Established in 1984, Frinton & Walton Heritage Trust exists to consolidate historical knowledge of the local area and provide public access to the archives, artefacts and exhibits that tell the story of our community’s past.
Covid-19 FWHT Information.
Coffee mornings and ALL SOCIAL EVENTS are now cancelled until the end of April. Our Museums at Frinton Crossing Cottage Museum and Walton Maritime Museum will remain CLOSED until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. If you have an enquiry please email us via our web site. We will be reviewing all our forthcoming events & Museum openings in April, in the interest of the Health & Safety of our volunteers and visitors. Any further changes to our planned events will be posted on our website.
The Apple Fair at The Cottage was very well supported. Thank you to all the volunteers, generous donations and visitors. Picture is of John Barter. Photo by Martin Leech
Our very own John Barter has just done a couple of minutes interview with Ben of Ben & Sonia BBC Essex Breakfast Show (6 a.m. to 9 a.m.). Should go out tomorrow morning 5th November.
As a registered charity, Frinton & Walton Heritage Trust success depends upon the dedication and enthusiasm of its membership, as well as the generosity of the wider public. Volunteers are always needed to keep the Trust functioning.
Any of your time and experience would be appreciated:-
coffee mornings; maintaining the garden; archives; talks and walks; Railway and Maritime Museum
Crewing and skippering the James Stevens No.14; Organising events; administration
just being there...........
Details of our regular fundraising and social events can be found on our events page; if you would like to pledge a donation directly please let us know. We also welcome membership requests, visitor feedback and are particularly keen to hear if you have something that may be of interest for our archives/collections.
Frinton & Walton Heritage Trust is extremely grateful to all who have contributed, by whatever means, to its success over the past 35 years. Only with your support can the Trust continue to protect local heritage for the enjoyment of present and future generations.