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Welcome to the homepage of the Quakers Running Club. Quakers RC has developed a reputation as being one of the friendliest running clubs in the North-East of England and is more than happy to welcome individuals of all abilities into the sport, let’s face it,…
Darlington Amateur Swimming Club (DASC) caters for swimmers and divers of a wide range of ages and abilities. We are Swim 21 accredited and work hard to maintain the standards required of this nationally recognised quality award.DASC holds its main Club Night for swimmers and…
01325 266242
Don't sit at home lonely, come and try our Sunshine Club. Mainly for people over 60 years but anyone can come. Meeting every Wednesday, starting with a cuppa.
01325 380994
Girls Brigade is a membership organisation that specialises in working with churches to provide fun and inspiring local groups (known as companies) where girls and young women can belong, achieve and discover Jesus!
Darlington Gymnastics Club is a self funded organisation aiming to provide a safe enjoyable environment for all ages. In 2014 we moved to an old industrial warehouse on Faverdale Industrial Estate, Darlington, and with help of a grant from Sport England and support from many parents and volunteers we…
01325 241339
Table tennis for everyone Ideal for beginners All ages and abilities welcome
01325 362395 or 01325 300942
Darlington Dolls cheer squad is the only company that offers the children cheerleading based session that can be just for the fun element or at competition level. If the children are not ready or never want to take part in competitive environment, I would not…
07775 432934
Blackwell Rangers FC is a Junior Football Club based at Hummersknott School that has been formed so that children from all walks of life and various levels of ability get together, make friends and enjoy learning and playing the game of football in a competitive…
07975 729255
Martial Arts Training  Iaido This is a study and practice of using the Japanese longsword (katana). Practice is usually done in single person kata (set prescribed routines) but there are two-person sets using wooden swords. This is a study and practice of using the standard…
07887 756488
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A club for visually impaired people in Darlington, offering opportunities to increase confidence and independence following sight loss through social and leisure activities.

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