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This evening at 7pm in Seaham Spiritualist Church, Vale Hall, Cornelia Terrace, Mr B Cook, from Paignton, will preside at the service. Entrance is £5 to help pay Mr Cook’s travel expenses. All are welcome.

The Christ Church monthly lunch will be held in the church hall on Station Road on Friday, one week earlier than usual, between 11.30am and 1pm. An excellent, reasonable priced three-course meal with tea or coffee, good company, raffle and tombola are available.

This Friday evening, in the Farn Scouting Centre, Parkside Road (near the Fire Station), Dawdon Scout Group resumes after the Easter break. New members, aged from six to 14, are welcome to join one of the three sections, Beavers six to eightyears, Cub Scouts eight to 10 years, and Scouts 10 to 14 years. Interested adults are invited to enquire about becoming leaders. For further information contact Group Scout Leader on 5810419, or any Section Leader.

On Sunday, there will be a service of Holy Communion at Christ Church at 10am and also at St Andrew’s, Dalton-le-Dale at 6pm. Evening prayer will be held at Christ Church at 6pm. Every Wednesday there is a ‘said’ service of Holy Communion held in Christ Church, stay and have a coffee and chat. All welcome to join in the fellowship.

Well being for Health are sponsoring a new Gentle Circuit Class to be held in Seaton Community. Sessions started on Monday, April 1, and classes run from 1pm-2pm. Cost is £2.

On Saturday, April 23, at 7.30pm in Seaham Town Hall there will be a presentation of “She’s Fired” – a musical narrative based on the 1880 Seaham Pit Disaster where the lives of 164 men and boys were lost, along with many of the pit ponies. “She’s Fired” tells what it must have been like for nine men and six boys trapped underground, waiting for rescue which never came. Original music and lyrics complement the narrative. Tickets are £8.