Bishop Auckland

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Bishop Auckland

n
(Placename) a town in N England, in central Durham: seat of the bishops of Durham since the 12th century: light industries. Pop: 24 764 (2001)
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ADA GASKILL, 50 Rosemount Road, Bishop Auckland, County Durham, DL14 6SY WE are looking for our cousins Alan Dryden and Steven Dryden.
The volunteer-run project was set up in Bishop Auckland, County Durham and exists to share the 12-step recovery programme with those that wish to recover and achieve abstinence from alcoholism, drug dependency and eating disorders.
He was arrested in Bishop Auckland, County Durham on suspicion of conspiracy to supply controlled drugs and money laundering.
Police, fire crews and the RAF using thermal imaging equipment were called after the teenager fell into the River Wear near Market Place in Bishop Auckland, County Durham.
Within weeks his asthma had improved dramatically and two years later David, of West Auckland, County Durham, now has four certificates from the Royal College of Piping, in Glasgow.
Welder Andrew Herd, 33, was driving his red Ford Transit box-van through Wolsingham, near Bishop Auckland, County Durham last Saturday morning when a gas cylinder in the back ignited, causing the explosion.
The incident happened in the Market Place at Wolsingham, near Bishop Auckland, County Durham.
Daniel Readshaw's family then lost a third child, their 10-year-old daughter, to leukaemia just months after his death and a coroner in Bishop Auckland, County Durham, said they must have suffered ``unimaginable'' heartache.
Michael Brown (20), of Edgar Grove, Bishop Auckland, County Durham, appeared before Darlington Magistrates' Court charged with making a bomb hoax under the Aviation and Maritime Security Act.
The pair, both from Bishop Auckland, County Durham, were believed to have travelled by train to Saltburn.
Catherine, of Bishop Auckland, County Durham, was found unconscious in bed on Saturday by her mother Olwen, who gave her the kiss of life as she waited for paramedics.
Property Moose, a property crowdfunding platform, is allowing investors to buy a share in the home at Princes Street, in Bishop Auckland, County Durham, for as little as PS500 for a 24-month term.