Police are investigating recent vandalism to St. Martins church in Seamer. Gravestones have been pushed over at the rear of the church. Also the leaded windows have been broken with what appears to be air rifle pellets breaking the glass.
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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
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The past year has again been a year of transition for the council. We have still not been able to fill the roles of Chairman and Clerk on a permanent basis. The Clerk role is currently undertaken on a temp
SEAMER PARISH COUNCIL CLERK: Mr G McGill. Correspondence to 4 Leconfield, Seamer, Stokesley, Middlesbrough, TS9 5PP. Tel. 01642 710451. e:firstname.lastname@example.org January 2023 Dear Sir or Madam The bi-monthly Parish Council Meeting is to be held at Seamer Memorial Hall on
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I have been made aware of door to door scams being conducted in Seamer and neighbouring villages. The scam takes the form of a door to door salesman with a young man offering items from his sports bag for sale.
The Grapevine SEAMER & TAME BRIDGE MAGAZINE No. 144 April –May 2017
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