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Living Paintings is a unique publishing house and library. We design, create and publish tactile and audio books for blind and partially sighted people. We call them Touch to See books. We publish titles suitable for anyone from pre-school to adult. Our wide and growing…
01635 299 771
We manage The Greenhills Centre which is a large, modern community centre offering a wide range of services, facilities and activities across all age ranges. See our timetable at the bottom of the page for details of activities. At the centre we offer: Café Meeting, training and function rooms…
01429 820 214
We provide free fire safety and fire prevention advice. Our resource library offers fire safety information as well as fire safety videos. A free fire safety and fire prevention advice portal and was originally set up by Tom Sutton for Merseyside Fire Liaison Panel.
Our free exhibition in Palace Green Library, offers a journey through 10,000 years of Durham’s history in our Living on the Hills gallery. This family-friendly exhibition tells the story of Durham from the end of the last Ice Age onwards. Our 4schools service offers an…
0191 334 2932
Our Family History group aims to assist the local community in accessing information both online and from local sources.We meet weekly at Seaham Library on Wednesdays, 9.45am - 12.15pm. Also meet every second Monday of the month from 4.00 - 6.30pm.
0191 581 7120
We offer encouragement and support to blind and partially-sighted chess players. We run over-the-board and postal tournaments, and a library of chess study material in different formats. We arrange regular tournaments throughout the year. We can supply modified chess sets suitable for use by blind…
01142 305 995
Bishop Auckland Town Hall is a multi-purpose venue housing a library, free-entry art gallery, theatre and café. We host a variety of events including drama productions, comedy gigs, music concerts, film nights and literary events. and local history societies.
03000 269 524
We are a postal and online audio book library for people who find it difficult to read due to illness or disability, including mental health issues or learning difficulties such as dyslexia. We have a huge range of titles for children and adults, and also cover the…
0207 407 9417
0207 234 0522
Fax: 0207 403 1377
Our group is interested in the history of the town and surrounding villages. We undertake a variety of projects. In 2018 we are continuing the work on the Chester Marras project about mining communities in the local area and are considering undertaking research into WW1 in…
0191 388 3667
Trimdon Station Community Centre and provide services for the benefit of the community. We provide a wide range of services and activities such as: Library Job club Luncheon club Sequence dancing Youth club Computer club Women's Cree Men's Cree Brass band Social dance  Zumba Computer…
01429 882 200

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