Vicar’s July retirement
The Revd. Michael Thompson, Team Vicar in the Parish of the Upper Skerne, will retire on July 31st, four years after accepting the post and making his home at Trimdon Grange.
Cuddle Cot Appeal
Mother-of-four Tina Davidson is to take part in a 5km obstacle run to raise £1600 for a special ‘cuddle cot’ to help grieving parents of babies who are ‘born sleeping’.
Local Info Updates
Library 'What's On' updated for July, Grange Community Centre 'Sugarcraft' plus Village Hall timetable updated for 2018 including May 'Fun Day''
The Bishop Middleham exhibition exceeds all expectations, with 33 dresses on display plus children's entries.
Many articles have been added which relate to our wider area, or Sedgefield in particular. Latest items added Sunday 13th May. For convenience they have been gathered together here:
Charity Cycle Ride
Trimdon councillor Peter Brookes and friends are to cycle nonstop a distance of 230 miles to raise funds for the British Legion
Our Photo Galleries are home to hundreds of photos, including sets depicting Trimdon many years ago and more recent scenes. Many collections were sent in by website visitors, including family albums and events.
Latest additions to our galleries are Trimdon Walkabout photos from December 2017, courtesy of George Ford
Research - 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 20th May 2018 - McHale)
The guestbook has been updated to make it easier to add messages. It is available for anyone to use to leave a message, question or opinion on anything related to Trimdon, and contains messages from 2004 onwards. – no log-in or sign-up required. Last message added 11th May 2018. Read it here.
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