Following is a list of community organisations that we work alongside if you would like anything added please send details to us
Title: Chronicle Extra
Description: Local on-line news. If you see something worth noting, tell others with a message on forum or a comment in ' News & Media page'
Title: Voluntary Skills
Description: Voluntaryskills.com is a free website dedicated to the promotion of skills development and career progression in voluntary and community groups across the NE. It is closely related and indeed run by Project North East, another NE-based training and development organisation.
Description: The leading membership organisation that actively supports the countryside community. With 60,000 members in the UK, we focus on local and national issues, supporting you in your campaign to maintain and care for the countryside.
Title: The British Trust for Ornithology
Description: The British Trust for Ornithology promotes bird conservation through volunteer-based surveys
Title: The Ramblers
Description: Whether you're an old hand or a complete beginner, we can help you get the best out of walking.
Title: Durham Voice
Description: A community-building newspaper that covers Northeast Central Durham
Title: AJ Chimney sweeps URL: http://www.aj-chimney-solutions.co.uk Description: Andrew Jackson is a local chimney sweep & solid fuel burner fitter who is very active with local partnerships and issues effecting our local area
Title: derwentside homes AAP info URL: http://www.derwentsidehomes.co.uk/info/aaps Description: Here you can find information about local groups and partnerships in derwentside
Title: Red poppy art . URL: http://www.redpoppyart.co.uk . Description: Mike is a painter based in the North East of England, He works and tutor from a studio in Tanfield. He has painted for over 30 years and have worked as a graphic designer/illustrator, a set designer and a mural painter. His work sells worldwide and usually exhibits a few times a year in local galleries, currently available through the North East Art Collective in Newcastle upon Tyne and Puddytigger in Tynemouth
Title: Durham County Council
Description: The official website of Durham County Council. This is an excellent site for many things and is often referred to in forum messages. For example, of current topical interest, consultation around public rights of way, the on going debate around unitary authorities.
Title: I-know North East
Description: Visit I-know-northeast for a huge selection of holiday accommodation including hotels, B&Bs & holiday cottages. You can also look for shopping centres, great restaurants and the best attractions, in your area.
Title: Derwentside Council
Description: Derwentside DC
Title: The RSPB
Description: The RSPB is the UK charity working to secure a healthy environment for birds and other wildlife, helping to create a better world for us all.
Title: The Forestry Commission
Description: The Government Department responsible for the protection and expansion of Britain's forests and woodlands.
Title: Red Squirrels
The Red Squirrels In South Scotland Project was launched in 2000 with the appointment of two Red Squirrel Conservation Officers.
The project is managed by The Southern Uplands Partnership, a charity working to promote an integrated and sustainable approach to rural development and land use in Scotland’s Southern Uplands, and works closely with Red Alert South West Scotland in Dumfries and Galloway and the Borders Squirrel Management Group in the Scottish Borders, as well Red Alert North East and Red Alert North West who operate in northern England.
Title: Derwent Valley AAP facebook URL: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Derwent-Valley-Partnership-AAP/419559418122399 Description: This is our local AAP covering the local villages and communities within the valley
Title: Consett & Vale of Derwent Naturalist Field Club
Description: This is a link to a local long standing and well established walking group who are very happy to help, give advice and welcome new and old walkers along for their many activities. Including many in the Pont Valley.