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To celebrate the 1940s Weekend, Barnard Castle shops and businesses are encouraged to dress your windows in Forties style for the weekend. Your window will need to be dressed by Thursday 22 June and will be judged on Friday 23 June by representatives of the Teesdale Mercury and The Morritt Arms.
The winner of the competition will receive free editorial about their business in the Teesdale Mercury and a trophy cup sponsored by The Morritt Arms.
In addition runners up will be highly commended for imagination and creativity.
To enter the competition please text *your shop name* followed by “1940s Window” to The Dress Agency shop mobile: 07947892237 or email email@example.com
Even if you don’t enter the competition please join in the town atmosphere over the weekend of 23-25 June by perhaps taping your window panes, putting up bunting and asking your staff to dress up.
Following the election held on Thursday 4 May, 2017. The results have been published on Durham County Council’s website here.
The following were duly elected:
|Name of Candidate||Description (if any)||Number of Votes|
|BLISSETT, Kelly Ann Marie||Independent||258 ELECTED|
|BLISSETT, Luther||Independent||263 ELECTED|
|CHATTERJEE, Rima||Independent||284 ELECTED|
|CHILD, Richard||The Conservative Party Candidate||518 ELECTED|
|EVANS, Ros||Labour Party||218|
|PEAT, Roger Allan||Independent||564 ELECTED|
|ROWELL, Emma Louise||Labour Party||248|
|THOMPSON, Belinda||Independent||344 ELECTED|
Election of Town Councillors for East Ward of Barnard Castle Parish on Thursday 4 May 2017.
The following five people have been duly elected Town Councillors for East Ward of Barnard Castle Parish.
For more information, please see the Durham County Council web site here.
The town council wants to know whether it is worth spending additional money to take over the Demesnes, Scar Top, Galgate Greens and other open spaces in town over from Durham County Council, to keep these spaces well maintained and available for the enjoyment of residents and visitors.
You can drop into the Dawson Room at Woodleigh to comment from 10:00-2:00 on Saturday 7 January 2017.
Or, you can read and respond to our consultation here.
A weekend of living history, celebrating the camaraderie, costume, vehicles and music of the period. Wartime re-enactment, 1940s entertainment and historical displays.