Christmas Coffee Morning
At Trimdon Library Tuesday 9th December, 10am – 12.30pm
Winter Car Safety Checks
Car safety checks, along with MOT’s, are carried out by qualified technicians and are available “while you wait’ at Durham County Council service centres. Details and prices here.
Free Skills Workshop
Thinking of starting your own business? Find how websites work, search engine optimisation, social media marketing made easy and more. The workshop will take place on 24th November 9.30-12.30pm at Novus Business Centre, Peterlee, see the poster for full details.
Photos from the Memorial Gardens in Trimdon Station, provided courtesy of George Ford. Go to the gallery here.
Aladdin at Station Road Community Centre, 20th December at 2pm, tickets £4 per person (under 3yrs free).
Sedgefield Police Message
We are conscious that the number of dwelling burglaries have increased in recent weeks, due to this we feel that the attached advice is suitable to be mindful of – click poster to read
Durham County Council Press Releases:
Explore Your Archives
Durham County Record Office is supporting national Explore Your Archives Week by reminding people of the amazing resources available to residents who are interested in local and family history. Details here.
Fun Day For Voting
A free fun day at Sedgefield next month will reveal which youth projects have been successful in getting a slice of £40,000 funding. More info.
Crackdown On Flytipping
The council is working in partnership with Durham Police, Crimestoppers and the Environment Agency to target flytippers and ensure householders understand their responsibilities in making sure their waste is disposed of properly. Details here.
Be A Good Neighbour
A press release from Durham County Council asking people to be on the look-out for rogue traders who may target the elderly or unsuspecting. Details here
A page set aside for residents to air their views on anything related to life in Trimdon, see it here.
Fibre Broadband For Trimdon
Pupils from Trimdon Junior School joined Digital Durham to discover what better broadband at home will mean for them and to explore the fibre broadband bus. Read more here.
A policy issued to the public tonight at the Trimdon Foundry Parish meeting is seen as seriously restricting the public’s participation in Parish Council meetings, as reported by attendees at the meeting. Read it here.
Lost Cat Alert:
Bill is one of a duo (the other one is Ted!) – he is ginger and white with 2 collars, one black one blue, and very chatty. Please can you check garages and sheds, or if you know his whereabouts please contact Katie on 07733537845 or contact Trimdon Times
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Can You Help?
(updated 23rd July 2014 – last entry re: Chaytor and Austin family research)
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