Seen here is the team of Trust volunteers who maintain Crossing Cottage and its garden so that members of both the Trust and the public can enjoy the peace and quiet of the garden on a Tuesday morning during the warmer months. During the winter months, from October to Easter, the gardens are open on the third Tuesday of every month from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.

Why not come and purchase Tea, Coffee and Biscuits, whiled seated in the garden. Also local history books and cards are for sale, as well as plants and home-made preserves.


We have to say, thanks to all our members and supporters. Due their  very hard work, On Tuesday 18 October, 2022, David Foster, Chair of Frinton in Bloom presented Frinton & Walton Heritage Trust with the Royal Horticultural Society’s Anglia in Bloom “Neighbourhood Award, Level 5, Outstanding” (its highest level award) for the Trust’s contribution to the community of Frinton  in Bloom.

We wish to mention a few of our supporters by name because of their supreme contribution to our fund raising : 

Ann Layzell, who baked and donated several cream and jam sponges. 

Terence Towns, who contributed an immense array of sweet and savoury items to the cake stall. Just these two people alone boosted the Apple Day total by over £50. Even more poignant is that Terence bakes and donates items to the Trust in memory of his dear friend, Mary Dean, who was in turn, a staunch Trust member and archivist. 

Rachel Baldwin, whose jams and marmalades boost our annual sales. Let Rachel know if you have any spare fruit that she can use and any empty jars.
However, this is not to detract from our other contributors, who make it all worthwhile, and hopefully, fun! And the visitors, who turn up at all the functions and spend their money and chat and socialise with their friends.
Accept our thanks for all your wonderful efforts, and please store away any good quality Bric-a-Brac, jewellery, toiletries, bottles, etc for future events. 
CONTACT Ann Gladwell 01255 852914