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 Subject  Date  Description
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 30 July 1932 Auction of freehold dwelling house and shop in Shield Street of Miss Hipson, who is going abroad on 20th August 1932. Compare 06/08/1932.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 28 September 1932 Quoit players, refusing to use clay ends, were accused to leaving Allendale village green in a disgraceful state.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 30 May 1933 Allendale Parish Council submitted a proposal to the North-Eastern Electric Supply Co. to bring public lighting into the area at a cost of ?993.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 29 August 1933 A packed meeting voted to apply for a loan to install street lighting in Allendale.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 31 October 1933 Plans to provide electric lighting in Allendale were delayed pending talks between the county council and North-Eastern Electricity Supply Company.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 19 December 1933 The (new) paving of Allendale Market Square put the New Year tar barls at risk. The ceremony would only go ahead if the bonfire was built on a thick layer of sand.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 30 December 1933 Definitive account printed of the origins of the Allendale Tar Bar?ls Ceremony.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 30 January 1934 Northumberland County Council agreed to let Allendale Parish Council borrow ?980 to meet the cost of an electric lighting scheme for Allendale and Catton.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 01 May 1934 The peal of bells at St. Cuthbert?s Church was completed by the addition of two new bells, dedicated by the Bishop of Newcastle. A full peal on the set of eight bells was rung by the Durham Diocesan Association of Ringers.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 29 May 1934 Defying the wishes of the parish and county councils, a packed meeting of 157 parishioners voted against a scheme to install electric lighting in Allendale.

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