It's the Sedgefield News but online, including monthly updates from Steve’s Nature Diary. Note, all the latest Arts and Entertainment updates by Tom Guest have moved to their own page.Read more
All the latest events from around the village. The team provide the 'What's On' details in the Diary & don't forget our Social Media feeds, Facebook & Twitter. Keep them up to date and you can be featured here. Plus the regular meetings list.Read more
Read the latest updates on the Trust projects, Sedgefield Village Neighbourhood & Crime Watch, PC Todd’s report, Pub Watch, The Sedgefield Plan and the Community Association. Plus, all the hot topics in your letters.Read more
SVAG recently attended the Public Inquiry for the development of 100 houses on the former Sedgefield Hospital site. This appeal follows the refusal to grant planning permission by DCC Councillors at the initial hearing.
Sedgefield Agricultural Show is still growing in its 164th Year. The Sedgefield and District Agricultural Show on Saturday 12th August has already attracted a large amount of interest and support and the Show Committee anticipates a record number of entries and attendees in 2017.
Fifty years after the closure of the Deaf Hill Colliery, the men who lost their lives underground or died from the dust they inhaled during their days at the coalface, have been remembered in a special prayer of hope.
St Edmund’s church would very much like to use any unwanted pieces of old or broken gold and silver jewellery, to help in acquiring a much-needed new sound system.
Sedgefield Town Council is starting up a new youth club, to run on Monday evenings in the refurbished Fletcher Room in the Parish Hall. The first sessions will be held on Monday 3rd July, from 6:00-7:00pm for children from school years 3 to 6 and from 7:00-8:30pm for school years 7 to 11.
Sedgefield Day on June 10 saw the official opening at Ceddesfeld Hall of a major Sedgefield in Bloom project, the Stepping Through Time Garden. Volunteer Bloomers, with help from local contractors, artists and generous donors, have transformed a large overgrown area into a stunning woodland garden.
No, we’re not producing giant bees, but over the past two months we have grown from just 3 colonies to 9. This has been done by buying in two colonies, splitting existing colonies and retrieving swarms – twice so far!
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Drop in Surgeries, Cllr John Robinson. 9 - 9.45 am Bradbury & Mordon Village Hall; 10 - 11am Sedgefield Library; 11.15 - 12 Fishburn Community Centre
Sedgefield Lyric Singers & Lirica Summer Concert, “Music in the Air”. Parish Hall, 7.30pm. Tickets from Tickety Boo or members of the choir.
Sun 2nd Sedgefield Farmers’ Market. on the Village Green from 8.30 am
Mon 3rd Local History Society. Ceddesfeld Hall, 7.45pm: My Great Great Grandma by Margret Hedley
Tue 4th Sedgefield Energy Switch. Last day for ‘Offer Acceptance’.
Wed 5th Sedgefield WI. Parish Hall, 7.15pm. The Blood Bikes. Members' competition - any heart-shaped item. All welcome.
Thu 6th Sew Easy. Parish Hall Boardroom 7pm - 9pm. Call 622447 for information.
Fri 7th U3A Parish Hall, 2pm. AGM and Cream Tea. Members free. Guests welcome, £3 at the door. Further details from 01740 629276
Sedgefield Village Veterans Coffee Morning. Parish Hall 10am to Noon.
Sun 9th Sedgefield in Bloom Open Gardens Day. 1pm - 5pm. £4 (children free). Tickets and maps from the gazebo on the green.
Tue 11th Neighbourhood Watch Panel Meeting. The Fletcher Room, Parish Hall @ 8pm
Fri 14th Sedgefield Country Market. Parish Hall 10am to 11.30am. Home baked produce, Crafts, Jams, Cards, Plants, Refreshments. For info call 01740 629441.
Tue 18th Bright Water Walk. Hardwick Park to Bishop Middleham. Three mile walk. Meet at Hardwick Park Visitor Centre (Parking Charge in force) @ 10.30am. For further information visit www.discoverbrightwater.org
Sedgefield, Ferryhill & District Flower Club. Parish Hall, 7.30pm. Members free; Non Members £5
Thu 20th Sew Easy. Parish Hall Boardroom 7pm to 9pm. Gloria Wills 622447 for info.
Fri 21st & Sat 22nd SPYS. Sedgefield Young Players Present: “The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe” 7pm. Tickets from Tickety Boo, at www.sedgefieldplayers.co.uk or the ticket hotline: 07763257846.
Wed 26th Sedgefield Gardening Club. Members’ Outing to Martin Fish’s garden at Thirsk.
Thu 27th Sedgefield Show Meeting. Social Club, 8pm.
Sat 29th Willowdene Care Home, Lizard Lane. Summer Fair from 2pn to 4pm. Featuring Pony Rides, Various Stalls and Barbecue. Free Entry.
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With the help of a grant brokered by SDT we will have more hives and colonies in 2017.