A Utopian Vision that Continues to Inspire

A bold example of public art, which features within County Durham’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2025, has been cited as a...

Fun activities in County Durham this Easter!

Young people are being encouraged to make a splash with free swimming sessions at County Durham’s leisure centres as part of fun activities happening...

County Durham Wildlife Park Receives Chairman’s Medal

A County Durham wildlife park has been recognised for its commitment to the local environment. The Chairman's Medal is the highest honour that Durham County...

New Cultural Venue for County Durham Revealed

A first glimpse of an exciting new cultural venue for County Durham has been revealed. Durham County Council has released a visualisation of what the...

Artist Confirmed for Residency to Amplify Queer Voices in Celebrating the...

A North East performance poet and illustrator will work with local people to collect and help tell their stories as part of a year-long...

Residents Urged to Beware of Scam Callers

Residents across County Durham are being urged to be on their guard against fraudsters trying to benefit from a national council tax rebate scheme. Durham...

County Durham Bids For Great British Railways Headquarters

County Durham’s illustrious rail heritage, thriving train building industry and pioneering cultural and economic ambitions make it the ideal home for the Great British...

Spain Delegation Visits County Durham

Representatives from Spain have experienced some of the delights of County Durham this weekend. Following a region-to-region tourism partnership being signed by Durham County Council...

Bestselling British Author to Talk at Charity Event

Sunday Times Number One Bestselling British author Adele Parks MBE will be coming to the region to provide a talk at the annual Ladies...

Traders Announced for Bishop Auckland Food Festival

From deliciously-decorated donuts to flavourful street food, traders from County Durham and beyond are preparing to show off their specialities at this year’s Bishop...

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