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Welcome to the Sedgeberrow Village Community website

The intention of this website is not only to inform but to also allow local villagers to contribute to the content of the website. We will arrange it so that you can have your own material featured, as long as its its related to the village. We will regularly update the website from material submitted to the Sedgeberrow Post, but rely on villagers to present any further material that they wish to see on the website. The website is hosted and monitored by members of SeSaME. (Sedgeberrow Sustainable and Manageable Energy), who also have their own website at

You can access the village newsletter, The Sedgeberrow Post, here. 


Latest News! 

Funds for improving sustainability of the Village Hall’s Betteridge room.
SeSaME is delighted, on behalf of the Village, to have received confirmation of the availability of £1,980, through the Green Deal Communities project being administered by the Community Energy and Resilience sector at County Hall. At our request the money has been designated “to be used for energy efficiency improvements to a community building in the village of Sedgeberrow.” This is all thanks to the 11 villagers who signed up to having external wall insulation on their old property, making significant savings for themselves from the grant that they will receive, but bringing £180 into our village for each house signed up, hence the £1,980.

A report from the County Community Energy and Resilience Project Manager reveals that a total of £58,977.15 (ECO and GDC funding) has benefitted Sedgeberrow village through this project.  That works out to a carbon saving of over 400 tonnes CO2 over the lifetime of the products involved.
Once again, many thanks to all the officers at County and District Council who, together with Act on Energy, as you will know, have contributed so much to help our villagers achieve this.
(ECO: Energy Companies Obligation. GDC: Green Deal Communities)

The Village Hall Committee has already used part of the sum of £1,980 from the Green Deal Community fund to upgrade the sustainability of the Betteridge room. The application of a grant of £10,000, from “Welcome to Our Future”, which manages the Severn Waste Environmental Fund, the Landfill Tax Grants Scheme,has been successful and led to the installation of an Air to Water Heat Pump system for the Betteridge Room.


 The School and the Village Hall Committee  now have solar panels on the shared use main hall, and the Betteridge Room


New developments!

1) The Flood Group Section has now been updated. Please note the original website ( has now been incorporated into & is now redundant.

2) For details of the newly formed Isbourne Catchment Group, please go to:

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or phone Mike Parker on: 01386 881863


Calling all Village Institutions

 If  you haven't already contacted Mike Parker about setting up your own page on the website, please do so now.


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