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

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 Teesdale beauty spot. Durham County Council is seeking views on its plans to establish a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) in the area around Low Force, High Force and Gibson’s Cave. […]
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  • Queen’s Baton Relay to Visit County Durham
    by Sara Janiszewska on 14th May 2022 at 8:00 am

    The Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay will visit County Durham during its final journey through England ahead of this year’s Commonwealth Games. Birmingham 2022 is hosting the 16th official Queen’s Baton Relay – a journey which brings together and celebrates communities across the Commonwealth during the build up to the Games. Across England, the Queen’s The post Queen’s Baton Relay to Visit County Durham appeared first on Durham Magazine - Durham Deserves Good News.

  • Have Your Say on Plans to Protect Beauty Spots from Anti-social Behaviour
    by Sara Janiszewska on 10th May 2022 at 8:00 am

    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 Teesdale beauty spot. Durham County Council is seeking views on its plans to establish a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) in the area around Low Force, High Force and Gibson’s Cave. The post Have Your Say on Plans to Protect Beauty Spots from Anti-social Behaviour appeared first on Durham Magazine - Durham Deserves Good News.

  • Army Cadet Force Recognised with Chairman’s Medal
    by Sara Janiszewska on 7th May 2022 at 8:00 am

    An organisation which has helped countless young adults to develop their skills, broaden their horizons and become better citizens, has been awarded County Durham’s highest honour. Durham County Council’s Chairman, Cllr Watts Stelling, presented the Chairman’s Medal to the Durham Army Cadet Force at their detachment at the Durham Army Reserve Centre, after attending one The post Army Cadet Force Recognised with Chairman’s Medal appeared first on Durham Magazine - Durham Deserves Good […]

  • Durham City Afc Sign Sue Sweeney As Their Latest “Celebrity Citizen”
    by Sara Janiszewska on 5th May 2022 at 8:00 am

    She’s been described as “Durham’s favourite girl”, she’s an award winning comedian, she’s an actress, she’s a popular local radio personality, she’s an in-demand presenter and speaker,  … and now Sue Sweeney is Durham City AFC’s latest signing to the club’s CELEBRITY CITIZENS roster. As part of the club’s strategy to reconnect with the broader The post Durham City Afc Sign Sue Sweeney As Their Latest “Celebrity Citizen” appeared first on Durham Magazine - Durham […]

  • Special Happiness Programme in Partnership With Social-Ability Introduced in County Durham
    by Sara Janiszewska on 2nd May 2022 at 8:00 am

    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 living with cognitive challenges London, 25 April 2022: Social-Ability, a social venture aimed at supporting people with cognitive challenges such as dementia, has partnered with Durham County Council to introduce its The post Special Happiness Programme in Partnership With Social-Ability Introduced in County […]

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