‘Trosh’ could become an annual event in north Norfolk village
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Beautiful weather and wonderful support have blessed the inaugural Trimingham 'Trosh' in north Norfolk.
The first 'Trosh' to be held in the village's new hall and adjoining fields has attracted steady footfall today.
Terry Brown, chairman of the Trimingham Village Hall Trust, said: 'This is very much a trial run. We made it free to enter and then people could leave a donation if they wanted to. Those donations will go towards the hall.
'It's gone very well. People have turned up in their vintage cars and tractors.'
The new purpose-built community centre in Trimingham, which cost about £600,000, opened earlier this year, just off the coast road.
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The 'Trosh' is open today until 5pm and from 10am to 5pm tomorrow.
The event has been arranged jointly with the nearby Woodland Holiday Park.
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There's free admission and parking and events 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.