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
The following free regular activities take place at Belmont Library: Reading Group - The third Monday of every month from 2.30 - 3.30pm, and the second Thursday of every month from 5.30 - 6.30pm. Visually Impaired Reading Group - Last Wednesday of every month from 2.00 - 4.00pm…
03000 269 500
We are a swimming club for people from any part of County Durham who find public swimming sessions unsuitable. We give disabled adults and children the chance to socialise and exercise in a safe and relaxing environment. We have a team of helpers who can assist…
0191 386 2146
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
Are you a parent and carer of someone under 25 years old in County Durham with a special educational need or disability? You can join the Children and Young People's Network for free!  What is the Children and Young People's Network? The Council keep a register…
03000 265 792
We are a community sports club open to people of all ages and abilities for competitive and recreational rowing and sculling. If you are a member, a range of boats are available including some suitable for people with disabilities. We have a new clubhouse with…
0191 386 6431
Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds is a disability sport programme for adults across County Durham. As part of Sport England’s Inclusive Sport Programme, Durham University and Durham County Council have formed a partnership to deliver a range of activities developed to improve fitness, reduce stress and…
0191 334 2165
Durham Clayport Library is in Millennium Place, just off Claypath and opposite the Gala Theatre in Durham City. The building is accessible for disabled visitors with public lifts, toilets and has a loop system installed. What's available? If you would like to browse the library catalogue,…
03000 265 524
The Cheesy Waffles Project is part of Durham County Council's One Point Youth Service. We engage with young people age 11-18 years and 18-25 years with special educational needs delivering a range of positive activities. Young people are encouraged to develop new skills through taking part in…
0191 375 1252
07808 842 205
The Club meet twice a month to take part in lots of different fun activities.  Activities include: sports quizzes cookery arts and crafts competitions team games board games wii music etc.   
0191 375 1252
07808 842 205

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