Shildon Town Council has service responsibility for the following:
The Civic Hall consists of a bar/lounge, restaurant and main hall. The bar/lounge and restaurant are open every evening and Sunday lunchtime for the provision of freshly cooked meals at competitive prices. The main hall is available for hire for formal functions such as wedding receptions, parties, Christenings, music events and community use.
To make enquiries or a booking please contact the Civic Hall between 9.00am-Noon daily or after 6.00pm evenings on Tel: 01388 772902
Parks & Open Spaces
Full grounds maintenance service on all parks and open spaces owned by the Town Council.
Full grounds maintenance service, provision of 3 Children & Young Peoples play areas - Under 5's Play Area, Childrens Natural Play Area & Young Peoples Play area & Skate Park, bowling green, 2 tennis courts, football pitch, Orienteering Course, Rest House community building and CCTV.
West Road Cemetery and maintenance of St. Johns and All Saints closed churchyards.
Provision of 11 allotment sites throughout the town including 3 community gardens.
The operation and maintenance of 2 public toilets located in Hackworth Park and Cheapside.
Provision of 25 bus shelters.
Christmas Illuminations including Town Square Christmas Tree and supporting volunteers with the Christmas Eve Santa's Visit to Shildon
Grant Aid Scheme - Applications Forms are available from the Town Council Offices or you can download a form - click here
Community Events - Including Fun4All events, Christmas Procession, Christmas Tree Switch-On & Christmas Entertainment at the Civic Hall, Horticultural Show, Civic Events including the Civic Unity Carol Service, SCYPAN Children & Young Peoples Awards Night, Children & Young Peoples Art Exhibition and Mayoral Events
Partnership Working - Some of the local partners we collaborate with: SCYPAN-Shildon Children & Young Peoples Action Network, Shildon Ignite, Shildon Alive - A St. John's Church Project, Jubilee Fields Community Association, Livin, BASH AAP, Health Express, parklife, local schools including Sunnydale Campus of Greenfield Community College, Timothy Hackworth Primary School, St Johns C of E Primary School & Thornhill Primary School.
Dog Bag Scheme
Shildon Town Council currently has available FREE Dog Bags to local residents - The Town Council want to promote responsible dog ownership with the aim of keeping the town's park, green spaces and wider areas clear of these unsightly and unwanted deposits.
Durham County Coluncil's Neighbourhood Wardens will investigate and take the necessary action against the person if a pavement or verge is badly fouled and can arrange for the mess to be cleaned up and/or arrange for an officer to patrol the area in an effort to catch the offenders.
It is an offence, under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, if you do not clean up your dog's waste.
You could be issued with a fixed penalty notice of £80. If taken to court, you could face a maximum fine of £1,000.
For more information regarding Dog Fouling and how to report please click here
For further details regarding any of the information provided, please contact us.