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Sedgefield Harriers group runs in Hamminkeln Anniversary event.

On August bank holiday weekend, a group consisting of Chris, Angus & Tom Hearmon, Mark & Beth Raine, Pete & Grace King, Chris, Catherine, Ciaran, Charlie & Samuel Lines, Gary & Amanda Hetherington, Jonathan, Susan, Kate & Laura Wallace, Lesley & Nick Dexter, Phil Houghton and Alda Hummelinck - along with friends and family - travelled to our twin town, Hamminkeln.


Were you one of the 859 people to get a flu vaccination at the September ‘walk in’ flu clinic? If so, a big thank you from everyone at the Skerne Medical Group, as you have done your bit to keep yourself and our community healthy.

October Events At A Glance

Mon 1st: Methodist Wives & Friends: Methodist Church Hall at 7.30pm. Dorothy Emmerson Shepherdess.
Local History Society: Ceddesfeld Hall. 7.45pm. “Cromwellian Durham”. A talk by Gordon Morris.
Wed 3rd: Sedgefield WI: Floral Art Demo by Beverley of Wright’s Stems. Harvest Bring& Buy. Soup and bap. Members’ Comps. Flower from your garden (unarranged). A handcrafted Christmas Tree angel no higher than our programme.
Local History Society and The Village Veterans: World War 1 commemoration of WH Todd of the east Yorkshire Regiment. 10.45am at The War Memorial.
Fri 5th: Veterans’ Coffee Morning: Parish Hall 10am to noon.
U3A: 2pm in the Parish Hall. A talk by Squadron Leader Phil Stewart on '100 Squadron RAF’. Members free, Visitors welcome, £3 at the door.
Sat 6th: Drop in Surgeries: Cllr John Robinson. 9 – 9.45am Bradbury & 12 pm Mordon Village Hall; 10 – Sedgefield Library; 11.15 –Fishburn Community Centre.11am Sedgefield Library: 10am-12noon Children’s workshop with Illustrator Sara Gibbeson for children aged 7-12, cost £1 (spaces limited please book).
Sun 7th: Sedgefield Farmers’ Market: On the village green from 8.30am.
New Generation Church: Services take place on each Sunday this month in Sedgefield Parish Hall @10.30am.
Tue 9th: Neighbourhood Watch: AGM followed by Ordinary Panel meeting. 7.00pm in the Fletcher Room of the Parish Hall. ALL Welcome.
Ladies Club: ‘Trip down Weardale (From Source to Sea)’ by George Nairn. Ceddesfeld Hall, 8pm.
Wed 10th: Sedgefield WI: Our Centenary Service. 1:45pm at St Edmund’s.
Fri 12th: Sedgefield Country Market & Homecare Clothing: Parish Hall. 10 to 11.30am.
Cricket Club Quiz: 8.30pm start. Entry fee £1 per person.
Sedgefield Library: Poet Julia Darling, performance & workshop. £1. From 2pm.
Mon 15th: Methodist Wives and Friends: Methodist Church Hall @ 7.30pm. Jewellery Party – Marion Greenwell.
Sedgefield Family History Group: The Methodist Church Hall, Sedgefield @ 7.15pm. A talk by David Scrimgeour. "Early Asylum Life".
Tue 16th: Sedgefield, Ferryhill & District Flower Club: 7.30pm @ Sedgefield Parish Hall. Demonstrator, Don Billington. “Something Special”. Non Members- £5.
Wed 17th: Willowdene Carehome: Afternoon Tea & Show - Befriending Event at Willowdene Care Home from 2pm -4pm. Featuring live music from singer Brian Wilson. Free entry. All Welcome. For info call Angela on 01740 771310.
Fri 19th: St Edmund’s Church Coffee Morning: Parish Hall. 10am to noon. The Main Hall.
Tue 23rd: Local History Society and The Village Veterans: World War 1 commemoration of A Coates of the East Yorkshire Regiment. 10.45am at The War Memorial.
Ladies Club: ‘My Life of Craft’ by Edna Oswald. Ceddesfeld Hall, 8pm.
Mordon and District Ladies Circle: 7.30 @ Mordon & Bradbury Village Hall. “Cornerstone” a talk on the charity for the homeless. Enquiries - 01388 720502.
Fri 26th: Sedgefield In Bloom Coffee Morning: 10am to 11.30am in The Parish Hall. Refreshments, cakes, books, raffle and tombola.
Mayor’s Quiz: 7.30 pm – 10.30 pm. Ceddesfeld Hall, Sedgefield.
Sat 27th: Halloween Charity Dance in the Parish Hall: Rock n Roll & Country live music by Jim Clark & Tumbledown. 7pm - late, £10 inc Pie & Pea supper. Fancy Dress essential! Call Angela, 01740 621287 Proceeds to local hospitals supporting Prostrate Cancer and Stroke Services. Supported by DIDO, a project of SDT

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