Young people can stay connected and active this summerFriday 03 July 2020
Darlington youngsters are benefiting from a government scheme to provide laptop computers for vulnerable children and young people.
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DARLINGTON Borough Council is continuing to lead the way in training its staff to be more aware of autism and other neurodiverse conditions.
CHILDREN in Nepal are set to benefit from the generosity of music lovers in Darlington.
Grants are being made available to support organisations in Darlington that promote good mental health and help to reduce the number of people taking their own li...
Feethams House construction site has opened for visitors for the first time since work began to welcome an organised tour.
There is a range of events in Darlington over October half term.
PLANS to improve Darlington Crematorium will be discussed by councillors next week.
PLANS to appoint independent trustees for Darlington’s Crown Street library building will be discussed by councillors next week.
Work is underway to create a new pedestrian crossing on Darlington’s busy inner ring road.
PLANS to create a cross-party working group to examine autism provision in Darlington are progressing.
MOTORISTS have responded positively to the start of work to convert the ‘throughabout’ junction on Haughton Road into a conventional roundabout.
A new car sharing initiative between EE and Darlington Borough Council to help solve EE’s staff car parking problems has produced benefits for both the company an...