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Window Smashed
Police are investigating damage to a house window that happened just before 8.30am Saturday 27th June in Windsor Street. A glass bottle was thrown at the window which smashed it. A male wearing a grey hoody top was seen to run away towards the back of the Carpet shop. If you have any information please contact PC 530 Stewart in the Resolution Team, HQ quoting incident reference number DHM-27062020-0113 .

Trimdon Parish
Minutes for January/February meetings have now been published. Due to Covid restrictions no other meetings have been held so far this year.

Trimdon United Juniors
Safeguarding Children & Codes of Conduct, update 17th June from Ian Grimley, Secretary TUJ FC

Coronavirus Lockdown
Local help is available for the elderly and people in isolation etc. - check
Trimdon Grange Community Centre
or Trimdon Community College for more info.

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Support from Durham County Council;
Extra support for Area Action Partnerships
Council Tax Reduction
DCC Response and Community Support
Financial Support from Durham County Council
DCC advice and information

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Trimdon Village Foodbank
The food-bank is always set up to ensure social distancing is there to protect you and our volunteers. Assessments are taking place with 2 metre government guidelines in place.
Please remember Trimdon Village Foodbank is at Trimdon Village Hall and open every Tuesday from 1400-1600 for donations as well as food required.
Emergency parcels are also available at other places. You don't have to wait if you need food. We are also working closely with Trimdon Grange Community Centre who are offering frozen meals to those financially affected by Covid19.
Please Contact peter.brookes@durham.gov.uk 03000268689 jude.grant@durham.gov.uk 03000268755

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