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.

Household Enquiry Form sent to Darlington residents ahead of local elections

Darlington Borough Council is asking residents to look out for the Household Enquiry Form on their doormats and to respond as soon as possible.

Kevin Kennedy and Zoe Birkett join Rock of Ages cast

Kevin Kennedy and Zoe Birkett are set to top the bill in the forthcoming UK and Ireland tour of “Rock of Ages", which visits Darlington Hippodrome in October.

David Walliams Week

To mark the 10th anniversary of David Walliams' "The Boy in the Dress", Waterstones Darlington is holding a series of events to celebrate the bestselling children's author.

Challenge launched to turn £125 into as much as possible for charity

Latimer Hinks Solicitors is encouraging local businesses to turn £125 into as much money as possible, as part of a unique charity competition.

Ray Quinn to visit Darlington for a ‘Summer Holiday’

“Dancing on Ice” star Ray Quinn will fill the shoes of Don in the UK tour of “Summer Holiday”, which pulls into Darlington Hippodrome in September.

Savers reveals plans to move into former Argos site

Savers Health & Beauty has revealed plans to move into the former site of Argos on Skinnergate in Darlington.

Night, Mother Review

Madeleine Sutcliffe reviews Applause Theatre's abridged version of Marsha Norman's "Night, Mother", as part of the Darlington Arts Festival 2018.

Thoroughly Modern Millie tour cancelled due to ‘low ticket sales’

The UK tour of “Thoroughly Modern Millie” has been cancelled, one week before the show was due to arrive in Darlington.

Wildlife trust receives £2.6 million grant for River Skerne project

The Durham Wildlife Trust has been awarded a £2.6 million grant by the Heritage Lottery Fund for a new project designed to celebrate the rich history of the River Skerne.

New foundation formed to boost much-loved Darlington park

South Park, one of Darlington’s much-loved parks, is set to receive a boost following the formation of a new foundation.

Council proposes free two-hour parking to draw more shoppers to Darlington

In a bid to draw more people to Darlington town centre, car parks in Darlington could be free for two hours, if councillors vote in favour of a new proposal.

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