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Driving Out Litter
A crackdown on rubbish being thrown from vehicles and dumped at the roadside is to be launched in County Durham.
A new Pilates class starts November 4th at Trimdon Station Community Centre – full details on their pages here.
There have been a number of complaints raised regarding the parking of vehicles at the junction of the B1278 Salters Lane and Kielder Drive near to the Community Centre. You are advised that the Highway Code states do not park opposite or within 10 metres (32 feet) of a junction, except in an authorised parking space. Remember we would rather educate than penalise and the safety of road users and pedestrians has to be a priority. Please do not park or cause any obstructions to other road users or pedestrians, failure to adhere can result in a fixed penalty notice being issued.
This matter is being dealt with by: Pc1636 John Seymour & PCSO 7354 Taylor
Children’s colouring competition at Trimdon Village library, 26th Sept to 24th Oct, details on the Library page here.
Dance It, Live It
Amazing support for a new fundraising collection after charity bags stolen in July – full story here.
Also the dance school is named Junior Sports Club of the Year, details and pictures here.
Prom In The Park
Photos from 12th September’s popular Picnic Prom in the Park event at Trimdon Station on our galleries here.
Painting For Pleasure
This group meets most Thursday’s during term time. 1pm – 4pm summertime, 1pm – 3pm throughout winter after the clocks go back. £35 for 10 weeks, free taster session for anyone interested in joining the group. If you would like any more information, please do not hesitate to contact the group via the Painting For Pleasure Facebook page.
Trimdon Village Hall
Updated ‘ What’s On’ at the hall, plus details of a charity night held at Cinnamon Spice Club on behalf of the Village Hall – details here.
Grants of up to £40,000 are on offer to community groups that support older people or are working to improve health and wellbeing. East Durham Rural Area Action Partnership (AAP) is offering the cash to groups, organisations and schools working in its area – details here.
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 6th Oct 2015)
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Our galleries contain hundreds of photographs related to Trimdon and covering a wide range of subjects; history, recent pics, family albums and various personal collections kindly provided by numerous website visitors.
The Guestbook and Comments pages are available for anyone to use to leave a message, question or opinion on anything related to Trimdon – no log-in or sign-up required. The Guestbook contains messages from visitors from 2004 onwards.
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