Frinton & Walton 
Heritage Trust  

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. 

Exciting news.....our very own John Barter has been asked to take part in BBC Essex Quest on Sunday morning, 7th July.  
Join Eric Dixon, Liana Bridges and Barry Lewis between 9am and 12midday every Sunday morning and help them solve four cryptic clues to four mystery locations somewhere in Essex. 
Although we can’t publicize where the interview will take place, it is a location on the new Frinton Heritage Trail done by Resorting to the Coast.  
Frinton & Walton Heritage Trust provided all the information for the trail; there are two boards one down on the seawall near the Walings, the other is at the top of Connaught Avenue near the Spinney, and there are leaflets in the Cottage. 
John has just met the Essex Quest team – Liana and Barry (Lewis) at the Frinton Lawn Tennis Club. 
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. 
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