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Pet Service at Trimingham Church

There will be Pet Services in our Church at 10.30am on Sunday 2nd November, and will take the place of normal morning service, please bring your pets along, whatever size or species. It would be lovely to have a good variety and Jan is looking forward to meeting all of ten..

Sunday 2nd November


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Trimingham Harvest celebrations

Our Harvest Supper will take place on Saturday 18th October with the sittings at 12 noon and 5pm at Pilgrim Shelter. The meal will be jacket potatoes with toppings and salad garnish, followed by trifle and/or fruit crumble/apple pie. The cost is £5 per head. Please book with Matt on 833945 or Liz on 834965. Donations of perishable and non-perishable good can be brought to the Shelter on Saturday and they will be put into the Church before the Harvest Service.

Our Harvest Songs of Praise will take place in our Church at 4.00pm on Sunday 19th October. There will be singing of harvest hymns, accompanied by Seaside Harmonies (formerly Thorpe Market Church Musicians). All donated non-perishable items will go the Cromer Food Bank and any perishables will be auctioned after the service and money given to the Food Bank. Please deliver your harvest donations before the Service or bring them with you when come to enjoy the Service. .

Saturday 18th October


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Newsletter OCTOBER 2014

Newsletter OCTOBER 2014.


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Newsletter SEPTEMBER 2014

Newsletter SEPTEMBER 2014.


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The Reynolds Family

Thomas Bell Reynolds was born in about 1860 in Paston and married Anna Elizabeth Loads, daughter of James Loads, in 1885 in Erpingham. .


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Trimingham Church

The Church was built 1294Dedications to The Head of St John the Baptist are very rare, and could be unique. Trimingham Parish Church is the only church in England dedicated to the head of St John the Baptist


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First World War

Lest we forget 1914-1918

Welcome to the North Norfolk Coastal Village of Trimingham

The village features the medieval Church of The Head of St John the Baptist which has a fine Rood Screen and carvings by Rev Page. The village is in an area of Special Scientific Interest, and on occasions rare birds visit the area. There are footpaths and quiet lanes for dog walkers and ramblers.