Ferryhill Self Catering Cottages, Lodges, Apartments & More
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Ferryhill was a thriving village in medieval times and also had close connections with the Monastery at Durham. Some coal mining was carried out from the 12th century up to the 19th century and from then on other major undertakings were carried out. An old grey stone in the wall near the site of Cleves Cross Farm is said to commemorate the slaying of the last wild boar of Brancepeth by Sir Roger de Ferie. Ferryhill in ancient times was known as Ferry, the second part of the name referring to the mile long hill (400 feet above sea level) where can be found the Town Hall, Market Place, many shops and some small hotels and inns.
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