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Concerns Arise Of Lack Of Future Plans Durham Light Infantry Museum

Richard Holden meets with the group trying to save the Durham Light Infantry museum as concerns grow over lack of plans for its future Richard Holden, Member of Parliament for North West Durham, has visited the now-closed Durham Light Infantry (DLI) Museum as calls grow for the museum to be reopened on its current site […]
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Visitors Encouraged To Help Protect The County’s Coastline

Visitors to County Durham’s coastline are being encouraged to help protect the local environment as restrictions continue to ease. Durham County Council is asking everyone to follow the new Countryside Code, which has recently been updated to allow people to enjoy the heath and wellbeing benefits of nature whilst giving it the respect it deserves. […]
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Durham Residents Reminded To Take Advantage Of Free Parking After 2pm At Council Car Parks

Motorists are being reminded that they can now take advantage of free afternoon parking at many car parks around County Durham. Durham County Council has introduced free parking after 2pm in its on and off-street car parks. The change, which comes into force today (Thursday, 1 April), was agreed upon last month and will be […]
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Free Food Festival In County Durham Expected To Take Place Between 7-8 August

A free food festival is set to return to a County Durham seaside town this year with measures in place to keep people safe. Subject to coronavirus restrictions, Seaham Food Festival will take place on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 August. This will be followed by Bishop Auckland Food Festival in October, with dates to […]
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Architextural Gives An Environmentally-Friendly Food Store A New Look

An environmentally-friendly food store has been given a new look thanks to a County Durham architectural film distributor. In January, Architextural, part of Barnard Castle-based William Smith Group 1832, launched a campaign to offer one lucky business a free £5,000 revamp – and Darlington shop Earth Warriors was chosen as the winner. Following the launch, […]
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New Home Developments Worth Millions Drive Civil Growth For RWO

Work on hundreds of new homes in Cumbria and County Durham is among a clutch of new projects won by North East engineers RWO. The Newcastle-based firm, which has seen a ‘strong’ increase in demand for civil engineering in the last six months, is providing contract design and civil engineering services as part of plans […]
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County Durham Businesses Join Forces On Growth Plans For Wireless Charging Product

An innovative technology firm and an energy procurement specialist have joined forces to power exciting growth plans for a unique mobile phone charging product.  Crable and Sanctus Consulting, both based at Tanfield Lea Business Centre in Stanley, County Durham, are working together to boost opportunities for Crable’s fully brandable wireless charging shelf. The customisable, wall-mounted […]
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World Social Work Day 2021 Celebrated Virtually Across Durham

Social workers across County Durham have been celebrated as part of World Social Work Day. Taking part in a number of activities to mark the day, staff at Durham County Council have been thanked for their continued support of vulnerable residents, particularly throughout the pandemic. The council’s heads of adult care and children’s social care […]
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Seaham Townscape Project Continues On To Its Second Phase

Former railway tracks will be transformed into a public area that celebrates a County Durham town’s heritage as part of the next phase in a regeneration project. Work has begun this week on the second phase of Durham County Council’s Seaham Townscape Heritage Project, a £1.6m scheme supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund to […]
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County Durham School Taking Part In World Record Challenge

A County Durham school has been taking part in a world record challenge to show the importance of connectivity between countries and raise awareness of climate change. Durham County Council’s international relations team has been working with St Mary’s RC School, in South Moor, which has been creating paper trees for a world record attempt. […]
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