Friday, February 21, 2020
Things to Do in Durham

Things to Do in Durham

The British Isles are known for their topsy-turvy weather patterns, but from a practical point of view, there are two seasons: the part of...

Durham Brass Festival 2010 - 2019 Durham's Brass Festival is always a bit of a disappointment for dyslexic people who came to see ladies in...

The Regatta has been a feature of Durham life since 1834, very much in keeping with the indomitable spirit of the people of 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...

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...

Students wishing to enter Durham University, England’s premier ‘red brick’ University, should be actively planning now for the September 2016 intake. To facilitate prospective...

50 years is the time it takes for 1970 to become 2020 and Beamish Museum, The Living Museum of the North, definitely deserves a...

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...

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...

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...

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