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Easter Holiday Activity Grants with Healthy Food

A Funding pot of £3,000 is available for activities for children young people and families during the Easter Holidays in 2020. The scheme aims to support local community groups and organisations based in the Spennymoor area and surrounding villages to deliver enriching holiday activities during the Easter holidays including healthy food.

 

Applicants can apply for amounts between £250 and £999 and are limited to one per organisation.

 

Projects who are looking to apply for over £500 would be expected to deliver activities at multiple locations within the area or over several days / weeks during the holiday period.


Applicants must provide a healthy snack or meal as part of the activity.

 

Application forms can be requested from Spennymoor AAP by calling 03000 262 062 or emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

All fully completed applications and supporting documents must be received by 23.59 on Sunday 16 February 2020.

Durham Bus Station Consultation event

Durham Bus Station information event

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An information event will be held Friday 17 January 1pm-6.30pm and Saturday 18 January 10am-2pm in North Road Methodist Church, Durham. Officers from Durham County Council will be there to answer any queries regarding the proposals.

 

The aim of the event is to get the views of County Durham residents and commuters relating to the new proposals.

From Friday 17 January until 9 February, the below website will be updated to show all internal and external images and there will also be the opportunity to take a short survey on views about the proposals.

 

https://www.durham.gov.uk/durhambusstation

DCC Consultations

Durham County Council (DCC) want everyone who lives in, works or visits County Durham to help improve their services and influence the decisions they make. One way we do this is by consulting with people on what they think about the services and projects DCC provide.

DCC will consult and involve as many people as possible when reviewing and implementing services. The result will be services that better match the needs of communities.

In order to see the current DCC consulations please check the following DCC Consultations