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Wark 24 September 1989 Families in the Shittlington area near Wark had been without running mains water for two months, as lack of rain saw springs drying up. A water diviner failed to find new supplies and a roadside well was called into use to fill five-gallon drums.
Wark 12 November 1994 After rejecting plans to build houses on the site of Wark sawmill, Tynedale Council suggested that houses should be built on another site at the other end of the village.
Wark 08 July 2001 Motorists in the North Tyne were bracing themselves for long delays with the news that Wark Bridge could be closed for up to a year for repairs to be carried out.
Wark 10 January 2004 Plans were drawn up for a ?400,000 facelift of Wark Town Hall to bring the facilities into the 21st century.
Wark 01 July 2005 Wark Old School, built in 1684 and extended in 1805, was on sale at ?425,000.
Wark 27 January 2006 Plans were announced to close Wark Bridge from 20th-24th February to allow engineers to assess its condition.
Wark 18 February 2011 Work to renovate the 132-year-old Wark Bridge was due to start on Monday, 28th February, with vehicles unable to use the bridge for four to six months.
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.
West Woodburn 14 June 1890 The death occurred of Edward Coulson, aged 70, landlord for over 30 years of the Queen?s Head Inn, East Woodburn, who survived his wife by about a week.
West Woodburn 15 August 1891 (HH) Death of Woodburn blacksmith Mr. Davidson on 12/08/1891.

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