REVEALED: Durham’s community centres that will survive or be axed

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EAST Durham’s community centres could get a massive re-organisation.

Some could benefit from new investment but others could be closed.

Here are the proposals being discussed by Durham County Council

Centres which could get investment:

Parkside and Seaton in Seaham;

Pride House in Peterlee;

Thornley Community Centre;

Horden Youth and Community Centre;

Shotton Colliery Community Centre;

Great Lumley, Bullion Hall, Newcastle Bank, Chester Moor Hut in Chester-le-Street;

Newton Hall and Broomside in Durham.

No investment unless funds become available:

Fence Houses and District and Cedarwood in Fence Houses;

Fairclouch Court in Peterlee

Hesleden Community Centre;

Hawthorn Community Centre;

Murton Community Centre and McCrae House in Murton;

Resource and Social Centre in Seaham;

Framwellgate Community Centre and Woodbine House in Durham;

Adren House in West Rainton;

Attlee Square Communal Hall in Sherburn;

Southbrook House and Pittington Village Hall in Pittington.

Closure or asset transfer:

Byron House and Parkside People’s Centre in Seaham;

Alcote House in Shotton Colliery;

Roseby Road, Horden.

Confirmed closure:

80 Bede Terrace in Bowburn;

Hambledon Hut in Chester-le-Street;

Shakespeare Centre in Seaham