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Various - Trimdon - Music & Songs From The Trimdon Folk Club (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Malkis
    Trimdon Station is an offspring of Trimdon Village which was the original Trimdon. Trimdon Grange is also another branch of the parent village, the three Trimdons being very confusing to strangers. The word Trimdon is commonly thought to have been derived from the time when King Canute in got.
  2. Tojagis
    Trimdon Angling Club. Donation not possible at the moment. Share. Tweet. Copy URL. Small angling club who want to encourage youngsters to enjoy fishing and the local environment. Our club has started on a project to improve the flooding and access to and around our pond, install both recycled plastic fishing platforms and TWO dipping ponds for.
  3. Akinobar
    Trimdon, England, United Kingdom Trimdon Cycling Club was established 10 years ago to promote and encourage Cycling in Trimdon, Sedgefield and the surrounding area Join Club.
  4. Mur
    Trimdon Times, Trimdon, United Kingdom. K likes. Visit the Trimdon Times website at suntimamamahardgeraziplanore.coinfo or suntimamamahardgeraziplanore.coinfo for the latest updates, history and more.
  5. Mazular
    Trimdon is a village in County Durham, in England (earlier Tremeldon () or Tremedon ()).. It is 9 miles west of Hartlepool, and adjacent to Trimdon Colliery, Trimdon Grange and Deaf Hill (also known as Trimdon Station). Locally, to distinguish it from these it is known as Trimdon Village or simply "The Village". The main focal point of "The Village" is Saint Mary Magdalene church.
  6. Mat
    Explore releases from Trimdon Folk Band at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Trimdon Folk Band at the Discogs Marketplace. Various - Trimdon - Music & Songs From The Trimdon Folk Club ‎ (LP, Album) Trimdon Folk: TI UK: Sell This Version: 1 – 1 of 1.
  7. Akiktilar
    A selection of old Trimdon Station and Deaf Hill photographs from several people – many thanks to all contributors. Your photos always welcome – please use the Contact Form. Photo no 1 provided courtesy of Mary Varvill, who sent this photo of no.2 Commercial Street. Varvill’s bought it from Eileen Moor, who bought it from Bells.
  8. Mooguk
    Some of the Trimdon school photos go back to the early ’s, with many from the 50’s and 60’s. There is a display of old postcards, some depicting Trimdon scenes, but a large number are postcards sent home from soldiers during the 2nd World Wars.

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