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 Subject  Date  Description
Wark 20 May 1933 Cuthbert Nicholson and Reminiscences of the Goften Burn.
Wark 09 December 1936 A 24-hour automated service replaced the manually operated telephone exchange at Wark.
Wark 17 March 1950 Plans were announced for extensive improvements to Wark Town Hall, at a cost of ?3000.
Wark 19 May 1950 Wark Parish Council asked the Minister of Health for sanctions to spend ?275 to enable Wark to have its first set of street lights.
Wark 09 February 1951 It was decided to build a new county primary school on 2.58 acres of land.
Wark 24 October 1953 The Newcastle and Gateshead Water Company had agreed to cleanse the water supply at Wark. The company admitted that the water was often filled with sand and silt.
Wark 22 June 1963 Mrs. Lance Allgood of Nunwick Hall opened Wark Sports Pavilion, built at a cost of ?9,000, on Saturday 16th June.
Wark 16 August 1963 Wark bridge was to be reopened at a cost of ?200.
Wark 29 May 1964 James Watt of Stonehaugh drowned aged 11 while bathing in a pool at the Warksburn on Sunday 24th May.
Wark 16 July 1965 The new school at Wark was officially opened on 9th July 1965 with accommodation for 120 pupils ?from Wark, Simonburn and the surrounding area?.

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