Sedgeford Norfolk, PE36 5NG, United Kingdom.

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Help found!



A big 'thank you' to Andy and Fiona Kilby, who have agreed to take on the regular updating of this website and now have the information needed to start on this process.






Village Newsletter



Valerie Ford has now taken on the role of Editor of the monthly Village Newsletter. If you have any information or articles you would like to be included, please send them to her at: valeriea.ford@btinternet.com

Neighbourhood Planning



A flier has been circulated with the April village newsletter, containing information about proposed site allocations. Comments on these proposals should be sent to John Ward by Friday 13th April. We will arrange a further full consultation process once we know if a Strategic Environmental Assessment is needed - this will hopefully be during May.

Facebook Group



The Neighbourhood Planning group set up a closed Facebook group last year, initially as a place to discuss issues relating to the local plan. However, it can also be used for more immediate matters - such as the state of the roads during bad weather. It is open to all living and/or working in the village: to join, send a message to Sedgeford Neighbourhood Plan.

Salt



COMING SOON... SALT, on Saturday May 5th at Sedgeford Village Hall. The date is not that far off`! Don't miss this high quality drama from Feast, a Norfolk company that performed at Sedgeford Village Hall three years ago with a play called Parachute. They are a professional company and we are fortunate to host them on the last night of their tour. Please click here click here for details re. tickets and call to reserve yours...we're anticipating a sell out!

Open Gardens, Sunday 27th May



Now in its 31st year, Sedgeford continues this annual event, with a dozen or so village gardens open for viewing by garden and plant lovers. Visitors often start their trip with a home-made lunch at the Church, where there will be a display of local art work, together with craft and produce stalls, all accompanied by the live music of 'All that Jazz'. Alternatively, one can first view the gardens, taking in the plant, ice cream, bookstalls and children's events etc on the way round before finishing off with tea and art in the church. There will be a village shuttle bus to help if the legs get weary. Gardens are open from 12.00 until 5.00pm, with entrance at £4.00 and children free.

Enquiries: Pam Goddard 01485579002 pamgoddard@btinternet.com

Computer Classes



Computer classes will start at the Village Hall on Wednesday 11th April, from 2.00 - 3.00pm. These classes are open to everyone, whether you are just starting out or wanting to learn more. Please bring your laptop and a notebook with you.

French Quiz



On Saturday 28th April at 7.00pm there will be a French Quiz in the Village Hall. Questions will be all about France and there will be a two-course French supper. Tickets cost £12 and can be bought from Pam - 01485 579002 - booking is essential. Proceeds will go towards the Church organ fund.

Community Car Scheme



If you don't have a car or can't drive and need to get to the surgery, hospital, station, shops etc, you can now use this scheme. Phone 01485 520823 between 9.00 and 12.00 noon, Monday-Friday, at least 48 hours beforehand to book. Charges are 45p per mile, minimum charge £2.00