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January Events At A Glance

Wed 3rd: Sedgefield WI: Parish Hall, 7:15pm. “Binchester Roman Fort” by Gordon Henderson. Ginger wine & mince pies. Members' competition: Who was the best woman of the last century, & why?(max 20 words). Visitors always welcome
Fri 5th: U3A: Parish Hall 2pm. Barbara Dixon: "A Ramble round a Registry Office"
Members free, Visitors welcome, £3 at the door.
Sat 6th: Drop in Surgeries: Cllr John Robinson. 9 – 9.45am Bradbury & Mordon Village Hall; 10 – 11am Sedgefield Library; 11.15 – 12 noon Fishburn Community Centre.
Cricket Club Quiz: 8pm at the Cricket Club. Quiz entry fee £1 per person.
Sun 7th: Sedgefield Farmers’ Market: On the village green from 8.30am.
New Generation Church: 10.30am in The Parish Hall.
Mon 8th: Local History Society: Ceddesfeld Hall, 7.45pm.The Lindisfarne Gospels by Olley Burton.
Wives and Friends: Methodist Church Hall 7.30pm. Carrier Bag Sale.
Tue 9th: Ladies’ Club: Ceddesfeld Hall, 8pm. “Why my Top Ten Cafes” Talk by Erland Rendell
Thu 11th: Sedgefield Show Meeting: 8pm @ Sedgefield Social Club
Fri 12th: Sedgefield Country Market: Parish Hall 10am to 11.30am. Home baked produce, Crafts, Jams, Cards, Plants, Refreshments. For information call 629441.
Sun 14th: New Generation Church: 10.30am in The Parish Hall.
Tue 16th: Sedgefield Local History Society and Village Veterans: Commemoration of James Weir Gibbin - Killed in Action, Jan 16 1917. All welcome for a brief ceremony starting at 10.45am at the war memorial.
Sedgefield, Ferryhill & District Flower Club AGM: 2pm, Fletcher Room, Parish Hall.
Fri 19th: Live Music Night at Sedgefield Cricket Club: 7.30 pm. Main guest: Jez Lowe. Also featuring: Rob Lowery, John Weighell and John Wrightson Band. Admission £11, includes buffet. Tel 621347.
The Sedgefield Plan: Sedgefield Town Council Public Meeting, Parish Hall, 7-9pm
Sat 20th: Sedgefield in Bloom Dance: Dance to ‘Rootin Tootin’ in the Parish Hall – tickets £10 (from council offices), includes pie and peas supper; bring your own drinks.
Sun 21st: New Generation Church: 10.30am in The Parish Hall.
Tue 23rd: Mordon and District Ladies Circle. Visit to Parlour Made Production: An insight into cheese making in Mordon.
Fri 26th: Sedgefield Blues Club: A night with Aynsley Lister. Doors open 7pm. Tickets £15. Visit www.sedgefieldblues.com for contact details and further information.
Sun 28th: New Generation Church: 10.30am in The Parish Hall.

Sedgefield Library

Tel: 03000 269521 Opening Hours: Library re-opens at 9.30am on Wednesday 3rd January
Wednesdays: 9:30am-12:30pm. Thursdays: 10am-6pm. Fridays: 1pm-7pm. Saturdays: 9:30am-12:30pm. Thursdays 10:30-12:30: Basic computing, tailored to your needs. Thursdays 2.15pm: ‘Boogie Beat’. Pre-school session. Booking essential. Craft Group: 1.30pm 2nd & 4th Fridays

Fitness Classes @The Hub

At Sedgefield Community College, Zumba with Emilia: Tues 6.30-7.30pm & Thurs 7pm - 8pm. Chi Taekwondo: Sat 10.30am - 11.30. For tennis, wheelchair rugby & other sports, call the Hub on 01740 617882

Sedgefield Social Club

Entertainment in January. Saturday 6th: Sue Allan. Saturday 13th: Stephz. Mon 15th: Country Night, Billy Davies. Saturday 20th: Becca. Saturday 27th: Kevin Royale. Telephone Number: 01740 620591

Sedgefield Tea Dance

Tuesday 16th January from 1pm - 3pm in the Parish Hall. Ring Ann, 629070 or Joyce, 622601.

Monday Evenings in Term Time. Parish Hall. Juniors (50p) 6-7pm, Seniors (£1) 7-8:30pm. Table tennis, Xbox, Playstation, tuck shop and more. For info email natalie@Sedgefieldtowncouncil.gov.uk

The Sedgefield Plan

Sedgefield Town Council is holding a Public Meeting on Friday 19th January at Sedgefield Parish Hall from 7 – 9pm Work to develop a neighbourhood plan. known as The Sedgefield Plan has been ongoing for some considerable time. You are invited to attend this meeting, the purpose of which is to explain the current status of the plan and to seek your views on how this should now move forward. Further information regarding this meeting will be published on www.sedgefieldtowncouncil.gov.uk and in our Twitter feed, as well as via posters and the residents’ database.