Chester Le Street is a town in county Durham. It is a town that has a rich history and dates back to Roman times. During those times Chester Le Street was known as Concangis. The town is located 7 miles south of Newcastle upon Tyne and 8 miles west of Sunderland on the River Wear. It is small yet big enough to provide those who are in the area with everything they could want or need.
The Parish Church of St Mary and St Cuthbert is where the body of St Cuthbert remained for 112 years before being transferred to Durham Cathedral. It is also the site of the first translation of the Gospels into English with Aldred writing the Old English gloss between the lines of the Lindisfarne Gospels there.
Chester Le Street is also is also called a market town and markets are held on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays where you can pick up plenty of local produce and bargains.
The climate of the town is very mild and gets well below average rainfall when compared to the rest of the UK. Cold months are not uncommon, and even the summer features mild temperatures that are usually very pleasant. In the summer months you can expect an average daytime high of around 58 degrees Fahrenheit. The coldest month in the area is January, where temperatures can reach highs of just 40 on some days.
Major attractions and landmarks in Chester Le Street include St Mary and St Cuthbert Church, Chester Burn Viaduct, Bethel United Reform Church and The Queens Head Hotel. Sports are also widely enjoyed in Chester Le Street. The main sports attractions are football, cricket and rowing.
The district of Chester Le Street was formed on April 1, 1974. It was done as part of a general reorganisation throughout England in 1972. It was one of eight districts that were divided. Included in the Chester Le Street district are the villages of Pelton, Ouston, Sacriston, Beamish, Pelton Fell, Perkinsville, and Picktree.
Just over 50,000 people reside in the Chester le Street area. The population growth is steady and the number of people who have moved into the area over the past 10 years has seen substantial rates.
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