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Dawdon This is a chart of trend of regional gross value added of County Durham at current basic prices published (pp. 240–253) by "Office for National Statistics" with figures in millions of British Pounds Sterling.
Dawdon While St Hild and St Helen Church was in the process of closing down the local A.O.G. Pentecostal church in the town, The Lighthouse Christian Centre came forward with an offer to buy the building. The Church of England agreed to sell for a nominal sum on condition that it would continue to be used as a Christian church.
Dawdon It was therefore decided to sink new shafts in the rocky coastal area of Noses Point, close to the ancient settlement of Dawdon. Sinking work began in March 1900, but soon ran into problems. Water-bearing rocks proved difficult to excavate, which meant freezing techniques had to be used.
Dawdon The colliery finally opened for production in October 1907. Dawdon reached the peak of its employment in 1925, when 3862 men and boys helped to produce over one million tonnes of coal annually.
Dawdon 1912 Church of St Hild and St Helen, known as "The Pitmen’s Cathedral" erected by the Londonderry family.
Dawdon 1921 Low Main, Maudlin, Hutton and Main coal seams being worked.
Dawdon 30 June – strike called off plunging Durham into a trade depression that left 20% of miners and over 100 collieries idle.
Dawdon 28 February – successful conclusion to National Strike.
Dawdon 1985 3 March – National Strike over without agreement. Dawdon Miners returned to work behind their banner and promptly marched back out as a gesture of defiance. Only 133 men had returned to work early.
Dawdon "The population in 1801 was 22; in 1811, 27; in 1821, 35; in 1831, in consequence of the construction of a new harbour, it had increased to 1022; in 1841, 2017; in 1851, 3538; in 1861, 6137; in 1871, 7132; in 1881, 7714; and in 1891, 9044."