Welcome to the official website of Sedgefield Town Council

Steeped in rich history, Sedgefield is a picturesque market town that offers a unique blend of historic architecture, serene landscapes and vibrant community spirit.

Sedgefield is an emblem of modern English countryside life, filled with an array of tranquil open green spaces, well-conserved buildings and charming traditions. Among its many attractions, the magnificent St. Edmund's Church and Hardwick Park draw in both residents and visitors alike.

As a council, we are proud to represent this beautiful and friendly town, dedicated to fostering its prosperity, preserving its heritage, and promoting a strong sense of community. This website is your one-stop source for news, events, and information about our services. Whether you are a resident, a visitor, or simply interested in our town, we invite you to explore Sedgefield through our digital home.

A view of above Sedgefield Church

Latest Council News

Mayor’s Bingo Night

17th July 2024

The Mayor of Sedgefield invites you to his Bingo Night at

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Sandy & Roger Clubley smiling while holding an engraved fruit bowl and decanter, following the awards presentation

Honorary Freeman Awards: Roger & Sandy Clubley

16th July 2024

Congratulations to Roger and Sandy Clubley, the latest

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Floral Displays: Vandalism

9th July 2024

We are saddened to see that several of our town’s

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Upcoming Events

Council Coach Trips

Date: 9:00am 8th August 2024

We hold three coach trips a year - June, August and November. Tickets can be purchased from the council office.

Mayor’s Coffee Morning

Date: 10:00am 16th August 2024

@Sedgefield Parish Hall

Fundraising coffee morning.

Mayor’s Bingo Night

Date: 7:30pm 7th September 2024

£3 @Ceddesfeld Hall

Cash prizes - Bar Open.
Entry ticket includes final jackpot game.
Bingo cards to buy on night. £6 for 5 games.

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