Interesting Council news and messages, two surveys to complete, global successes on the Business Park … and things to do next weekend. Find the vlog and more info on my blog at:
• DCC has signed the ‘Dying to Work’ charter.
• You can now get your Town Council Fireworks Display wristbands from the Oakleaf Complex, 9am-9:30pm.
• Horndale Residents Association has been shortlisted for an award in the prestigious DCC Environment Awards, in the competitive ‘Community Partnership’ category.
• The House of Commons Library has published worrying social mobility findings about Sedgefield constituency.
• PCVC Ron Hogg has launched his Hate Crime Action Plan.
• Please take part in the DCC Digital Strategy consultation and, if appropriate, in the DDES CCG Stroke Rehabilitation survey.
• And on Aycliffe Business Park:
– Congratulations to Emcon on a very successful exhibition.
– Brazil is coming to Aycliffe Business Park.
– Well done to AAA Caring Caretaker Ltd, recognised as one of the 50 leading global veteran-run businesses.
– Full steam ahead on Station Place.
– New £2 million facility completed at Stiller.
• Hallowe’en at Durham Castle – Sarah Riseborough reads The Giant and His Wife (unsuitable for young children), 6:45-7:45pm, Wednesday, October 31.
• Russian National Ballet: Swan Lake, Empire Theatre Consett, 7:30pm, Saturday 3 November, A: £21, u16: £16.50 – book on 03000 262 400.
• Family den-building, Hardwick Park, 10-11:30am or 1-2:30pm, Saturday 3 November, £10 per den – book on 03000 262 899.
• Preparing for Diwali (5-11s), Durham Oriental Museum, drop in 1-3pm, Saturday 3 November, FREE.