Improving Mental Health in Men Conference
Deaf Hill Ward Regeneration Partnership, who manage Trimdon Station Community Centre, are delighted their manager has been approached to speak in London. Details here.
Pit Banner Appeal
An appeal bid has been launched to save and replicate one of the oldest miners’ banners in the North-East. Trimdon Colliery Banner Group is seeking help to fund the project which will see the village’s pit banner brought back to life and the fragment from the 124-year-old original preserved. Full article in the Northern Echo.
Trimdon Parish Council is holding its first Scarecrow Competition 1 – 12 June 2016. Start making your scarecrow NOW and let’s make this a successful event! Application forms can be downloaded here, for MS Word or Adobe PDF.
Month Of Walking
A month of healthy walking activities has been launched by Durham County Council as it announces it is taking part in the Everybody Active North East campaign.
DLI 10th Infantry
Volunteers are being urged to “join up” and help unearth the history of the Durham Light Infantry’s “Shiny Tenth”. The first research session will take place at County Hall on Saturday 11 June from 10am to 12.30pm, people living elsewhere in the country or overseas can also take part in the project by contributing online – details here.
Grange Community Centre
Weekly ‘What’s On’ updated 5th May 2016, includes an introduction to different sugarcraft techniques at Trimdon Grange, FREE If you are in receipt of any means tested benefit such as JSA, ESA, WTC etc.
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Family Research – Can You Help?
This section is available for anyone who would like to ask genealogy or other queries of Trimdon families. Many people ask for information regarding their family tree etc. – perhaps you could help? (updated 22nd May 2016)
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