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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JERMAINE Metz's fourth goal of the season helped Newton Aycliffe to a 1-0 win over North Shields at the Daren Persson Stadium.
The town of Newton Aycliffe in the United Kingdom and its Great Aycliffe Town Council voted to reserve the role of Santa Clause or 'Father Christmas' exclusively for males.
However, the proposal faced opposition over the impact on a 'green wedge' of land which separates Newton Aycliffe from the nearby village of Middridge.
A CARE facility in Newton Aycliffe is hosting a summer family fun day on Saturday, July 14.
The family-run Aycliffe firm needs class C and class C+E qualified drivers but as there's no minimum requirement for experience, young drivers and armed forces leavers are also being encouraged to apply.
LEWIS CURRY won a Gateshead derby on the Aycliffe ABC show at the Newton Aycliffe Workingmen's Club.
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Rod Ryall, 67, of Mirfield, West Yorkshire, allegedly preyed on two 15-year-olds while house master at a children's home in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, in the 60s.
The 52.5ft tall, 4.7ton work, entitled In Our Image, was unveiled yesterday at a business park in Newton Aycliffe, Co Durham.
Filtronic, the mobile handsets and wireless infrastructure group, yesterday warned shareholders that its semi-conductor business at Newton Aycliffe in Durham was not delivering increases in revenue.
CONSETT and Newton Aycliffe shared the points in a low-key affair at a blustery Belle View.
The transformation was achieved by 18-year-olds John Agar, of Vane Road, Barnard Castle, and Martin Stevens of Marshall Road, Newton Aycliffe, trainees at Aycliffe Information Technology Centre.