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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Newcastle Building Society is to open a branch in Bishop Auckland, County Durham, taking over the site of a former Virgin Money store and increasing its number of branches in the region to 31.
That could have made the sizeable task of going to Bishop Auckland even more daunting, but the Colliers secured a hard-earned point in a sixgoal thriller thanks to a last-minute equaliser from Tony Stephenson.
BENWELL Victoria's Chris Usher took a unanimous decision over local boxer Daniel Juler on Bishop Auckland's show at the Tindale Crescent Workingmen's Club.
PROMINENT North-east businessman John Elliott was celebrating at Redcar yesterday after his horse Kynren won the feature race of the day in the blue and white colours of Bishop Auckland Football Club.
DAVE SHAW'S last-gasp strike gave Warrington Town all three points as they won 3-2 at Bishop Auckland in the UniBond League first division last night.
The two further exhumations were carried out in cemeteries at South Church, near Bishop Auckland, and Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, yesterday.
At around 9am on the day of the tragedy, a midwife from her local Bishop Auckland General Hospital visited her.
Famous cup fighters Bishop Auckland faced bankruptcy over a pounds 30,000 legal bill _- they were sued by a visiting player who broke his leg on their ground.
This week, Durham County Council's area planning committee discussed an application for 1 Kensington in Bishop Auckland.
|A YOUNG man with a film star name, Jack Nicholson, was voted Best Junior and Jamie Ross Best Senior on Bishop Auckland's show at Tindale Crescent WMC.