Sedgefield News


Sedgefield Development Trust

This website is a community enterprise, one of the projects of Sedgefield Development Trust Limited (SDT) and is the online version of the Sedgefield News.

Sedgefield News is distributed at the end of every month by a team of over 80 volunteers. This web site is updated on the 1st of each month inline with each monthly edition.

Produced by volunteers for the people of Sedgefield, Bradbury, Mordon and Fishburn


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January Edition
OPINION Not just any old place
Sedgefield, looking glorious in one of Paul Heasman’s lovely photographs: now imagine it held under a skysized net of tiny twinkling lights, like the best ever starry night.

What would it say to you? A pretty place to live in and go to work from 5 days a week? Your home - your safe haven? Or a special place held together by people who help us to connect? If it’s the first, I hope that if you stay long enough, you will begin to share that special sense of place felt by so many who live here.

It can take a while to feel you belong and it can creep up slowly, but when it does, you should discover a place that’s powered and enriched by all sorts of organisations which are able to operate solely on voluntary effort.
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Also in the Sedgefield News


News

Read all the articles published in latest edition of the Sedgefield News including Greener Sedgefield, Sedgefield news from the past and the Schools.


Community Life

Read about the latest community life stories, including, Neighbourhood Watch, Police report, SDT Projects, Ceddesfeld Hall, Nature Diary and your letters.


Sport

Chris Lines brings you a round up from the Harriers Athletics, Sedgefield Youth Football Teams, Squash, Rugby, Cricket, Bowls and more.


Event Diary

All the details you need to know about the monthly events in and around Sedgefield including, the local history society, U3A, Quiz nights, County market, Veterans, WI, Sedgefield in Bloom, Sedgefield Blues club and more.


Regular Events

A round up of the regular events from Sedgefield Library, The Hub, Social Club, Sew Easy, The Churches, Playgroups and more.


Trust Projects

A summary of the Development Trust projects including the Farmers Market, Energy Switch, Woodland & Wildlife plus Homework Help..

£178
AVERAGE SAVING.

Sedgefield still continue to have the highest switching rate in the country.

Energy Switch

Sedgefield Energy Switch is an initiative from Sedgefield Development Trust

Working together with iChoosr, we're trying to help Sedgefield residents save money on their domestic gas and electricity bills.

Key dates:

  Tuesday 30th November -Registration Opens
  Monday 14th February 2022 -Registration Closes
  Tuesday 15th February 2022-Day of Auction
  Monday 28th February 2022 -Offers letters issued
  Tuesday 29th March 2022 -Offer acceptance closure

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Register

Registering for the energy switch commits you to absolutely nothing. Once registration closes, there is a tendering process after which you will receive a personal offer. You then simply choose to accept or not, if you think it is worth it.



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Latest news about our community regeneration support

Sedgefield Development Trust Projects

SDT is a registered Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee and is owned and controlled by the community. All surplus income raised by all SDT projects must be used to benefit the communities of Sedgefield, Fishburn, Mordon and Bradbury.
SDT is a member of the Development Trusts Association. Company No 4312745. Charity No 1100906.

Sedgefield Farmers Market
Farmers Market

The market is held every first Sunday of the Month, on the village green, from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

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Sedgefield Farmers Market
Woodland & Wildlife

A community conservation project which relies on volunteers who donate their time to the upkeep and development of the woodland site near the NETPark.

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Sedgefield Homework Help
Homework Help

Homework Help volunteers help students and pupils with their homework, to gain understanding and confidence so that they can do more on their own.

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Other SDT Projects

Our trust members and volunteers have contributed immensely to our growth and community projects and with your support it will continue long in to the future.

Roger Clubley, Chairman, Sedgefield Development Trust.

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