As part of the Country’s Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War (the first Armistice Day), Seamer and Tame Bridge put together a programme of events to take place on the 11th November. It
CAROL SINGING CATERERS RETIRE For 80 plus years, the Seamer Methodist Chapel Carol Singers have always been well received and a hearty supper has been provided for the 2 nights. In living memory, it was Peggy Bainbridge and Molly Cook
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.
Small Business Saturday 7th July 2018 lOam – 4pm Hutton Rudby Chapel Community Hub Come along and shop at some of our local business stalls. Including books, cards, jewellery & original art work.
Princess Anne will be visiting Labman in Seamer, on October 10, to officially open its new 20,000 sq ft extension.
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THURSDAY APRIL 28TH TO TUESDAY MAY 3RD 2016
Brand new Teesside street food company ParmStar held a free pre-launch party in the village of Seamer this week in aid of Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice.
Taking place in the car park of the King’s Head pub, ParmStar founders John Coulson and Lisa Cheung invited 40 locals to come and try a parmo burger and make a donation to a great cause.
SEAMER PRODUCE SHOW & CHILDREN’S SPORTS In aid of Seamer Memorial Hall Funds SUNDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER SEAMER VILLAGE HALL The revival of Seamer produce show has proved to be a huge success. It is eight years since the last Seamer Show
Marske Fisherman’s Choir and Fish & Chip supper Friday April 24th What a wonderful evening this was. 49 villagers and friends enjoyed the entertainment by the Marske Fisherman’s Choir. Their songs included well known numbers for all to join in
The Jumble Sale held on Saturday was a great success raising £438.36p so far, for the Village Hall funds.
There was a long queue of people waiting for the doors to open at 2pm and the hall was soon packed out with everyone wanting a bargain. Maybe this was due to Jo being on Radio Tees just after 9am promoting it.
The hall was full of items to sell from clothes, footwear, jewellery, books, toys, electrical goods, furniture, household goods and bric-a-brac to plants.
Afterwards people could reflect on their purchases over a cuppa with home made cakes and biscuits.
Thank you to everyone who donated their unwanted goods, to all the helpers and to those of you that came to buy, for making this annual event such a success.