Trimdon Village PACT meeting is 6pm Wednesday 11th December at the Community College.
Grange and Colliery meeting is 6pm Monday 16th at Trimdon Grange community centre.
The Trimdon Village Christmas lights were officially switched on at 6pm Friday 6th December.
Trimdon Station Community Centre
Christmas posters from the Station Road centre
Christmas Church Services
A brief overview of festive season services at St Mary Magdalene and other nearby churches, kindly provided by the Sedgefield Area Churches Together publicity officer – see this page.
Christmas Coffee Morning
At the Village library, Tuesday 17th December, 10.00 – 12.00. Come along to this free event for hot & cold refreshments. Wishing all our Borrowers a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
(Library closed 12.45pm on 24th December until 9.30am January 2014)
Trimdon Colliery Club Burglary
Christmas Junior Craft Competition
Trimdon Village Library, Tuesday 19th November to Thursday 19th December 2013.
Come along to the library and choose from four different Christmas pictures.
Take the picture home to decorate and return it with your contact details on the back.
There are three age groups: 4-6; 7-9; 10-12
Winners will be contacted by phone after 5pm on December 19th
at Trimdon Grange Community Centre, Starts 9th December 4:00 – 5:30pm. Ages 5-13 Years, various activities, check poster for details.
Community Funding Results
The Your Money, Your Area, Your Views Community Grants Fund event held at Sedgefield on 23rd November has seen various local groups awarded grants towards their activities. Full list here.
Deaf Hill Banner Group
The Banner Group would like to thank those who supported us at Sedgefield School on Saturday 23rd Nov. While we were unsuccessful in attracting funding we will be carrying on and hope to keep the traditions and heritage of the community flying. Congratulations to all of the local groups who were successful and thanks again.
Deaf Hill Banner Group
Trimdon Station Boundary Markers
The Foundry Parish Council are proposing to commission an artist to design and construct two new entrance signs at the main entrances into Trimdon Station – Deaf Hill from Thornley Road and on Wingate Road. Full details here.
Trimdon Station Memorial Project
The village lost its permanent war memorial when the village church closed. This project would incorporate that memorial and our mining heritage. More information here.
Can You Help? (updated 26th June 2013)
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Read our Guestbook: last entry made on 6th November 2013
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