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Making Travel More Active across County Durham

Residents in County Durham now have even more opportunities to get on their bikes or enjoy their surroundings on foot. Durham County Council’s ambitious plan...

Celebrating County Durham’s Volunteers

Volunteers who help run community events and activities across County Durham are being thanked for their hard work and commitment as part of National...

Have Your Say on Plans to Protect Beauty Spots from Anti-social...

County Durham residents are being encouraged to share their views on proposals to introduce new enforcement powers to tackle anti-social behaviour in a popular...

Special Happiness Programme in Partnership With Social-Ability Introduced in County Durham

Durham County Council brings Social-Ability’s Happiness Programme to ten dementia and learning disability care homes Programme aims to support positive outcomes and wellbeing of people...

Hundreds of Businesses Get on Board County Durham’s UK City of...

Hundreds of businesses from across the North East have backed County Durham’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2025. Almost £500,000 in sponsorship has...

How to Research Family History

People looking to learn more about how to research their family history can do so in online sessions which are taking place throughout next...

Lifesaving Mother And Community Advocate Receive Prestigious Award

A young mum whose quick thinking and first-aid skills saved a man’s life, and an activist dedicated to improving his community, have been honoured...

Science Comes to Durham’s Streets!

Durham Markets Company is holding its first Children’s Science and Fun Day at the end of the Easter Holidays, with children invited to have...

Hire an Electric Car in County Durham

Residents in County Durham can now hire an electric vehicle for the day, as part of a new car club service. Durham County Council has...

Bishop Auckland Food Festival Coming Soon!

Organisers of Bishop Auckland Food Festival are counting down the days until visitors are welcomed back to celebrate all things food. There are just two...

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