***NEW GARDEN WASTE COLLECTION SERVICE ****
The new service run by DCC comes at a cost. £38.00 for 17 collections in 2023. To subscribe to the new service either: online – http://www.durham.gov.uk/gardenwaste Telephone 03004 562 771
To Pay by cash go to the Post Office or Cheques to DCC, PO Box , Stanley, Co. Durham DH8 1GF
CONSULTATIONS . DCC consultations continue throughout the year. Please check on – http://www.durham.gov.uk/consultation
EGGLSTON VILLAGE HALL To book the Hall for parties, receptions, wakes or other activities please contact Chris Bell 01833 650 269 or Dave Smith 01833 650 702
VILLAGE HALL ACTIVITIES
Post Office. Monday and Friday mornings from 0945 – 1230.
Watercolour Painting Group – Friday From 10am to noon
Bridge Club – Friday From 2pm – 4.30pm
MONTHLY Community Coffee. 1st Monday each month – from 10am – Noon
Quiz Night. On 3rd Thursday in the month. 7.30pm for 8pm start. £1.00 entry. Coffee, tea biscuits available – Self service. Bring your own drinks
Craft and Chat. 2nd Saturday each month. from 1pm – 4pm £2.00 entry includes refreshments. Bring along what you are working on. Bring items of craft to swop. or just come for a chat.
Circle Dancing. Thursday
Parish Council Meetings 1st Wednesday 7pm
VOLUNTEERS TO ASSUME THE ROLE OF CHAIRMAN, and Treasurer of EGGLESTON VILLAGE HALL
Please contact Dave Smith for further information and a chat to discover the benefits of taking one of these role. Telephone 650 702
The HILLTOP Shop is open on request Monday to Saturday. For local meat cuts.
We meet on the first Wednesday in the month at 7pm The dates for 2023 are
The AGM date in May will be decided at the April meeting.
A&E services in County Durham are available for the following conditions: *
- loss of consciousness
- acute confused state and fits that are not stopping
- chest pain
- breathing difficulties
- severe bleeding that cannot be stopped
- severe allergic reactions
- severe burns or scalds
- major trauma such as a road traffic accident
If people do turn up with minor ailments and don’t need to be there – they will be re-directed to a more appropriate service for their needs.
Teesdale Area Action Partnership (TAP)
TAP has money for grants. If you are a charity or part of a charitable organisation (e.g. scouts; village hall) or not for profit organisation you can apply via Adam White the TAP coordinator.
Money is usually available for youth activities during half terms.
If you are putting on an activity for young people in the Easter holidays there is money to provide food. It has to be a new activity, long running Mum’s & Toddlers groups do not count.