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First ‘Trosh’ to be hosted at new Norfolk village hall

Terry Brown at the opening of Trimingham's new village hall, the venue for the 'Trosh'. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Terry Brown at the opening of Trimingham's new village hall, the venue for the 'Trosh'. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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A milestone will be reached when the first ‘Trosh’ is held in a north Norfolk village’s new hall.

The new purpose-built community centre in Trimingham, which cost about £600,000, opened earlier this year, just off the coast road.

Trimingham’s first ‘Trosh’ will be held in the hall and adjoining field from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, October 20 and Sunday, October 21.

Terry Brown, chairman of the Trimingham Village Hall Trust, said: “This is an event that is being arranged jointly with the nearby Woodland Holiday Park and should be a milestone for us and our new facility, which we now have complete ownership of.”

There’s free admission and parking and events will include ploughing a furrow, a narrow gauge railway, art and craft, Wild Touch animal sanctuary, Wildcraft brewery bar, JGLS hot food, classic and vintage cars, trade stands, children’s races and live music from Sam Smith Singers.


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