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Barnard Castle Town Council to welcome crime commissioner Ron Hogg
CRIME COMMISSIONER: Barnard Castle Town Council will welcome Durham Police's crime commissioner Ron Hogg to its meeting on Monday, September 9. He will outline his role and take questions from members. The meeting is open to the public and starts at 6pm in the Dawson Room, Woodleigh, on Scar Top, Barnard Castle.
OPEN DAYS: Newbiggin Methodist Chapel will be open between 10am and 4pm on Saturday, September 14 and Sunday, September 15, as part of Teesdale heritage weekend. There will also be a harvest thanksgiving service at 6pm on Sunday, September 15, led by Reverend Terry Hurst.
FOLK NIGHT: Folk music legend Davey Arthur will perform at the Upper Teesdale Agricultural Support Services base, in Middleton-in-Teesdale on Friday, September 13. Admission is £10, which includes supper. Doors open at 7pm, supper is served at 7.30pm and the show starts at 8.15pm. For more details call 01833-641010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BULB PLANTING: An army of volunteers will be sought to help plant bulbs near the walls of Barnard Castle. The castle walls bulb planting scheme is being carried out jointly by Barnard castle Town Council and the Heart of Teesdale Landscape Partnership. The bulbs will be planted in November.
POLICE TALKS: The next Dales Pact meeting will take place at Romaldkirk Village Hall on Monday, September 9, starting at 7pm. Residents are welcome to attend and raise any concerns they have with local officers.
BACK IN BUSINESS: Evenwood Parish Council members will hold their first meeting following the summer break on Tuesday, September 10, at Lands Village Hall. Issues up for discussion include the future maintenance of Evenwood cemetery and The Bowes Museum's First World War commemorative project. The meeting starts at 7pm.
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