ETHERLEY PARISH COUNCIL
The Queen's Jubilee - to see images of our Community events go to Queen's Jubilee
NEW YOGA class - Thursdays at 7.30pm - go to Toft Hill and Etherley Community Association/Activities for details
Walk Durham Events - Every Monday - go to Public Rights of Way for more details
A beautiful location to live, work and enjoy
Welcome to the website of Etherley Parish Council.
Etherlay Parish is located in the heart of County Durham, on the outskirts of Teesdale and on the borders of Wear Valley. The Parish is situated within beautiful countryside yet still benefiting from access to excellent local services.
The Parish stretches across a wide area which includes, Low Etherley, Phoenix Row, High Etherley, Toft Hill, Etherley Bank, Spring Gardens, Hummerbeck, Bildershaw, Royal Oak and parts of West Auckland.
Etherley Parish has a range of local services and facilities including:
an outstanding Primary School and child day care establishments
Nursing home for the elderly
two popular churches
a Community Centre
Cricket Club and Social club
public houses at Toft Hill, High Etherley and Spring Gardens
Cafe on the A68
garage on the outskirts of the Parish (Oakley Service Station)
The Parish also has the advantage of being located within easy driving distance of a major retail park providing many shopping outlets and places to eat out.
Our website provides useful information, advice and access to Parish Council documents. Some Links are provided below for quick access and additional links will be added in due course.
If you cannot find the information you are looking for or would like to comment or suggest an item you would like to see on the website, please contact us using the details below:
Parish Clerk: Mrs Alison Overfield
Tel: 01388 833293 or 07940402597
Today the population of Etherley Parish stands at 2431 inhabitants with all dwellings having piped water, bathrooms and inside toilets. Not so very along ago, fifty years infact, the picture was very different with a parish population of 1835 - over 40 dwellings without piped water, 365 dwellings using outside toilets and a staggering 405 dwellings with no bathroom.