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 Subject  Date  Description
Newbrough and Fourstones 01 March 1877 The opening of a railway sub-post office at Fourstones meant that letters could now be delivered to the area at 8am instead of 11am.
Plashetts 15 March 1877 Miners at Plashetts Colliery went on strike after refusing to accept a decision made by the local joint committee of owners to cut down on pay rates.
Plashetts 22 March 1877 Over 60 men and boys at Plashetts Colliery went on strike, after refusing to accept a 7d. per day pay cut.
Bardon Mill and Melkridge 12 April 1877 After a fire at the Bardon Mill Woollen factory, owner William Waddell was presented with a purse of gold by friends as a mark of sympathy.
Barrasford and Gunnerton 12 April 1877 The entire contents of Swinburne Castle were put up for sale because the owner, J. D. Lambton, was moving to the south of England.
West Woodburn 06 September 1877 The annual West Woodburn Picnic was held at Blackburn Linn where capital music was discoursed by the Brothers Robinson and their string bands.
Elsdon 10 November 1877 Restoration of Elsdon Church uncovers 1,000 skulls.
North Tyne Valley and Kielder 17 November 1877 Re-opening of The Hott School after ?having been thoroughly repaired and put in order.?
Bardon Mill and Melkridge 01 December 1877 Henshaw and Melkridge Colliery was to be connected by a siding with the railway.
Bardon Mill and Melkridge 12 January 1878 Discovery of fragments of an ancient urn near Willimontswyke.

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