WELCOME TO TRIMINGHAM PARISH COUNCIL
Trimingham is a quiet village approximately 5 miles from Cromer on the north east Norfolk coast.
Trimingham has a new village hall, located on Cromer Road, which is used regularly for various events, activities and can be hired out - please see 'Trimingham Hall' tab for info and contact details. The village also still has the old village hall, now called the 'Pilgrim Shelter' which is an interesting building in itself and is also available for hire.
In the past many people would recognise Trimingham when they saw the 'golf ball' - more officially, the air defence radar satellite station associated with RRH Neatishead. This has now been removed.
The parish occupies 0.9 square miles and is part of the Coast ward of North Norfolk District Council, and the Mundesley county division. The District Councillor is Angie Fitch-Tillett and the County Councillor is Ed Maxfield.
Trimingham Parish Council consists of 7 elected representatives who look after the general running of the parish. They meet six times per year to discuss issues and address any concerns parishioners may raise.
This website aims to provide a snapshot of life in Trimingham, as well as keeping the public up to date on the activities of the Parish Council. Click on the links above to find out more.
If you have any feedback or comments regarding the website, please feel free to contact the Parish Council using the details below.