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Langley on Tyne 11 April 1878 A meeting considered ways of raising funds to increase the accommodation of pupils at Deanraw School, Langley, as required by the education authority.
Langley on Tyne 15 February 1879 Notices were posted stating that the Langley Barony lead mines must cease production within a month. The Allendale lead-mines were already closed and workers at Nenthead were told their wages were to be reduced by 2d. per day.
Langley on Tyne 04 July 1879 Special trains ran from Hexham and other stations on the Allendale railway line for the Langley Temperance Society?s 22nd picnic at Staward-le-Peel.
Langley on Tyne 01 January 1882 (1882 Date unspecified) Sale of the Langley Barony Estate.
Langley on Tyne 16 November 1882 The new owner of Langley Castle, Mr. C. J. Bates, embarked on the gradual restoration of the imposing ruin one-and-a-half miles from Haydon Bridge.
Langley on Tyne 07 November 1891 An inquest was held on 5th November into the death of Thomas John Hetherington (aged 13) who was accidentally crushed to death by machinery on 3rd November at the Leadbitter Chatt Mill at the Langley Barony Mines of Messrs. Bewick & Partners.
Langley on Tyne 15 June 1901 Langley Temperance Society held its 43rd annual picnic at Staward-le-Pele.
Langley on Tyne 06 July 1901 The Temperance Society held its 45th annual picnic at Staward-le-Pele on Saturday 29th June 1901.
Langley on Tyne 22 March 1902 The death occurred of well-known antiquary and historian Cadwallader J. Bates at his home at Langley Castle. He was only 49. Cf. 29/03/1902.
Langley on Tyne 10 May 1913 (HH) Retirement of R. M. Smith, after a short time as stationmaster and sub-postmaster at Langley, on 30th June 1913, after 50 years? service on the railway.

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