Can You Help? (updated 15th April 2014)
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?
Trimdon Grange Community Centre
Punch & Judy – Free for Under 5′s Sat 26th April 10.30-11.30am
New Classes at Trimdon Grange community centre. Free IT and Maths/English courses may be available at the centre in the near future. See the IT Poster or Maths Poster.
Latest Police Report
The March 2014 update from the Trimdon Village beat officer
Trimdon Station Policing
Recent activity and PACT dates for 2014 from the officers covering Trimdon Station and Deaf Hill
Food and Craft Fair
Trimdon Grange Community Centre intend to set up a new food and craft market in Trimdon Grange.
Trimdon Colliery MUGA.
Multiskills and Multisport weekly sessions are taking place Wednesdays 3.30pm – 5.30pm between 30th April and 27th August (provisionally). These will be aimed at age groups 8-11 years and 11 plus, and the sessions are free.
Free Funfair Rides
Once again Carnival Fun Fairs are offering their deluxe Fun Fair rides free of charge to any local school or group for there School Fayre or Community Fundraiser. The rides go down a storm and booking is on a 1st come,1st served basis. For more information please tel PAUL on 07836 350507.
Minutes for Trimdon Parish Council meetings, covering the Village, Grange and Colliery, are now available to view online courtesy of the Parish Council, including Minutes for the March meeting.
An outline planning application has been submitted for up to 30 dwellings on land to the south of Broadway Avenue, Trimdon Village. The reference number is DM/14/00678/OUT. More info on the DCC website here.
Junior Easter Competition
Tues 25th Feb – Thurs 17th April at Trimdon Village library
Articles For Sale?
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Members Initiative Fund (MIF)
The Members Initiative Fund is an allocation of funds that is made to all elected Members to support local new and additional community and voluntary projects in their area. Details here of funds spent in the ward so far in the financial year 2013-2014
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