Tel: 01833 641010 Fax: 01833 640872 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting Communities in the Durham Dales
UTASS works with and for the people of upper Teesdale and beyond, across the rural communities of County Durham to help prevent problems from getting to the desperate stage and assist in maintaining a safer, happier self sustaining community.
If your need is URGENT we are available 24 hours per day - 7days per week - 365 days per year by contacting Diane Spark on 07968 874968 or 01833 640320
Citizens Advice Bureau Teesdale
C.A.B. outreach session at UTASS will be held fortnightly.
on Mondays.Starting 6th January 2014
9am - 1pm
No appointment needed, just call in.
Helen Fothergill, a Carer Support worker will be based from our office every other week.
Please contact UTASS To make an appointment
Allan Wilkinson, Head of Agriculture at HSBC, has visited UTASS with his wife Michelle to meet staff and service users, to see first hand the benefits of the financial support HSBC have given to UTASS for new Computers. As HSBC are a supporter of the Prince's Countryside Fund, Allan also unveiled a plaque acknowledging the support they have given to UTASS.
UTASS is delighted that it has been a venue for the visit of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales on three occasions. We have been honoured with focussed upper dales agricultural visits in 2002, 2004 and 2012.
Over 1,600 family members makes UTASS the largest membership registered charity in Teesdale. Membership is open to ANYONE, although people living outside Teesdale will be designated associate membership status, in line with our governing document.
UTASS gratefully acknowledges the support and financial contributions from The R H Woods Charitable Trust, The Prince's Countryside Fund, The Hedley Foundation, The Raby Charitable Trust, Christ's Hospital in Sherburn, Durham County Council Education in the Community and local Councillors, GSC Grays Chartered Surveyors, BBC Children in Need, The ASDA Foundation,The Agnes Spencer Charitable Trust, The Sir James Knott Charitable Trust, The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation, The Barbour Foundation, The Sir Tom Cowie Charitable Trust, Teesdale Action Partnership, George F. White and Service Users