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Roger, Chairman-Sedgefield Development Trust

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September News Headline Story - Dr Jones & Partners Flu Campaign 2014


The increasingly popular flu vaccination “drop in” clinics return this year and we would like to invite our patients to attend. They take place as follows:

Saturday 27th September between 9am & 11:30am at Harbinson House, Sedgefield and Carroll House, Trimdon Colliery

Saturday 11th October between 9am & 11:30am at Harbinson House, Sedgefield and Beveridge House, Fishburn


News Headlines

Interest in Sedgefield Energy Switch

The Friendly Games

Educational Awards from Sedgefield Charities

Innovative Workshops for Entrepreneurs & SMEs

Betty is an honoured guest

A great day at Show Number 161 - and number 162 is in the planning stages already!

Sweet taste of success for a first timer aged 74

Sunflowers bloom for local World War 1 heroes

‘Sedgefield - a small town with a village at its heart’

PCC backs call for new domestic violence law


Sports Headlines




Cyclo Cross

Rugby Union


Sedgefield Village Games

Sedgefield Harriers - Notice of Annual General Meeting



Community Life

Sedgefield Village Neighbourhood & Crime Watch Panel

From PC Keith Todd ...

Pub Watch

P.A.C.T. Meeting

Residents’ Forum Jottings


September Events

Monday 1st

Sedgefield Residents’ Forum Fletcher Room, Parish Hall at 7pm. All welcome.

Sedgefield Local History Society Ceddesfeld Hall, 7.45pm. Christine Ruskin on “The disappearing farms of Weardale.”

Tuesday 2nd

Free Tai Chi Taster Session Parish Hall Sedgefield, 10 - 11 am. A new term of classes for anyone wanting a gentler form of exercise. Tai Chi has a really positive effect on general fitness and well being, and improves strength, posture and stability.

Sedgefield Gardening Club 7.30pm in Ceddesfeld Hall. A talk on bulbs by Howard Smith. All welcome.

Wednesday 3rd

Sedgefield WI Parish Hall 7.15pm. History of Kilhope Lead Mine. Harvest Bring & Buy, Soup & a Bap. Members’ ompetition, a Mining item. Visitors are always welcome

Friday 5th

Sedgefield & District U3A 'Behind the Veil'. 2pm at Ceddesfeld Hall. Members free, guest £3 at the door. For further information call 01740 629574

Friday 5th - Sunday 7th

Sedgefield Folk Festival

Sunday 7th

Sedgefield Farmers’ Market from 8.30am on the Village Green. A Folk Festival Special! Shop to music from CeddesFolk & guest musicians. Good local food and more new stalls this month.

Monday 8th

Sedgefield Methodist Wives & Friends 7.30pm. Beetle & Birthday Cake. Contact is Margaret Dickerson, 621093.

Monday 8th - Saturday 13th

Sedgefield Drama Festival of One Act Plays 7.30pm in the parish hall

12 plays performed by groups from around the region. Tickets £6 Concessions £5 Season Ticket £25/£20

Tuesday 9th

Free Tai Chi Taster Session Parish Hall Sedgefield, 10 - 11 am

Wednesday 10th

Sing for Health returns on 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 1-2pm, Methodist Church Hall

Thursday 11th

Sedgefield Show meeting 8pm in the Nag’s Head. Everyone welcome.

Friday 12th

The Country Market Parish Hall, 10 - 11.30am. Home baking, Jam, Cards, Plants & Crafts. Refreshments are on sale so it’s a good place to catch up with friends!

Monday 15th

Meditation Group St Edmund’s Church. 7 - 7.30pm. All welcome.

Sedgefield Family History Group (a branch of Cleveland FHS) 7:45pm, Ceddesfeld Hall. Continuity and change in domestic household goods in the 17th & 18th Centuries by Louise Gidney. Visitors always welcome. For more information see or telephone 620367

Tuesday 16th

Ferryhill, Sedgefield & District Flower Club Parish Hall at 7.30 pm. Eileen Barrowclough, North East demonstrator; “ This is my world”

Friday 19th

Sedgefield Rock and Blues Club - Laurence Jones and Alex McKown, two young guitarist's, they will be big names in the future. Tickets in short supply, so buy early at

Monday 22nd

Fashion Show The Inner Wheel Club of Sedgefield. JAYNE Fashions & Clinique make-up. 7.15pm, Parish Hall, Tickets £6.50 inc. refreshments, from Ann Carr 629070, Jayne’s Shop, Front St. or Sedgefield Post Office. Proceeds to the Alzheimer's Society.

Sedgefield Methodist Wives & Friends 7.30pm. Margaret Foxall






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