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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 Indoor inter-household mixing restricted in parts of the North East

Derwent Valley AAP

Find out about the work of Derwent Valley Area Action Partnership (AAP), including details of upcoming events and our priorities.

We are updating our AAP Facebook page with any local information regarding the coronavirus. This includes changes to services or support in your area.

Our board

The AAP board has 21 members - seven public representatives, seven partner representatives, and seven county councillors.

Subscribe to the Area Action Partnership (AAP) news page.

Our forum

The forum meets twice a year and is open to local people, businesses and organisations. It sets the AAP's priorities which it seeks to address through its projects and monitors the progress of these. 

Our area 

The  Icon for pdf Derwent Valley AAP map (PDF, 1.2mb)  shows the area covered by the partnership. Or you can find Derwent Valley AAP - profile on the Durham Insight website.

Our priorities

Task and finish groups meet on a regular basis to discuss relevant issues and develop projects to address the AAP's priorities. Each task group is made up of forum members, board members, and representatives of those organisations whose co-operation is needed to get the job done. 


Contact us
Area Action Partnership - Derwent Valley
03000 260 723
Our address is:
  • Customer Access Point
  • 36-38 Front Street
  • Consett
  • County Durham
  • United Kingdom
  • DH8 5AQ
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