F).Forecasters believe temperatures will creep down over the next few days before plummeting even further next week into March, down to low single figures. The break-up of the polar vortex occurred last week, but its effects will start to be felt from the end of this week.The majority of places in Britain will experience a very dull, grey and misty day today [Mon] with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.  These airmass graphics show how the effects of the break-up of the polar vortex will start to be felt from the end of this week The will turn dry, bright and increasingly colder on Wednesday and Thursday, with overnight frost.Charles Powell, a forecaster, said: 'It won't get drastically cold immediately, but over the next few days it will feel chillier and temperatures will get down to nearer normal.'On the south coast it will feel colder and the nights will be frosty, possible down to -3 or -4C. There will be widespread frosts on Thursday and Friday.'There is potential for even colder air next week, at the beginning of March. This week is more of a transition week into something much colder.'Professor Adam Scaife, from the Met Office Hadley Centre, said: 'Signs of this event appeared in forecasts from late January and in the last few days we have seen a dramatic rise in air temperature, known as a Sudden Stratospheric Warming, at around 30km above the North Pole.  Daffodils amongst the fallen leaves on a cold overcast day in the grounds of Mottisfont House in Hampshire People are pictured going for a walk as they enjoy a cold overcast day in the grounds of Mottisfont House in Hampshire Snowdrops by the brook in the grounds of the same house
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Ballot Beats - Durham Johnston
We've been working with young people across the country to create poems about the importance of voting in an effort to help mobilise the youth vote. Here's the result. #BallotBeats Music: 'Champ' by Gunnar Olsen
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Our Travelling is The Learning and Our Learning is The Understaning. Please help my channel with a Donation to help me travel and take you to other areas around England Please click link to Donate ! https://www.paypal.me/abeer4Thomas/25 A look at Durham Cricket Ground at the Emirates Riverside on a Quiet Day , Durham is one of eighteen first-class county clubs within the domestic structure of England and Wales.It represents the historic County of Durham . Since the 2014 season the Twenty 20 team has been called the Durham Jets. The club is based at the Riverside Ground in Chester le Street Emirates Riverside is a world class sporting and music venue which regularly attracts visitors from all over the world. The complex, which in addition to being, the home of Durham County Cricket Club, includes Austins Bar which is open on match days only, and a Learning Centre which is located on the ground floor of the Media and Education Centre. Emirates Riverside also has fabulous Meeting and Events facilities, which can cater for up to 300 guests and is the perfect venue for any business meetings or any of life’s special occasions.Durham County Cricket Club is located in Chester–le-Street, a historic market town in the Vale of Durham . Proud of its Christian heritage, evidence of religious significance can be found throughout the town Follow the town Heritage Trail to explore the history of the town and take in the sites, including St Mary and St Cuthbert’s Church, while Cuddy’s Course walking trail traces the route of the Community of St Cuthbert of Lindisfarne, from here to Durham City, via Finchale Priory. Also nearby… No visit to the Vale of Durham would be complete without a trip to Beamish – The Living Museum of the North. This open-air attraction brings the past to life, vividly recreating life in the North East through the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian periods. Or discover your wild side at Beamish Wild, an adventure woodland where visitors can scale the tree tops, tackle the Burma Bridge, jump the leap of faith and free-fall on the incredible power fan. Discover more of Durham and explore historic Durham City, the breathtaking Durham Dales and the dramatic Durham Coast. A short drive into Durham City will allow you to discover the treasures of the world famous Durham Cathedral and Castle UNESCO World Heritage Site, or marvel at an unrivalled collection of antiquities in Durham University’s Oriental Museum. Take in the sights and smells of Durham’s glorious gardens, including Crook Hall and Durham University’s Botanic Garden. The striking scenery of the Durham Dales and North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty provides peace and tranquillity or the perfect chance to get outdoors and active, with walking and cycling trails revealing unforgettable views. At Hamsterley Forest you will find 2,000 hectares of woodland to explore, or get back to nature at High Force waterfall, a truly magnificent sight. Experience the dramatic views and rugged beauty of the Durham Heritage Coast, with nearby Dalton Park, the region’s biggest outlet shopping centre. For those craving culture, The Bowes Museum houses an impressive collection of European fine and decorative arts in a building as impressive as the exhibits within. Or immerse yourself in history and heritage at Raby Castle, one of England’s finest medieval castles. Durham plays host to many more treasures too, visitors can board a steam train at Locomotion – The National Railway Museum at Shildon, or experience the life of a Victorian lead miner at Killhope – The North of England Lead Mining Museum in the Durham Dales. And for some family fun, Durham has a host of great days out including Hall Hill Farm and Adventure Valley. When it’s time to refuel, whether you want to relax in one of Durham’s cosy pubs with a hearty meal, enjoy a tasty tearoom treat or indulge in a stylish restaurant, it’s all on the menu in Durham. Look out for the TasteDurham mark, a sign of great food and service. Whether you choose Durham City, the Durham Dales, Vale of Durham or the Durham Coast as a base for your trip to Durham, you'll find accommodation to suit every taste and budget. To plan your perfect break visit www.thisisdurham.com . I have edit my profile so to work along with a Friend in Thailand who is a Property Consultant in Pattaya so if any one would like Good Cheap Accommodation Let me Know .
Morden Leisure Centre starting to take shape
Merton Council is building a family friendly leisure centre. It's exciting to see it take shape as the structure goes up!
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Durham Johnston Comprehensive School on BBC One's "Short Change" (1999)
Short Change was a consumer affairs programme for children, originally broadcast on BBC One. For a segment about the concerns surrounding drug use in British schools, the show came to Durham Johnston Comprehensive School to film dramatisations with members of the GCSE drama department, and to interview pupils and the school's Head Teacher. These clips originate from a digitally-restored off-air recording of the show, which was originally broadcast in January 1999 as part of the sixth series of Short Change. 00:00 - Short Change clips 04:43 - Restoration Demonstration
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Kevin Ball's Sunday Club: Lanchester CCFC
Sunderland legend Kevin Ball kicks off his Sunday Club series by joining Lanchester CCFC for training. Bally will be meeting Sunday League teams from around the region and occasionally calling in special guests! Watch as he meets manager Basher and the rest of the players as they prepared for their weekend game against Annfield Plain CC. His words of wisdom obviously helped as Lanchester won 8-2 to continue a superb start to the season.
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Gone Fishing!
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Pandacetamol - Strange People
Soundtrack: Strange People Producer: Pandacetamol Label: rec72 : http://rec72.net/ License: Creative Commons CC-BY-SA-3.0 : http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/de/ Source-Link: http://rec72.net/?p=1978

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