Unique walking and cycling challenge launches in County Durham Communities in Chester-le-Street and Ferryhill came together this week to launch a brand new walking and cycling initiative that will be transforming both areas into a giant game. Running from 29 March to 17 May, Beat the Street is a free, fun challenge, which will turn Ferryhill, Chilton and Chester-le-Street into a massive game where people are rewarded with points and prizes for exploring the town on foot or bicycle. More than 80 beeping and flashing sensors called Beat Boxes will…Find out more »
At Pelton Community Centre/ Room 14 – Front Street, Pelton For six weeks from Monday 24th July 2017 – Thursday 31st August 2017 – All Children must be accompanied at all times during these activities Including: Monday 24th July – Fun Zone – 1pm – 2pm Tuesday 25th July – Summer Beach Party – 1pm – 2pm Wednesday 26th July – Hoop Starz – 10.30am – 1.30pm Saturday 29th July – Mobile Cinema Monday 31st July – Fun Zone – 1pm – 2pm Wednesday 2nd August – Hoop Starz –…Find out more »
Chester-le-Street Rowing Club will be hosting a rowing regatta for juniors to be held on Saturday 23rd September 2017 from 9.30am – 3.00pm at Chester-le-Street Riverside (beside Durham County Cricket Club). The Chairman of Durham County Council – Bill Kellet – will be official opening the event at 11.00am.Find out more »
A fantastic event to be held at : Sacriston Colliery Cricket Club on Saturday 23rd September 2017 from 1.00pm – 10.30pm Groups that will be playing include: Vertigo U2 The Deetees Howayslo Ska Toons C-Collective Hip Hip Hooray £2.50 of each ticket sold will go to Charity (to be announced) For more information please log onto the website www.seggarocks.co.ukFind out more »
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