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Travelling Light to perform at The Witham, Barnard Castle
A DANCE theatre performance will take families on an enchanting journey through the four seasons.
Travelling Light performs How Cold My Toes at The Witham, on Horsemarket, Barnard Castle, on Saturday, at 2pm.
The event is described as suitable for families with children aged two to five.
Tickets cost £5.
BIRDSONG EVENT: The Birds and Farm Landscapes initiative are holding a birdsong of Teesdale event, in Cotherstone, on Sunday, from 5.30am to 9.30am. The Heritage Lottery funded session comprises a guided walk around the village and the River Tees, followed by breakfast. Dogs are not allowed. Free entry. Participants should meet opposite Cotherstone village hall and wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.
RnB EVENING: Mickleton RnB presents Albert Lee and Hogan’s Heroes, at Mickleton village hall, on Saturday, from 8pm to 11.45pm. Entry is £22 or £20 booked in advance. Call 01833-640854 or 07814-243467.
PARTNERSHIP MEETING: Teesdale Action Partnership (TAP) holds its annual general meeting, in Mickleton village hall, on Wednesday, May 14, at 6pm. A new chair and board members will be confirmed. Priorities for the year ahead will be discussed, including children and young people, transport, traffic management and job prospects and enterprise. Residents are invited to raise local issues at the meeting. Such requests must be submitted in writing to the TAP team by Thursday (May 8). Call 0300-0260-817 or email email@example.com.