TRUNCH YARD/GARAGE SALE SUNDAY 8th MAY

TRUNCH YARD SALE

SUNDAY 8th MAY

10am-3pm

 

Yes, it’s back!!!  Start collecting together all the things you no longer want or use and get ready to make some money from recycling from your own garden/drive.  It couldn’t be more convenient.  There will be refreshments available at the Village Hall and the Methodist Church to encourage people to stay and have a good look around.

 

We will be producing a map of the village to show who is taking part and where you are.  If you would like to participate, please hand your name and address into the shop with your £5 fee by no later than Wednesday 20th April.

 

This has been a very successful event in the past, so please support this event if you can.  All funds raised go to Trunch Village Society to support residents and groups in the village.

 

Thank You.

THE CROWN AT TRUNCH

The Crown at Trunch

Sitting proudly at the heart of Trunch you’ll find The Crown. A traditional village pub with a warm, friendly welcome. Whether you’re there for a quick drink or a few, you’ll find a comfortable, cosy pub.

The Crown pub is now under new management. The new manager Bex welcomes you to the Crown at Trunch

Telephone: 01263 722341                   Email: pub@thecrowattrunch.co.uk                    Web Site: >>www.thecrownattrunch.co.uk

Opening Times

Monday and Tuesday           4.00pm – 9.00pm

Wednesday and Thursday  11.00am – 10.oopm

Friday and Saturday            11.00am – 11.00pm

Sunday                                    11.30am – 8.30pm

Food Served

Wednesday and Thursday   12noon – 8.00pm

Friday and Saturday             12noon – 8.30pm

Sunday                                    12noon – 4.00pm

Refer, also, to the Main Page under the LIVING tab

QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE CELEBRATION – Friday 3rd JUNE on the PADDOCK

 

An event to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee is being held on 3rd June 1pm – 7pm in the paddock

Live music from local singers, a ukulele band with Musicology Disco

Face Painting and Punch & Judy Show

Competitions – Wellie Throwing and Tug O’War 

Games – Hole in One,  Aunt Sally, Buzz Wire, Bowling, Splat the Rat, Coconut Shy

 Hot Doughnuts , Tea and Coffee on Sale

WHATS ON IN AND AROUND TRUNCH DURING 2022

Schedule of  Planned Events known

Venue at Trunch Village Hall unless stated otherwise

April

2nd     Concert in aid of the Ukrainian Refugees at St Botolph’s

8th      Coffee Morning 10.00am – 12noon

9th      Spring Flower Show

16th    Music night -Hi definition – Social Club

30th    Dixie Mix Jazz Band at St Botolph’s

May

3rd      Garden Society Talk -Wild Orchids – Community room

8th     Village Garage/Yard Sale

11 th   Trunch Village Society AGM by Zoom

13th   Coffee Morning

22nd   Consone Quartet at St Botolph’s

June

1st – 5th Beer Festival – Social club

2nd    Queens Jubilee

3rd     Queens Jubilee Celebration at The Paddock

4th     Alice in Wonderland at St Botolph’s

This is my Theatre

4th     Queens Jubilee

7th      Garden Society Talk – Friend or Foe -Community Room

10th    Coffee Morning

12th    Village Fete at Swafield Hall

July

8th      Coffee Morning

9th      National Garden Scheme Open Day at Swafield Hall

16th    Summer Flower Show

16th    Icknield Piano Trio at St Botolph’s

August

2nd    Garden Society Outing to Natural Surroundings

6th      Sheringham Shantymen at St Botolph’s

8th– 14th  Southrepps Music Festival at St James S’repps

12th    Coffee Morning

27th     Vocal Concert by Maria or William Falconer at St Botolph’s

September

3rd       Rachel Fryer and Andrew Roberts at St Botolph’s

9th       Coffee Morning

17th     Autumn Flower Show

October

4th      Garden Society Talk -Gardening for Wildlife -Community Room

14th     Coffee Morning

15th     Pantaloons – Great Expectations at St Botolph’s

November

11th     Coffee Morning

26th     Christmas Theatre at St Boltoph’s

December

4th      Garden Society – Christmas Jolly -Social Club

9th       Coffee Morning

10th     Candlelit Concert by S’repps Chorale  at St Botolph’s

We look forward to your company at these events

TRUNCH FRIENDS – FEBRUARY NEWS

Trunch Friends February 2022

We had 25 members turn up for our first AGM since Covid forced a stop to all meetings. With Marilyn (chairman) and Andi (treasurer) both standing down we had to have a bit of a change about.  The new (temporary) committee agreed to run for 6 months.  We have a full programme arranged to take us through until and including September.  We have Brian Hedge coming to talk to us about ‘Memories of North Walsham’ on 8th March and Peter Horsefield about ‘Aspects of India’ on 17th April.

We will have a membership card with a diary of meetings for members ready for next month so you will not miss anything of interest to you.  Meetings will be £2 on the door for members and £3 on the door for visitors.

New members are always welcome.  For further details contact:

Paula Adams (secretary) 01263 277586 danbryeli89@gmail.com

Jackie Hudson (chairman) 01263 720866 karatekween@hotmail.com

TREE PLANTING IN TRUNCH- MORE PLANTING SESSIONS PLANNED

The tree planting project is to plant tree saplings and ‘hedglings’ along the Mundesley and Knapton Roads. Come and join in and do your bit to help the planet survive.

Future dates to be announced

If you would like to join us please contact Dave Burns  davidburns@dbaconsulting.co.uk or 07831 394346

TRUNCH CONCERTS- ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND 4th June at St Botolph’s 4pm & 7pm

Programme for 2022

Sunday 22-May Consone Quartet at  St Botolph’s
Saturday 04-Jun Alice in Wonderland This is My Theatre at St Botolph’s

Saturday 02-Jul Andrew Roberts & Rachel Fryer at St Botolph’s

Saturday 16-Jul Andrew Roberts & Rachel Fryer at St Botolph’s

Saturday 06-Aug Sheringham Shantymen at St Botolph’s

Saturday 27-Aug Vocal Concert Maria or William Falconer at St Botolph’s

Saturday 17-Sep Andrew Roberts & Rachel Fryer at St Botolph’s

Saturday 15-Oct Pantaloons – Great Expectations at St Botolph’s

Saturday 26-Nov Christmas Theatre at St Botolph’s

Saturday 10-Dec Candlelit Concert  by Southrepps Chorale St Botolph’s

For details of each concert, timings and prices see Notice

WHAT’S ON IN TRUNCH – REGULAR EVENTS

Regular Village Events 

Name of Event –  Date – Venue – Time – Who to contact via ‘Contact’ tab on Home Page

Special Events

Tree / Hedge Planting Events (Volunteers Needed) – Around Trunch TBC Trunch PC Dave Burns

Regular Events
Book Club – 4th Monday each month Trunch Village Hall 2pm – 4pm Mrs H Tyler
Guitar and Uke Lessons – Tuesdays Trunch Village Hall 7pm – 8pm Rob Ward
Guitar and Uke Lessons – Friday Trunch Village Hall 9am – 10am Rob Ward
Knitters and Stitchers – 3rd Monday each month Trunch Village Hall 2.15pm – 4.15pm Mrs V Dagley
Pilates – Wednesday Trunch Village Hall 10.30pm -11.30am Mrs S Powley
Sewing Group 2nd Monday each Month Trunch Village Hall 9am – 12noon Currently Full
Tae Kwondo – Sundays Trunch Village Hall 10am – 12noon Mr R Underhill
Trunch Table Tennis – Monday and Wedensday Trunch Village Hall 7pm – 10.00/10.30pm Mr A Robinson
Yoga – Thursdays Trunch Village Hall 7.30pm – 9pm Mrs V Carmen
Zumba – Tuesdays Trunch Village Hall 10am-11am Mrs J Weston
Zumba Seated – Tuesdays Trunch Village Hall 11.45am – 12.45pm Mrs J Weston

 

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TRUNCH PARISH COUNCIL -THE NEXT MEETING ON Wednesday 4th May at 7.30pm by Zoom

Due to the spread of the Coronavirus Parish Council meetings are being held using video conferencing by Zoom

The next Ordinary Parish Council meeting is on Wednesday 4th May 2022 at 7.30pm by Zoom

If you have any issues for inclusion on the AGENDA please let me know by Friday  23rd April at clerk@trunchparishcouncil.co.uk You can always make contact with the Clerk or any other Councillor. Contact details are on the Parish Council web site www.trunchparishcouncil.co.uk

LATEST NEWS

CORONAVIRUS

Population of Norfolk 907,760

24.3% of North Norfolk’s  population are OAP’s. The highest % in the UK

9.5% of North Norfolk’s population are over 80yrs. The 2nd highest in the UK

Wash hands – Cover Face – Make Space

Look out for the elderly and vulnerable.

By pulling together we can beat this dreadful virus.

VILLAGE WELFARE FUND

If in coming weeks, due to cash flow, you start to struggle with your finances such that buying food becomes a problem or if you know of a neighbour in a similar situation, then please contact :-

David Burns at 07831 394346 / davidburns@dbaconsulting.co.uk

Chris and Jenny at 01263 722072 / trunchcornerstores@yahoo.co.uk

We don’t want anyone in the village to worry about food and paying for it whilst there is so much else to concern all of us during this difficult time, so just ask and we will do our best to support you if that situation arises.

TRUNCH TRADES

Considering starting your own business and not sure how to start and need help.

A Group of local business people can give you guidance in developing a business model, building a business plan, marketing support, ongoing coaching /mentoring and provide a mini start up grant.

If you have been affected by the COV 19 situation and considering a new venture or a career change give David Burns a call at Tele: 07831 394346 Email: davidburns@dbaconsulting.co.uk

The service is FREE for local people who would like to provide services locally

COFFEE MORNINGS – A POPULAR REGULAR EVENT

Coffee mornings are held every fortnight on a Friday in the Village Hall

 ANNUAL  EVENTS

A celebration for the Queens Platinum Jubilee will be held on  Friday 3rd June on the Paddock.  Details of the event will be advertised shortly

TRUNCH LUNCH CLUB

The Primrose Club has now become the Trunch Lunch Club with meals being served once a month in the Village Hall.

Dates for 2022 thus far

27th May

24th June

22nd July

26th August

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRUNCH CONCERTS – DIXIEMIX Dixieland Jazz Band 30th April St Botolph’s

EAST ANGLIA’s HOTTEST
Jazz Band DixieMix

CLASSICAL JAZZ FAVOURITES 

Saturday 30th April 2022, 7.30pm
St. Botolph’s Church, TRUNCH
The DixieMix Dixieland Jazz Band, one of the UK’s most engaging and successful jazz ensembles, is returning to TRUNCH CONCERTS.
With the best jazz musicians in East Anglia, enthusiasm for traditional jazz and great humour, the DixieMix band has gained national recognition, leading to a tour with Rod Stewart, TV appearances and multiple festival and theatre gigs.
The professional six piece band, led by cornetist Simon Nelson,  performed at St Botolph Church in Trunch in 2019 with slick arrangements of many classical jazz favourites, all with the DixieMix twist, receiving several standing ovations from the audience.
The performance will take  place in  St. Botolph’s Church in Trunch.
With a licensed bar. Please, wear your face mask when you are taking your seat, and then you can remove them.
It’s good practice to wear face masks all the time, except when you are eating or drinking.
The number of places is limited. Pre-booking only. Tickets – £15.
Tickets are available by phone 01692 402 624 or at Trunch Corner Stores, cash only (N Walsham Rd, Trunch, North Walsham NR28 0PL).

 

 

 

VILLAGE HALL – FUND RAISING COFFEE MORNING Friday 13th May 10am-12noon

Friday 13th May – 10-12 noon.

Please come along and support this important cause in raising funds for the village hall and local charities.  Home made cakes, coffee, tea and a warm welcome to all. If there is a anyone who finds it difficult to get there please telephone Michele on 01263 720649 and transport can be arranged.

Do come along, you may be surprised by the warm welcome that you will receive.

 

 

TRUNCH VILLAGE SOCIETY AGM by Zoom on Wednesday 11th May 2022 at 7.30pm

Trunch Village Society Ordinary Meetings will be held by Zoom video conferencing. The Annual General Meeting is being held on 11th May 2022 at 7.30pm.

All residents ay Trunch are welcome to attend. Please contact Brian Boughton for the link to join the meeting

brianboughton@btinternet.com or  720252