Cherry Tree Farm in Darlington offers a riding academy, which has been established to offer the whole equestrian experience in a safe and friendly environment.
Chequers Inn is a traditional village pub offering real ales and quality home-made gourmet food.
From 1849, Tees Cottage Pumping Station revolutionised water supply in Darlington and Teesside by offering cleaner, piped water to inhabitants who had previously relied on wells and rainwater tubs.
Operated by the Darlington Operatic Society, Centre Stage offers two rooms suitable for meetings, training facilities, small conferences, fitness classes and dance classes.
Carmel College is a Catholic academy in Darlington.
Cafe On The Green is a cafe in Darlington ran by Alex and Samantha Blackham (who also own The Diner in Darlington’s Victorian Market).
Situated on the 30-hectare Central Park Tees Valley Enterprise Zone, Business Central Darlington is a 60 office state of the art building with easy access to major road networks in the North East and Darlington Railway Station.
Buck Inn is an intimate village pub & grill in Sadberge, Darlington.
Broken Scar is a water treatment works and picnic/play area alongside the River Tees.
Brinkburn Pond Nature Reserve is a small, local nature reserve in the Brinkburn area.
Brafferton Village Hall provides the community with space to enjoy social and recreational activities in a quiet setting.
Bowen Road Community Hall is ran by a local community group and is available to hire.