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The Sedgefield Show 2015

A selection of images from this year’s show...

News, Arts & Features

It's the Sedgefield News but online, including monthly updates from Steve’s Nature Diary. Plus, all the latest Arts updates by Tom Guest.

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Sport

All the latest ramblings from Sports Editor Chris Lines plus updates from the Squash Club, The Harriers, local Football teams, Sedgefield Rugby plus others.

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Community Life

Sedgefield Village Neighbourhood & Crime Watch, PC Todd’s report, Pub Watch, The Sedgefield Plan. Plus, all the hot topics in your letters and the regular meetings list.

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What's On?

All the latest events from around the village. The team provide the 'What's On' details in the Diary & Liz Delderfield will provide all the Social Media feeds. Keep them up to date and you can be featured here.

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Farmers Market

All the latest updates from the market plus the featured community group. The market is held every first Sunday of the Month, on the village green, from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

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Energy Switch

Sedgefield Energy Switch is a new 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.

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Snippets from the September News

Golden Couple

Jackie and Ernie Postgate celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary recently, with a visit from the Mayor of Sedgefield, Gloria Wills. Congratulations and best wishes from Sedgefield News!.

News Snippets

The world out there... Story by Jake Graham... As I looked out of the window at 35,000 feet to see the Botswana Jungle, I realised that in the next half an hour I would land in Johannesburg, South Africa; a country notorious for so many things (both good and bad) and with an undeniable sense of unique identity and charisma.
Steve’s Nature Diary I am writing this whilst packing for my summer holidays, which means it’s difficult to think about the end of the summer and the beginning of autumn but it will be here before we know it.
We will remember… On July 23rd, youngsters, veterans and serving soldiers joined in a moving ceremony with Sedgefield Local History Society, in memory of Joseph Herbert Morrow, of the Northumberland Fusiliers, who lost his life in World War I.
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Sport Snippets

From Chris Lines So, as I hoped last month, the England cricket team did manage to put the crushing defeat at Lord’s behind them and record another win at Edgbaston.
Junior racket and ball skills Getting familiar with rackets and balls at an early age can greatly help children with coordination. It can also act as a great foundation if they wish to go on and play a range of sports, including tennis, squash and badminton (or even beach bat and ball!)
Athletics Sedgefield Harriers will hold the club’s AGM on Wednesday 30th September. The meeting will take place in the Oldham Room in Ceddesfeld Hall and will start at 8:30pm.
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Community Life Snippets

Skerne Medical Group Flu Campaign 2015 We would like to invite our patients to attend one of the popular flu vaccination drop-in clinics.
The Sedgefield Plan was submitted to DCC on August 11th for consultation and independent examination.
Alan Sowerby Citizenship Awards 2015 Sedgefield Neighbourhood Watch was once again privileged to present the above awards at leavers’ ceremonies which took place in our primary schools in July. As is always the case, each school stressed just how difficult it is to choose one person from so many “good citizens”.
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What's On?

Folk Festival events at Ceddesfeld Hall Fri 4th - Sun 6th
Folk Festival Farmers’ Market Sun 6th
Sedgefield Drama Festival of One Act Plays Mon 7th - Sat 12th
Sedgefield Rock & Blues Club Fri 18th
Sedgefield Cricket Club Beer Festival Fri 25th - Sat 26th
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