Another bench is at the junction of The Avenue and The Oval on the
route of the town bus.
Three picnic tables were installed in the three areas of the play park.
will improve people's perceptions and appreciation of the area and help make the community more proud of the place they live
and give Stainton Grove more of an identity.
It also links
closely with the council's regeneration strategy for the area.
The Pride in our Landscape project has been funded through the Community Spaces programme.
The Community Spaces grants programme is being managed by Groundwork UK as an Award Partner to the Big Lottery Fund. Community Spaces is part of the
Big Lottery Fund’s Changing Spaces initiative.
is who we are today; we are the only ones who can protect it.
The Memories of Stainton Grove Military Camp Project was one of a number of community-led projects along and
nearby the route of the proposed South West Durham Heritage Corridor.
The South West Durham Heritage Corridor will be a multi-user route along the former Bishop Auckland to Barnard Castle railway line.
Share your memories with us! We want to make a record of life here before it is too late. Please
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The Memories of Stainton Grove Military Camp Project is being led by Stainton Grove Community Association and coordinated
by Groundwork West Durham and Darlington. It is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund through the 'Your Heritage' grant programme.
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