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Consett

(kŏn`sət), town (1991 pop. 33,433), Durham, NE England. The major economic focus is on engineering. The town has associations with the Roman, Saxon, and Norman conquests. A German colony of swordmakers settled in Consett in the 17th cent.
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Winlaton Highlander remain unbeaten in Division Three as they returned from Consett Finnians with a 5-0 triumph.
If those who care for the future of Consett have any say in decisions affecting the town, now would be a good time to rise up, before yet another housing development appears on that site.
IMP has its headquarters in Consett, a worldwide sales and marketing center in Dallas, and regional offices in Slough, England, Bannockburn, Ill.
Iain Curson scored four as Tantobie Commercial edged out Consett Fountain 3-2 in Division Three.
Tees Valley started the stronger, but Consett got into the game in the latter stages of the first half, though there were no goals before the break.
Division Three: Chopwell Central v Delves Lane; Consett No 1 Club v Shotley Cricketers; Earl Grey v Craghead Legion; Tantobie Commercial v Consett Fountain.
Firefighters are hosting the event at Consett Community Fire Station in Villa Real Road, Consett, on Saturday from 10am to 5pm.
Consett then started to apply good pressure and had Billingham pinned in there own half, but the away team defended well and managed to brake away with some fine passing.
Blackhall Mill and Chopwell Community edged out Consett Scotch Arms 4-3.
Go North East's 'Venture' links Derwentside to Consett and Stanley, with most of the services running half-hourly throughout the day on Mondays to Saturdays.
MIDDLESBROUGH Ladies Under-12s had a great 6-0 win over Consett.
CHAMPIONS Consett Cricketers Ex-Juniors' 100% record was ended when they were held to a 3-3 draw by Blackhall Mill and Chopwell.