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Houghall spring show
EAST Durham College’s Houghall campus, near Durham City, will host its annual spring show on Sunday, May 18, from 10am to 4pm. There will be equine displays, dog agility and grooming demonstrations, falconry, floristry, a classic car show and much more. The event runs from 10am to 4pm. Entry costs £5 per car. For further details, call 0191-375-4700.
CROSSGATE TALKS: The next meeting of Crossgate Community Partnership will be held in North Road Methodist Church, North Road, Durham, on Tuesday (May 6) at 7.45pm. The agenda includes the proposed developments at the County Hospital and the bus station, Neville’s Cross Club and Waddington Street.
COMEDY DEAL: Comedy fans attending The Comedy Store at the Gala Theatre, Durham, on Monday (May 5) can get a ticket plus a main meal at nearby Chiquito Mexican restaurant all for £15. The comedy starts at 7.30pm and suitable for ages 16 and up. Tickets are usually £11 for adults, £9 for concessions and £8 for students and Gala Friends. To book, call 03000-266-600. To take advantage of the special offer, quote ‘Chiquito15’. Tables at Chiquito must be pre-booked by calling 0191-370-6470.
DIABETES MEETING: The next meeting of the Diabetes UK Durham voluntary group will be held at the diabetes centre at the University Hospital of North Durham, Durham City, on Tuesday, May 13, at 7.30pm. The topic is “hypoglycaemia: why doctors and patients are worried”. The meeting will be followed by refreshments and informal discussion.
STEPHEN MITCHELL: The next meeting of the British-Israel Fellowship will be held at Shakespeare Hall, North Road, Durham, on Saturday, May 10, at 2pm. Stephen Mitchell, from Glasgow, will speak with the title: Gold tried in the furnace of Jerusalem. All are welcome. For more information, call 0191-384-7704.
RABBIT CARE: Pets At Home, at the Arnison Centre, Pity Me, Durham, will hold free workshops on how to care for rabbits responsibly on May 10, 11, 17 and 18 at noon. For further details, visit rabbitawarenessweek.co.uk
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