They are to use the money raised for 23 bricks in a new commemorative wall - to remember each of the Manchester United players as well as the journalists, crew members and ordinary passengers who lost their lives in the 1958 disaster Bishop Auckland
was one of the top amateur clubs in English football in the 1950s, and have a unique connection with Manchester United which fans now want to commemorate.
The market town of Bishop Auckland
is just 10 miles from the Historical City of Durham and 30 miles from Newcastle.
Mr Elliott, owner of successful Bishop Auckland
company Ebac, has the three-year-old gelding in partnership with his brothers Colin and Tony, and the manager of his sheet metalwork department Stuart Peacock.
A Durham County Council spokesman said: "Investigations continuing into the small sinkhole on Newgate Street, Bishop Auckland
Rebecca McMahon headed home a Paige Lester corner to give South Shields a narrow 1-0 win at Consett Ladies, moving them above Bishop Auckland
Ladies into second.
But with five minutes remaining Bishop Auckland
equalised from a fortunate effort as a corner hit one of their attackers on the back and went in.
The bodies of the two men, one in his 70s and the other in his 80s, were taken to Bishop Auckland
General Hospital after being exhumed in the early hours.
The midwife phoned Bishop Auckland
and was told they were so busy they could not see Andrea until 1.
The gesture comes after Labour leader Tony Blair pleaded with the Red Devils to remember how Bishop Auckland
came to their aid after the 1958 Munich air disaster.
The site at Vinovium House in Bishop Auckland
, which had been earmarked for closure, will remain, as will jobcentres in Byker and South Shields.
Division Three: Northfield C 10 (Anderson 3, Stainsby 3, Walker 3) Bishop Auckland
B 0; Ormesby K 5 (Daley 3, Green 1) Ormesby H 5 (Davis 2, Wardell 2, Witterick 1); Bishop Auckland
B 9 (Mitchell 3, Hume 3, Milne 2) Ormesby K 1 (Bache 1); Bishop Auckland
C 10 (Draper 3, Collins 3, Gilmour 3).
COLWYN Bay have signed up two Smiths in time for today's Division One curtain-raiser at Bishop Auckland