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

Latest News
We are sorry to announce that Beatrice Cutbertson MBE died on Friday 13‑Oct‑2017.  She passed away peacefully at Middleton Hall Retirement Village.  The funeral will take place in St. Andrew's Church, Sadberge, at 12 noon on Thursday 26‑Oct‑2017, followed by a reception in Sadberge Village Hall.  Family flowers only, please.  Donations to St. Andrew's Church.

Carlton Development Management's application for planning permission to build 25 houses on land to the east of Middleton Road on the southern edge of Sadberge will be considered by Darlington Borough Council's Planning Applications Committee on Wednesday 18‑Oct‑2017.  The meeting will take place in Darlington Town Hall and will start at 1:30 p.m.

Darlington Borough Council's Planning Officers are recommending that planning permission should be granted subject to conditions.  Follow these links to view the Planning Officers' report and a summary of the key points.

You can also view the Parish Council's objection to the proposed development.

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)
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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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