Free snacks and store cupboard staples are on offer to families in Bishop Auckland this winter in a bid to reduce food waste.
The winners of the 2018 Environment Awards were announced at a ceremony in Durham City on Thursday 8 November.
Chair of Governors at King James I Academy, Mrs Elizabeth Varley, has officially opened the new Nurture Centre building, which has been named The Pavilion.
Cycle enthusiasts are in for a treat at the beginning of August when Bishop Auckland hosts a number of closed-road cycle races. Members of the public are encouraged to come along and cheer competitors on and support local sport in our area. The Bishop Auckland Cycle Race, featuring professional, amateur and youth events, is being […]
Bishop Auckland Football Club’s Heritage Park will host its first ever European fixture on Thursday, 7th August, when Sunderland AFC take on Real Betis. Last season Real Betis, one of the two giants of Seville, were relegated from the Spanish Primera Liga, where they played against Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. Betis have won La […]
The start of the new season saw Bishop Auckland Table Tennis Club host the 2nd Tri Club Cup event.
Bishop Auckland Table Tennis Club meet every Friday evening at 7.30pm at Bishop Barrington School Sports Hall
Helen Goodman has told MP’s that the lack of government presence in the North East is costing her constituency and the region.
After eight years of waiting BAFC play first game at the new Heritage Park Stadium