County Councillors John Turnbull and Paul Taylor and also Danny Bone, the Chair of the Friends of Langley Moor, receive the Environmental Commendation for Boyne Place from the Chair of Durham County Council – Coun Jan Blakey at this years Environmental Awards ceremony.
Our annual Christmas tree lights switch on event on Sunday, 29 November 2015, was a great success. Thank you to the 300+ members of the local community who turned out to see our splendid tree illuminated once more.
Sherburn Hill Salvation Army Band played festive tunes from 3.45pm, and choirs from St Patricks and Langley Moor Primary Schools sand carols from 4.30pm, ahead of the lights being switched-on at 5pm.
Here are some images from the event:
Wednesday 15 July 2015 saw the official opening of Boyne Place, the new community meeting space on High Street in Langley Moor.
The sun was shining for us and there was a good turn out from local residents to witness the cutting of the ribbon – which was cut by Bethany, a child from Langley Moor Nursery School, supported by the Chairman of the Friends of Langley Moor, Danny Bone.
If you were unable to make the ceremony, a selection of images are below!
Next Wednesday will be the official opening of Boyne Place – the new community meeting space on High Street in Langley Moor.
Join us on Wednesday 15 July at 10.00am where the Chair of the Friends of Langley Moor residents group will be cutting the ribbon alongside a child from the local nursery school! Please come and help us celebrate this special event, and for those of you unable to make it, we’ll hopefully post pictures of the occasion.
You may have been following our recent progress updates on the gap site in High Street, Langley Moor. There’s a selection of images from the last few days below. Feedback from residents and on our Facebook page has been extremely positive. Next up… We’re hoping the works at Holliday Park start very soon!
We’re getting quite excited now that developments at the gap site are really coming together. You’ll see in the most recent images below some of the seating is in place, paving is almost complete, and there are beds ready for planting.
We think it is going to be so beautiful once complete… We hope you agree.
If you’re a resident of Langley Moor, or a regularly visitor you may have noticed that work has started on the gap site location on High Street! As you can see from the images of the first week of work on the site it is progressing nicely and the site paving is coming together.
We’ll keep you up to speed with pictures and developments as progress on the site moves on.
Unfortunately the work to create our new public area has been delayed by a week.
The new start date for works to commence is 13 April 2015. The gap in the High Street behind the bus shelter will be completely transformed into a wonderful meeting place which we hope the whole community will enjoy for many years to come.
Further updates once work commences will be posted to the site.