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Introduce Yourself / Re: Hi
« Last Post by Davis Patch on Dec 04, 2015, 10:22  »
Hello, welcome!
i'm studying engineering
World Affairs / Re: Muslim Extremists
« Last Post by Credo on Nov 15, 2015, 14:44  »
Seems even more important than ever before that we do something to protect our country our people and our way of life
Introduce Yourself / Hi
« Last Post by andym on Sep 07, 2015, 16:44  »
Hi all,

I'm Andy, a local engineer for 0800 Repair Gas. Nice to meet y'all. If you need any boiler/water advice get in touch :)Our website btw is Central Heating Engineers Newcastle, Sunderland | 0800 Repair Gas
The Durham Lounge / Luxury bespoke womenswear service.
« Last Post by gmrowbotham on Aug 05, 2015, 18:18  »
Welcome to the exclusive world of GMRowbotham. I am a young sample machinist from the north east who has spent the last five years working between London and Paris in couture. I have since returned to the north to be with my family and I'm interested to see if my business - which has been running for two years now as a very small made to order service - would be susceptible to my hometown and surrounding areas.
Please feel free to get in touch whether it regards consultations and bookings or to simply offer me some advice on starting up around here. I can appreciate the economy has affected us in the north differently to the south, where I have lived for five years.

With a desire for a certain type of luxury - to make time for time, in a world where everything is accelerating - GMRowbotham is a small, privately held company offering an exclusive and very private bespoke and made-to-measure service for women of all shapes and sizes - by appointment only on an outcall basis. We will travel to you for consultations and fittings.

Embracing time-honored couture techniques with a modern sensibility to create unique and feminine pieces for the contemporary woman, the hallmark of the atelier is a generous approach to volume, color, and silhouette. Fabrics are selected for their comfort and durability, whilst retaining a luxurious quality. From a number of exclusive suppliers, an unlimited selection of beautiful woven fabrics, patterns and plains, exquisite printed and embroidered silks and sheers, and sumptuous velvets are part of our world of elegance fuelled by the desire to reinvent the classics, marked in deep and shimmering colours.
For enquiries or to book a consultation visit our website gmrowbotham.com
Alternatively, you may contact us at
Discover more at facebook.com/gmrowbotham

I look forward to hearing from you,

George :)
World Affairs / Re: Muslim Extremists
« Last Post by Credo on Jul 07, 2015, 10:06  »
Reinstate DORA The Defenceof the Relam Act. Then lock up everyone of them as we did with Germans and Italians during WW2
World Affairs / Muslim Extremists
« Last Post by Northeastforum on Jun 30, 2015, 14:15  »
What are we going to do about this threat? How can we allow this to carry on? We have our people (and others) being killed in cold blood by these heathens and we are seemingly powerless to act. What should we do to quell this threat?
The Durham Lounge / Re: chilton lane Ferryhill.
« Last Post by mickmmax on Jun 02, 2015, 15:49  »
Hi everyone,

Thanks for alll the informative replies. does anyone know if there are any photo's of the street/area at all?


If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?
Got the keys for the new office. The forum is now based at Vane Tempest Hall in Durham City (see the website footer for the full address). We'll be refreshing the forums to stimulate discussion, so any suggestions would be appreciated. What would you like to see here?

Gilesgate Community and Welfare Associatiion

Vane Tempest Hall
Maynard's Row

Tel/Fax  0191 384 7659   Charity No.520770

Large stone built building comprising: - Double door entry into the foyer/reception area and office, with main corridor leading to various meeting rooms, stores. Ladies, gents and disabled toilets, lounge. Kitchen, common room and sports hail. Old winding stone staircase leading the upper levels, which house two double and single rooms and access to the tower. In the grounds there is a bowling green with pavillion and ample car parking space.

Serveral rooms for rent to community groups or small businesses, from £12.50 per hour.

Situated off Sunderland Road, directly behind The Queens Head pub. Car parking in courtyard, Suitable for disabled and elderly access.

Heating: Electric storage heating and convection heaters
Beverage room with kettle and Microwave
110 Chairs
18 folding Tables

Chairman:   Mr Duane Beek 0191 5262276
Treasurer:  Mr Matt Boyd
Secretary:  Mr Graeme Dowdell 0138 8815283
Centre Admin Miss Jessice Beek 07798711229

If you need any help with any aspect of the centre, please contact the Administrator in the first instance
The Durham Lounge / Re: NE Forum version of Twitter
« Last Post by TIBS on Apr 13, 2015, 15:51  »
Not feeling very Spring-like today, is it?
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