Aycliffe


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Aycliffe

(ˈeɪklɪf)
n
(Placename) a town in Co Durham: founded as a new town in 1947. Pop (including Newton Aycliffe): 25 655 (2001)
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Gainford Care Homes has opened its latest 55- bed facility in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, following a multi-million pound funding package from the Newcastle Branch of Allied Irish Bank.
Aycliffe Juniors v E''cliffe Elementis, Saxon Juniors v N.
The Great Aycliffe and Middridge Partnership (GAMP) small grants fund has been judged so successful it is hoped the scheme will continue.
The only other game played was between Newton Aycliffe and Cornforth United - and Aycliffe took an early advantage through Millroy and Mellonby.
Aycliffe Juniors v Shildon AFC B, Richmond Town v B Auck St.
Chele Connell set up Cheer Creations from home in Newton Aycliffe eight years ago but has now moved into business premises on Aycliffe Business Park.
They are the only team with maximum points from their first seven league games and are followed in joint second place by Newton Aycliffe and Simonside.
MARTIN Gray has threatened to shake up his Darlington side after seeing them fail to keep a clean sheet yet again in a 2-1 defeat at Newton Aycliffe.
The centre will replace the existing Aycliffe Young People's Centre in Newton Aycliffe.
Staff at Newton Aycliffe Youth Centre, run by Durham County Council's One Point Service, are calling for youngsters to take on the Duke of Edinburgh Award as it celebrates its diamond anniversary in 2016.
AN Aycliffe manufacturing boss says it's important to nurture the small firms that will become the area's "big employers of tomorrow".
Four of the alleged sexual assault charges relate to a man aged 16 or over in Newton Aycliffe and Consett between 1977 and 1978.