Community Centre, Sherburn Village


Sherburn Community Centre is located at 79 Front Street, Sherburn Village in County Durham. Details of events are available on the centre's Facebook pages. The Centre occupies the former Co-Operative store, which was established in 1899 as a branch of Sherburn Hill Co-operative Society. New frontage was added to the building after it became the Community Centre. In 2014, Sherburn Village Parish Council installed a clock on the outside of the building to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, to honour the sacrifices made by residents of Sherburn Village and surrounding villages.[1] On Remembrance Day that year, a exhibition of First World War artefacts and memorabilia was held in the community centre.

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Sherburn Community Centre

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Memorial Clock

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World War One Weapons

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Miners at War - Banners

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Sherburn Village Clock

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World War One Plaque

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Sherburn Community Centre
- Facebook pages of the Community Centre, including details of upcoming events.

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The Whisky Priests, Sherburn Village Community Centre, Durham, England, 24th September 2016

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