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   3 Durham Road, Ferryhill.
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                                                                   At the heart of this wonderful community                                                                    by Warm Front.

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                                                                                                                                                                         Tel: Dave Priestman
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                      cLEVES cROSS PUPiLS                                                                                               A GRAnD SUmmER
                          AWARDED AT                                                                                                   FAYRE FOR cHiLTOn
                       STADiUm OF LiGHT                                                                                               St Aidan’s Church in Chilton
                                                                                                                                      will be holding a Grand
                                                                                                                                                                      and are from the Chilton
Cleves Cross Primary School                                                                                                           Summer Fayre on Saturday,       The lucky winner will
had a lot to celebrate recently,
                                                                                                                                      July 25th.                      receive £30 as well as a
when not only were two of
                                                                                                                                      The event will be opened        sash and tiara and will lead
their pupils presented with
                                                                                                                                      by the town’s Mayor,            the parade on Chilton Gala
awards at the Stadium of Light
                                                                                                                                      Councillor Leonard Potts, at    Day.
in Sunderland, but the entire
school were on of the overall
                                                                                                                                      2.00pm.                         There will also be a dog
winners of the ‘Shining                                                                                                               The Town Council will be        obedience display, led by
Through Award.’                                                                                                                       running a Carnival Princess     Cama Canines Team, as well
The Award is part of the SAFC                                                                                                         competition at the fayre,       as the usual attractions such
Foundation and is sponsored                                                                                                           which will take place at        as a tombola, homemade
by housing provider, Gentoo.                                                                                                          2.30pm.                         cake stall, bric-a-brac, fancy
It is the annual celebration of                                                                                                       The participants are all aged   goods and various display
young people’s achievement                                                                                                            between 5 and 10 years-old      stalls.
in the local community.
Cleves Cross were selected as                                                                                                         PEnTLAnDS PROJEcT
the overall Durham winners for
their efforts in sustainability,                                                                                                          UnDERWAY
and they will receive free                                                                                                            Work is now underway to         The Council is also asking
sessions of football coaching                                                                                                         install new play equipment at   that anyone who witnesses
as their reward.                                                                                                                      Pentlands Play Area.            vandalism or anti-social
Head Teacher, Alison Lazenby,                                                                                                         The project commenced on        behaviour taking place
said, “I have never seen a                                                                                                            Monday, July 20th, and will     during the construction
whole school issue be taken                            Kevin Ball (SAFC) ,Elaine Murray (Gentoo) Mrs Angela
                                                                                                                                      take around five weeks to       period, or once the work is
on so readily by everyone                            Hilton (Year 6 class teacher), Beverley Noble (Durham Local
                                                                                                                                      complete.                       completed, to contact the
involved with school. Since                                   Authority), Paige Hodgson and Ellis Slater.
                                                                                                                                      Chilton Town Council has        local police on 0345 60 60
September of last year we                          becoming ‘sustainable’.                         Slater received a Personal         acknowledged that there may     365 or notify Paul Gray on
have achieved so much, not                         “It has reached out from just                   Achievement Award for              be some noise and disruption    01388 721788, selecting
only in school but in the minds                    being within school to being a                  showing a great deal of            while the work is underway      option 2.
and actions of the pupils and                      whole community.”                               bravery and determination          and apologises to nearby        All information given will
their parents in relation to                       Eleven      year-old      Ellis                 since starting school.             residents in advance.           be confidential.
                                                                                                   He was born with a defective

   nOW OPEn
                        Cactus Pizzeria                                                            kidney and for the first
                                                                                                   nine years of his life was
 in FERRYHiLL! 16 Main Street,                                                                     fed through a tube in his
  01740 650555    Ferryhill                                                                        He would sit alongside his
                                                                                                   friends in the dinner hall, and
                                                                                                   his mam would even make
                                                                                                   him a packed lunch everday
      Open 7 Days a Week                                                                           so he could open it along with
 Mon-Thurs: 4.30pm - 11.30pm                                                                       everyone else, before taking
  Fri-Sat:   4.30pm - 2.30am                                                                       it home untouched.
                                                                                                   Ellis finally had a kidney
  Sunday: 4.30pm-11.30pm
                                                                                                   transplant two years ago,
                                                                                                   thanks to his mam, and
Spend £10+ receive a 10” Garlic Bread                                                              now loves eating his school
with Cheese or a 10” Margherita free                                                               dinners!
                                                                                                   The Good Citizen Award was
Spend £20+ receive a 12” Pizza                                                                     presented to 11 year-old Paige
                                                                                                   Hodgson, who is a ‘buddy’ at
                                                                                                   her school. She takes the role
      Plus many more more special offers                                                           very seriously, ensuring the
                                                                                                   younger children feel safe and
              always available                                                                     have friends to play with.
            PLEASE cALL in!                                                                        She has also volunteered
                                                                                                   as a LEAP (Lets Enjoy
                     Tel: 01740 650555                                                             Active Playtimes) Leader
                                                                                                   and regularly engages other
                        FREE DELiVERY                                                              children in active playtime
    (On orders over £9.00, within a 3 mile radius, orders under £9.00, delivery charge is £1.20)

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    Friday, 24th July                                                                                                                                                                          Page 1
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       Happy Birthday Dad.                                                      Happy Birthday Andi.
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Elaine, Keith, Rachael & Shannon.                                                 Ella & Cameron.
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                                                                                                                                                              5th, 2009
                  GiRLS SHOW THEiR                                                                        bROWniES KEEP
                     bOWLS SKiLLS                                                                        THEmSELVES bUSY
                                                                                                     Ferryhill    Brownies     have    around the King George V
                                                                                                     recently managed to raise over    Playing Fields as part of their
                                                                                                     £50 from a coffee evening held    community involvement in
                                                                                                     for friends and family.           Northumbria in Bloom.
                                                                                                     The group are donating            All sections of Girlguiding
                                                                                                     half of the money to the          UK have places available
                                                                                                     World Wildlife Fund’s One         for new members. For more
                                                                                                     Planet Challenge, one of the      information     contact     the
                                                                                                     Community Action Projects         Rainbows on 01740 656053,
                                                                                                     organised by Girlguiding UK.      the Brownies on 01740
                                                                                                     The Brownies have also            652498 or the Guides on
                                                                                                     been busy doing a litter pick     01740 650448.

                                                                                                         POTEnTiAL LEGAL
                                                                                                     A 30 year-old man recently        Magistrates at Newton Aycliffe
                                                                                                     pleaded guilty to causing         were informed that there was
                                                                                                     £690 worth of damage to           a potential legal argument for
                                                                                                     a double-glazed window,           one trial for both offences.
                                                                                                     UPVC door and glass panel         Matters       were     therefore
                                                                                                     which belonged to landlord,       adjourned for a review hearing
                                                                                                     Thomas Bell, at a premises in     on August 20th.
                                                                                                     Ferryhill.                        The defendant was granted bail,
     The Ferryhill Business & Enterprise College students at Ferryhill Indoor Bowls Club.            John Paul Flannigan pleaded       conditions of which are that he
Over thirty young ladies         club expressed his delight at     from the Leisure Centre on        not guilty, however, to two       live and sleep at an address in
from Ferryhill Business and      the attendance and said that a    01740 654121 or the Bowls         charges of assault by beating     East Thorp, Newcastle upon
Enterprise College received      number of the girls showed a      Club Secretary on 01740           of a woman on June 12th and       Tyne and that he has no contact
Bowls Coaching at Ferryhill      natural ability and hoped they    651010.                           13th.                             with potential witnesses.
Indoor Bowls Club recently,
as part of a sports programme
                                 would consider attending the
                                 junior coaching sessions.             cOUnciL THAnKS STAFF FOR
which involves the college
being introduced to new
                                 The sessions are held on
                                 Fridays from 4.30pm to
                                                                       HARD WORK DURinG FLOODS
sports.                          5.30pm.                           Durham County Council staff       hugely varied problems the        The Portfolio Holder for
The chairman of the bowls        Further details can be obtained   worked through the weekend        storm water brought.              Strategic Enviroment is Cllr
                                                                   last week, to help advise and     Head      of   Neighbourhood      Bob Young. He says the quick
        biKER DiES in                                              support the many County           Services, Terry Collins, says
                                                                                                     he’s been bowled over by the
                                                                                                                                       action taken by so many staff
                                                                                                                                       undoubtedly helped ease
       ROAD AcciDEnT
                                                                   Durham residents affected
                                                                   by the aftermath of the flood     staff response, “The volume       a worrying time for many
                                                                   waters resulting from the         of rain, and speed with           residents, “When situations
A man has been killed after      an oncoming car and hit a lamp                                      which it fell, brought with
                                                                   torrential rain on Friday, July                                     like this arise and flash floods
being thrown from his            post, before being thrown into                                      it a whole host of problems
                                                                   17th.                                                               cause the sort of problems seen
motorcycle on the A167, near     a fixed litter bin.                                                 which affected many of our
                                                                   The authority’s management                                          over Friday and Saturday it is
the West Chilton roundabout.     He suffered serious head                                            residents. The response by
                                                                   team thanked the many                                               essential that our task forces
According to police, 50 year-    and internal injuries in the                                        County Council staff has been
                                                                   employees who stepped in                                            and customer service staff
old Peter Wilson, who lived in   accident. He was taken to                                           outstanding and I can not
                                                                   to coordinate the hundreds                                          stay calm and well informed.
Lumley Crescent in Ferryhill,    James       Cook    University                                      thank everyone enough for
                                                                   of calls and who worked                                             They did this with outstanding
tried to overtake several        Hospital in Middlesbrough,                                          all the hard work and absolute
                                                                   tirelessly to deal with the                                         dedication and I am extremely
vehicles. He swerved to avoid    where he sadly died.                                                professionalism shown. Well       proud of what our teams have
                                 Anyone who witnessed the
                                 crash, which occured at around
                                                                       bOOKS                         done to all.”                     achieved so quickly.”

   The chapter On                5.45pm on Sunday, July 19th,
                                 is asked to contact police on
                                                                       & cHAT                           USEFUL CONTACT LIST
    01388 775896                 0345 60 60 365.
                                                                   A Book and Chat session is to
                                                                   take place at Chilton Library        crimestoppers      0800 555 111

                                                                   on Thursday, July 30th, from
                                                                   Anyone interested in joining
                                                                                                        Durham constabulary to report quality of life issues or
                                                                                                        incidents of crime 0345 60 60 365
                                                                   the group should contact the
           TEL: (01740) 652006                                     library on 01388 720251.
                                                                                                        Neighbourhood Wardens deal with dog fouling - fly
                                                                                                        tipping - rowdy behaviour - stray dogs 01740 654907

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    Friday, July 24th                                                                                                                                        Page 3
       EnTER nOW FOR                                                                     PRimARY ScHOOL AWARDED
         FERRYHiLL’S                                                                     HEALTHY ScHOOLS STATUS
         GOT TALEnT                                                                Chilton Primary School is
                                                                                   delighted to have recently
                                                                                   achieved National Healthy
  Ferryhill Summer Gala Presents.....                                              School Status.
                                                                                   This programme recognises
    Ferryhill’s Got                                                                the school’s work in four core


                                                                                   - Personal, social and health
                                                                                   eduction including drugs,
                                                                                   alcohol, tobacco education
                                                                                   and sex and relationships
 Name / Name of Act:                                                               education
 ...............................................................................   - Healthy eating
                                                                                   - Physical activity
 Talent:                                                                           - Emotional health and well-
                                                                                                                                 Chilton Primary School has been awarded
 ...............................................................................                                                      National Healthy Schools Status.
                                                                                   A spokesperson for the school
                                                                                   commented, “The school is          prestigious national award, the     The school also works closely
 Adress:                                                                           committed to the health agenda     school’s work is recognised and     with school meals provider,
 ...............................................................................   and aims to develop happy,         of this the school community        Taylor Shaw, to develop
                                                                                   emotionally balanced and           is proud. We take pride in          themed meal days linked to the
 ...............................................................................   healthy young people who are       ensuring pupils feel safe and       curriculum to further enhance
 ...............................................................................   successful in school and life      secure in school and have a         children’s understanding of
 ...............................................................................   in general. In receiving this      dedicated Learning Mentor.          healthy lifestyles.”

 Telephone Number:                                                                                                         FERRYHiLL.
                                                                                        Want to                             ROOFinG
                                                                                     advertise your                       cOnTRAcTORS
                                                                                                                          For all aspects of roofing
 Please return this form by 27th July 2009 to                                          business?                         - New roofs - roof repairs -
 Ferryhill Town Council, Town Hall, Ferryhill, Co
 Durham, DL17 8JL. If you have any queries with
                                                                                      call Us On                            slating - felt roofs etc.
                                                                                                                         contact Trevor Elsdon
 regards to this, please contact John Rogerson on                                    01388 775896                                 on
                                                                                                                             01740 656619
 01740 652157.                                                                                                            or mobile 0788 788 6558
 Please note that contestants must provide a CD of
                                                                                         K         GUITAR
 their own music.
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                                                                                                                        Plumbing & Heating
  Simply fill in the form above and take it to Ferryhill Town                      Competitive & Affordable Rates
                                                                                                                      - Gas safe registered
                                                                                                                                                          Pc REPAiR
  Council to enter the ‘Ferryhill’s Got Talent’ Competition.                       Qualified LCM Tutor                - Installation & Servicing               New systems installed
                                                                                   Beginner - Intermediate Levels     - Cookers                                   Broadband and
A ‘Ferryhill’s Got Talent’                    own music should it be               Catered For                        - COMBI Boilers                           Wireless Networks
competition, based on ITV’s                   required and acts should last        Learn What You Want To Play!       - Bathroom Suites & Showers              Slow system or errors
                                                                                                                      - Burst Pipes                                  repaired
‘Britain’s Got Talent’, will be               no longer than five minutes.
                                                                                       Tel: 07545233043               - Drains unblocked                         Sensible prices
held at Ferryhill’s Summer                    Entry is free and forms can be        Email       -Free Estimates & advice
Gala on Sunday, August 16th.                  obtained from the Town Hall                                                                                           call neil
                                                                                                                      TEL: Stephen on 01740 655031
All types of entertainment                    in Ferryhill. Alternatively,                                                            or 07748481544            07834 541 808
will be considered and there                  simply fill out the form                       TO LET
is no age minimum or limit for                above.                                   Two bedroomed house in
The only stipulations are that
                                              You can also enter by calling
                                              John Rogerson on 01740
                                                                                          Cochrane Terrace,
                                                                                           Ferryhill Station.
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                                                                                                                                                   Friday, July 24th
        FinD SPOnGE                                                                                 AGED PEOPLES’
       bOb AT cHiLTOn                                                                               AnnUAL OUTinG
          LibRARY                                                         The Ferryhill Parish Aged
                                                                          People’s Treat Committee
                                                                                                             All coaches will then return
                                                                                                                                              Bootham Bar in York.
                                                                                                                                              The fayre for OAP’s is £2,
Chilton Library is encouraging          of books for both the younger     Annual Outing will be taking       to the Market Place before       while children are £3 and all
its younger borrowers to pop            and more advanced reader          place on Thursday, July 23rd.      leaving at 10.30am.              other travellers £5.
in and take a look at its three         which are linked towards the      There will be five coaches         The buses will be making their   Below is a list of coaches and
new junior displays.                    library’s Quest Seekers reading   carrying passengers to York        way back home at 5.30pm          the areas they will be collecting
Two of the displays are filled          challenge.                        with pick-ups beginning at         from the fountain opposite       passengers.
with books about characters             “Please pop into your local
which all children love,                library and come and see
Sponge Bob Square Pants and             our new displays,” said a                                                Coach No 1
Horrid Henry.                           spokesperson for Chilton
The third display is a mixture                                            - Aged Miners Homes                - Darlington Road Corner         - Junction of Broom Road /
                                                                          - Haig terrace                       (Below Bailes Garage)            Dean Road
      DO YOU HAVE                                                         - Zion Chapel
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       ‘cHARiTY AT HOmE’                                                                                                 Letters to
                                                                                                                         the Editor
                                                                                                        This correspondent writes regarding the kiosks at the
                                                                                                                     new toilets in Ferryhill.....
                                                                                                   Dear Editor,                      generate extra revenue for the
                                                                                                   As a local businessman I          Town Council is OK, but only
                                                                                                   have supported Ferryhill          if it doesn't take from other
                                                                                                   Town Council in many ways,        established businesses in the
                                                                                                   including various charities and   village.
                                                                                                   fund raising events.              Local outlets are already
                                                                                                   I think the council workforce     struggling      during     this
                                                                                                   do a fantastic job during the     recession, we do not need
                                                                                                   summer, with flower beds          further competition from
                                                                                                   and hanging baskets etc. but      the the very people that
                                                                                                   recently I have discovered,       we elected. This action has
                                                                                                   that the Council are themselves   confirmed that lately the
                                                                                                   applying for a change of          Council are only good at
                                                                                                   use planning application to       fighting amongst themselves
                                                                                                   convert one of the village        like childish infants and can't
                                                                                                   kiosks, adjacent to the toilets   work together, to serve the
                                                                                                   in Ferryhill market place, to a   best interests of the people of
                                                                                                   hot food takeaway.                Ferryhill.
                                                                                                   This I find is unbelievable,                John Lamb,
                                                                                                   building these kiosks to                     Llewellyns.
  Students Nicole Charlton and Megan Grimmer presented the cheque with head teacher, Mr
          Bowden, to Deborah Smith and Emma Gowling from the LADDER Centre.
                                                                                                   NOTE FROM THE EDITOR;             Council. Ferryhill Town
Students    from    Ferryhill   provided they contribute to        of donations. Students Nicole   The Chapter understands           Council own the kiosk which
Business and Enterprise         charity.                           Charlton and Megan Grimmer,     that it is in fact Chat-a- Box    is available for businesses
College recently had a non-     The student council decides        accompanied by the head         that has applied for planning     to let.
uniform day in order to raise   which charities to support         teacher, Mr Bowden, made the    permission, not the Town
money for charity.              and, this term, decided            donation, which was greatly                                            CLASSIFIED
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                                                                                   Poetry Corner
Peter Phillip Walker pleaded     lives with his father in Windsor
guilty to a non-molestation      Avenue, then pleaded guilty                                          mY FRiEnDS
order when he appeared           to a charge that he had failed
before local Magistrates                                                                              By Ann Hughes, Windlestone.
                                 to surrender to custody at
recently.                        Newton Aycliffe Magistrates        Margaret, Rosemary and Pam       Stepping out so not as to           Llewellyns is now in sight
Walker admitted visiting a       Court on July 2nd.                 Christine, Mary and Ann          wane,                               Where we have a coffee and
woman in Faraday Street in       Walker had earlier been            These are my friends who like    Past the garage at Dene Road        maybe a bite.
Dean Bank on June 19th,          released after two nights in       to walk                          Always remembering our              If the weather is fine we’ll
however he denied the charge     custody at Spennymoor Police       But best of all they like to     highway code.                       walk back home
of visiting the house the        Station and stated that he had     talk.                            Up the bank, at last at the top     And this will mean the end of
following day.                   been too ill to attend court on    Ferryhill on a Monday is         Having a quick look in the          my poem.
The 24 year-old, who currently   the day.                           usually our aim                  charity shop.

   RAinbOW WHiST &
    DOminO DRiVE                                                                 WEST cHiLTOn TERRAcE AnD
St Michael’s Church in           costs £1.50 and includes                            DEnEbRiDGE ROW
Bishop Middleham is to hold      refreshments. A raffle will also                                     By Vince Elsbury, ex Chilton.
a Rainbow Whist and Domino       be held, all proceeds of which
Drive in the Village Hall on     are in aid of church funds.        West Chilton Terr and             West Chilton Terr, Chilton’s       bowling green.
Saturday, July 25th.             “Everyone is most welcome,”        Denebridge Row                    longest street                     Next came Denebridge Row
Admission to the event, which    commented a spokesperson           Where many vehicles would         It seeing every season, frost      Where kids once sledged in
gets underway at 2.00pm,         for the church.                    be driven                         snow and heat.                     frozen snow.
                                                                    In sun, rain and snow.            Then on upper field in the         Then on the front in long
ALLEGED ATTAcK AT                                                   From Barkers Corner to
                                                                    Jaques Farm
                                                                                                      Some summer nights missing
                                                                                                                                         Some people toiled hours
  mETAL bRiDGE                                                      Delapidated now
                                                                    Where were once kept, horse
                                                                                                      our tea
                                                                                                      What the heck.
                                                                                                                                         Tending their veg and flowers.
                                                                                                                                         Then under the bridge, ran
Craig Cook entered no plea       alleged to have dragged the        sheep and cow.                    Then on lower field playing        on lines
when he appeared before          victim from a bed, kicked her      Then the grandstand and           cricket                            Engines with wagons taking
Newton Aycliffe Magistrates      repeatedly, to have bitten her     football pitch                    Bowlers trying to hit the          coal from the mines.
recently to face a charge of     shoulder and used a candlestick    Where games were won,             wicket.                            From memory I’ve painted
causing actual bodily harm.      as a weapon.                       drawn and lost                    Two big towers could once          A picture for young and old
The court heard that on May      Cook         was       granted     Other matches put off through     be seen                            A story for locals.
18th, a domestic dispute with    unconditional bail and the         snow and frost.                   Re-housed now, facing our          It had to be told.
his partner occurred at their    case adjourned for committal
home in Metal Bridge near        to Crown Court on September
Ferryhill. The 21 year-old is    3rd.                               cAR PARK                                   SAFc mEETinG
       FERYEmOUnT                                                   Duncombe Cemetary is to be The Ferryhill Branch of                   meeting at The Manor House

     cOFFEE mORninG                                                 more accessable to vehicles the Sunderland Supporters’
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                                                                                                                                         pub in Ferryhill on Wednesday,
                                                                                                                                         August 5th, from 7.00pm.
Feryemount      House     in     There will be a cake stall, raffle There will also be a new
Ferryhill’s North Street is
to hold a Coffee Morning
                                 and tombola, all proceeds of footpath linking the Ferryhill
                                 which will be in aid of the Carrs as well as some soft
                                                                                                                On THiS DAY...
on Friday, August 7th, from
                                 Clients Comforts Fund at the landscaping.
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                                                                                                                  JULY 24TH
                                                                                                        2005: American cyclist, Lance    tape recordings of White
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coach to Bury’s famous market    market.                                     AVAiLAbLE                  1980: Peter Sellers died.        from the Moon to Earth.
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          cOUnTY cOUnciL UnVEiL                                                                                SPEED ViSOR FOR
             OLYmPic LEGAcY                                                                                      WOOD LAnE
                                                                                                          A speed visor is to be installed    area to be monitored for the
Durham County Council is
                                                                                                          in the Wood Lane area of            level of traffic that is passing
unveiling ambitious plans
                                                                                                          Ferryhill, after residents aired    and it’s speed.
designed to bring 2012 Olympic
                                                                                                          concerns about speeding.            The cost for the installation
fever to the county as well as
                                                                                                          The digital reader contains a       of the device, between £2,500
ensuring when the games finish
                                                                                                          sensor that detects the speed       and £3,000, is being met by
a lasting legacy remains here.
                                                                                                          at which a passing vehicle is       County Councillor Charlie
The authority, the fourth
                                                                                                          travelling before displaying        Magee, although the Town
largest unitary in the country,
                                                                                                          that speed to them if they are      Council will have to pay an
is finalising an Olympic-
                                                                                                          driving too fast. It also records   annual cost of £67.50 to cover
themed programme of events
                                                                                                          the information, allowing the       the cost of insuring the visor.
and opportunities which will
foster excellence and increase
participation in a wide range of                                                                                  mOTHER URGES
sports and activities.
The proposals, which will
now be taken forward by the                                                                               A local mother is urging            them both”, she said.
council’s 2012 working group,                                                                             parents to have their children      Both her children were running
include ensuring gifted and                                                                               vaccinated after she claims she     dangerously high temperatures.
talented athletes do not have to                                                                          nearly lost her teenage son and     Gary, 16, also had to cope with
leave the county to fulfil their                                                                          daughter to measles.                chronic vomiting, an angry
ambitions and inspiring young                                                                             Gary Bridges and Billy-Jean         rash from head to toe, delirium
people to reach for their goals                                                                           Nicholson developed serious         and sight loss.
whatever their interest, sporting                                                                         complications      after   they     His sister’s condition was so
or not.                                                                                                   both contracted the highly          severe it triggered her asthma
The programme was unveiled                                                                                contagious illness.                 and the 15 year-old had to be
to former Olympic Champion,                                                                               Neither had been immunised as       given oxygen by paramedics.
Lord Sebastian Coe, as he                                                                                 babies because of scare stories     Her face also swelled up
toured potential pre Olympic                                                                              about the MMR vaccine.              and her eyes closed. Both
training camps at the council’s                                                                           Now their mother, Lisa, who         youngsters lost a stone in
leisure centres in Spennymoor                                                                             lives in Newton Aycliffe, has       weight in a week.
and Deerness.                                                                                             urged parents to take up the        “Now I have seen what measles
Council Leader Cllr. Simon                                                                                MMR vaccine to avoid the            can do I certainly wish I’d had
Henig says he believes the                                                                                ‘living hell’ she has just gone     the kids vaccinated and would
                                        2016 Olympic hopeful 9 year old Amy Tinkler from South            through with her children.          strongly urge parents to do the
plans are both essential and
                                      Durham Gymnastics Club was very excited about showing off           “I thought I was going to lose      same,” continued Lisa.
achievable, “Hearing Lord Coe
                                     her skills to double Olympic gold medallist Lord Sebastian Coe.
tell us what a vital role local
authorities played in making
his Olympic glory a reality
                                     The detailed plans will include
                                                                       complete pathways for gifted
                                                                       and talented youngsters to be
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