Come and see inside Number Forty!Tuesday 06 December 2022
For the first time, the doors of Number Forty, on Skinnergate are opening during the day so people can see the support and help it provides to people on a night out.
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A public consultation on proposals aimed at tackling anti-social behaviour in Darlington town centre starts today (10 September).
Families in Darlington are being urged to fill in a survey on their current and potential future childcare needs.
A Chinese restaurant owner has been fined thousands of pounds after a food poisoning outbreak.
The owners of a town centre takeaway are more than £2,000 out of pocket after admitting four food hygiene offences.
Stephen Harker, the new leader of Darlington Borough Council, together with his Cabinet colleagues, asked officers to produce a report highlighting the implicatio...
A multi-million pound deal has been completed that will see the long-awaited move of Darlington’s cattle market out of the town centre and pave the way for other ...
Darlington Borough Council leader Stephen Harker has urged shoppers to ‘think local’, after it was confirmed the new owners of House of Fraser have decided to kee...
Darlington’s mayor tried her hand at an alternative career – bricklaying – as she helped mark the start of building work at a new development.
Work to install a new pedestrian and cycle bridge that will link the Central Park development with Darlington Railway station is set to get underway.
Recycling rates in the borough have risen in the last year and the amount we send to landfill has fallen as residents are encouraged to recycle right.
The town centre will come alive to the sound of music, classic cars and street theatre this Bank Holiday weekend.
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