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Guestbook Messages 2015
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Sunday 26th July 2015 at 9.00pm
Name: V. Woodward
I lived in the Cemetery House in Deaf Hill from 1960 – 1966/67. I can still remember the happy times there as a child.

Wednesday 1st April 2015 at 11.30am
Name: Valerie Slater
Thank you for a lovely site to visit! Thoroughly enjoyed the pics and info :) My ancestors lived in Trimdon so its nice to see where my roots are from :)

Wednesday 1st April 2015 at 11.30am
Name: Robert Libbey
Message: well im glad I moved out of trimdon as in the passed I got blamed for any thing and now iv been away it gos to show that other lads are doing stuff like burgs and steeling NOT ME but did I ever get a sorry no so wat ever happens to trimdon happens

Thursday 26th March 2015 at 11.00am
Name: Mike Stone
I am looking for any information about my grandfather, Henry Stone who was living in Cooperative terrace Trimdon at the time of the 1911 census. He was a shot firer and presumably worked in one of the local pits. Any information would be much appreciated.

Saturday 28th February 2015 at 6.30pm
Name: Elsie Nicol

Message: Has anyone got a photo of the 1948/49 Trimdon Grange School Football Team?

Friday 30th January 2015 at 3.50pm
Name: Bobby
Message: The fire station in the Grange was at the bottom of Peel Avenue next to the farm house. Peel Avenue is the first street on the left coming from the Colliery. A new farm house was built on the other side of the road which was part of Jack Robsons orchard. The fire station was pulled down a long time before the new farm house was built. Bobby, Sedgefield

Thursday 22nd January 2015 at 1.00pm
Name: Christine Fellows
Message: Hi,my husband Paul went out for a walk on the 21st January in the trees at the back of Grange Terrace in Trimdon Grange,and he has lost his I phone. If anyone finds it can you drop it in at Sue’s. My husband has dementia and his mobile is his life line.Thanks Christine
>>>> update 26th January 2015:
Hi,Just wanted to let the readers know that my Husband’s phone has been found. A kind person from Trimdon Colliery handed it in yesterday. Thanks Christine

Tuesday 20th January 2015 at 11.40pm
Name: Stewart Clatworthy
Message: The fire station was the last building on left as you left the Colliery heading for the Grange,it then became a cinema and shared its films with the Grange picture picture house,local youths used to cycle between the two ferrying the reels of film. It was also the first start point for Jack Pauls DLI Engineering.

  • Sunday 21st December 2014 at 7.00pm
    Name: Malcolm Merifield
    Message: I seem to remember a fire station in the yard of what was the Coop Store.This was just up the street from where the old school is situated,I can`t think of anywhere else it could be.
  • Friday 27th November 2014 at 6.00pm
    Name: Bob Brown
    Message: Hi. can anyone remember the fire station in Trimdon Grange? Bobby, Sedgefield.


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