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Mayor's arts centre visit cancelled
11:54am Monday 18th February 2013 in News
DARLINGTON mayor Paul Baldwin had to cancel a visit to the Bridge Centre for Visual Arts, in Yarm Road, on Monday (February 18) due to illness. He had been due to visit the centre to learn more about the Openart Studio project, which aims to enhance participants’ mental wellbeing by exploring a range of creative and artistic activities. A spokeswoman for Darlington Borough Council said the visit would be rearranged in due course.
JEWELLERY WORKSHOP: Kathryn Guy will hold a jewellery making workshop – Knit, Stitch and Crochet with Wire – upstairs at Hoppers Jewellers, in Post House Wynd, Darlington, from 10.30am to 4pm, on Friday (February 22). The course costs £30 including materials and refreshments. No experience is necessary. Advance booking is essential. Call 01748-825640 or email email@example.com
CABINET MEETS: Darlington Borough Council’s cabinet meets at 5pm on Tuesday (February 19), at the town hall. Members will discuss the authority’s finances, as well as plans for a £1m merger of the council-run Stressholme Golf Course and private Blackwell Golf Club.
COFFEE MORNING: The neighbourhood policing team for Faverdale and West Park will be holding a coffee morning for local residents at West Park Academy, in Alderman Leach Way, between 9.30am and 11.30am on Wednesday, February 27.
HAIR TODAY: Rapunzel, the story of a girl with magical, golden locks, will be staged at Darlington Civic Theatre on April 1 and 2. The Easter pantomime features former Blue Peter presenter Peter Duncan as Muddles and Jenny Jones in the title role. Performances are at 3pm and 7pm on April 1 and at 1pm and 4.30pm the following day. Tickets are priced at £16 and £18. Call 01325-486555 or visit darlingtonarts.co.uk
EASTER SERVICES: Maundy Thursday services will be held at Methodist churches across Darlington on March 27: Northland, 7pm; Pierremont, 7pm; Elm Ridge, 7.30pm; Cockerton, 7.30pm.
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