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Myrtle Wild and Winnie Stones manning the cake stall.
Myrtle Wild and Winnie Stones manning the cake stall.
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Easington Deanery Pilgrim Course, Turning to Christ, will be held this week on Thursday October 8 from 7.30-9pm in Christ Church, Station Road, New Seaham.

On Friday, October 9, at Seaham Methodist Church, from 7.30pm, come along and join in the cafe-style worship with contemporary music by the worship band. Refreshments – tea and cake served throughout the service. Everyone welcome. Find us on Facebook Teaching, Enabling, Nurturing,

Seaham Methodist Church’s popular coffee morning and bake sale, with all your favourite fresh home baked goods, fresh cream fancies, meringues and a selection of pastries, will be held on Saturday October 10 from 10.30am. Money raised supports Church funds. Entry £1 includes free cup tea/coffee. Everybody welcome.

On Sunday, October 11, at 9.15am Holy Communion will be celebrated at St Andrew’s Church, Dalton-le-Dale. All welcome.

Morning prayer will be sung at Christ Church, New Seaham, at 10am on Sunday October 11. Holy Communion will be celebrated at 6pm. All welcome.

The three Seaham Methodist Churches are celebrating the Church Anniversary with a performance by singing duo Carole and Malcolm Brown, Singing for Pleasure, on Saturday October 17, from 3pm. Everyone is welcome to join us. The afternoon concludes with a bring and share tea and a short service of thanks.

East Durham Heritage Group is collecting information on soldiers who fought in the Battle of the Somme, July 1, 1916. If you had a relative who died in this battle and have photographs of them, would you be willing to let us copy them? The Group’s Centre is at the Seaham Marina, opening hours 10am-3pm, Thursday to Sunday. Contact number 5818904. Thanking you in anticipation.

Kath Anderson, now living in France, maintains the Seaham and Great War Anthology Project, and is interested in any news regarding all and any Seaham men in the Great War.

Dawdon (2nd Seaham) Air Scout Troop wish to thank all who contributed, by their attendance, contribution of raffle prizes and hard graft, to a wonderful evening of song by the Durham Constabulary Male Voice Choir with £215 raised for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

A new tea and chat women’s group is held at Eastlea Community Centre on Tuesdays, from 11am until 1pm. Drop in and enjoy the company and banter over a cup of tea/coffee. Try your hand at a new craft. All welcome.