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The team provide the 'What's On' details in the diary with all the latest events from around the village.Read more
Read about the Trust projects, Crime Watch, PC Todd’s report and the Community Association. Plus, your letters.Read more
Arts and Entertainment updates by Tom Guest. Submit your event, reviews or videos.Read more
All the latest sports updates from all the clubs by Chris Lines.Read more
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Is your wedding dress taking up too much space? Are you a bride looking for the perfect dress with a perfect price tag? Oxfam Durham are asking members of the public to donate wedding dresses to their bridal boutiques. More...
“When gorse is in blossom, kissing’s in season” or “when furze is out of bloom, kissing’s out of fashion” is a traditional saying that once would have been known, one way or the other, throughout Britain and Ireland. Gorse, also known as furze is a large, evergreen shrub covered in needle-like leaves and distinctive, coconut-perfumed, yellow flowers. More...
A hardy band of supporters came together at the war memorial on a chilly January morning, when Sedgefield LHS and the Village Veterans commemorated James Weir Gibbin, great uncle to the late Betty Amlin and her brother James Weir Jemmeson, named in his memory.More...
Sedgefield Veterans’ Coffee Morning: Parish Hall, 10am to noon.
U3A: Parish Hall 2pm. “An Introduction to Japanese Art” by Rachel Barclay. Members free. Visitors welcome £3 at the door.
Sedgefield Methodist Church: 2pm. Women’s World Day of Prayer - Service prepared by the Christian Women of Surinam.
CANCELLED The Manor House: 6.30pm. An evening with Miranda Sykes; multi-talented and versatile singer, double bassist and guitarist.
Sat 3rd 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 4th CANCELLED Sedgefield Farmers’ Market: On the village green from 8.30am.
New Generation Church: Sedgefield Community College @ 10.30am.
Mon 5th Methodist Wives and Friends: Methodist Church Hall 7.30pm. “Uganda Orphanage” Talk by Christine Steppe.
Sedgefield Local History Society: Ceddesfeld Hall 7.45pm. “Mining Memories” by Gareth Wilkes.
Tue 6th Sedgefield Gardening Club: AGM. Ceddesfeld, 7.30pm. Pie and Peas Supper
Wed 7th Sedgefield WI: Parish Hall 7.15pm. “Patons & Baldwin’s” by Chris Lloyd of the Northern Echo. Fairtrade Fortnight Display. Member's Competition: A knitted toy.
Thu 8th Sedgefield Show Meeting: Sedgefield Social Club @ 8pm.
Sun 11th New Generation Church: Sedgefield Community College @ 10.30am.
Tue 13th Ladies’ Club: Ceddesfeld Hall, 8pm. Medieval Fayre Fundraiser
Fri 16th St Edmund’s Church Coffee Morning: Parish Hall. 10am-12pm in the Main Hall.
Sedgefield Blues Club: A night with Trevor Sewell + DC Blues. Doors open 7pm. Tickets £15. Visit www.sedgefieldblues.com for contact details and further info.
Live Music Night at Sedgefield Cricket Club. 7.30pm. Main guest Jester B. Also featuring Old Age Travellers, Nest and John Wrightson Band. Admission £11, inc
Sun 18th New Generation Church: Sedgefield Parish Hall @10.30am.
Mon 19th Sedgefield Family History Group: Ceddesfeld Hall @ 7.15pm. Speaker, Francis Wilson; “It Started with an Old Painting”.
Wives and Friends: Methodist Church Hall 7.30pm. Card Sale by Linda Nolan.
Tue 20th Sedgefield, Ferryhill & District Flower Club: 7.30pm @ Sedgefield Parish Hall. Demonstrator Ros Harrison. “Floral Rhapsody”. Members free. Non Members £5.
Thu 22nd Sedgefield Memory Café: 10.30 - 12. @ Sedgefield Fire Station.
Fri 23rd Sedgefield in Bloom Coffee Morning: 10am to 11.30am in The Parish Hall. Refreshments, stalls, raffle and tombola.
Sun 25th New Generation Church: Sedgefield Parish Hall @10.30am.
Tue 27th Ladies’ Club: Ceddesfeld Hall, 8pm. Auckland Castle / Kynren by Lee Brownson.
Mordon and District Ladies Circle: 7.30 @ Mordon & Bradbury Village Hall. “Jewels of Imperial China” by Lesley and Suzanne.
Thu 29th Sedgefield Local History Society and The Village Veterans: World War 1 commemoration – John Wellford DLI. 10.45am at The War Memorial.
Fri 30th Sedgefield WI Coffee Morning: Parish Hall (Fletcher Room), 10am till 11.30.
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