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Exam season is approaching, and, thanks to another volunteer coming forward and some shift in requirements, we have some capacity to help some more students with their homework, especially in a range of subjects up to GCSE level, and with biology up to A-level. We are also able to offer some guidance in preparing university applications and interviews.
If you'd like some help with understanding your homework or school notes, do get in touch with us at homeworkhelpsedgefield@gmail.com, or find us on Facebook. If we don't yet have anyone available in your subject area, we will do our best to find someone. The same means can also be used to contact us if you are able to offer help - we are always keen to welcome more volunteers, as we'd like to be able to help more students and never have to refuse anyone who is looking for a hand, at whatever level. We wish all the best to all students with their exam preparations!

April Events At A Glance

Sun 1st: Sedgefield Farmers’ Market: On the village green from 8.30am.
New Generation Church: These services take place on each Sunday of this month in Sedgefield Parish Hall @10.30am.
Mon 2nd: Sedgefield Local History Society: Ceddesfeld Hall 7.45pm. AGM
Tue 3rd: Sedgefield Gardening Club: Ceddesfeld Hall 7.30pm. 'Our Garden’ by Marjorie Goodchild. All welcome.
Wed 4th: Sedgefield WI: Parish Hall 7.15pm. Open Evening to publicise our WI and its centenary/Craft Displays. Members' Competition – A photo of the North East.
Craft Café: Sedgefield Methodist Hall, 2 - 4pm.
Fri 6th: Sedgefield Veterans’ Coffee Morning: Parish Hall, 10am to noon.
Sedgefield Library: Easter crafts activity session. 2 – 3 pm. Ask at the library for details of this and the “Decorate an Egg” competition (judged on April 14th).
U3A: 2pm in the Parish Hall. Prof Jim Edwardson: "Mindfulness: Aid to Wellbeing or Passing Fad?" Members free, Visitors welcome, £3 at the door.
Sat 7th: Drop in Surgeries: Cllr John Robinson. 9 – 9.45am Bradbury & Mordon Village Hall; 10 – 11am Sedgefield Library; 11.15 – 12 pm Fishburn Community Centre.
Mon 9th: Methodist Wives and Friends: Methodist Church Hall 7.30pm. Christine Steptoe speaking on her recent visit to Uganda working in an orphanage.
Tue 10th: Ladies’ Club: Ceddesfeld Hall, 8pm. “Blood Bikes”. A talk by Nigel Barlow.
Neighbourhood Watch Meeting: Parish Hall. 7.00 pm. The Fletcher Room.
Fri 13th: Sedgefield Country Market: Parish Hall 10am to 11.30am. Home baked produce, Crafts, Jams, Cards, Plants, Refreshments. For information call 629441.
Live Music Night at Sedgefield Cricket Club. 7.30pm. Locals’ Night; Folk Festival fund raiser with Broadband, Pipe Dream, John Wrightson Band, Trish McLean, Ann Lamb, Ray Thom & Trevor Bond. Admission £11, includes buffet. Tel 621347.
Sat 14th: Sedgefield in Bloom Dance: Dance to Mark Thomas. 7.30 pm Parish Hall. Tickets, £10 from the council offices. Pie and pea supper. Bring your own drinks.
Mon 16th: Sedgefield Family History Group: The Methodist Church Hall, Sedgefield @ 7.15pm. A talk by George & Jackie Baker. "Over the Hills and Far Away".
Wed 18th: Craft Café: Sedgefield Methodist Hall, 2 - 4pm.
Tue 17th: Sedgefield, Ferryhill & District Flower Club: 7.30pm @ Sedgefield Parish Hall. Demonstrator, Val Guest. “Natural Elegance” Members £5.50, Non Members £8
Thu 19th: Sedgefield Memory Café: 10.30 – 12pm @ Sedgefield Fire Station
Fri 20th: Macmillan Cancer Support: Coffee Morning @ The Parish Hall. 9.30 to 11.30am.
Sedgefield Blues Club: A night with Sean Webster + Stoney Broke. Doors 7pm. Tickets £15. Visit www.sedgefieldblues.com or the club’s Facebook page for contact details and further info.
Mon 23rd: Sedgefield Local History Society and The Village Veterans: World War 1 commemoration of George Roper 19th DLI. 10.45am at The War Memorial.
Methodist Wives and Friends: Methodist Church Hall 7.30pm. Talk by Dorothy Emmerson, shepherdess.
Tue 24th: Mordon and District Ladies Circle: 7.30 @ Mordon & Bradbury Village Hall. “Living with Looking Different” by Leo Gormley. Enquiries - 01388 720502.
Fri 27th: Sedgefield, Ferryhill & District Flower Club: Coffee Morning @ Sedgefield Parish Hall, 10 to 11.30am. All welcome.

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