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Projects supported by East Durham Rural Corridor AAP


Find out about the range of activities and events that we support in our community.

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Replacement of Fascia, Soffits and Guttering at TGCC

Trimdon Grange Community Association (TGCC) received a grant of £3,390.00 from the East Durham Rural Corridor AAP's Capital Small Grants Fund to replace and/or repair fascia boards, soffits, guttering and downcomers on the building.  Previous work replaced some of the old wooden boards with white uPVC and this work replaced the remainder.

Coxhoe Village Hall:  Safe and Fit For All In The 21st Century

Coxhoe Village Hall received a grant of £6,000.00 from the East Durham Rural Corridor AAP's Capital Small Grants Fund to install a fit for purpose 21st century fire alarm system offering a safe and accessible environment for all.

Bowburn Festive Lights

Bowburn Community Partnership received £6,000.00 from the East Durham Rural Corridor AAP's Capital Small Grants Fund to install up to 17 Christmas lights onto lighting columns on the A177 by Mary Terrace, Bowburn in December 2019.

Transforming Spaces

Fishburn Youth and Community Centre received £4,893.00 from the East Durham Rural Corridor AAP's Capital Small Grants Fund to bring one of their rooms up to the standard of the rest of the building.  This included lighting and electrical work, new ceiling and wall plastering, electric radiator, redecoration, meeting room furniture, computer furniture, computer chairs and carpet.

Main Stairs Refurbishment

Deaf Hill Ward Regeneration Partnership received £1,907.00 from the East Durham Rural Corridor AAP's Capital Small Grants Fund.  The project is to refurbish, redecorate and improve the main staircase within the community centre. 

Helping Hands

The Cornforth Partnership received £9,164.60 to develop a programme of initiatives designed to combat isolation and improve the health and wellbeing of the most vulnerable families living our communities.

Tunnel of Light

Durham Cathedral received £9,640.00.  150 children from schools in the East Durham Rural Corridor AAP catchment area will work with artist Mick Stephen to recreate a new artwork inspired by Lumiere.  The individual elements will combine to create a large scale, collaborative piece which will be exhibited at Durham Cathedral before returning to the respective schools for further display.

Trimdon Station Youthie

Deaf Hill Ward Regeneration Partnership received £.  The project will provide youth services to be based at Trimdon Station Community Centre with some off-site visits to provide new experiences.  The service would run for 50 weeks of the year providing one 2 hour session per week.  The sessions will be open to young people aged between 11 years and 19 years of age (or 25 years of age for those with a Special Educational Need Disability.

Mixed Fitness

D J Evans Youth Club - Bowburn Youth Project received £2,784.21 from the Youth Fund towards a project that will provide a weekly health and fitness session targeting solely for young people to help and encourage healthy lifestyles and build up confidence so they are able to mix with the wider public in a sports setting.

Sedgefield Youth Club 2020 Summer Activities

Sedgefield Town Council received 2,065.00 (Youth Fund) to run a programme which will include a range of sessions for young people in school years 3-11 (ages 7-16) to attend over the summer holidays.

Coxhoe Youth Club Friday Night Sessions

Coxhoe Parish Council received £2,052.79 (Youth Fund) to run sessions for the 11+ on a Friday night at the Active Life Centre @ Coxhoe where they will have use of a number of rooms so that they can provide the type of sessions that the young people want.

Pitch Fees and Training Equipment

Sedgefield Youth FC & Development received £5,000.00 which will enable them to pay pitch fees and to purchase football and training equipment that is much need for the club to play small-sided games and set up training sessions for the club teams and their development night sessions.

Projects supported by your local county councillors

You can find out more about the local projects supported by your local county councillors through their Neighbourhood Budget on the Your councillors page.

Contact us
Area Action Partnership - East Durham Rural Corridor
03000 261 129
Our address is:
  • The Manor House
  • West End
  • Sedgefield
  • County Durham
  • United Kingdom
  • TS21 2BW
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