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Funding secures future for older people's services in Bishop Auckland
Published August 23, 2019 1.10pm
A Bishop Auckland community centre has received over £11,700 which will allow it to continue to run a lunch club, day club and meals on wheels service for older people.
Bishop Auckland Cemetery is looking its best after improvement works
Published August 23, 2019 11.15am
Environmental works have left a County Durham Cemetery cleaner, greener and more welcoming for visitors.
School pupils serve up mouth-watering plant displays
Published August 16, 2019 1.12pm
Pupils from six Durham schools are hoping their city-centre kitchen gardens will win over both restaurant customers and horticultural judges.
Talk will explain how to care for historic treasures
Published August 16, 2019 10.48am
Professional conservators will describe how they protect, preserve and repair historical archives in a talk at Durham County Record Office next month.
It's Up to You funding open for applications
Published August 13, 2019 11.46am
Organisations in the Durham Area Action Partnership (AAP) area can now apply for grants to help their local community.
Funding applications open for East Durham Rural Corridor Area projects
Published August 09, 2019 12.59pm
Organisations who run projects that meet the needs of East Durham Rural Corridor communities are encouraged to apply for funding.
Partnership receives second award for supporting young carers
Published August 05, 2019 10.00am
A partnership from the south of County Durham has been recognised for committing to improve the lives of young carers.
Applications open for community-based grants
Published July 18, 2019 10.16am
Organisations in County Durham can apply to use funds from two grants to help their local community.
New events venue will benefit community for years to come
Published June 10, 2019 11.44am
A tired and underused sports hall has been transformed into a high-class community events venue, thanks to funding from one of our 14 area action partnerships (AAP).