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Tyne Tees television personality Pam Royle described this year’s Christmas Tree Festival in Sedgefield’s ancient St Edmund’s Church as ‘a stunning success’. She praised those who had produced the 47 ‘absolutely splendid’ displays and commented: “I thought the first festival two years ago was really wonderful but this year you have really excelled yourselves with some truly imaginative interpretations of A Carol for Christmas”.
A new Sedgefield Web is currently under review and redesign, watch this space for a January launch.
Fri 4th: Veterans Coffee Morning: Sedgefield Parish Hall, 10am to noon.
U3A: 2pm in the Parish Hall. Malcolm Bell "Smart Motorways - The Future". Members free, visitors welcome; £3 at the door.
Sat 5th: Drop in Surgeries: Cllr John Robinson. 9 – 9.45am Bradbury & 12 pm Mordon Village Hall; 10 – Sedgefield Library; 11.15 –Fishburn Community Centre. 11am
Sun 6th: Sedgefield Farmers’ Market: On the Village Green from 8.30am.
New Generation Church: Sedgefield Parish Hall @10.30am. Mon 7th: Sew Easy: Parish Hall Boardroom from 6.30 to 9.30pm.
Local History Society: Ceddesfeld Hall. 7.45pm. “A History of Joseph Spencer, Designer of Ceddesfeld hall Gardens.” By Martin Roberts
Methodist Wives and Friends: Methodist Church Hall @ 7.30pm. Carrier Bag Sale.
Tue 8th: Ladies Club: Ceddesfeld Hall, 8pm. A Quiz by Judith
Wed 9th: Sedgefield Neighbourhood Watch Meeting: 7pm in The Social Club (upstairs room) - open to all residents.
Sedgefield WI: 7.15pm at Sedgefield Parish Hall. "An Introduction to Chalk Painting" by Kim, of ‘From Loft to Loved’. Ginger wine and mince pies. Members’ Competition; A Foreign Holiday Souvenir.
Fri 11th: Cricket Club Quiz: 8.30pm start
Sat 12th: Mayor’s Charity Fundraising Dance: 7.15 to 11pm at Sedgefield Parish Hall. Dance to Rock & Roll and Country Music from Tumbledown. Tickets available from STC offices.
Sun 13th: New Generation Church: Sedgefield Parish Hall @10.30am.
Mon 14th: Sew Easy: Parish Hall Boardroom from 6.30 to 9.30pm.
Tue 15th: Ferryhill, Sedgefield and District Flower Club: AGM- 2pm in The Fletcher Room, Parish Hall, Sedgefield.
Willowdene Care Home: New Year Afternoon Tea. Befriending afternoon with complimentary refreshments and cakes. For more details contact Angela on 01740 771310.
Wed 16th: Sew Easy: Parish Hall Boardroom from 10.30am to 1.30pm.
Thu 17th: Memory Café: 10.30am to 12 noon @ Sedgefield Fire Station.
Fri 18th: Live Music Night at Sedgefield Cricket Club: 7.30 pm. Main guest: Jester B. Also featuring Robson Field and John Wrightson Band. Admission £10 (no buffet). Tel 621347
Sat 19th: Methodist Wives and Friends: Methodist Church Hall @ 7.30pm. Janet Titterton.
Sedgefield in Bloom Dance: Dance to music from Rootin Tootin from 7.30 pm at Sedgefield Parish Hall. Tickets (available from the council offices) are £10 and include a pie and peas supper. Bring your own drink.
Sun 20th: New Generation Church: Sedgefield Parish Hall @10.30am.
Mon 21st: Sew Easy: Parish Hall Boardroom from 6.30 to 9.30pm.
Tue 22nd: Ladies Club: An Evening Out. Details to be arranged. Bradbury and Mordon Ladies Circle: 7.30pm @ Mordon & Bradbury Village Hall. A talk on Handicrafts by Becky Sunter
Wed 23rd: Sew Easy: Parish Hall Boardroom from 10.30am to 1.30pm.
Fri 25th: Sedgefield Blues Club: A night with 24 Pesos + Midnite Blue. Doors 7pm. Tickets £15. Info @ www.sedgefieldblues.com & club’s Facebook page.
Sun 27th: New Generation Church: Sedgefield Parish Hall @10.30am.
Wed 30th: Sew Easy: Parish Hall Boardroom from 10.30am to 1.30pm.
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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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