Ladies Group

Ladies Group

We offer a warm welcome to all ladies in Seaton Ross and surrounding villages.
We meet on the first Tuesday of each month, normally from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm in Seaton Ross Village Hall, for chat, discussion or a speaker, and refreshments.
Sometimes we have an outing instead of a meeting.
To cover costs we ask for £2.00 per person for a cup of tea/coffee and cake/pastries and a ticket for the raffle.
Our first get together for 2020 will be Tuesday January 7th and the subject is Kitchenalia – please bring with you the oldest item, most useless or unusual or favourite thing in your kitchen (this may not be your partner!). 
Diary dates 2020:
7th January, 4th February, 3rd March, 7th April, 5th May, 2nd June
If you (or you know anyone) who would like to give a short talk to the group, about their specialism and/or their passion, we would be very happy to hear from you.  New ideas are also very welcome.
Please contact Kay on 01759 318991 or via email at
Many thanks to Christine and Anne who have run the Group very successfully over the last few years.  Huge thanks from all the ladies in the group for all your hard work and commitment.  

Remembrance Tree

Remembrance Tree in St Edmund’s Churchyard

Buy a ribbon to put on the tree to remember a loved one

Suggested donation of £5.00 – proceeds to Yorkshire Air Ambulance
 Ribbons available in Church – or from 01759 31854 – from 24.11.19 to 31.12.19
 The tree will be blessed after the 9.00am church service on Sunday 24.11.19


* Improve your posture!

* Strengthen your core!

* Feel younger and fitter!

Beginners and Improvers welcome
Weekly payment £10
6 week block payment £42
More information:
Call: Alison on 07966 578216

The Seaton Ross Witch

Seaton Ross has its very own witch! You can see Margaret Harper’s gravestone in the local churchyard dated June 1853 and bearing the now barely legible inscription:
The faults you have seen in me
Strive to avoid

Search your own hearts

And you’ll be well employed.
‘Peg’ Harper lived in an old thatched cottage behind the Wesleyian Chapel. The story goes that she was leaning on her garden gate when horses pulling a cart of grain stopped opposite and would move no further as a result of a spell she put on them.
Please refer to the website: for an interesting account of this tale, including detailed comment about the real person behind the story and the historical context.