Appeal following an assault on a driver in Stokesley
Road closed for resurfacing on the 7th of February for 5 days
Community Fund Update

Community Fund Update

The Community Fund (Seamer & Tame Bridge) has awarded a number of grants since its inception. Many of these projects are visible in the parish and have enhanced the village environment and endeavoured to improve road safety. Other projects, such as the provision of a defibrillator outside the village hall aim to provide emergency assistance for local residents and the wider community, as a part of the village’s wider social responsibility. For more information on the Community Fund and the grants awarded, please do take a look at the visual display and documentation on the noticeboard inside the village hall.[ Read The Full Story ]
Parish Council Elections

Parish Council Elections

Parish Council Elections are being held in May this year in Seamer. If you feel that you have time to commit to and take responsibility for village affairs and are able to regularly attend Parish Council meetings, please contact the Parish Clerk for further information.[ Read The Full Story ]



Village Hall available for private hire

Max capacity 80 people. Half day £30; Evening £35; Full day £60 Fully equipped with crockery & glasses, linen, cooking facilities & utensils etc.-

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Charity Event at the Village Hall - Saturday 22nd June Live Music and Music Quiz

Charity Event at the Village Hall - Saturday 22nd June Live Music and Music Quiz

Saturday 22nd June Live Music and Music Quiz Location:  Seamer Village Hall, The Green, Seamer, Stokesley, TS9 5LS Time: 7pm Songs from the 60’s and 70’s. Tap your feet or dance the night away. There’ll also be a music quiz, a free raffle ticket for everyone there on the night and perhaps a few little bonus moments! Tickets £5. Please email Jo jo.batey@talktalk.net to book tickets. All proceeds will go to Northeast charity Take Away the Tears www.takeawaythetears.co.uk. Bring your own drinks and something for the shared supper table will be great.[ Read Full Details ]
The Grapevine SEAMER & TAME BRIDGE MAGAZINE No. 156 April 2019 – May 2019

The Grapevine SEAMER & TAME BRIDGE MAGAZINE No. 156 April 2019 – May 2019

The Grapevine SEAMER & TAME BRIDGE MAGAZINE No. 156 April 2019 – May 2019     Read or download the The Grapevine SEAMER & TAME BRIDGE MAGAZINE No. 156 April 2019 – May 2019 click here to open as a PDF in another window   [ Read Full Details ]
VILLAGE HALL QUIZ NIGHT

VILLAGE HALL QUIZ NIGHT

Village Hall  Quiz Night  The next hall quiz will be on the 18th of May at 7 o’clock. The usual supper will be provided, bring your own drinks and glasses. Tickets £8 including free raffle. Joan 01642713837.   Christine 01642710294[ Read Full Details ]
Children’s Easter Activity day

Children’s Easter Activity day

  Children’s Easter Activity day Next Saturday, March 30th at 2pm. The cost is £2 per child.   Contact Ann Thomas on 01642 710822.[ Read Full Details ]
The Grapevine SEAMER & TAME BRIDGE MAGAZINE No. 155 February 2019 – March 2019

The Grapevine SEAMER & TAME BRIDGE MAGAZINE No. 155 February 2019 – March 2019

The Grapevine SEAMER & TAME BRIDGE MAGAZINE No. 155 February 2019 – March 2019   Read or download the The Grapevine SEAMER & TAME BRIDGE MAGAZINE No. 155 February 2019 – March 2019 click here to open as a PDF in another window     [ Read Full Details ]

Darlington & Stockton Times Correspondent for Seamer

Please contact me if you have any items of news or an event to publicise. Christine Cooper Tel: 01642 710294 or e-mail chris_cooper1@hotmail.com

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Seamer is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England, near the border with the Borough of Stockton-on-Tees and 3 miles (5 km) northwest of Stokesley.

Its name is first attested in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Semer(s), with later medieval attestations including Samara. The first element is Old English sǣ ‘lake'; the spelling of the second element suggests variation between Old English mere ‘sea’, Old English mersc ‘marsh’, and Old Norse marr ‘lake, sea, pool’. The dominant meaning of the name therefore seems to have been ‘lake by the sea’. (information courtesy of wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seamer,_Hambleton )