Seaton Sluice Community Association, a group of volunteers based at Seaton Sluice Community Centre have been awarded The King’s Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award a local
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Included in this issue: Family Fun Day, Future events, Collywell Radio Players and Community Hero Award.
You can donate pre-loved Seaton Sluice First School uniform at the community centre.
Seghill In Bloom have created a floral display of roses in the village in memory of Queen Elizabeth II. The display has the ‘Queen’s Rose’ in the centre and has
Included in this issue are volunteers required, playgroup, Harbour Day and Family Fun Day.
We had a great turnout for our Spring Tidy in Seaton Sluice on Saturday 18 March. The group managed to collect quite a few bags of rubbish from around the
In this issue, Village update, school of dance, Collywell Radio Players and news from around the village. Click on the image below to read the newsletter.
Volunteers at Seaton Sluice Community Centre have worked with community partners to set up a warm hub in the library at the community centre. The warm hub is open on
In this issue: Christmas Bric a Brac, Warm Hubs, Christmas Services and news from around the village. Click the image below to read the newsletter.
There are a number of regular activities at Seaton Sluice Community Centre. Regular Activities – September 2022
In the Autumn edition of the Seaton Sluice and Old Hartley Residents Association newsletter you can read about the village, Friend’s Jubilee Concert, What’s on, In Bloom Group and much
Updated opening times for the Library in the Community Centre from May 2022.
There are a number of regular classes and activities being held at Seaton Sluice Community Centre from April 2022. Regular Activities from April 2022 (pdf).
There is a full programme of FREE activities in Seaton Valley for the Easter School Holidays between Monday 11 April and Friday 22 April. The activities include a Tennis Camp, Cricket
In this issue of the New Hartley Newsletter you can read about the plans for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee village celebrations, village groups and activities and updates from your councillors.
In the Spring issue of the newsletter you can read about updates from the village including councillor surgeries, pause for thought, Bowling Club news, library news and PAD update.
Volunteers from the Seaton Sluice and Old Hartley Residents Association were out on Friday 22 January collecting litter around the village. The volunteers picked up a selection of litter
The Community Centre will be closed from the 24 December until the 4 January but will be open for the Post Office on 29 December
There are a number of regular classes and activities being held at Seaton Sluice Community Centre from January 2022. Regular Activities from January 2022 (pdf).
In this issue of the New Hartley Newsletter there are articles on In Bloom, Litter Picks, Community Garden, Groups and Activities and lots more
In the Autumn issue of the Newsletter you can read about updates from the village, In Bloom, ASB incidents in the village, PAD Defibrillator Locations and lots more.
There are a number of regular classes and activities being held at the Community Centre. Regular Activities September 2021
Sunday 8 August, 4:00 – 5:00 PM – New Hartley Memorial Hall Jill Henderson, qualified swimming teacher, open-water coach, pool and open water lifeguard will be running a course for
In the Summer issue of the Newsletter you can read about updates from the village, In Bloom, Watch House Museum, PAD Defibrillator Locations and lots more.
The Community Centre will reopen on Monday 17 May 2021. Volunteers will be onsite between 10:00 AM and Midday on weekdays. Lots of Clubs, Information and Services that include: Printing
There are a number of regular classes and activities being held at the Community Centre. Regular Activities May 2021
These are the new opening times for the Seaton Sluice Library from April 2021.
In the Spring issue of the Newsletter you can read about updates from the village, School of Dance, Food Share Project, Church of our Lady and much more.
In the Winter issue of the Newsletter you can read about updates from the village, What’s been going on, Harbour Artists, North Atlantic Loop and lots more.
Seaton Sluice Library is open on Wednesdays between 9 AM and 2 PM for Select & Collect. On Monday the 7 December they will be giving out a FREE children’s
Seaton Sluice Library at the Community Centre is open for Order and Collect by telephoning 0191 2370210 (Maureen/Joyce) You can collect on Wednesdays between 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Covid
Seaton Sluice Community Centre will be closed between the 4 November and 7 December 2020 during the Covid-19 lockdown in England announced by the Government. The Post Office will remain
This poster is being circulated around the local area, as with other voluntary organisations in the same situation, Seghill Community association need new volunteers now, we have lost 4 dedicated
New Hartley Community Services Ltd is delighted to announce that after a successful year’s first trading New Hartley Post Office will be extending its opening hours to take in a
In the Summer issue of the Newsletter you can read about updates from the village, Councillor Surgeries, Hedgehogs, Church of Our Lady and lots more.
We are open for business from 10:00 am until noon Monday to Friday with some restrictions due to the Coronavirus. Telephone: 0191 2980323 A one-way system is in operation together
New Hartley Community Association are holding a Superhero Scarecrow Challenge in the village.
In the Spring issue of the Newsletter you can read about updates from the village, Councillor Surgeries, Collywell Radio Players and lots more
The Community Association have taken the DIFFICULT and SAD decision to cancel this years village Gala !! Due to the continuing Coronavirus situation, we decided that for the Health and
In this issue of the New Hartley Newsletter you can read about the forthcoming village events, local activities and New Hartley In Bloom:
Thank you to all who helped and supported Seaton Sluice Community Centre Christmas Fayre on the 7th December. We all enjoyed the tasty food prepared by the Kitchen Elves. There
The ‘Friends’ held their annual coffee morning at Seaton Sluice Community Centre on Saturday 12 October. The weather was kind on the day, resulting in a record breaking turnout of
The 3rd round of the Co-op Community Grant finished in October. To date £17 million has been passed out to small voluntary groups. Seaton Sluice and Old Hartley Residents’ Association
In this issue of the New Hartley Newsletter you can read about the Christmas Fair, New Hartley In Bloom, Self Defence Classes and Football Success:
Christmas Services will be taking place in the Church of our Lady behind Seaton Delaval Hall, St Michael’s Church in New Hartley and St Paul’s Church in Seaton Sluice. Further
The Post Office at the Community Centre in Seaton Sluice will be open on the following days over the Winter Holidays.
On a cold and drizzly Saturday October the 26th, nine volunteers from the In Bloom group planted over one thousand five hundred spring bulbs around Seaton Sluice. Some of the
The Holywell In Bloom group held their 3rd Annual Family Fun Day on the 7 September at St Mary’s Church in Holywell. The Day was a great success with all
After an week of torrential rain we were lucky enough to have the sun shining for New Hartley Summer Fair. We had loads of support from the villagers and people
Seghill held its 108th Annual Village Gala on Saturday 1st June 2019. The Gala was preceded by the Village Parade that was led once again by a wonderful pit
Plant a Pot Competition is open to any Resident or Business within Holywell. All entries must be displayed on the grassed area in front of East Grange in Holywell from
Meets in Main Hall 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm on Friday afternoons (excluding whole of August). Great exercise. Refreshments included in admission £2.00 plus biscuit or cake and a
Seaton Sluice and Old Hartley Residents’ Association (in cooperation with the Community Association) held a Pie & Peas Quiz Night on Friday 15 March. The quiz night was well attended
New Hartley Community Services Ltd Post Office Assistants – 2 x 15.50 hrs posts New Hartley Community Services will shortly be taking over the running of New Hartley Post Office
There was a great turn-out for the Holywell Country and Western Coffee morning on Wednesday 27 February. The event was organised by the Community Centre and included a Karaoke singalong
Seaton Valley Council have advised that work will be starting next week (week commencing 25 February 2019) to replace the skate ramp at the New Hartley Memorial Park Junior Play
We are pleased to report that after a rather lengthy process New Hartley Community Services Ltd, the trading arm of New Hartley Community Association, has been officially endorsed by the
Issue 9 of the New Hartley Newsletter is now available. Read more –