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Cook Delicious Meals For Charity With Spices From Silk Island

At this time of year, the not for profit charity, EmbraceAbility, would usually be throwing some beach-side boogies to raise funds.They are a small...

Durham Christmas Festival 2020 is Cancelled

It's a real shame, Durham’s Christmas Festival 2020 is cancelled. Durham Christmas Festival’s organisers have announced the cancellation of this year’s festival, owing to the...

Hardwick Hall Hotel Outdoor Summer Sessions From 21 August

Hardwick Hall Hotel in Sedgefield has revealed plans to host a full Outdoor Summer Sessions programme on certain days between 21 August and 13...

Beamish Museum Reopening On Thursday 23rd

Beamish, The Living Museum of the North is reopening this week and welcoming visitors again after its closure due to government restrictions. The open air...

Durham’s Brass Festival Replaced with Online Version

Take your screens to the streets: Durham BRASS will be livening up speakers across County Durham and beyond when the cancelled festival makes internet...

Beamish Museum Reopening & Monopoly Board Game

Beamish, The Living Museum of the North, is to reopen its doors on 23rd July 2020. The open air museum, which has been forced to...

Chit-Chat Conversation Non-Profit Launched by Durham Law Student

Chit-chat is a new social enterprise that provides a platform for people to have meaningful conversations and interact with others, officially launches across the...

Free Family History Learning at Home

The Library Edition of Ancestry is free of charge for people using libraries and now it is available at home too Ancestry (Library edition) offers...

Bishop Auckland Food Festival Goes Online

The Council’s annual Bishop Auckland Food Festival, originally scheduled to take place on 18 and 19 April, was cancelled, so a virtual food festival...

Peterlee Parachute Club is Now Sky High Skydiving

International skydiving talent comes home to the North East Four local business men have settled back home in the North East and are taking the...

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