New Kyo, County Durham


 

New Kyo is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated close to the A693 road between Annfield Plain and Stanley, and is slightly larger than nearby East Kyo and West Kyo, containing a housing estate, a garage and the King's Head ice cream company. In the early 2000s New Kyo doubled in population after the demolition of its school and the construction of a new housing estate.

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Annfield Plain Intermediate School. New Kyo

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"The ravines" at New Kyo

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- Overview About Annfield Plain Map Annfield Plain is a village in County Durham, located between Stanley and Consett. The village's past is strongly associated with coal mining, which can be ...

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