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In recent weeks Sedgefield has seen a dramatic rise in numbers of youths gathering in the village on Friday and Saturday nights. Police have previously used dispersal powers to move groups of youths from areas where their presence is alarming residents. Whilst there has been some instances of minor criminal damage, arranged fights and one instance whereby a 13 year old female was arrested in possession of a knife, the vast majority of youths are well behaved and are not committing offences. It is clear that numbers have increased as youths are travelling from towns and villages far and wide to meet friends in Sedgefield. Many are dropped off by parents who view Sedgefield as a safe place to gather. It is certainly true that Sedgefield is a safe and nice place to live and visit. In response to resident’s concerns regarding the large numbers of youths a multi-agency meeting was held at Sedgefield Parish Hall on Thursday 19th April 2018. The photograph above shows some of those who attended.
Sedgefield Gardening Club: 7.30pm in Sedgefield Parish Hall. “Sedgefield in Bloom.” Talk by Howard Smith. All welcome.
Wed 2nd Sedgefield WI: Parish Hall 7.15pm. AGM - Discussion of Resolution; Presentation of Competition Trophy; Talk by WIA. Bring & Buy spare plants, seeds & seedlings; Members' Competition, a brooch.
Fri 4th Sedgefield Veterans’ Coffee Morning: Parish Hall, 10am to noon.
U3A: 2pm in the Parish Hall. Pamela Petty: "An Entrepreneur's Daughter". Members free, Visitors welcome, £3 at the door.
Sat 5th Drop in Surgeries: Cllr John Robinson. 9 – 9.45am Bradbury & Mordon Village Hall; 10 – 11am Sedgefield Library; 11.15 – 12 pm Fishburn Community Centre.
Sun 6th Sedgefield Farmers’ Market: Locally produced food and this month, Maypole dancing for children - on the village green from 8.30am.
New Generation Church: Services take place on each Sunday this month in Sedgefield Parish Hall @10.30am.
Mon 7th Sedgefield Local History Society: Ceddesfeld Hall 7.45pm. “The Sanctuary Knocker”, a talk by Arthur Dodds. Further info: Suzanne Hopper 01429 882250.
Tue 8th Sedgefield Town Council Annual Town Meeting. 7pm @ the Parish Hall.
Ladies’ Club: Ceddesfeld Hall, 8pm. “Create a Stimulation of The Senses.” A talk by Dr Alan Pearson.
Thu 10th Sedgefield Show meeting: 8pm @ Sedgefield Social Club
Fri 11th Sedgefield Country Market: Parish Hall 10am to 11.30am. Home baked produce, Crafts, Jams, Cards, Plants, Refreshments. For information call 629441.
Mon 14th Methodist Wives and Friends: Methodist Church Hall 7.30pm. “Something to Inspire You” by Rosemary Hall.
Tue 15th Sedgefield, Ferryhill & District Flower Club: 7.30pm @ Sedgefield Parish Hall. Demonstrator-Janine Gray- “Simplyfication”. Members-£5.50, Non Members-£8.
Fri 18th Sedgefield Folk Festival Fund Raising Music Night: 7.30 @ Parish Hall. Main guest: Kieran Goss. Support: John Wrightson Band and John Weighell Tickets £12. Tel 621347. No bar - bring your own drinks
Sat 19th:Mediaeval Fayre
Mon 21st Sedgefield Family History Group: The Methodist Church Hall, Sedgefield @ 7.15pm. A talk by Ann Fell. "The Lord Giveth & The Lord Taketh Away: A story of 19th Century Emigration".
Tue 22nd Ladies’ Club: Ceddesfeld Hall, 8pm. “Paton & Baldwins”. A talk by Chris Lloyd
Fri 25th St Edmund’s Church Coffee Morning: Parish Hall. 10am-12pm in the Main Hall.
Sedgefield Blues Club: A night with Lavendore Rogue + Trevor Steger. Doors open 7pm. Tickets £15. Visit www.sedgefieldblues.com for contact details and further info.
Sat 26th Memory Cafe Open Day: 10am - 3 pm @ Sedgefield Fire Station. Classic cars, crafts, flower arrangements & plants, entertainment, raffle, cakes, refreshments. Everyone welcome.
Sun 27th Sedgefield Local History Society and The Village Veterans: 10.45am at The War Memorial. World War 1 commemoration of Edwin Banks of The Northumberland Fusiliers.
Sedgefield Methodist Church: 3.30 to 5pm. Children take your parents to ‘Messy Church’: an afternoon of crafts, stories, games and refreshments.
Tues 29th Inner Wheel Fashion Show: Parish Hall @ 7.15pm. Fashion by House of Fraser - Beauty Products by Estee Lauder. Proceeds to Alzheimer & Parkinson Societies. Tickets £7. Available from Ann Carr 01740 629070.
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