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 Subject  Date  Description
Langley on Tyne 01 January 1882 (1882 Date unspecified) Sale of the Langley Barony Estate.
Otterburn and Redesdale 01 January 1906 (1906 Date unspecified) Redesdale resident, William Thompson Hall, the first chairman of Bellingham Rural District Council and a member of the Bellingham Board of Guardians for 36 years, died at the age of 61.
Hexham 01 January 1910 (1910 Date unspecified) Queen Elizabeth Grammar School was opened by Sir F. D. Blake.
Bardon Mill and Melkridge 01 January 1921 (1921 Date unspecified) An aerial ropeway was put up to link Whitechapel colliery, near Haydon Bridge, with the LNER at nearby Low Moralee.
North Tyne Valley and Kielder 01 January 1921 (1921 Date unspecified) memorial crosses were provided at Stocksfield, Wark, Ovingham, Falstone, Riding Mill, Chollerton, Bingfield, Ryton and Hexham.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 01 January 1923 (1923, date unspecified) A new nine-hole golf course was opened at Ashleigh, Allendale, in the presence of a large company of well-known golfers and well-wishers.
Bellingham 01 January 1930 (1930 Date unspecified) Bellingham Town Hall was bought by the villagers.
Hexham 01 January 1932 (1932 Date unspecified) Hexham bus station, built at a cost of ?5,000 opened for business.
Otterburn and Redesdale 01 January 1937 (1937 Date unspecified) Otterburn, Allendale, Blanchland and other Tynedale villages were cut off by snowdrifts up to 12 feet deep in February.
North Tyne Valley and Kielder 01 January 1939 (1939 Date unspecified) Plans to build 40 new council houses in the North Tyne Valley and Redesdale were approved by Bellingham Rural Council.

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