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 Subject  Date  Description
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 06 February 1940 A dispute over the ?inadequate? bus service between Hexham and Allendale was taken to the Traffic Commissioners by a deputation from Hexham Rural Council.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 18 November 1949 The doors of Allendale Forge, the oldest smithy in Allendale, closed after two centuries, leaving the village without a blacksmith, but Thornley Gate forge remained open.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 11 February 1950 Mr. T. A. Henderson, vice-chairman of Allendale Parish Council, condemned the proposed closure of the Allendale railway line by British Railways as a deadly blow to the ?Dale.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 17 March 1950 Allendale Parish Council called for the demolition of the Thackey, a once thatched building in the village, which was once Northumberland?s only communal bakery, but which had fallen into disrepair and was dangerous for children using it as a playground.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 17 November 1950 The first turf was cut on the new playing field to launch a project awaited by the village for more than four years.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 17 November 1950 Minister of Transport Alfred Barnes signed the death warrant of the 81-year-old Hexham to Allendale railway line.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 01 January 1950 (1950 date unspecified) Allendale railway closed to goods traffic on 18th November 1950, 83 years after the first stretch of the line was opened. The saga of the closure dragged on for much of the year with Hexham Rural Council calling for an inquiry into the British Railway plans.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 23 November 1951 Allendale Parish Council felt that the Dale was being treated by Government as a rural backwater and demanded that action be taken to supply the valley with more telephone kiosks and electricity.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 17 April 1953 Allendale Parish Council would allow Allenheads its first-ever street lights but only if the cost was reasonable.
Allendale, Alston, Whitfield 26 March 1954 Article on the Fairlamb family and Post Office services, especially Maurice Fairlamb.

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