Village newsletters are produced by Coxhoe Parish Council on a quarterly basis with contributions from other groups. They are designed to let residents know what is happening in their area and advise on the activities of the Parish Council and ,where possible, community groups.
The Newsletters are packed with information on what has happened, what is happening and is going to happen from a social and community point of view. Paper copies are circulated to every household in the community and delivery is undertaken by volunteers. The newsletters are published quarterly.
Until March 2017 the newsletter circulating in Coxhoe was called the ‘Coxhoe Chronicle’ and the Quarrington Hill newsletter was called the ‘Quarrington Chronicle’. However, in order to connect the two settlements, in March 2017 a single newsletter, called ‘The Chronicle’ is now produced,
Copies of the new Chronicle and previous newsletters can be accessed from this part of our website. If you wish to contact the editorial representative of the newsletter please contact us. Unfortunately due to the way the newsletters have previously been put together they are unlikely to be read by electronic readers. We are looking at ways how we can ensure future editions are accessible by everyone. We sincerely apologise for this and hope you can bear with us.
Test Page Version of The Chronicle
We are reviewing our website to ensure our services are accessible to everyone. We are aware that out pdf versions of previous newsletters are not fully accessible. We are looking at ways to see if this can be resolved. In the meantime we are testing a web page version of the newsletter.
Durham County News
Durham County Council produce a magazine every two months which is circulated to every household in the County. View the latest County Durham News Magazine here. The previous editions can be accessed via the following link Previous editions of County Durham News Magazine
You can get all the latest County news on the Durham County Council News Webpage.