Our practice premises have suitable access and toilet facilities for disabled patients.

The Boundary Commission have launched a consultation on changes to electoral boundaries. They need … read more...

Fancy quilting? Why not come to our s of help group. We meet every first and third Thursday in the month between 1pm and 3pm.

With the aid of our funders we have been able to install a brand new kitchen. We have put in a range of kitchen units and a brand new cooker….

We have added a new page to our website to provide links to advice in the case of emergency and a … read more...

The doctors at Coxhoe Medical Practice work as full-time principals in partnership, along with the other members of the Primary Health Care Team. Some team members are directly employed by the practice and provide both general and specialist services in the surgery. Some specialist services are provided, in the surgery, by other health care professionals who are not directly employed by the practice.

Please help Coxhoe Village Hall continue to achieve a greener, brighter future for the Village … read more...

This year’s Annual Concert of Remembrance will take place on 11th November at 7.30pm. Music is to be provided by the GT Group Band Peterlee. Tickets are priced at £4…

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The much awaited and third Chili Gumbo Soul Club is to take place at the Village Hall on Saturday 29th October. The event will take place between 7pm till late…

The post office branch in Quarrington Hill is due to close following the resignation of the … read more...

We will try our best to provide you with the highest possible standard of health care. Please share responsibility with us for your own health and well being and please co-operate with us in taking advice regarding any treatment recommended or prescribed.

Coxhoe Hall was a five-bay, 2 1⁄2-story house of c. 1725, built for John Burdon, on the site of a Tudor house. This plain, classical residence was later given a Gothic trim, with battlements and pointed windows. Poet Elizabeth Barrett-Browning spent her early childhood there.

We have a great afternoon night of rhythm and blues music coming to the Village Hall on October 8th. The Boogie Till Midnight event features The Revolutionaires, No time to…

Fancy quilting? Why not come to our s of help group. We meet every first and third Thursday in the month between 1pm and 3pm.

We have worked with the local community group, Coxhoe Community Partnership, to develop the park. The community partnership has provided support by fundraising, obtaining grants and support from local businesses, but we largely maintain the park.

Coxhoe village lies five miles south of Durham City on the crossroads of the A177 and B6291 near to Junction 61 of the A1M motorway.

Welcome to the Coxhoe and Quarrington Hill Community Website. It is packed with new and up to date information about the Parish Council and the communities of Coxhoe and Quarrington Hill. We feel that we are a very ambitious and aspirational council. By working in partnership with people who are … read more...

This year’s Annual Concert of Remembrance will take place on 11th November at 7.30pm. Music is to be provided by the GT Group Band Peterlee. Tic...

The earliest artefact to have been found in the area is a simple Bronze Age axe. There are few other remains from before the medieval period. The area only really developed in the medieval period. Another now deserted, village also grew up at Coxhoe East House, but this was probably deserted by the early 15th century.

Coxhoe had two railway stations, one at the south end and one at the north. There was a pottery at Coxhoe from 1769 producing coarse[clarification needed] brown pots, and from 1851 it also began to make clay tobacco pipes. Coxhoe also had its own gasworks, which produced gas from local coal; it was then sent around the village by a system of pipes. Most other coal was transported out of Coxhoe by the Clarence Railway.

There are also areas for informal play and organised events such as school holiday activities and village carnivals/fairs. The football field is regularly hired by local football teams.

The modern village of Coxhoe developed during the 18th and 19th centuries, spurred by coal mining, first recorded in 1750. Coxhoe Colliery was sunk in 1827; from 1801 to 1841 the population rose from 117 to 3904. Remains of other elements of the coal industry are still visible nearby. The buildings of Heugh Hall are now part of a farm, and the course of its wagon way is still visible as an earthwork.

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We are looking for new funds to help improve the Village Hall and are planning a fundraising concert at the Village Hall. This is due to take place on 27th…

The park is open at all times.  

It’s nearly three years since the first Village Hall Hop. The Village Hall hope is inviting you to come along to help us celebrate at out third anniversary dance. It…

Coxhoe Village Hall has been shortlisted for a national award at the Biffa Award Ceremony 2016. You may recall that the Village Hall received a £30k grant last year for their…

Samantha Lavery has done it again. On this week's show Samantha once again wowed the the judges as … read more...

We are a vibrant community leisure facility nestled in the grounds of Coxhoe Park, Durham with a great range of outdoor and indoor facilities to help you maintain an active lifestyle.

Coxhoe Park is a small urban park in the village of Coxhoe. The park is easily accessible with a good network of footpaths and seats to help enjoy the area.

Coxhoe is a village in County Durham, England.[2][3] Coxhoe is situated between Bowburn and Cornforth, a few miles south of Durham. The civil parish also includes nearby Quarrington Hill. The electoral ward of Coxhoe stretches beyond the boundaries of the parish and has a total population of 7,027.[4]

Please help us continue to achieve a greener, brighter future for the Village Hall We have submitted an entry into the M @ S Energy Fund. This is a competition…

We believe having an Active Life is not just about participating in sports and exercise.  At the Active Life Centre @Coxhoe you can enjoy positive social activities with friends and family and community activities with your neighbours.  You can play sports, join a club, watch your children play, host a family gathering, get fit in the gym, stretch your muscles out in one of our great classes, or just pop in for a cup of tea and a walk around the park.

Welcome to our website. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

We hope that you try to adopt healthy lifestyle habits and ask us for help and advice when necessary. Please co-operate with us by using our, and other NHS, services appropriately and letting us know if you cannot keep any appointments.

Coxhoe Village Hall Front Street East Coxhoe DH6 4DB

Coxhoe History Group are looking to put a musical tilt on history at their meeting on Thursday 13th October. The meeting sees the appearance of a fantastic folk group ‘Kiddar’s…