World Social Work Day 2021 Celebrated Virtually Across Durham

Social workers across County Durham have been celebrated as part of World Social Work Day. Taking part in a number of activities to mark the...

Living Museum of the North plans to Reopen Outdoor Areas from...

Beamish, The Living Museum of the North plans to reopen its outdoor areas from 12th April, under Step 2 of the government’s COVID-19 roadmap. The...

Council Cabinet Approves New Leisure Centre Sites

Durham County Council’s Cabinet has approved the preferred sites in Seaham, Chester-le-Street and Bishop Auckland, which will support the county’s economic recovery from the...

County Durham School Taking Part In World Record Challenge

A County Durham school has been taking part in a world record challenge to show the importance of connectivity between countries and raise awareness...

Remembering VE Day 1945 With Record Office’s Third Thursday Talk Series

County Durham residents can find out more about the history of County Durham this month.Durham County Record Office, which is run by Durham...

New Community Food Bank To Support County Durham Residents

A new community pantry and food bank will open its doors to County Durham residents next week. East Durham Rural Corridor Area Action Partnership (AAP),...

Archivist-Led Talk To Shed Light On Soldiers Of The Past

Family historians can gain top tips on how to discover their ancestors’ military past at an online talk this week. Durham County Record Office, which...

International Women’s Day Celebration To Take Place Online In 2021

A number of organisations are coming together this year to celebrate International Women’s Day with a series of online events designed to inspire and...

Fun Activities For County Durham Children This Half Term

Primary school children across County Durham can take part in some fun, creative activities this half term. Durham County Record Office is offering free online...

County Residents Encouraged To Contribute To Walking And Cycling Infrastructure Plans

Funding has been secured to create more walking and cycling spaces across County Durham and residents are being encouraged to have their say on...

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