Forthcoming Events

Please Note: Would Trust members please bring their membership cards to social evenings (Entrance £2 members - £3 non-members) and when visiting the Walton Maritime Museum (members free - non-members £1).

         

Event Date Event Details
06 February 2018 Winter Social Evening
The Homestead: CFA Voysey and SC Turner: the Architect and his Client. An illustrated talk by John Barter on Charles Voysey, the well-known Arts & Crafts architect, with particular reference to the commission in 1905 by Sydney Claridge Turner for a house in Frinton-on-Sea.
Admission £2 members, £3 non-members.


Venue: McGRIGOR HALL, Frinton-on-Sea
Start Time: 7.30 pm


06 February 2018 Winter Social Evening
The Homestead: CFA Voysey and SC Turner: the Architect and his Client. An illustrated talk by John Barter on Charles Voysey, the well-known Arts & Crafts architect, with particular reference to the commission in 1905 by Sydney Claridge Turner for a house in Frinton-on-Sea.
Admission £2 members, £3 non-members.


Venue: McGRIGOR HALL, Frinton-on-Sea
Start Time: 7.30 pm


20 February 2018 Winter Coffee Morning
Winter Coffee Morning

Venue: FRINTON CROSSING COTTAGE
Start Time: 10 am
Finish Time: 12 noon

06 March 2018 Winter Social Evening
An illustrated presentation entitled ‘What is Clacton VCH?’ by Roger Kennell, chairman of the Clacton VCH Group and historian of our Heritage Trust. Formed 16 years ago, the Clacton Victoria County History group is a small research group covering Tendring District, with the main Essex VCH Trust being its mentor. Roger will tell the story of how the group came to be formed, what the main projects have been to date, and how they communicate their research outcomes as information to the wider community.
Admission £2 members, £3 non-members.


Venue: McGRIGOR HALL, Frinton-on-Sea
Start Time: 7.30 pm


20 March 2018 Winter Coffee Morning
Winter Coffee Morning

Venue: FRINTON CROSSING COTTAGE
Start Time: 10 am
Finish Time: 12 noon

22 March 2018 Fundraising Supper Evening for James Stevens No.14
Fundraising Supper Evening for James Stevens No.14 at THE MANOR pub, Great Holland followed by a short slide-show.
£20 per head. 7pm for 7.30pm. For bookings, or if you need transport, please contact Linda Ellis on 01255 852993 or via email secretary@fwheritage.co.uk.


Venue: THE MANOR pub, Great Holland
Start Time: 7 pm


30 March 2018 WALTON MARITIME MUSEUM opens for four days over the Easter weekend
Easter Weekend: Friday, 30 March to Monday, 2 April: WALTON MARITIME MUSEUM opens for four days over the Bank Holiday weekend from 2-4pm for the final year of the Exhibition ‘Walton at War’ 1918-1919 (First World War), 1945 (Second World War). The new ‘Seaside Entertainments’ exhibition highlights the heritage of traditional clowns, magicians and the Pier variety shows popular with holidaymakers.

Venue: WALTON MARITIME MUSEUM
Start Time: 2 pm
Finish Time: 4 pm

31 March 2018 Easter Weekend: FRINTON RAILWAY MUSEUM open Saturday and Monday
Easter Weekend: Saturday, 31 March AND Monday, 2 April: FRINTON RAILWAY MUSEUM: open on these two days.

Venue: FRINTON RAILWAY MUSEUM
Start Time: 2 pm
Finish Time: 4 pm

03 April 2018 Weekly coffee mornings
Weekly coffee mornings commence at FRINTON CROSSING COTTAGE GARDEN and continue through the summer from 10am to noon. Plant & Produce stall. Bring your friends to see Frinton’s own museums and archives, including the RAILWAY MUSEUM in the former Crossing Keeper’s Hut.

Venue: FRINTON CROSSING COTTAGE
Start Time: 10 am
Finish Time: 12 noon

03 April 2018 Winter Social Evening
Winter Social Evening: Trust member Kay Carswell presents her fascinating illustrated talk: ‘Cruising to the Faroes, Iceland and the Orkneys’. Admission £2 members, £3 non-members.

Venue: McGRIGOR HALL, Frinton-on-Sea
Start Time: 7.30 pm


12 May 2018 Spring Fayre
Spring Fayre at FRINTON CROSSING COTTAGE GARDEN

Venue: FRINTON CROSSING COTTAGE GARDEN



22 May 2018 Annual General Meeting
Annual General Meeting at McGRIGOR HALL, Frinton-on-Sea

Venue: McGRIGOR HALL, Frinton-on-Sea