Welcome to the Hamsterley and South Bedburn community website.
It's been developed to provide a means of communicating about the life of the village, both to local residents and to potential visitors.
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December 10th 1964 saw the official opening of Hamsterley Primary School’s new building. The school had opened for business in January of that year, with pupils and teachers helping move the furniture from the old school (now the Village Hall) to … Continue reading
Jaquie Holloway writes: “Would you be kind enough to let the email circuit know that it’s Mission Accomplished! It was a truly wonderful, if emotional, weekend and a fitting tribute to Richard. All 32 participants (and Bracken, Sandy’s dog!) completed … Continue reading
Caroline Peacock writes: “The village now has its own defibrillator – and the notice below tells you where it is and what the procedure for using it will be. This could save the life of someone having a heart attack, … Continue reading
David C writes: HamText 07766 146730 “I am launching on an experimental basis a village text messaging service.
David Clarke writes: “The Rev Trevor Rowe will be our pastor from April, taking over from Rev Ray Richardson who resigned last December.
Caroline Peacock writes: “I have received the following message this morning, a timely reminder that the approach to Christmas is always, sadly, a risk period for break-ins: