David Wriglesworth

David Wriglesworth

University of Lincoln graduate and self-confessed social media addict David Wriglesworth is the founder of What's on Darlington. In his spare time, you’ll find him avoiding the gym and tagging his friends in memes on Facebook.

Thousands of motorists take advantage of two hours free parking offer

Thousands of motorists have taken advantage of the new two hours free parking initiative in Darlington’s long-stay town centre car parks, it has been revealed.

Darlington Gay Pride

Darlington Gay Pride, the annual celebration of the LGBT community, returns on Monday, August 13th, 2018.

Mayor of Darlington officially opens Warwick Square play area

The Mayor of Darlington, Councillor Veronica Copeland, has cut the ribbon to officially open the Warwick Square play area.

Three quarters of Darlington residents are satisfied with their local area as place to live

More than three quarters of Darlington residents are satisfied with their local area as a place to live, according to a community survey carried out by Darlington Borough Council.

Council appoints organisation to tackle litter louts in Darlington

Darlington Borough Council has issued a "zero tolerance" warning in a bid to tackle litter louts with the appointment of a private sector organisation.

Nearly 200 drivers charged as part of drink/drug crackdown

Nearly 200 drivers have been charged with drink and drug driving offences, as part of Durham Constabulary’s latest crackdown.

Stephen Harker confirmed as new leader of Darlington Borough Council

Councillor Stephen Harker has been confirmed as the new leader of Darlington Borough Council.

Roadworks in Darlington expected to cause traffic delays

Motorists in Darlington will face traffic delays starting from next week as roadworks are set to begin on four sites in the town.

Cirque Berserk! Review

To mark the 250th anniversary of the world’s very first circus, “Cirque Berserk!” has embarked on a UK tour, which flipped and tumbled its way into Darlington Hippodrome on Tuesday, July 17th, 2018.

High Court judge rules in favour of council over library move

A High Court has ruled in favour of Darlington Borough Council following a judicial review of the decision to move the centre library service from Crown Street to the Dolphin Centre.

Durham Constabulary thanks football fans after England’s World Cup heartbreak passes ‘without trouble’

Durham Constabulary has thanked football fans after England’s World Cup heartbreak passed “without trouble”.