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The government has announced further restrictions on mixing between households in any indoor setting in County Durham, in a bid to control the rising infection rates of COVID-19. Find out more about the latest measures at Gov.uk: Indoor inter-household mixing restricted in parts of the North East

A to Z


On our A to Z you will find an alphabetical list of the services and information we offer, as well as some information about key partner organisations. Please click on the letters below to see what options are available.

We will arrange for the collection and removal of abandoned shopping trolleys wherever possible.
An abandoned vehicle is one which appears to have been left without an owner. It may not have been moved for a long time and it may be in poor condition, vandalised or in a dangerous position.
Find out about courses and training we can offer.
Air quality in County Durham, what we are doing and what you can do to reduce air pollution.
The signs that someone has significant health or social problems as a result of alcohol or other drug use will depend on what drug they are taking or how much alcohol they consume. This page provides advice and information on alcohol and directs you to support services available in County Durham.
Allotments information, including how to apply for one, how much it costs and how to raise enquiries.
Anti-social behaviour covers a range of activities that affect people's enjoyment of their homes and communities. This page provides information on where to find help and other useful information.
Promoting the conservation, enhancement and understanding of Durham's distinctive historic environment.
Our Armed Forces Outreach Service can provide help and support to all Forces personnel, reservists, Veterans and their families.
An asylum seeker is someone who comes to the UK; often fleeing persecution, torture or war; and applies for refugee status.
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