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We promote of the sport of fencing within the Durham area, offering group and individual coaching. Like Phoenix Fencing on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DurhamPhoenixFencing
0191 386 6634
We are a group of photography enthusiasts of various ages and levels of experience. We meet weekly at St. Oswalds Institute, Church Street, Durham on Thursdays at 7.30pm (closed Christmas). Our activities include talks, demonstrations, competitions, exhibitions and digital support. Visitors and new members are very…
If you like listening to mainly classical music in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, come and join us. Not only are we a very aimiable group, but we also offer a cup of tea and biscuits during interval. No musical knowledge necessary, just a liking for…
0191 388 3055
We are a community choir that prides itself in drawing member from all backgrounds and walks of life. In common we have an interest in singing and performing songs from many different times, communities and traditions. We have performed gospel, doo-wop, Georgian, Balkan, contemporary English,…
If you have epilepsy, or care for someone who does, we can provide advice, information and advocacy to support you. We have advice workers who can meet you by appointment in the office, or we will visit your home if necessary. Epilepsy Awareness Training is…
01429 297 007
Fax: 01429 297 233
We run an indoor carpet bowls club for people over 15 years of age at the Escomb Amenity Centre. Tuition will be provided. If you are interested in membership contact a member of the committee at the club.
01388 606 306
Every weekend, offer drop-in family activities at Palace Green Library. These sessions have a different theme each week so be sure to check our website for full details.
0191 334 2932
Tips and advice on tracing your family tree will be available at a beginners’ family history course. Run by Durham County Record Office, the popular sessions are led by an archivist and also offer an introduction to the sources available at the record office. The…
03000 267 626
We meet weekly at Dean Bank Community Centre for a chat and social morning.  Our activities include: knitting needlework tapestry making cushions for church pews charity work  For more details please contact us.
01740 654 585
Our goal is to promote and encourage an interest in the local history of Ferryhill. We provide education through our meetings where speakers on local history are available and through exhibitions which are freely available by contacting any of the committee. We also have a…

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