Our Bowburn location makes it a great place to explore Durham and the surrounding area such as Peterlee, Coxhoe and Spennymoor. You will find Durham city just minutes away as well as Durham Cathedral, Durham Castle, the Beamish Museum, the Gateshead Metro Centre, Newcastle, Sunderland and so much more.So whether it be for business or pleasure, Bowburn Hall Hotel in Durham is large enough to cater yet small enough to care and provide a very personal service.
Welcome to Bowburn Junior School’s new website! This is a great school to be Head teacher of, and I’m pleased to be able to share information about our school and what makes it so special. We pride ourselves on being a friendly and inclusive school that works hard to meet the needs of all our children.
If you would like to browse our catalogue, request an item or renew an item already on loan, please visit Library Online. This facility also offers members of the library service access to a range of websites including Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Grove Music Online and Encyclopaedia Britannica Online.
An access guide for this library is available at DisabledGo: Bowburn Library
Following the closure of the colliery and latterly the Cape Minerals Works, Bowburn declined. More recently the location of the village, near Durham City and close to the A1(M) junction 61, has meant that the village has become a prime site for new commuter housing and industrial estates.
Bowburn has its own Junior and Infant & Nursery schools. Secondary pupils attend school outside the village, mostly at Durham Johnston Comprehensive School in Durham City.
Bowburn Hall Hotel stands in 5 acres of lovely landscaped gardens and is only 2.5 miles from the historic City of Durham, just 2 minutes from the A1M (J61). Bowburn Hall Hotel offers you a great place to stay or dine in Durham. Ideal for a short break or for a business stay, we have 19 individual comfortable bedrooms with quality furnishings. Our Durham hotel features the delightful Conservatory, Restaurant, Ballroom and Lounge Bar.
The first “Bowburn Colliery” was a shaft sunk in 1840 but failed to find workable coal.
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The nearest bus stop is across the main road and past the set of traffic lights.
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Bowburn is a village in County Durham, England. It is situated about 3 miles (4.8 km) to the south-east of Durham, on the A177, between Coxhoe to the south-east, and High Shincliffe to the north-west.
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The Grange is a collection of 3 bedroom terraced, 3 bedroom semi-detached and 4 bedroom detached homes located in the village of Bowburn, County Durham.
Cycle parking facilities - four are available at this library.
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The Grange development is situated on the outskirts of Durham, offering excellent road links to those who wish to commute to either the north or the south.
For families, The Grange is closely situated nearby a handful of local schools including Bowburn junior and infants. For older children, Durham offers an excellent comprehensive school. Bowburn also features a host of regenerated facilities; including a park, football fields, outdoor gym and children’s play area.
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There is a car park to the rear of the library and more parking at the nearby community centre.
The historic city of Durham is only 10 minutes away, the city offers numerous shops and cafés for you to enjoy.
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Set within its own grounds Bowburn Hall Hotel is an excellent choice for staying, dining, meetings, conferences, functions, civil marriages and weddings with friendly helpful staff and free parking for 120 cars.
Welcome to Bowburn Infant and Nursery website. We hope you will find this website useful and help you to understand what we are trying to achieve with the children in our care. All the staff at Bowburn Infant & Nursery School are committed to providing the best possible education and school experience for your child. To achieve this, the following aims underpin the teaching and learning at our school.
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The library is on the main street next to the community centre. It offers a range of services, events and facilities. The library is accessible and Supernova screen reading software and a large keyboard are available for people who are visually impaired.
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Offering excellent road links to commuters, both to the north and south, Bowburn offers a balance of city benefits with quiet countryside living, perfect for families. The historic city of Durham is only a mere 3 miles away, providing a stream of shops and cafes to enjoy.
The second Bowburn Colliery was sunk a few years later, south of there (near Park Hill), being one of several sunk in the Quarrington and Coxhoe areas. It was close to the terminus of the Durham Branch of the Clarence Railway. The pit was a small concern, worked first by Robson and Jackson and then the West Hetton Coal Company. It probably closed in about 1870.
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The library is accessible, has Supernova screen reading software and a large keyboard is available on request.
Originally a small farming hamlet, named after the shape of the small burn that runs through it, Bowburn's history, like that of many other villages in the region, is linked closely to coal mining. Several coal mines were sunk in the area during the 19th century but extensive development did not begin until an entirely new Bowburn Colliery began to be sunk in 1906. Bowburn therefore celebrated its 100th anniversary on 23 July 2006.
Bowburn enjoys fantastic transport links via road, with Newcastle and Gateshead also nearby. This together with its great local amenities, close proximity to beautiful countryside and superbly designed new homes means The Grange is a great place to call home.