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Walk for health in Trimdon Village
2:19pm Monday 9th September 2013 in News
A WEEKLY walking group will set off from Trimdon Village Hall car park on Hallgarth Road at 10.30am every Wednesday, as part of Durham County Council’s Wow fitness initiative. The short walk will last between 30 and 60 minutes and will be led by a trained leader. For more information contact 07768-553217.
COMPUTER WORKSHOP: A free, four-week “Computers for the Terrified” taster course will take place at Agnew Community Centre at Morrison Close in Newton Aycliffe between 2pm to 4pm on Wednesdays from September 18. To book a place call David Sutton-Lloyd on 01325-316144.
GOSPELS TRIP: Places still remain on Woodham Community Centre’s bus trip to the Lindisfarne Gospels Exhibition at Palace Green Library in Durham City on Friday, September 13. The group will depart from the community Centre on St Elizabeth Close in Woodham, near Newton Aycliffe, in the bus used in the ITV television series, Heartbeat, at 10.30am. Places cost £15, including entry to the exhibition. Contact David Sutton-Lloyd on 01325-316144.
POLICE APPEAL: The nearside indicator light of a Volkswagen Golf has been torn from its socket while the vehicle was parked at Tunstall Road in Newton Aycliffe between 5pm on August 31 and 9am on September 2. Two front grills were also stolen. Anyone with information should contact Newton Aycliffe Police on 101, quoting incident number DHM-02092013-0087, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 101.
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