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Dec 30th 2004 at 08:20:36 PM
George Robson
Coquitlam BC Canada
HI Kurt and Tony Light, you guys won’t remember me, Tony we used to practice teakwondo, about 20 years ago…… Ane and i are both Shodan Shorinji kempo now.
Kurk give ya dad my email address, we used to go treasure hunting together, before you were born…
Happy newyear to you both.

Dec 28th 2004 at 06:39:38 AM
tony light
trimdon village
howdee!  ive been travelling the world for the last 15 months, couldnt believe it when i came across the website it brought back some great memories!

Dec 21st 2004 at 09:52:15 AM
trimdon then hartlepool
great web site looked at old photos good memories. keep it up.

Dec 20th 2004 at 08:32:29 PM
i canny

Dec 15th 2004 at 04:00:59 PM
Dale ‘yard dog’ Elliott
Deaf Hill
Alrite ted!
mite aswell put my note on here seen as though everyone else has. just want to say keep up the good work on the site its looking good!
Also the rash has FULLY cleared up now so im back in full working order again if you know what i mean, nan! (just incase there was any confusion.)
catch ya later, seven quid!!

Dec 15th 2004 at 01:47:18 PM
Little Jonny Lungat
Based in Hartlepool at the minute
Hi there,when a was told about this site a couldn’t believe it trimdon on the internet its FABULOUS really like the pictures ecspecially the Xmas ones gona ask me dad to take me to see it for real, keep up the good work

Dec 15th 2004 at 12:00:02 PM
Steven Hall (hally)
Trimdon Grange
Hi guys! Just a quick shout out to all my posse in the Trimdons. hope everyone has an absolutely fab xmas and new year.
p.s if your going to the pub over the festive season, remember leave the car at home…….

Dec 15th 2004 at 07:52:11 AM
Paul wilkinson (little wilky)
Trimdon Colliery
Hi yeah its me again just thought a could suggest a few idea’s for the site like to see more pictures of the locals there all really great people ecspecially all the dovey lads there my pals

Dec 13th 2004 at 04:10:54 PM
Kurt ‘bag rat’ Luke
Trimdon Colliery
Hey party people!
Just want to say a big HELLO to eveyone from Trimdon. Its great now we’ve got our own site, i couldnt believe it when i came across it i was amazed, i nearly wet myself!
Keep it easy dudes and peace man!!!!

Dec 13th 2004 at 04:02:46 PM
Dean ‘helmut’ Armstrong
Trimdon Colliery
I couldnt believe trimdon had its own site, its brilliant seeing the pictures ov the olden days

Dec 11th 2004 at 12:28:11 PM
Paul Wilkinson (wilkie)
Trimdon Collirey
Hi there, Was absolutely over the moon when i came across the website. I must say that i think its totally awesome! its good to see old pictures of the village. If anyone ever wants to catch up with me for a drink you can meet me in the royal on most eveninigs. hopefully see ya soon, wilkie.
p.s ROCKS!!!

Nov 25th 2004 at 07:18:53 PM
Rotherham,South Yorkshire
Hi Ken, Been keeping my eye on the Trimdon site since June,its comming on a treat with plenty of information Well done keep up the good work.
I will definately keep coming back. Best Wishes Patricia.

Nov 18th 2004 at 02:53:48 PM
Tricia Rickard
trimdon station
was bored at work and stumbled across this!!! carnt belive Trimdon is on tinternet!!!! saw my house on the ‘olden day pics’ MAD. will be poppin back for a look another time!!

Nov 12th 2004 at 09:14:51 PM
gary philipson
great site!! its nice to see the old village in the 21st century! i miss the place to bits. keep up the good work

Oct 26th 2004 at 12:50:11 PM
Les Hartwell
Edinburgh ( Trimdon Village)
Ken, found the Trimdon times during my lunch break, found it very interesting, the old photo’s of front street and the village green around the churh St Mary Magdalen’s. I was brought up in Boyne Farm for those of who remember us going around the doors selling potatoes from the back of a trailer and the pigeon lofts in the paddock filed which lead to the Legion Club which is now houses.
I joined Friends re-united but got very few replies, so for those of you out there reading this and remember me get typing. all the best

Jun 30th 2004 at 06:31:37 PM
George Robson
BC Canada
Re, William Wilson, try friends united, type in the school and the year you left, you will find a lot of names you may recognise. I am terrible for names, until i see a face. I don’t have any photo’s from around that period, best of luck with your search. George

Jun 30th 2004 at 09:00:16 AM
Rotherham South Yorkshire
Hi Ken, At last a contact with my birth place , great photos brings back a lot of childhood memories. Keep up the good work lets have more news from the Trimdons

Jun 29th 2004 at 11:12:40 PM
George and Anne Robson
British Columbia, Canada
A very interesting site , We are very happy that someone has taken the time and interest to gather informaton on our former villages. Re William Wilson, I was at Trimdon Secondary school circa 1966, The name rings a bell , but hey , they say if you remember the 60’s you wern’t there.

Jun 20th 2004 at 10:11:42 AM
Dave Hardy
Witton Gilbert
Very good site, easy to navigate well laid out and easy on the eyes. I keep looking for other villages in Co Durham to encourage them to join “Co Durham Village Web Sites” am pleased you found me, if you need any more photos or old OS maps you could try Beamish Museum, they have tons of stuff, just make an appointment via Jim Lawson pop down and have a look see on the system, keep up the good work.

Jun 12th 2004 at 11:29:59 AM
Eileen Thirling
Trimdon Station
Interesting site will vist again.

Apr 13th 2004 at 07:13:13 PM
William Wilson
Retford NOTTS
wish to contact anybody who went to trimdon secondary modern up to 1966. I was known as “Billy Wilson” and any old photos from my school days would be gratefull as i have lost all of mine

Mar 11th 2004 at 04:57:45 PM
Marjorie Ramsay
Trimdon Village
Came across the site by accident but am intrigued, so much so that I’ve bookmarked it. Will keep popping back to check progress. Well done!

Feb 22nd 2004 at 02:14:38 PM
michael evans jnr
station road
alrite we not only on the map but the net now. well done ken

Feb 13th 2004 at 07:40:02 PM
George Ford
Deaf Hill
Nice one Ken, it’s really taking shape, keep up the good work.

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