Sedgefield Players' latest production, My Mother Said I Never Should, is to be presented in Sedgefield Parish Hall from March 27 to 29.

Set in Manchester and London, the play covers the life of a family from 1970s to the present day. An all-female cast includes Jean Hewling, as the grandmother, Norma Neal and Viv Jacobs as her daughters and Sarah Atkinson as the granddaughter. The play will be entered for the Easter Three Act Play Festival on the Isle of Man.

TABLE-TOP SALE: A table-top sale will be held at St Catherine's Community Centre, Crook Market Place, from 9.30am to noon on Saturday, March 15. To reserve a tables, costing £5, call (01388) 764697.

COFFEE INVITATION: A coffee morning takes place at 3 The Square, Sedgefield, on Saturday, from 10am to 1pm. The event is in aid of the Great North Air Ambulance and North-East Children's Cancer Research. Admission is £1.50.

HYPNOTIST LICENCE: The Redworth Hall Hotel has applied for a licence from Darlington Borough Council to hold a hypnotism night. Councillors will meet next week to decide whether to allow hypnotist David Knight to perform at a charity night in aid of the Ann Teasdale Fund.

SOIL TALK: Sedgefield Garden Society is planning to visit the Harrogate Spring Show on Saturday, April 26, and has seats available on the coach. For details, call (01740) 620467 or 621504. The next meeting on Tuesday, April 1, will include a non competitive spring flower show and a talk on spring bulbs.

HISTORY MEETING: Sedgefield Local History Society held its monthly meeting in Ceddesfeld Hall this week. At the next meeting, on the first Monday in April, the speaker will be Janet Thackeray talking about Durham Cathedral.

ANNUAL MEETING: The South-West Durham Credit Union is holding its first annual meeting on Wednesday, at 7pm, in the Civic Hall, Shildon.