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July 2024

July

26

Brancepeth Castle Summer Craft Fair 2024

Friday, Friday, July 26, 2024
Brancepeth Castle, Durham

A three day summer craft fair held at Brancepeth Castle, near Durham. Over 60 stalls of amazing crafts inside the castle and in the courtyard.


July

28

Brancepeth Castle Summer Craft Fair 2024

Sunday, Sunday, July 28, 2024
Brancepeth Castle, Durham

Over 60 unique stalls of interesting and amazing crafts will be displayed in Brancepeth Castle. Art, photography, jewellery, textiles, pottery, glass, leather craft, woodwork, skin care, clothing, household items, up-cycling, plants and locally produced luxury foods and ales.


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December 2024

December

7

The Upbeat Beatles

Saturday, Saturday, December 7, 2024
The Forum Northallerton, Northallerton

Performing to sell out venues for over 20 years, ‘The Upbeat Beatles’ have more than earned their reputation as the finest tribute to the music of the Beatles. Paying homage to the greatest band in history, ‘The Upbeat Beatles’ take you through the whole of the Beatles’ career; from the early days of ‘Beatlemania’ (She Loves You, I Want To Hold Your Hand) across the Atlantic to conquer the USA (Help!, Ticket To Ride), through the ‘Summer of Love’ and Psychedelia (Sgt.



Wagamama at Teesside Park set to debut new brunch menu

Teesside Park's Wagamama will be the only outlet in the North East debuting the chain's first-ever brunch menu.

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138th Durham Miners' Gala 2024 LIVE: Build-up to Durham City event

People are arriving in the historic city of Durham in preparation for the 138th Big Meeting. Durham Miners' Gala, which dates back to 1871, is a celebration of coalfield communities and left-wing poli&hellip

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