Peterlee


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Peterlee

a new town in Co. Durham, founded in 1948. Pop.: 29 936 (2001)
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"The scheme would give a muchneeded boost to Peterlee town centre at a time when town centres are struggling.
Terry, from Peterlee, went to The University Hospital of North Tees, in Stockton, following the alleged attack, where he received treatment to the large gash in his head.
Gateshead A, Seaton Carew A , and Peterlee Helford progressed to the semis as winners, Midlothian United completing the line-up as best group runners-up.
The 27-year-old winger, from County Durham, who was initially arrested on March 2, will appear at the magistrates' court in Peterlee on May 20.
To their credit Peterlee stuck to the task and improved during the second half, but they continued to be outgunned by the brilliance of Rangers' attack.
The bodies were found in "close proximity" downstairs in the semi-detached house in Greenside Avenue, Horden, Peterlee, after police were alerted to shots being fired shortly before 11.45pm last night.
Peterlee Councillor Joan Maslin said: "I am glad it's being replaced.
The deal was completed with advice from Richards Butler, acting for The Peterlee Shopping Centre Limited; Oracle and Clifford Chance, for Lehman Brothers; and Mayer Brown Rowe and Maw, for Nationwide.
Dean English, of no fixed abode, entered no plea at Peterlee Magistrates to the charges of causing death by dangerous driving, arson, aggravated vehicle taking, driving while disqualified and driving without insurance.
Staff were told the work was being transferred to the same factory in Peterlee and the Bootle plant will close by December.
The walkway, which leads from Cressage Road to Peterlee Walk, is used by school children, the elderly and disabled people.