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.
Sponsored by: Hamsterley Parish Council
TagsBaptist Church Charity Christmas Churches Together Centre Cinema Cross Keys Dance Family History Film Club Forest For Sale Grants Hoppings Houses for Sale Lost Methodist Church Millennium Garden Monday Club Music Party Play Poem Police Primary School Recipe Retail Social Club Sport St James' Church Thanks Village Hall Wanted Warning WI Windfarm
Tag Archives: Forest
We’re showing two films at Hamsterley Forest next week – on a big screen in the woods and with the chance to camp out overnight too. Friday 11th July & Saturday 12th July. Arrival Time: Campers from 6pm, Non-campers from … Continue reading
Caroline Peacock writes: “Here is the information about this year’s Etape Pennines cycle event in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care, which will take place on Sunday 6 October. The PDF file below is actually the map, which is much … Continue reading
Sunday 28th April 2013, starts 8.30am. See modern & historic rally cars battle to be the fastest rally driver in Hamsterley Forest. See www.tourofhamsterley.co.uk for more details.
Christmas tree sales run daily in Hamsterley from 1 to 16 December, from 10am to 4pm. Cash raised will be used used to care for the region’s woods.
The Forestry Commission is gearing up for a green Christmas as it launches its popular Xmas tree sales point in Hamsterley Forest on 1 December.
We have just added some new historical photographs, curtesy of Roly Smith. On the Gallery / History – Places page are photographs of Shull, Shull Lodge and St. Johns. On the Gallery / History – People page are new photographs … Continue reading
Rosie Bristowe of Testimony Films writes: “I hope you don’t mind me contacting you out of the blue. I am a researcher for an award winning documentary film company, Testimony Films. I understand that during the 1930s, Hamsterley Forest was … Continue reading