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Degree funding explained
NEW College Durham will host and Exploring Degrees event providing information about higher education funding at its Framwellgate Moor campus, Durham City, on Wednesday (April 30) at 6pm. For further details, call 0191-375-4040 or visit newcollegedurham.ac.uk
CHRISTIAN WORKERS: The Durham Young Christian Workers group is holding a social event at the Dun Cow pub, Old Elvet, Durham, on Monday, May 12, at 7pm. Weather permitting, this will include a picnic on the riverbanks. For more information, visit ycwimpact.com
RAMBLING CLUB: Durham Rambling Club will do two nine-mile walks along the Northumberland coast on Sunday (April 27), from Craster to Seahouses and Boulmer to Seahouses. Travel by coach with pick-ups around Durham costs £12 per person. New members welcome. To book, call 07706-871-812.
SPECIAL SERVICE: A commemorative service for former students of Bede Teacher Training College who served in the First World War at Durham University’s College of St Hild and St Bede, Gilesgate, Durham, tomorrow (Saturday, April 26) at 6pm.
FOODBANK COLLECTIONS: County Durham Foodbank will hold collection days at Tesco in Consett on Saturday, May 3; Tesco in Chester-le-Street on Saturday, May 10; and Asda in Stanley on Saturday, May 21. To volunteer, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
THE SEARCHERS: The Gala Theatre Durham will host The Searchers on Sunday (April 27). The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £19.50. To book, call 03000-266-600 or go online to galadurham.co.uk
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