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Police warn residents to secure hanging baskets
FLOWER THEFT Police are warning residents in the Park East area of Darlington to secure their hanging baskets following a spate of thefts in the area. It is recommended that owners use an extra safety chain or close hooks to prevent baskets being easily lifted.
PILATES CLASS Heighington Village Hall will host a pilates class every Monday beginning tonight (Monday September 2). The classes, which are good for developing better posture and balance, cost £5 and run from 4.30pm to 5.45pm. To book a place, call 07716-997844.
CYCLE HIRE Bike company Darlovelo will offer a special bike hire service to allow people to travel from Darlington town centre to the Festival of Thrift, at Lingfield Point, on Saturday September 21 and Sunday September 22. Bikes will be available at £2 for one day and £3 for two from Café Create, on Parkgate.
BLUETONES STAR Mark Morriss, of The Bluetones, will play a solo gig at The Forum in Darlington on Friday September 6. Tickets are £7 and available from the venue or by calling 01325-363135.
HEARING LOSS Advice and support on hearing loss and problems is available from Age UK’s Hear to Meet café, held at Bradbury House in Darlington tomorrow (Tuesday August 3) and on the first Tuesday of every month from 1pm until 3pm. Refreshments are available. For more details, contact Sue White on 01325-741495.
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