Stephen Guy has been appointed the Chairman of the Durham Miners’ Association.
The former miner takes up the position as the DMA continues its work to ensure a vibrant legacy for the region’s proud mining heritage.Read more
The Durham Miners’ Association is greatly saddened by the suspension of Jeremy Corbyn from the Labour Party.
As the leader and as an MP he has always fought for the interests of working people and has been a staunch supporter of the Durham Miners’ Gala.Read more
The Durham Miners' Association (DMA) has paid tribute to union stalwart Harry Dinning.
Harry, who has died aged 84, dedicated his life to his family, his community and his union.Read more
The Durham Miners Association has called for a UK-wide review of policing during the 1984/5 miners’ strike after Scotland’s government indicated it would pardon hundreds of wrongly arrested miners.Read more
The Durham Miners Association (DMA) is asking people not to flock to the city on what would have been Gala day.
The 136th Durham Miners Gala was due to take place this Saturday, 11 July. The event was cancelled in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.Read more
The Durham Miners’ Gala will be celebrated online next month.
The 136th Gala was due to take place in Durham on Saturday 11 July but was cancelled in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The day will now be marked online with a series of new content celebrating the spirit and values of the event.Read more
The 2020 Durham Miners’ Gala has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis. The Durham Miners’ Association (DMA) took the decision today despite the Gala not being until July.Read more
County Durham is mobilising a huge community response to support vulnerable people through the coronavirus crisis.
Supported by the Durham Miners' Association (DMA), a local charity is stepping up effort to mobilise a huge community response to support vulnerable people through the Covid-19 crisis.Read more
Durham Miners Association (DMA) today (21/01/2020) clarified its position on invitations to the annual Gala.
DMA secretary Alan Mardghum said all people were welcome to attend the Durham Miners’ Gala regardless of their voting choices in the general election.Read more
The DMA has welcomed the announcement that a Labour government will guarantee vital health support for former miners on the Durham coalfield.
Shadow Health Secretary Jon Ashworth announced the plans during a visit to The Spennymoor Settlement – home of the Pitman Academy where artists including Norman Cornish and Tom McGuinness developed their talents.Read more