200 Durham Kids to Sing and Dance in Night of German...

Kids from four County Durham primary schools are getting ready to accompany a professional musician in a huge performance in Durham City’s Millennium Square. More...

Open For Business: Durham On The Road To Recovery

Residents are being reminded that Durham City is open for business ahead of the bank holiday weekend. Durham County Council has been working with retailers...

Aycliffe Radio Present “Back to the Eighties” Tribute Night

Community station Aycliffe Radio is chuffed to present a "Back to the Eighties" Tribute night with two freeze-dried, shake and vac fresh acts performing...

Local Charity Supporting Community Groups As Covid Restrictions Continue To Ease

As COVID restrictions continue to ease, Durham Community Action are working with the Ballinger Charitable Trust this Summer to distribute a small number of...

Dark Novel ‘Lord of the Flies’ Coming to Durham Stage

A play based on a classic – and very dark – 20th-century novel is to come to the Durham stage. William Golding’s Lord of the...

Restoring a Hidden Gem of Yesteryear.

  Work has commenced on the restoration of the former Exchequer and Chancery building on Palace Green, Durham. The 15th Century building was commissioned by...

Champion Brass Band due to Visit Durham

To misquote an old saying, ‘Where there’s muck there’s brass.’ That most English phenomenon the Brass, sometimes Silver, Band has a sound to stir...

Durham Welcomes in Chinese New Year

Today is the first day of the Chinese New Year, which will be welcomed in Durham with some rather colourful celebrations. The Year of the...

Durham OnAir Partners With Lumley Castle Hotel To Give Away £7500...

Local Radio station Durham OnAir has partnered with Lumley Castle Hotel to give away over £7500 worth of prizes over December, in the stations...

Durham Cathedral Makes Top Twenty of England’s Most Popular Attractions

Durham’s magnificent 900-year-old Cathedral seems to be getting the recognition it deserves. A survey of around 1,500 tourist sights, carried out last year by...

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