Parish Council Minutes 2004 – 2005
Parish Council Minutes 2006 – 2007
Parish Council Minutes 2008 – 2009
Parish Council Minutes 2010 – 2012
Parish Council Minutes 2013 – 2014
Local and National Government: Elected Members
Community Safety and the Environment
Churches and Chapels
Hotels, Guest Houses, Pubs, Clubs etc.
POWERS & DUTIES OF PARISH COUNCILS
Publication of Parish Council Information Scheme
Code of Conduct
Links for CASSOP-CUM-QUARRINGTON PARISH COUNCIL
Welcome To Our Parish Council Website
Here to enhance the quality
of the parishioners’ lives
whilst delivering an efficient
and proactive service.
What the Parish Council does for you in the community
The Parish Council aims give the people the most up to date service and facilities. We try our very best to enhance the daily lives of parishioners.
Parish Councillors do their best to fulfil their duties concerning amenities and services applicable to us by legislation.
All Parish Councillors (15 members) are unpaid and work voluntarily for the smooth running of the communities in the parish.
|North East England
Approx 4 miles South East of Durham City on the A177
To the North: Newcastle, 20 miles.
To the South: Scotch Corner, 22 miles.
J61 Bowburn Interchange of the A1M Motorway which opened in 1969 cuts through the Parish and divided the main part of Bowburn from Parkhill, though they still remain as one village.
The Parish is made up of five villages
Heugh Hall (Old Quarrington)
Roadchef Motorway Services (Durham Services) opened 1995,
providing a very important service link for Bowburn north/south industrial estates, Tursdale business park, commuters, commercial and business travellers to the north and south of the country.
There are also numerous guest houses, pubs, two clubs, a hotel and takeaway outlets to choose from in the parish. (Please refer to the link on the left – Guesthouses etc.)
Visitors to the website may make any comments in the guest book or may contact the email addresses below.
33, Scargill Drive,
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