How to magnify web pages?

All modern browsers support scaling of screen resolution to allow users to enlarge the content of the webpage being viewed to be zoomed up and down to suit their needs.


Zoom in

To zoom into the webpage making all the content larger hold Ctrl (Control key) and press the (plus) + key.

Zoom out

To zoom out of the webpage making all the content smaller hold Ctrl (Control key) and press the (minus) - key.

Reset scale

To return the page to it′s standard magnification hold Ctrl (Control key) and press the (zero) 0 key.

Apple Mac

The same proceedures are used on Apple Macs but Ctrl is replaced by the Command key.


  • A collective voice

    A collective voice

    It may have escaped your notice, but all of us in the North East recently were invited to elect a new regional Mayor of the North East Combined Authority.  I don’t know who your preferred candidate may have been, but for me, more important than the colour of the rosette of the elected individual was […]

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  • Bowled over

    Bowled over

    DAMHA resident George Alderson is bowled over with success after being part of a cup winning team. George and three fellow members of Durham Indoor Bowls Club, emerged triumphant from the prestigious competition held recently at Potters Resort, Norfolk. Following three days of league and then knockout rounds, the fantastic four fought off competition from […]

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  • Latest film

    Latest film

    A chance encounter in a miners’ welfare club resulted in DAMHA resident Steve Fergus being given a role in the latest film from Director Ken Loach. Steve is one of the Trustees of the Easington Social Welfare Centre and in 2022 he received a call asking if the centre could be used for auditions of […]

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  • A very caring man

    A very caring man

    “He is a very caring man who helps everyone in our community.” That’s what John Wilson’s neighbours think about him and why he has won a housing association’s annual good neighbour of the year award. Mr Wilson was the overwhelming choice of the judges who voted in the Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association (DAMHA) 2023 […]

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  • It's beginning

    It’s beginning…

    “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…” Michael Bublé’s crooning started ringing in my ears and with the first snow of the winter falling outside recently, I really started to believe it was true!  When I was then presented with my share of this year’s DAMHA Christmas cards to sign, I realised that there […]

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  • the past we inherit

    The past we inherit

    The past we inherit, the future we build – an ethos that drives the ambitious regeneration of Durham’s iconic Redhills building and one which also encompasses the beliefs of Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association. So, it’s entirely fitting that Nick Malyan, the man leading the transformation of Redhills, has also become the latest recruit to […]

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  • An ideal candidate

    An ideal candidate

    With a personal history rooted in mining communities and living in one of our bungalows, Pauline Boll is an ideal candidate to represent residents on the board of Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association. Pauline, 69, was appointed in September and is helping to shape the role. “I will bring a different perspective to the board […]

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