By coming together, and working together, our community can influence how things can improve in the area.
Organisations throughout the area have come together to form Darndale Together, and this site, and the #darndaletogether social media platforms, will be the home of all that is happening in Darndale, Belcamp and Moatview.
The site also offers you the chance to have your say, talk about what is important to you and suggest what can change in the area.
The Darndale Together Community Representative Forum has been formed to influence improvements in the safety, health, happiness and wellbeing of each member of the Darndale community.
The forum meets regularly to influence a Darndale Together action plan which will be dedicated to the needs of the local people.
Your views are important, so please contact Darndale Together using the form below to help shape the future of the area.
Major local input in to new Darndale playground
There has been a warm local welcome for the new playground at Darndale Park, which has been delivered in consultation with the community. The playground provides a range of facilities which will encourage and support active play for children. Features
Top marks for Darndale in mid-term review of Placed-Based Leadership Development Programme
The work of a Darndale programme which aims to tackle complex economic and social problems by developing leaders within communities, has been praised by a Government minister who visited the area this week. Minister of State at the Department of
‘Darndale Together After Dark’ brings fright and fun to community
Darndale’s biggest and best ever Halloween family event brought fright, fun and colour to the area. ‘Darndale Together After Dark,’ presented by Darndale Together and supported by Creative Places Darndale, was held at the Darndale Belcamp Village Centre and was