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19 Responses to “Guestbook”

  1. sme07 Says:

    Nice website, hope to be a regular contributor too!

  2. Stephen Stannrs (seatondelaval.o) Says:

    Hey! The website is looking good, Thank you for adding my link to the links page by the way. I am going to email you with some things later on (today I hope). I have added your link to my links page. I hope the website picks up soon and you get more hits.

  3. Allan Says:

    Hi Dylan,
    Very impressed with the site, neat and tidy and informative. Something Seghill has need for a long time, its own website. Keep up the good work.
    Added a link to your site.
    Allan

  4. alan hill Says:

    Lovely little site I came across by accident. I especially liked reading some of those recent “Spotlight” issues covering local people and places.

    Now,how about starting a genealogy or family history section, to generate even more interest in the magazine, more hits for Seghill, and, who knows, possibily even more customers for advertisers.

    “Spotlight” (or even the main website), might be a good place for it, since the number of people born in and around what we once called Seaton Valley who now live outside the district, but still have local connections, must run into many thousands.

    Lots of them, from personal experience, spend many hours (and a good deal of cash!) researching their family history and often run into what genealogists call “brick walls”, places where the family tree ends because further information is not readily available.

    Often, a simple message, containing a fact or two, is all that is required to get the family history moving once more.

    It’s also a great way to make friends, find long-lost relatives and virtually travel the world without even leaving home. Hardly a week goes by that I don’t make new contacts in various parts of the globe.

    Only a week or two ago I discovered some of my relatives used to trade with a butcher’s shop in one of the western states of the USA. Nothing remarkable about that it would seem. But when one of the butcher assistants turns out to have the name “Butch Cassidy” a far different picture starts to emerge!

    Anyone interested in the possibility of starting a Family History or Genealogy Group for Seghill, or perhaps Blyth Valley as a whole, is invited to get in touch with me. My e-mail is spamalan.hill@clear.net.nz. NOTE: Remove the word “spam” from the address and you should get a green light from my ISP.

  5. thomas carr Says:

    not a bad sight,have a geek at mine from a bloke in germany from blyth.

    Cheers.

  6. Stephen Stanners (owner of seatondelaval.org) Says:

    Hello Everyone. I am just letting you know that my Seaton Delaval website http://www.seatondelaval.org is experiencing some problems due to provider changes. It should be sorted soon. We will be back online ASAP. Sorry for any inconvenience.

    Stephen – http://www.seatondelaval.org

  7. Stephen Stanners (owner of seatondelaval.org) Says:

    Great News! Seatondelaval.org is back online! Sorry for the down-time it was beyond our control!

  8. Fathr Phil Hughes Vicar of Seghill Says:

    Good to see a website re Seghill, but sadly no mention of Holy Trinity Church? The Parish Church for Seghill.
    Since 1846 there have been Vicars of Seghill, and I am the current one!
    Father Phil Hughes.

  9. Fathr Phil Hughes Vicar of Seghill Says:

    Good to see a website re Seghill.
    But sadly no mention of The Parish Church of Holy Trinity Seghill?
    There have been Vicars here since 1846, I am the current one!
    Father Phil Hughes.

  10. Stephen Stanners (owner of seatondelaval.org) Says:

    As most of you will be aware of by now, Seaton Valley Spotlight is no longer around because of the lack of funding however later this year a new magazine is going to be created. Are you interested in getting involved in this project? You may be interested in journalism or photography, well if this sounds like you or someone you know we want you to get in touch. Please contact Stephen Stanners on stephenstanners@seatondelaval.org or by phoning 0789 269 6394. We look forward to seeing you there.

  11. Stephen Stanners (owner of seatondelaval.org) Says:

    We have a date for the Planning Committee meeting to consider SITA’s planning application. We have been advised informally that this is to be held on Tuesday 29th July 2008 at County Hall, Morpeth. We need as many people as possible to attend and show there disapproval to the proposed extension.

  12. Stephen Stanners (owner of seatondelaval.org) Says:

    Forgot to mention Meet outside at 5pm.

  13. Rachel Says:

    I agree with needing a Holy Trinity section, i’ve spent many a happy hour walking through its grounds it is a beautiful, historic part of our community. lovely to see a seghill website!

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