Organised by Trimdon Foundry parish council, the event is on Saturday 12th September at Trimdon Station Welfare Park and the gates open at 4.15pm. Entrance is via the Memorial Garden only. The concert starts at 5pm and there will be performances from the Deaf Hill School Choir, Dance It Live It, Trimdon Concert Brass, Wings Over Abbey Road, Ben Lucas and Aryana. We encourage everyone to bring their own picnic, seats and rugs. Fingers crossed for some good weather! If anyone would like tickets they can contact Carole Bell on 07773200104
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.
Anyone for Pilates?
Trimdon Health Trainers would like your views on a Pilates class , Have you considered the benefits of Pilates, and would you like a class to be held at Trimdon Grange Community centre? Give us your views and suggest times that are best for the residents of Trimdon . Call Emma on 07890642685 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Would anyone be interested in a soccer tots-to-teens football academy (ages 3 – 13)? To be run in various venues around the Trimdon’s, Fishburn and Sedgefield, after school and weekends. To start in September if people are interested. Please contact Trimdon Station Community Centre on 01429 882200 for more information, or email email@example.com
Trucks Charity Run
A charity Coast to Coast run in aid of The Great North Air Ambulance passed through Trimdon Village 6th August 2015 on it’s way to the finish at Hartlepool. Photos on our galleries courtesy of George Ford
Not just for those claiming JSA, anyone looking for better paid work, a job with more hours or any other reason they may wish to use it. Details on the poster, or contact the Station Road community centre.
New Age Kurling
Tuesdays 11-12pm at Trimdon Grange community centre, a fun and nice gentle exercise for all age groups (16+). Just pop along to the centre to join in – no charge, a free activity with Health Trainer Elliott Snowball.
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 26/3/15)
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