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So far Kathryn Lowe-Oliver has created 31 blog entries.

Fusion Art Group

2019-02-09T11:14:46+00:00

The art for sale are all original works of art by members of the Fusion Art Group where the artist is stated on the price ticket. The Fusion Art Group are a group of amateur artists with a ride range of experience from beginners to more experienced.  As well as their exhibition in the [...]

Fusion Art Group2019-02-09T11:14:46+00:00

Living North

2019-01-30T15:54:32+00:00

Living North is a regional monthly magazine, which takes a looks at everything going on in the North East, from city, to seaside and country. OUR VISITORS SAY Here at the Durham Dales Centre we welcome thousands of visitors each year. Take a look [...]

Living North2019-01-30T15:54:32+00:00

Weardale Gazette

2019-01-30T15:51:09+00:00

Weardale's local paper providing local community with all the information on what goes on in the Dales. The paper is packed full of stories of the locals and information on  what is happening in each village on sale in the Gift Shop. OUR VISITORS SAY [...]

Weardale Gazette2019-01-30T15:51:09+00:00

Brakeburn

2019-01-29T16:03:33+00:00

Brakeburn clothing company began back in 2011 in Poole, Dorset.  At Brakeburn, their team of talented designers use their beautiful outdoor surroundings, whether it's on the beach at dawn, cycling to the office, or a weekend dog walk in the country as inspiration to design hand drawn prints, unique detailing, flattering fits and comfortable fabrics. [...]

Brakeburn2019-01-29T16:03:33+00:00

Zelly

2019-01-29T15:51:35+00:00

Zelly are the premier wholesaler for quality scarves and accessories in the UK, re-established in 2014. Offering unique collections, creating beautiful, unusual and well priced accessories which work well with current trends. OUR VISITORS SAY Here at the Durham Dales Centre we welcome thousands [...]

Zelly2019-01-29T15:51:35+00:00

George Nairn

2019-01-29T16:38:16+00:00

Local author and postcard collector George Nairn of 'Durham Collieries' and 'Northumberland Collieries' books are made up of old picture postcards.  A selection of picture postcards featuring scenes from the last century, with informative captions. OUR VISITORS SAY Here at the Durham Dales [...]

George Nairn2019-01-29T16:38:16+00:00

Val Vayro

2019-01-29T15:52:19+00:00

Local Author Val Vayro grew up in the Dales of Northern England.  After qualifying as a teacher and progressing to a primary head school head teacher for 20 years, Val has spent her time writing her first novel 'A Swaledale Odyssey' about the joys and hardships of a dales blacksmith. [...]

Val Vayro2019-01-29T15:52:19+00:00

Margaret Manchester

2019-01-29T15:09:52+00:00

Local Author Margaret Manchester lives in County Durham with her family.  Margaret born in Weardale, researched her family history which sparked interest in local history and after studying local history and archaeology, led her to write her debut novel 'The Lead Miner's Daughter' OUR VISITORS SAY [...]

Margaret Manchester2019-01-29T15:09:52+00:00

Andrew Clark

2019-01-30T15:44:55+00:00

Andrew Clark is a Newcastle author and publisher who has written over 20 books on local history. His books include: 'North East Life in the 1930s, 40s & 50s'; 'Wartime Memories - Stories of the Second World War in the the North East'. He has been collecting memories, old photographs and memorabilia for over [...]

Andrew Clark2019-01-30T15:44:55+00:00

Tom Hutchinson

2019-02-06T10:28:33+00:00

Tom Hutchinson, originally from Bishop Auckland, has written some 20 books on the local history of south-west Durham, including a 30,000 word history of Bishop Auckland. Many of his books are based on his postcard and photographic collection of the area built up over 35 years. His latest books are Page Bank, Bishop Auckland [...]

Tom Hutchinson2019-02-06T10:28:33+00:00