Durham News and Events
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County Durham residents are being urged to stand together against domestic violence ahead of this year’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Durham County Council, Durham University and Durham Students’ Union are supporting the international day of action, also known as White Ribbon Day, on Thursday (25 November) and are asking people […]
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Tuesday 16 November marks 20 years since the first Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone, was released in cinemas, and as a Harry Potter filming location, Durham Cathedral is inviting visitors to celebrate this milestone anniversary. Between 16 -21 November, fans are invited to don their wizarding robes and house colours to […]
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New carved sculptures are proving popular at a County Durham beauty spot. The sculptures make up a new trail at Hardwick Park, which is maintained by Durham County Council. There are six wetland-inspired oak pieces, designed and carved by north east artists Lee and Jill Brewster. The artworks, depicting a dragonfly, frog and other wetland […]
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Plans for a £2 million development of new business units on a popular Northumberland industrial estate have been unanimously approved by planning officials. The news will see developers SIJP Partnership move ahead later this year with the construction of a mix of 18 high quality steel framed light industrial, manufacturing, and storage and distribution units […]
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Plans to better connect rural communities and restore and develop heritage sites and railways in County Durham have been given the green light in today’s Comprehensive Spending Review. Durham County Council has been successful in bidding for £20 million from the Government’s Levelling Up Fund. The money will be used by the council to reopen […]
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A County Durham primary school has been selected to take part in a tree-planting initiative to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022. One primary school in every city across the UK has been chosen as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC) project, with Laurel Avenue Community Primary School being selected for Durham City. Alongside […]
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Residents of Dean Bank in Ferryhill are being asked to share their views on how the area could be improved. Starting this week, the Durham County Council-led Community Action Team is addressing environmental and housing concerns in the neighbourhood. Residents are invited to have their say on which issues the team should tackle, from anti-social […]
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- New Plans Submitted For Northumberland Holiday Lodgesby Joseph Christiansson on 28th November 2021 at 8:00 am
Plans for a new holiday and leisure complex in Northumberland that could provide significant benefits for local people have been submitted for approval. The move could see 30 dormer style two-bedroomed holiday lodges with associated decking and car parking spaces along with a gym, swimming pool and restaurant constructed by developers Cheviot View Leisure Ltd. The post New Plans Submitted For Northumberland Holiday Lodges appeared first on Durham Magazine - Durham Deserves Good News.
- Plans For Restoration Of Former Durham Miners’ Hall Get Green Lightby Sara Janiszewska on 27th November 2021 at 8:00 am
Plans for the multi-million-pound refurbishment and extension of Durham Miners Hall have been approved. Durham County Council has backed the proposals to secure the future of the hall. Known as Redhills, the hall opened in 1915 as the purpose-built headquarters of the Durham Miners Association (DMA). The Grade II-listed hall in the Durham City Conservation The post Plans For Restoration Of Former Durham Miners’ Hall Get Green Light appeared first on Durham Magazine - Durham Deserves Good […]
- Celebrating Work of Famous Children’s Authorby Sara Janiszewska on 26th November 2021 at 8:00 am
An exhibition showcasing the work of celebrated children’s author and illustrator Judith Kerr – who created the classic tale The Tiger Who Came to Tea – is going on display at Durham’s Gala Gallery. Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the much-loved classic, the exhibition will feature high quality facsimiles of Judith’s original illustrations and The post Celebrating Work of Famous Children’s Author appeared first on Durham Magazine - Durham Deserves Good News.
- A muggles’ guide to North East Harry Potter locationsby Sara Janiszewska on 24th November 2021 at 11:00 am
It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since Harry Potter & The Philosopher’s Stone first hit our screens. To mark twenty magical years since November 2001, when the first film adaptation of J.K Rowling’s boy wizard was released in UK cinemas, we’ve created a muggles’ guide to Harry Potter filming locations you can visit The post A muggles’ guide to North East Harry Potter locations appeared first on Durham Magazine - Durham Deserves Good News.
- Taking Action Against Gender-Based Violenceby Sara Janiszewska on 24th November 2021 at 8:00 am
County Durham residents are being urged to stand together against domestic violence ahead of this year’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Durham County Council, Durham University and Durham Students’ Union are supporting the international day of action, also known as White Ribbon Day, on Thursday (25 November) and are asking people The post Taking Action Against Gender-Based Violence appeared first on Durham Magazine - Durham Deserves Good News.
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- Collie Eddie's amazing recovery after hit by SUV near Durhamon 28th November 2021 at 1:14 pm
AN ELDERLY dog who was on the brink of death after being run over twice has made an astonishing recovery.
- Face mask rule in shops and transport to return on Tuesdayon 28th November 2021 at 12:45 pm
HEALTH Secretary Sajid Javid has said mandatory mask-wearing will return to shops and public transport on Tuesday, as he told families to plan for Christmas “as normal” despite new rules to combat the Omicron coronavirus variant.
- Aycliffe path part of Great North Cycleway from Darlington to Blython 28th November 2021 at 11:41 am
WORK on a new path providing better facilities for pedestrians, cyclists, wheelchair and pushchair users – which will link into a long distance bike route - has started in a County Durham town.
- Cars stranded in Teesdale as roads including A66 still shuton 28th November 2021 at 10:50 am
POLICE have issued a warning to motorists not to ignore road closures after a number of cars became stranded in snow on rural roads in County Durham.Emergency services and councils across the region have been out all weekend clearing routes of snow, floods, fallen trees and downed cables caused by Storm Arwen.
- BBC can’t disclose amount paid to Arqiva for Bilsdale transmitteron 28th November 2021 at 5:00 am
THE BBC cannot say how much it has paid the operator in fees to broadcast from the, currently offline, Bilsdale Mast, after issuing thousands of refunds.