Instead of Mondays, The Stokesley Community bus now picks on FRIDAYS at approximately 10.10 am and returns at approximately 12 noon. If you wish to use this facility then please contact The Stokesley Community Care Association office on 01642 710085
Monday 12th June10 – 10.30 am until 12 pm Pop In – Seamer Village Hall Following on from last year’s successful event your Local Community Police Officer will again be visiting the Monday Morning Pop In at the Village HallPlease
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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.
As a new venture, the village hall held it’s first Burn’s Night celebration on January 25th, with 51 villagers and friends enjoying a wonderful evening. Many came dressed for the occasion sporting all forms of tartan.
The evening commenced with Glen McGill welcoming everyone. A three course meal was then served with the haggis piped in by a Scottish piper. The piper and his wife then led the entertainment and had many up dancing a traditional reel.
The annual carol singing around Seamer and Newby on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, December 21st-23rd, raised £586 for Seamer Methodist Church.
There was a good turnout with some new choristers joining in who seemed to enjoy themselves. For once the weather was kind to us and we enjoyed the refreshments on route and afterwards.
A big thank you to everyone for helping to raise such a large sum of money.
The Christmas tree festival managed to raise £257 for Butterwick House Children’s Hospice.
There was a steady stream of visitors throughout the day with activities for the children and delicious refreshments to enjoy. During the morning there was hand bell ringing led by Julia Campbell.