Welcome to the Sadberge web site, which contains information about the village of Sadberge in the north-east of England.

Latest News
A Sadberge resident has offered to provide funding for a bronze sculpture for the village green.  Follow this link for further information, including photos of one possible sculpture.
The landscaping work has been completed at village garden at the Darlington Road entrance to Sadberge (near the village hall).  Follow this link to view a photograph.  A new bench, inscribed with an excerpt from "For The Fallen" in memory of the Sadberge men who died during the World Wars, has been installed in the garden.
The Sadberge Village Hall Association is has converted from an unincorporated association to a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) and has obtained a new 35-year lease on the village hall.  Sadberge households will shortly be receiving a flyer giving more information about this new era for the village hall, including how to become a member of the Sadberge Village Hall CIO.
Sadberge has two public access defibrillators.  Follow the link for more information.
Follow these links for a Northern Echo article about the Sadberge speed sign and an analysis of the data collected by the speed sign (PDF format).
Since July 2015, the "Our Bus" service for Sadberge and the other rural villages to the north-east of Darlington has been running on Mondays only.  Follow this link for the timetable. (PDF format)
Would you like to receive email notification of events in Sadberge Village Hall, Parish Council meetings, etc.?  If so, click on this link for more information about the email notification service.
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Introduction to the Sadberge Web Site

Please note that parts of this web site are still under construction, and some of the links don't work yet.  Please bear with me!

Alastair Mackenzie


Follow these links for information about the Sadberge Energy Saving Project and the Sadberge Renewable Energy Project.

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