Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Things to Do in Durham

Things to Do in Durham

Halloween falls at the end of October, 31st to be precise. The following day, the 1st November, being All Saints Day. October 31st then...

The Children are back in School; do I hear cheers? Believe it or not the Half Term Holidays will soon be upon us. Meanwhile,...

On Saturday 31st September at 11am the Seventh annual CRY Durham Riverside Walk will take place with participants walking the 8-kilometre course around the...

Continuing the theme of young people seeking excitement, engagement, and fun activities, it is only right to point to some more excellent Cadet schemes...

The British Isles Indoor Bowls U25 Men’s International Series will be hosted in Durham next month. Supported by Durham County Council and Visit County...

County Durham’s youngsters can look forward to a range of fun activities over Easter in the county’s parks. At Hardwick Park in Sedgefield, kids can...

A tea-guzzling tiger whose hilarious antics have been delighting youngsters for decades will be causing chaos in County Durham this spring. Direct from the West...

Bare feet prance across the word floor, leaving a trail of sticky red in their path. The girl – no older than nine –...

Branching Out: Burial and Cemetery Records This popular talk on burial and cemetery records is being repeated. Durham County Record Office will host the event...

With half-term now upon us, there’s plenty going on to keep County Durham’s kids entertained. Hardwick, Wharton, and Blackhill and Consett Parks will play host...

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