COUNCILLORS in Darlington will decide on Tuesday whether to provide funding for two pensioners' clubs.

The Firthmoor Over 60s Club has applied for £200 towards summer outings for its 51 members. The Wesley Court Community Centre, in Darlington, which is part of a sheltered housing scheme, has applied for the same amount to take its 33 members on coach trips.

DAREDEVILS WANTED: A parachute jump in aid of Harewood House, a resource centre for disabled children in Darlington, is taking place next month. Anyone interested in sponsoring the jump is asked to call Jackie Britton on 07752 955601 or (01325) 256011.

CARS COLLIDE: Firefighters were called to an accident involving two cars, in Lingfield Way, Darlington, yesterday morning. One man was taken to Darlington Memorial Hospital.

AMIMAL TREATMENTS: The Yorkshire Terrier Rescue and Rehoming charity is holding an alternative therapy day for animals on Saturday, May 10. The event at Hurworth Community Centre will include a three- course lunch. For more details, contact (01325) 465191.

ORDER BREACHED: Martin Thomas Learoyd, 26, of Edgemoor Road, Darlington, admitted breaching a community punishment order when he appeared at South Durham Magistrates' Court yesterday. He was sentenced to another 180 hours of community punishment.

ANNUAL MEETING: St Andrew's Church, in Sadberge, near Darlington, will hold its annual meeting in the village hall on Monday, April 28, at 7.30pm.

FUNDING WANTED: Darlington Festival for Performing Arts has asked Darlington Borough Council to contribute £500 towards the staging of this year's festival for young musicians, which took place last month. A decision will be made next week.

JUMBLE SALE: There will be a jumble sale at Sadberge Village Hall, on Wednesday, at 6.30pm. Anyone wanting to donate items for sale is asked to leave them at the hall on the day, between 1.30pm and 2.30pm, or between 5.30pm and 6.30pm.

CHARITY CONCERT: A concert to raise funds for Breast Cancer Care is being held at Haughton-le-Skerne Working Men's Club on Monday, May 19. Two bands will provide entertainment. Tickets cost £3, and can be obtained from the club, or call (01325) 264273.

TREASURE HUNT: Butter-wick Hospice will hold an Easter treasure hunt at Whitworth Hall Country Park, near Spennymoor, on April 14, from 2.30pm to 4.30pm. Tickets for children are £5, and £1 for accompanying adults. To book, call (01388) 603003.