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It lapsed however,but was revived in the 16th. Century by the Rector Bernard Gilpin. The Feast is Held on the 10th. If it does not fall on a sunday then it is held on the preceding Sunday. There is always a fair and the Town centre is Illuminated. The highlight is a parade followed by the roasting of a large Ox from which the public can buy sandwhiches. May the coronation of King George VI was celebrated. Then the prosperity of the area depended on coal mining which was the major employer. The colliery closed in In the town contained many older houses that lacked basic facilities,particularly on the hillside,but post war period by pleasent housing estates rural landscape that then surrounded the town.

Life then was very difficult. People worked hard for low wages. Most children left school at 14, boys went to the pit and many girls went off to domestic service. Discipline was stricter, parents were less indulgent and society less permissive. Religion played a bigger role in life, most children went to Sunday school. Pleasures were simple,TV did not exsist but radio was in general use. Most people visited the cinema in Houghton-Children attended a Saturday matinee. Many diseises were incurable. Motor traffic was much less than now some horses were still in use ,only the prosperous owned personal transport. Few workers had annual holidays so day trips to the sea-side or bank holidays were much appreciated.

Left hand side on leaving The Broadway. Right hand side on leaving The Broadway. The party will start in Houghton at 12noon and is open to all residents. All you have to do is bring a plate of food and a bottle of drink non alcoholic and a packet of balloons and party poppers. Celebrate the Royal Wedding in Houghton-le-Spring! Regarding the resent vandalism on the lytch gate and surrounding area by these mindless morons. What were was the council thinking about when they removed all the grave stones and buried them near what we as kids called the devils point. This changed the original plateau to a nothingness, As a young lad I spent many happy hours in the summer holidays playing in "the old cem "with my mates.

Hide and seek was our entertainment. One point I must mention regarding George Elliot's tomb, in the late 50s or the very early 60s as I can recall, the tomb was broken into and left open for quite a while. We never ventured inside to scared. It is such a pity these things occur why are kids changing? On the whole I find the situation strange! Regarding post war history of Houghton I spent my younger days living in the prefabs on Arcon estate next to the Villa estate. Note the old Anderson shelters utilized as coal house. I am studying for a B.

I have chosen a beer bottle I dug up in the garden when I was living in Brinkburn crescent in it is from Robinson bros brewery in Houghton. Along with other bottles found in this context I believe this was an old Victorian rubbish tip? I would be extremely grateful if you could give me any information on the brewery. Do you have any information on where the bottles were manufactured. Looking forward to your reply. My assienment has to submitted on April 10th. Hope you can help. Kind regards Please get in touch if your know anything about: Thirteen cottagers lived here, including Henry the greeve, a farm manager; a blacksmith; a carpenter; and a punder of stray animals.

The first settlement was at Copt Hill. The Durham White Ox. Frederick Denby of Houghton, joined the Durham Light Infantry, was a prisoner of war for four years and returned home at Christmas Soldiers marched along Church Street, Houghton-le-Spring, Bombing raids in World War 2 in Houghton-le-Spring, included four high explosive bombs being dropped onto Houghton Cut in Julyand an incendiary bomb being dropped between Houghton and Seaham in March Several organisations were set up towards the end of the nineteenth century to supply housing for widows and retired miners, who could otherwise be evicted from their tied houses. The Durham Aged Miners' Association built the Joicey homes in and was named after wealthy mine owning family.

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