Buildings across Durham are due to turn off their lights in support of the World Wildlife Fund's 'Earth Hour.'
The switch off will be happening today and tomorrow (Saturday 23 March) at various different buildings when non-essential lighting and unused electrical equipment will be turned off.
Earth Hour, officially between 8.30pm and 9.30pm on 23 March, aims to reduce energy use and raise awareness about the impact that energy usage may have on the environment.
Buildings taking part will include:
- Council buildings - held a day early at 3pm - 4pm on 22 March
- Durham University
- Schools - held a day early at 2pm - 3pm
- Durham Castle
To find out more about the Earth Hour, click here.