This section of our website is devoted to the work of Quarrington Hill Community Association. It is in need of updating – we have it in hand.
Chairman: Keith Pounder
Telephone: 0191 377 3611
Secretary: Julie Smith
Treasurer: Linda Parker
Registered Charity Number: 1156121
Bookings for hiring the community centre should be made with the Treasurer.
- Junior Youth Club – 5.30-7.00pm
- Youth Club – 6.30-8.00pm
- Coffee Morning/Bingo – 10.30am to 11.30am
- Exercise Class 7.00pm
- Bingo – 7.30pm to 9.00pm
- Carpet Bowling – 7.15pm
- 2 Cool for School Kids Club – 4.30pm -6.00pm
Carol service- 10 December
Bingo Christmas Party – 18 December
Watch out for updates on the Quarrington Hill community centre facebook page
The community centre is over 25 years old, and during this time, it has been the hub of the community. In 2014, the community centre was one of the first community buildings to be asset transferred from Durham County Council to the community. To achieve this asset transfer, a Charitable Incorporated Organisation was formed to undertake management of the building. The management committee has completed a major refurbishment of the building in order to bring it up to the standards which are required by today’s users of the building. The majority of the funding for this work was provided by Derbyshire Environmental Trust Ltd through the landfill tax.
The management committee welcome any residents who wish to help in the management of the building. The community centre is available for hiring by residents for any activities which they wish to organise. Anyone who is interested should contact the chairman or any member of the management committee.
Coxhoe and Quarrington Hill PACT Meetings
Durham Constabulary are dedicated to making your neighbourhood safer. If you have any issues affecting your quality of life and want to discuss it with your neighbourhood Policing Team then get involved in your local PACT (Police and Community Together) meeting. This is an informal discussion with the police and local partners to resolve the issues where you live.
The meetings are run and are attended by a representative from your neighbourhood policing team and will be specific to your area and individual neighbourhood priorities will be discussed. All members of the community are welcome. There are separate meetings in Coxhoe and Quarrington Hill. You can find out dates and times of meetings from the Durham Constabulary website.