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Tudhoe Tudhoe is now dwarfed by Spennymoor, an industrial town that grew up around the Tudhoe iron works in the 19th century. The modern town of Spennymoor lies only a few fields from Tudhoe, but the contours are such that it cannot be seen from most of the village, and Tudhoe today gives the impression that it is still an isolated country village.
Tudhoe Tudhoe is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated approximately south of the City of Durham. It lies just outside Spennymoor, a short distance to the west of the Great North Road. The village is now a quiet backwater, its green a cul-de-sac that runs down from the main road towards the River Wear. In former times, however, Tudhoe lay at the centre of a network of roads: one ran to Durham by way of Sunderland Bridge and Croxdale, another to Kirk Merrington, a third to Bishop Auckland, a fourth to Whitworth and Byers Green, and a fifth across a ford to Brancepeth Castle and village on the far side of the river. All except the Brancepeth road are shown, somewhat schematically, on Thomas Jeffrey's map of County Durham of 1758.
Tudhoe Tudhoe was renowned as a mining village until the end of the 20th Century. Until the closure of the mines, the wealthy Colliery Masters took up residence in a grand mansion known as The Loggins, which stands in several acres of its own land and overlooks the area.
Tudhoe For most of its history, Tudhoe has been in the parish of Brancepeth. The parish church of St Brandon's, dating from the 16th century, was one of the finest village churches in County Durham until its destruction by fire in 1998. Brancepeth lies across the River Wear from Tudhoe; there has never been a bridge, and the ford was not an easy one. In winter, it was often impassable, and Tudhoe baptisms, weddings and burials then took place at Whitworth. Because of this, Tudhoe was always seen (from Brancepeth) as an isolated outpost. Tudhoe's own Anglican churches, Holy Innocents and St David's, were not built until 1866 and 1880, respectively, though there is a large Catholic church, dedicated to St. Charles Borromeo, which was founded in 1858.
Tudhoe Tudhoe United FC are the local football team and play in Spennymoor Sunday League.
Tudhoe Grange Tudhoe Grange is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated close to Spennymoor, a few miles to the south of Durham. It includes Tudhoe Grange School, formally Tudhoe Grange Comprehensive School. After the 100 year anniversary of its opening, Tudhoe Grange School closed in September 2012. Present students joined and moved sites to Spennymoor School, where the newly refurbished site was named as Whitworth Park School and Sixth Form College in 2012.
Spennymoor Spennymoor returns 5 County Councillors to Durham County Council from two Electoral Divisions covering the town, and its constituent villages. Tudhoe Division covers Tudhoe Village, Tudhoe Moor, and Low Spennymoor and is currently represented by two Labour Councillors (Neil Foster and Barbara Graham). Spennymoor Division covers Spennymoor, Middlestone Moor, and Byers Green and is currently represented by two Labour Councillors (Ian Geldard and Pat Lawton) and one 'Spennymoor Independent People Before Politics' Councillor (Kevin Thompson).
Anne Wood She was born in Spennymoor, County Durham, England, and grew up in Tudhoe Colliery, a small coal-mining village nearby.
Bishop Auckland (UK Parliament constituency) 2010-present: The District of Wear Valley wards of Bishop Auckland Town, Cockton Hill, Coundon, Dene Valley, Escomb, Henknowle, West Auckland, and Woodhouse Close, the District of Teesdale, and the District of Sedgefield wards of Byerley, Low Spennymoor and Tudhoe Grange, Middlestone, Spennymoor, Sunnydale, Thickley, and Tudhoe.
List of places in County Durham Tan Hills, Tanfield, Tantobie, The Dene, The Grove, The Headland, The Middles, The Slack, Thinford, Thornley (Durham), Thornley (Weardale), Thorpe Larches, Thorpe Thewles, Thringarth, Tindale Crescent, Todhills, Toft Hill, Toronto, Tow Law, Town Kelloe, Townfield, Trimdon, Trimdon Colliery, Trimdon Grange, Tudhoe, Tudhoe Grange, Tursdale