A nature hide at Low Barns Nature Reserve has had its interior decorated with artwork from a project organised by Durham Wildlife Trust and Daisy Arts. Lord lieutenant for Co Durham, Sue Snowden with some of the children who helped to create the artwork.
St Andrew's Church in Crook is holding a special flower festival to mark it's 150th anniversary. Dorothy White by the Sunday School display and an original stained-glass window from the early 1900s.
The Weardale Railway Trust (WRT) has purchased a new train which will increase their capacity to deal with passengers. At the Wolsingham depot with the train are one of the directors for the WRT, Tony Slack, commercial director for Weardale Railway Heritage Services Ltd, John Hill and financial director for the WRT, Peter Baker.
Two week old Hope the lamb from Co. Durham, shows off her five-and-a-half legs.
Children from Nursery Time visit residents at Willington Care Village and take part in activities together including making Christmas crackers. Three year old Aria Davison, Nursery Time manager Jacky McMahon and resident Mary Reilly.
A handler and his Highland cow at the Wolsingham Show.
A mountain board competition takes place at the Spectrum leisure centre in Willington.
St Stephen's CE Primary School in Willington holds an arts and crafts afternoon to celebrate Chinese New Year. Five year old James Kestle trys a chow mein dish.
Nine year old Ben Johnson launches Butterwick Hospice's Rainbow Dash at Hamsterley Forest.