With the support of The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Redhills is undergoing an extensive programme of restoration and renewal as a vibrant centre of culture, heritage and education.

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The past we inherit; the future we build.

The Past We Inherit

For more than a century, Redhills has been the home of the Durham Miners’ Association (DMA), playing a central role in the lives of the people of the Durham Coalfield. 

The Future We Build

Today, the DMA wants Redhills to serve future generations as a vital centre of education, heritage, and culture.

The Redhills Appeal

The Redhills Appeal is the DMA campaign to renew its historic home and return it to the people. Read the campaign brochure here.

‘Eleanor Rigby for the Durham coalfield’

‘Eleanor Rigby for the Durham coalfield’

***UPDATE - 28/06/2021*** – Durham County Council has taken the decision to postpone the Brass Festival until 2022. Read more here.   North East band Field Music have joined forces with the Durham Miners Association (DMA) for a new musical project exploring the...

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The renewal of Redhills is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Take your seat in The Pitman's Parliament

A one-off sponsorship scheme where individuals, groups, families and lodges can sponsor a seat.

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The Pitman’s Parliament is one of Historic England’s Top Ten places in the nation’s history of Power, Protest and Progress

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