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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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Let the fun begin! It’s Sedgefield’s 46th Mediaeval Fayre on Saturday 21st May

For children and adults alike, Mediaeval Fayre Day is a highlight in Sedgefield’s calendar of events. The excitement begins as the fairground rides start to arrive on Friday morning just as children are going to school! This is the SCA’s biggest event of the year and there are lots of events and activities taking place on the village green as well as in Ceddesfeld Hall and grounds and in St Edmund’s Church.

Call to Arms

It’s a great event for the community but it the needs the community to get involved. organisers are appealing for a bit of help on the day, or in the week leading up to the Fayre. Just one hour pledged will make a real difference, so if you can spare an hour or two to help on the stalls or in the refreshment hall, please get in touch.

Tug of War

We need new teams for the competition and ask that the pubs and local organisations come forward. The rewards will be well worth the effort. A special challenge is being made to seek women’s and young people’s teams. Trophies include best pub and youth teams as well as an overall winner’s prize. Teams can enter on the day or in advance by contacting a committee member.

Door To Door Collections

If you are able to help with collections and/or donate any non perishable foods, books, toys, bric-a-brac, raffle and tombola gifts, this would be greatly appreciated. Sorry, but no clothing, shoes, bikes, medium / large pieces of furniture, Hi-Fi or TVs.

Collection Arrangements are as follows:

  • Monday 16th May: 6–8pm. Kerr Crescent etc., Pine Ridge etc., Mitford Court. etc., Hardwick Road etc., Durham Road & North End
  • Tuesday 17th May: 6–8pm. White House Drive etc., Hawthorn Road etc., The Lane etc., St. Edmunds Green & East End etc.
  • Wednesday 18th May: 6–8pm. West End, Station Road etc., Spring Lane etc., Queens Drive etc., & The Meadows etc.
  • Thursday 19th May: 6–8pm. Eden Drive etc., The Orchards etc., Stockton Road, Rectory Row & village centre
  • Winterton: Mon–Wed 6–8pm. (collected during Thursday evening). Residents may leave items at 17 Winterton Avenue
  • Articles can also be left at Ceddesfeld Hall each evening, 16th – 19th May after 7.30pm.

If you miss the collection van, or need something collecting at a more convenient time, please contact any one below. For further details contact Wendy on 620206, Pat on 620207, John and Maxine on 620042 or Sarah on 622185.


Award for exceptional results in 2015

Sedgefield Community College has been nationally recognised for its exceptional 2015 performance by the Schools, Students and Teachers network (SSAT). Educational Outcomes data analysis from SSAT has shown that the school is in the top 10% of non-selective schools nationally for high average grades achieved by students, as well as the top 20% nationally for progress made by pupils between key stage 2 results at primary school and key stage 4 results.

The school’s SSAT Educational Outcomes awards will be presented at a regional celebration event. The Chief Executive of SSAT, Sue Williamson, said: “It’s my great pleasure to commend Sedgefield Community College on their excellent 2015 performance, and to have the opportunity to highlight and share their great work at the SSAT Educational Outcomes celebration evening. I have the privilege of visiting lots of schools and I am always impressed by the creativity of teachers engaging and inspiring their students.

I hope that SSAT’s Educational Outcomes awards will highlight the professionalism, commitment and hard work of the leaders, teachers and students at Sedgefield Community College. Recognising and sharing successes like this is at the heart of SSAT’s mission, so I’m delighted to congratulate Sedgefield Community College on their achievement.”