Slow down, don't miss Sedgefield Slow Town, the first one in Africa!
After surviving the living hell of Delville Wood in WW1 before the age of 20, Fred Hampson lived to 99 years of age.
In the mid-1930's, the Salts moved into the old farmhouse that is claimed to be the first dwelling in Sedgefield.
Born before her time, indomitable Nellie Downes did not let her gender prevent her from acquiring a respectful place in a man's world.
A young English girl, Florence Elaine Wallis became Elaine Watney when she met and married Blanco Watney in South Africa.
Briony's chlidhood memories of village life growing up in Sedgefield.
Some of Sedgefield's history is to be found in the Sedgefield History Tree and early George records