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.
We welcome contributions from Hamsterley and South Bedburn businesses and residents. The more up to date the site is, the more useful it will be!
Contact us with any feedback or site contributions.
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Category Archives: News
Church Services The St James’ Church page on the village website has now been updated to show contact details for the new Vicar and also now has details of all the Church Services in the village through December and January … Continue reading
Life in the Northern Dales – Stories from a Farming Family – a new book by Frank Sanderson This book has resulted from Frank’s fascination with his paternal ancestors, hill farmers from Weardale in the far west of County Durham. … Continue reading
Well done to the volunteer litter pickers (not all of whom appear in the photograph). They were out on Sunday 5th October and managed to collect an amazing 23 bags of litter from the roads around the village. Well done … Continue reading
We now have a schedule of activity and begin with a design session with the artist, Sue Warlock, on Thursday 18th September in the Village Hall from 2.30pm to 4.30pm or from 5.oopm to 7.00pm.
The Hamsterley Website Team are happy to announce that Jonathan Ward has agreed to take over the management of the Hamsterley Village website. You can contact Jonathan via the ‘Contact’ page on the website, or at firstname.lastname@example.org, as before.
2 Salters Gate, Hamsterley See details on the Nick & Gordon Carver and Rightmove websites.
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