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Education Grants For Students
The Sedgefield Charities' Trustees make awards each year to help students from lower income families who are taking up full time education beyond A level or its equivalent. Students of any age may apply, applicants must live in Bishop Middleham, Bradbury, Cornforth, Fishburn, Mordon, Sedgefield or Trimdon. For further information and an application form please contact the Clerk, Anne Gladwin;
Telephone: 01740 620811 e-mail: sedgefieldcharities@gmail.com
The closing date for applications is the 30th September, 2022.

New Weight Loss Class
12 X 1 hour weekly sessions (Thursday's) - must be able to attend 9 minimum
Female:  5-6PM, Male: 6.15-7.15PM
Held at Trimdon Grange Community Centre, see posters for more details or email MICHAEL.WILLIAMS58@NHS.NET

Trimdon Parish Council
has launched its new website. The site includes a directory section with listings for local services, community organisations and hospitality, together with emergency contact numbers. It contains a lot more helpful information than the last website and can be quickly updated by the Clerk. Please click on the link below to be taken directly to the site.
https://trimdonparishcouncil.gov.uk/

Trimdon Village PACT Meeting.
The next PACT meeting will be held on Thursday the 18th August 2022 6pm at the Village Hall.

Fires, Crime, ASB
If you want to add a comment about crime, ASB etc.  go to Incident Reports.

Village Library
The library has now returned to normal opening hours.

What's On at Trimdon Village hallVillage Hall
Summer holiday activities at Trimdon Village Hall

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Something to Say?
Do you have news, an article or announcement you'd like published? Use the Contact Form. Use our Guestbook for anything else. Family Research - updated 12th April 2021

Missed something? Recent snippets from the Home Page are moved to the Local Articles section. Other articles can be found via the Archives or a list of all pages on the Sitemap

Trimdon Snippets
Part of a series of three booklets compiled by local teacher and historian Eveline Johnson, this is a complete copy of the first edition.
First published in 1998, read it online now at https://snippets.trimdon.com

Photo Galleries
Our Galleries include more than 4,600 photos in hundreds of separate albums, most provided courtesy of website visitors. Latest additions are Trimdon, Sedgefield and Kelloe photos

History Section
Articles and personal accounts documenting Trimdon's past, including published booklets, wartime memories, mining  accounts and family histories.

Archives
Short snippets of interest which appeared only on the home page are saved to the Local Articles sections. Full page articles are never deleted - find them all here.

Genealogy Research
Visitors looking for family history info please use this section. Last entry 18th April 2022 - MacDonald / Billham / Chicken

Contact Us
Use the contact form on the website, or email directly. News, articles, photographs or anything you think would be of interest to website visitors welcome at any time 🙂
Contact Page.

Guestbook
The guestbook is for anyone to leave a message, question or opinion on anything related to Trimdon, and contains messages from 2004 onwards. Read it here - updated 27th Sept 2021

Crime & Incidents
Anything of interest can be recorded here.

Website Information
This website is a free resource for Trimdon Village, Station, Grange, Colliery and Deaf Hill.
Articles and photographs for submission gladly accepted from anyone, copyright of any such items remains with the original owner and will not be reused or forwarded elsewhere without the owners consent.
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