Remembered
Remembered

Durham Cathedral is lit up purple for Holocaust Memorial Day which commemorates the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau during the Second World War.

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We Shall Not Forget
We Shall Not Forget

A Remembrance Sunday parade takes place in the centre of Durham City.

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Bring The Noise
Bring The Noise

The launch of the Durham Brass 2019 event in Durham City market place with Spanish street band Artistas Del Gremio.

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Spicing it up
Spicing it up

A promotion in Durham market square of a new Indian restaurant called Holi and Bhang Restaurant and Bar. Indian dancers Rosie Taylor-Knoll and Sophie Wragg.

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Hand Appeal
Hand Appeal

Daniel Florence of New Brancepeth is trying to raise £10,000 for a bionic hand to help him look after his nine week old son Joshua Florence. Daniel lost both legs, his right hand and fingers on his left hand through meningococcal septicaemia at the age of five.

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Youth Movement
Youth Movement

Students demonstrate over climate change-related issues in Durham market square as part of the #fridayforfuture campaign.

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Eastern Celebration
Eastern Celebration

A Chinese New Year celebration event in the centre of Durham City. Some Chinese outfits and models on display at the town hall.

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Opinions Voiced
Opinions Voiced

Protesters outside County Hall in Durham City over the proposed closure of ward six at Bishop Auckland Hospital.

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En Garde
En Garde

Fencers from the Durham University Fencing Club based at Maiden Castle who are travelling to Australia to compete in the Commonwealth Games. Northern Echo reporter Rachel Conner-Hill will compete for Northern Ireland in the senior women's epee.

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