The decision on who gets the money was made by members of the public who voted on their favourite projects at the East Durham Rural Corridor AAP event, held on 23rd November at Sedgefield Community College,
East Durham Rural Corridor AAP Community grants fund has seen several Trimdon organisations benefit:


Trimdon Concert Brass Band received £4,000;
DANCE IT LIVE IT with Sophie Johnson received £1,575;
St William’s Primary School received £4,000;
The Deaf Hill Ward Regeneration Partnership received £4,000;
Trimdon United Juniors Football Club received £1,673.20;
Trimdon Junior Youth Club received £4,000;
Deaf Hill Primary and Nursery School received £3,899.95;

Kelloe and District Community Association – Community WiFi Hub received £1932.30
Sedgefield Junior Squash Club received £3,362;
The 1st Sedgefield Scout Group received £4,000;
Sedgefield Harriers received £3,225;
Sedgefield Village Games received £1932.31;
The North East Bulls Wheelchair Rugby Club received £2,040;
The Durham Christian Partnership received £3,930;
Sedgefield Youth Football Club received £3,620;
Future Leisure in Coxhoe received £3,830.24;
Sedgefield Area and Surrounding Communities received £3,000;
Quarrington Hill Community Association received £3,850;
The Pre-School Learning Alliance received £2,895;
Bowburn Community Association received £4,000;
Investing in Children received £3,995;
South Durham Amateur Boxing Club received £4,000;
Coxhoe United Football Club received £3,680;
Coxhoe Village Hall Association received £4,000:
Fishburn Art Group received £700;
The Quarrington Hill Village Partnership received £3,860.

Great Aycliffe and Middridge Area Action Partnership

Newton Aycliffe Youth Football Club received £3,320;
The Wishing Well Club received £2,500;
Sedgefield Water Polo Club received £1,040;
Middridge Allotment Association received £2,500;
The 1st Newton Aycliffe Scout Group received £1,500;
The Education Centre for Children with Downs Syndrome received £2,429;
The Cubby received £2,500;
Kdanz received £2,500;
Newton Aycliffe Division Guide Association received £2,500;
The North East Autism Society received £2,344;
Horndale Residents Association received £2,500;
The Pioneering Care Partnership received £2,367.

A full list of successful and unsuccessful canditates can be found here on Durham County Council’s
East Durham Rural Corridor Area Action Partnership page: