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
Leavers’ ceremonies took place at Sedgefield Hardwick & Sedgefield Primary Schools in July this year. The much-valued award of Citizen of the Year has been presented to a most deserving young person at each school before the whole school at each of these ceremonies since 2002.
Following the Government’s commit-ment to provide access to a minimum of 2 megabits per second (Mbps) download speeds, a broadband subsidy scheme was launched to help eligible residents. Part of the eligibility criteria is that you’re unable to access download speeds of 2 Mbps or more, and are not in any fibre current fibre broadband rollout plans.
Age UK County Durham would like to talk to people in our area who are aged 50 or older, to find out how you shop, cook and eat.
is open to anyone in business in Sedgefield or the local area, or anyone living in Sedgefield with business interests further afield.
The latest fashion trends are brought to you by Image Consultant, Elena Degnan of Jayne Fashions. Let’s start with the Autumn 2017 trends, and it’s time to get excited about all the cosy knits and snuggly coats for autumn/winter.
The ever popular flu vaccination drop in clinics return again this year and we would like to invite our patients to attend these clinics on the following days;
Saturday 23rd September between 9am & 11:30am at Harbinson House, Sedgefield and Beveridge House, Fishburn
Saturday 30th September between 9am & 11:30am at Harbinson House, Sedgefield and Carroll House, Trimdon Colliery
As most people may now be aware, the appeal by developers to build 100 homes on the old General Hospital site between Sedgefield and Fishburn has been approved. This development is on brown field land and some of the S106 monies will go towards the reinstating of street lights which have been removed by DCC.
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1st-3rd: Folk Festival. For information and tickets phone 01740 621347.
Fri 1st: Sedgefield & District U3A. Ceddesfeld Hall, 2pm. "HMS Trincomalee" with Clare Hunt. Members free. Guests welcome, £3 at the door.
Sat 2nd: Drop in Surgeries. Cllr John Robinson. 9 – 9.45am Bradbury & Mordon Village Hall; 10 - 11am Sedgefield Library; 11.15-12 noon Fishburn
Sun 3rd: New Generation Church. 10.30am @ Sedgefield Parish Hall Sedgefield Farmers’ Market on the Village Green from 8.30 am.
Tue 5th: Sedgefield Gardening Club. Ceddesfeld Hall @7.30pm. ‘Carnations’ by Kevin Mastajlio.
Wed 6th: Sedgefield WI. Parish Hall 7.15pm. Crafter’s Companion Demonstration. Harvest Bring and Buy. Members' Competition - A handmade greetings card. Visitors are always welcome
Thu 7th: Sew Easy. Parish Hall Boardroom 7pm - 9pm. Call 622447 for information.
Fri 8th: Sedgefield Country Market. Parish Hall 10am to 11.30am. Home baked produce, Crafts, Jams, Cards, Plants, Refreshments. For information call 629441.
Mon 11th: Sedgefield Drama Festival begins.
Tue 12th: Sedgefield Business Breakfast. 8 am, The Fletcher Room, Sedgefield Parish Hall. Guest speaker Callum Baker of the Business Energy Efficiency Programme.
Sat 16th: Sedgefield Fire Station. Car Wash and Open day. 10am - 4pm.
Sun 17th: New Generation Church. 10.30am @ Sedgefield Community College.
Mon 18th: Sedgefield Family History Group. Ceddesfeld Hall, 7.15pm. Speaker Lyn Lamport – “An 18th Century Audience”.
Tue 19th: Sedgefield, Ferryhill & District Flower Club. Parish Hall, 7.30pm. Members free; Non Members £5.
Thu 21st: Sew Easy. Parish Hall Boardroom 7pm - 9pm. Call 622447
Fri 22nd: Sedgefield WI Coffee Morning. Parish Hall (Fletcher Room) from 10 - 11.30am
22nd - 24th: Sedgefield Cricket Club Beer Festival.
Sun 24th: New Generation Church. 10.30am @ Sedgefield Parish Hall
Tue 26th: Mordon and Bradbury District Ladies’ Circle 7.30pm @Mordon Village Hall. First meeting of 2017/18 calendar. ‘Harvest Home’ & ‘Bring and Buy’ stall. For information contact 01388 720 502 or 01740 621000.
Tue 26th: SDT Discovery Event: Informal evening in the Parish Hall at 7.45pm. Refreshments.
Fri 29th: Macmillan Charity Coffee Morning. Willowdene Care Home. 10am-12noon. Macmillan ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’, featuring a selection of cakes and refreshments with all donations going to Macmillan Cancer Support. For further information contact Angela on 01740 771310.
For more details about the events, regular meetings or one off's please go to the events page.Read more
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With the help of a grant brokered by SDT we will have more hives and colonies in 2017.