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The Trust had a fantastic response to its curry night at the award winning Bombay Nite on the 18 September 2017.
The event was a sell out and a very good night was had by all, we raised a total of £700 after all expenses were paid.
Thank you to all that came on the night, those that also bought or donated raffle prizes and to the following for donating gifts:
- Lloyds Chemist Walton
- The Sausage Shop
- Orwell Hotel
- Williams Butchers, Walton
- McColls Trimley
The night had some great entertainment, the video below is from a live Facebook broadcast of the hilarious horse racing.
And of course, a huge thank you to Bombay Nite themselves.
We are very please to announce that we are teaming up with the award winning Bombay Nite in Walton for a night of great food, good company and prizes.
Tickets are priced at £20 per person and includes all food, drink can be bought from the bar and there will be raffles and games throughout the night.
We really hope you can join us to raise money for our community project to save and restore the Trimley Station buildings.
Tables are based on 4-6 sharing, if you would like to come as a couple or alone, the night will be a great night to meet new people by joining up on a table with others.
Would you like to help make a difference in your local community? If so, have you considered becoming a trustee of The Trimley Station Community Trust?
We are a small local charity whose members are dedicated to rescuing and conserving the historically significant station buildings in Trimley St Mary and bringing them back in to use as a place to be used by the local community as well as rail passengers.
We are governed by a voluntary Board of Trustees who are also Directors of The Trimley Station Community Trust Ltd, a company limited by guarantee. We are now looking for a trustee who will be able to help steer the organization through its next exciting phase of development and assist with
- the general management of the Trust
- fund raising
- capital project development and funding
- charity governance
- outreach work
Trustees meetings are held between four and six times a year and assistance with related ad-hoc issues may be required in between times. Our website gives more information about our project. Any of the Trustees would be very happy to have an informal chat if you would like to find out more.
If you would like to know more or become a trustee please contact us at
Thank you for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you.
Would you like to support our project in one of many ways?
We are always looking for enthusiatic 'friends' to help out. You could help on our fundraising committee or just help at one event. There are many ways the community can support our project to save and restore the lovely station buildings.
Could you help by baking a cake, or by making sausage rolls to seel at our events. Your costs would be covered, so you would not be left our of pocket.