13 C
Durham
Tuesday, June 18, 2024
Home Tags Community Support

Tag: Community Support

Durham County Council Chair Supports Charities for Newborns and Social Connection

Two charitable organisations, one supporting premature and sick newborns and the other addressing loneliness and social isolation, are set to receive additional support. Cllr Joan...

Historic Railway Station in Dire Need of £500,000 Rescue Before Milestone...

Historic Significance of Heighington Station Heighington Station in County Durham, the world’s oldest railway station, faces a severe state of disrepair as its 200th anniversary...

Charity Champion Poppy Donates Hair in Memory of Beloved Grandfather

A Heartfelt Gesture for a Worthy Cause A Durham schoolgirl has donated more than a foot of her hair to a children’s cancer charity in...

Triumphant Trek: Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge Raises Over £7,800 for St...

On Saturday 13th April, 26 fundraisers took part in the Yorkshire Three Peaks raising £7,856 for local charity, St Cuthbert’s Hospice. The team conquered Pen...

Felix’s Journey: A Daring Escape and the RSPCA’s Role in a...

The RSPCA has rescued an intrepid feline who had been exploring an empty house on the street where she lives - before the property...

Community Support Expanded: Over £80,000 Boost for Durham Food Bank Program

A program designed to offer guidance and support to those in need has secured over £80,000 in funds to broaden its food bank initiative. The...

County Durham Blooms with Success: A Look at the Latest Northumbria...

Entries from County Durham have clinched a substantial number of awards in the latest Northumbria in Bloom competition. Judges for the annual awards, which are...

Lumo Joins Beamish Museum as the First Business Champion: Celebrating Heritage...

Beamish Museum is proud to announce Lumo, a renowned train operator, as its inaugural Business Champion. This exclusive program recognises businesses that go above and...

Get Durham Magazine in your inbox.

* indicates required


This will close in 20 seconds