Colour your Life delivers an outreach service in addition to the courses running out of the 4 hubs. This includes regular courses held at the venues listed below as well as courses ran out of a range of community venues across County Durham. The outreach team offer open sessions as well as being able to support existing groups that would benefit from the service. If you have a group that would be interested in this option please contact us on the appropriate contact details for your area at the bottom of this page.

Waddington Street Centre aims to help people experiencing severe and enduring mental health difficulties live fulfilling lives in the community by offering opportunities for personal development, social interaction, and by supporting recovery. They are also committed to countering stigma and discrimination.

Aspire House aims to provide an extensive range of learning opportunities for communities across the North East; to provide mechanisms to support and enable communities to have access and to achieve; to support local families and to provide opportunities for the involvement of volunteers. Aspire is a community interest company that has been providing the services previously delivered by the Bridge Project since September 2012. Aspire provides Learning Programmes, support services, health and wellbeing Services and volunteering opportunities.

The St Cuthbert’s Centre is a collective of professional artists who use a wide range of art form practices in education, community and health settings as a means of building community capacity and cohesion, increasing aspiration and tackling the stigma that often prevents full participation in community life.

Outreach in North Durham

Leisureworks: T: 01207 218019  E: colouryourlife@leisureworks.net

Outreach in Durham Dales, Easington & Sedgefield 

Jack Drum Arts: T: 01388 765002 E: colouryourlife@jackdrum.co.uk