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Come and explore Darlington’s railway heritage and see Locomotion No1 - the first engine on the Stockton and Darlington Railway in 1825. There’s lots to see and do in the museum for all ages. We also have a playroom, shop and space for picnics. Please visit our website for…
01325 405 060
We provide a countywide service for children and young people with disabilities and their families. Regardless of where you live in County Durham, we aim to enable families living with disability to participate in, visit and enjoy a wide range of sport, leisure and social activities…
07592 366 454
We work with over 90 disabled children and young people, at any one time, aged 5-25 years, largely in the Durham City and Chester-le-Street area. Our services include: Supporting disabled children to develop the social skills and confidence to be able to take part in leisure…
07914 376 228
We currently providing approximately 130 children and adults with a range of disabilities and learning difficulties with riding lessons every week. As well as riding lessons, we also offer stable management courses to individuals of all age groups and levels of ability. We are the home…
0191 416 2745
Fax: 0191 419 0212
We help groups and organisations that are open to the public acquire Wheelyboats to provide mobility, learning and sensory impaired people of all ages with independent access to water-based activities. Activities include: nature watching pleasure boating powerboating angling Wheelyboats are uniquely designed to be fully…
01798 342 222
Fax - 01798 342 222
We are a youth organisation, catering specifically for blind and visually impaired children and young people in the north east of England. We offer a varied programme of leisure activities tailored to meet the specific needs of each one of our young members. Everything is…
0191 266 8315

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