Aycliffe


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Aycliffe

a town in Co. Durham: founded as a new town in 1947. Pop. (including Newton Aycliffe): 25 655 (2001)
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It's this high-quality care that has enabled the launch or our new Newton Aycliffe home specifically for dementia sufferers.
Aycliffe Youth v Stockton W E, Fishburn Comm v Great Ayton.
Brian Riley, for GAMP, said: "This unique fund has helped a wide range of groups, including Acle Scouts, to help young people achieve their Duke of Edinburgh's Award, The Friends of Senior Citizens who received New Age Curling equipment and Newton Aycliffe FC Under-18s who provided coaching qualifications for players.
Aycliffe Juniors, Shildon AFC v Ferryhill Town, Trimdon United v Hardwick Youth.
Ms Connell initially decided to turn her hobby into a business after receiving requests from other teams impressed by the outfits she created for the Newton Aycliffe Cougars, the cheerleading team she coaches.
Simonside defeated Herrington CW 2-1, while County Durham side Aycliffe emerged 5-3 victors at Seaham Town FC.
Two goals from Danny Earl gave Aycliffe an eyebrow-raising victory, with Amar Purewal netting for Darlington in between.
Newcastle child murderer Mary Bell, who killed two young boys when aged 11, was also held in Aycliffe during the 1970s.
For more information call Alison Ghent at the One Point Hub in Newton Aycliffe on 03000 261 118 or call 03000 261 111.
Pamela Petty is managing director of Ebac - the Newton Aycliffe firm that's bringing washing machine manufacturing back to the UK.
Four further counts relate to alleged indecent assault on a second victim, in Newton Aycliffe, between October 1979 and October 1983.
Business Durham, Durham County Council s business gateway, is delighted to announce that a major new investor in the county, Compound Photonics, has acquired the former RFMD facility at Newton Aycliffe.