February 2020 Diary
Sedgefield Farmers’ Market 8.30am -12.30pm
Peace, wellbeing and mindfulness
Reflective, meditative Tiazé-style ecumenical service, St. John Fisher Church, 6pm. Everyone welcome.
Sedgefield Local History Society, Ceddesfeld Hall, 7.45pm. True Heroes of the Sea by David Hastings. Contact Suzanne Hoper 01429 888250.
Sedgefield Methodist Wives & Friends. Dorothy’s Well Update with
Jim O’Connor. Contact Margaret Dickerson 01740 621093 or Jennifer Mason 01740 620296.
Sedgefield Tea Dance, Sedgefield Parish Hall 1-3pm, £2.50 including refreshments. Joyce 01740 622601 or Ann 01740 629070 for details.
Sedgefield Women’s Institute, Sedgefield Parish Hall, 7.15pm. “Ceddesfeld Ukulele Band”, competition - a lady’s handkerchief.
Sedgefield Neighbourhood Watch Meeting, Sedgefield Social Club (Upstairs Room) from 7pm.
Veterans Coffee morning, Sedgefield Parish Hall, 10am-12pm.
Sedgefield & District U3A 2pm at the Parish Hall. Jean Harrod on ‘Deadly Diplomacy'. Guest Welcome £3 at the door. 01740 629574
Quiz night, Sedgefield Cricket Club at 8.30pm.
Sedgefield Twinning Association AGM, Ceddesfeld Hall, starts at 6.30pm and followed at 7.30pm by a buffet meal (bar open). Free to anyone interested in the association but please contact Judith Edgoose on 07899 984464, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ladies Club, Ceddesfeld Hall, Cornerstone Support Housing
Sedgefield Show Committee Meeting, Sedgefield Social Club at 8pm. All meetings are open to everyone who would like to get involved.
Country Market, Sedgefield Parish Hall, 10-11.30am. Cakes, crafts, plants, refreshments, everyone welcome.
Sedgefield Family History Group, Methodist Church Hall at 7.15pm. "Stories & Quirks of family history research in a military museum" with Steve Erskine.
Sedgefield Methodist Wives & Friends. Paton Baldwins, Chris Lloyd.
Ferryhill, Sedgefield & District Flower Club, Sedgefield Parish Hall, 2pm. Nicola Davies Murray. Members free, £5 non-members.
Sedgefield Tea Dance, details as Tue 4th.
Sedgefield Memory Café, Sedgefield Fire Station, 10.30-12pm. For dementia clients and their carers only.
Sedgefield in Bloom Coffee Morning, Sedgefield Parish Hall,
10-11.30pm. Refreshments, home made cakes and scones, book stall, tombola, and raffle.
Live Music Night at Sedgefield Cricket Club, 7.30pm. Main guest is Stony with the John Wrightson Band and support. Admission £11, 01740 621347 for more details.
Mordon & District Ladies Circle, Mordon Village Hall, 7.30pm. Talk on memory care.
Ladies Club, Ceddesfeld Hall, Erland Randall - Life in the Sand Pit.
On Sunday 2nd February at 6pm a reflective, meditative, Taizé-style ecumenical service will be held at St. John Fisher Church in Sedgefield. Organized by Sedgefield Area Churches Together.
Who Built the Ark?
Sunday 9th Feb 11am–12.30pm in St Edmunds Church.
Join Noah in his Ark, dressed as an animal if you wish. Story, mask making, craft & music. Children to be accompanied by an adult.
Mayor’s Civic Ball
Friday 6th March 2020 at Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield
Drinks Reception: 7pm. 3 course meal 7.30pm.
Entertainment by International Singing Star Peter Grant, accompanied by Ivory Dan McCormack, supported by Watermelon Dance & Zumba Fitsteps Group, The Mayor’s Charity Band - 60’s rock & roll dance music. Carriages at Midnight.
Tickets £35 from Sedgefield Town Council Offices - 01740 621273
Raising funds for Butterwick Hospice & the Alzheimer's Society