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Durham school's RAAC affected buildings to be demolished as part of major redevelopment

The majority of the school's existing buildings will be demolished, except for Springwell Hall and the Sixth Form building, which are unaffected by RAAC

Durham Magazine – Your Source for Durham News

Public Consultation on Durham’s Biodiversity and Heritage Planning Documents

Four consultation sessions will take place next month as Durham County Council seeks views on a series of new planning documents. The new Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs) provide detailed advice and guidance on specific aspects of the County Durham Plan. They are: The Biodiversity SPD follows...

Durham Magazine – Your Source for Durham News

Major Refurbishment to Temporarily Close Historic Causeway Bridge in County Durham

A County Durham bridge is to close temporarily for essential maintenance work. The Causeway Bridge in Wolsingham is currently scheduled to close to pedestrians and traffic for 20 weeks from 22 July, for work that is aimed at ensuring it can continue to be used well into the future. Durham County Cou...

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Celebrate the Arts at Bishop Auckland’s Inaugural Summer Fest at Auckland Castle

A new arts festival is coming to Bishop Auckland which promises to bring residents and tourists visiting the area, closer to music, cinema and live performances.  Organised by The Auckland Project, a regeneration charity and visitor attraction, and taking place at Auckland Castle between 22nd June ...

The Northern Echo | Durham

Grade 2 listed registry office opens for Durham weddings

At the heart of The Story, on Durham's Mount Oswald, lies the new registry office, located in a grade 2 listed manor house.

The Northern Echo | Durham

Demolition to begin at St Leonard's School Durham after RAAC

A County Durham school’s buildings affected by RAAC will be demolished as part of a major redevelopment.

The Northern Echo | Durham

Award-winning County Durham barn conversion up for grabs

An award-winning barn conversion near Knitsley, County Durham is now available for sale and it's priced at £820,000.

The Northern Echo | Durham

Ferryhill man jailed after admitting two counts of stalking

An “entirely selfish” young man said to be unable to control his emotions has been jailed for persistent pestering and threats of his ex-partner.

The Northern Echo | Durham

Stolen Alfa Romeo crashes into vehicles during police chase in Durham

A stolen car crashed into several vehicles as police pursued it along the A690 in County Durham this morning.

The Northern Echo | Durham

Armed police 'firearm' probe in Esh Winning continues

Three people were arrested after armed police stormed a property on Front Street, Esh Winning, and seized a "suspected firearm."

The Northern Echo | Durham

£140k seized by police from pair after Esh Winning pizza shop raid

Police have seized over £140,000 from two people connected to a pizza shop in Esh Winning raided by police investigating suspected firearms offences.

The Northern Echo | Durham

A181 LIVE: County Durham road closed near the Three Horseshoes Inn

The A181 is closed in County Durham, due to a serious collision between the Three Horseshoes Inn and the A688 Roundabout near Sherburn. This is affecting traffic between Durham and Wingate/A19.

The Northern Echo | Durham

Durham hotel searching for head of dog satisfaction manager

The Super 8, by Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, opened in Durham last month, and they’re now on the hunt for a canine to lead their customer experience team.

The Northern Echo | Durham

County Durham men fined for waste offences named and shamed

Three men have been ordered to pay a total of £2,000 for waste offences in Stanley, Willington and Wingate in County Durham.

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New Mayor of Durham, Liz Brown, Focuses on Supporting Local Charities

A councillor who has served Durham for seven years is hoping to use her new civic role to raise money for charity. Cllr Liz Brown begins her term as Mayor of Durham for 2024/25, having served as a local councillor since 2017 and as a parish councillor since 2018. For her chosen charities, Cllr Brown...

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Limelight Orchestra Brings Bond Classics to Life in Durham

The full-blown sound of a leading symphony orchestra performing the iconic music of Bond in Durham Cathedral will be the perfect escape into the world of the silver screen’s most famous spy. The Music of Bond – presented by the Limelight Orchestra – brings some of the most well known cinematic...

The Northern Echo | Durham

Relative of man who gave park to people of Durham pays visit

A man who ancestors created and gifted a a city one of its most popular parks has spoken of his delight at visiting it for the very first time.

The Northern Echo | Durham

Preview: Long awaited 'The Story', Durham history centre, to open

A long-awaited history centre, located on the outskirts of Durham, is set to open this week.

The Northern Echo | Durham

Women's football team in the triumph of their lives

A North-East women’s football team has become champions, despite two players needing mastectomies. Now, they have a new goal – to fight for changes around women’s health