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Falstone 19 March 1892 Falstone Church of England Temperance Society held a meeting. Compare 28/05/1892, 05/11/1892.
Falstone 30 January 1904 Following the refusal of permission to use the schoolroom for a ball, a public meeting was held in Falstone to consider the possibility of erecting a public assembly room in the village. The local gentry was to be approached for donations.
Falstone 22 October 1904 The new Falstone Assembly Hall ?a great boon to the North Tyne village? was opened on Friday 21st October 1904. The opening ceremony was presided over by Major Savile Clayton DSO of the Chesters and there was a bazaar in aid of funds. One way in which local people had raised money for the new hall was a prize draw for a number of lambs. There was a huge demand for the 6d. tickets and between 3,000 and 4,000 were sold. Cf. 29/10/1904.
Falstone 04 March 1911 William Cowan of Yarrow was appointed in charge of Falstone Cemetery.
Falstone 19 August 1911 A letter from Mr. Lazenby had been sent to the Bishop of Newcastle praying for the consecration of part of Falstone Cemetery. Compare 26/08/1911, 14/10/1911.
Falstone 26 August 1911 The Bishop of Newcastle was the preacher in the morning service in the Parish Church, Wooler, on Sunday 20th August before taking five weeks? complete rest from the following Monday.
Falstone 14 October 1911 (HH) There had been one burial in the new part of Falstone Cemetery.
Falstone 04 April 1914 (HH) Falstone Colliery was offered for sale at auction but no offers were forthcoming.
Falstone 16 April 1921 Unveiling of Falstone War Memorial by Lieutenant J. R. Elliott on Saturday 9th April 1921. Picture by W. P. Collier.
Falstone 17 May 1930 A concert and dance were held in aid of Falstone Village Hall building fund. Compare 13/09/1930 when it is still debt-ridden.

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