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This suggests that this was a typically new County Durham industrial community, but in the Middle Ages it had been the centre of its own shire, Queringdonshire or Quarringtonshire, which spread for miles around. It was not just grinding stones that were quarried there: the limestone that gives it its lofty position can also be burned to create lime which is turned into cement — Durham Cathedral is probably held together with Quarrington Hill lime. The locals also scrabbled coal out of the ground, and when at the start of the 19th Century, railways and tramways arrived, Crowtrees Colliery was sunk. It was one of about a dozen pits up and around the hill, causing a boom in population i the need for the new church. But by the end of the century, most of those pits were worked out, although the last, East Hetton Colliery, mined on until There was a concerted campaign to preserve it — Love in quarrington hill as an arts centre — but it came to nowt and the church was demolished quarington the end of

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Even the site of the East Hetton slurry lagoons, created by coal washing, has been transformed into a marshland habitat for orchids, newts and hares. Its graveyard remains, although is being reclaimed by nature.

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If you have any information or memories triggered by hilll Quarrington Hill area, please chris. There was a concerted campaign to preserve it — even as an arts centre — but it came to nowt and the church was demolished at the end of Indeed, nature is taking back all of the old industrial workings and, with its unusual geology, the area has become renowned for its nature reserves, Sites of Lvoe Scientific Interest and good walking.

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quuarrington This Love in quarrington hill that this was a typically new County Durham industrial community, but in the Middle Ages it had been the centre of its own shire, Queringdonshire or Quarringtonshire, which spread for miles around. It was not just grinding stones that were quarried there: the limestone that gives it its lofty position can also be burned to create lime which is turned into cement — Durham Cathedral is probably held jn with Quarrington Hill lime.

It was one of about a dozen pits up and around the hill, causing a boom in population and the need for the new church. The locals also scrabbled coal out of the ground, and when at the start of the 19th Century, railways and tramways arrived, Crowtrees Colliery was sunk.