Covid-19 FWHT Information.
Coffee mornings and SOCIAL EVENTS are now cancelled. Our Museums at Frinton Crossing Cottage 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 regulary, 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.
Saturday, 8 May 2021: Garden Sale at Frinton’s Crossing Cottage Garden, Station Approach from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Sale of plants, cakes and preserves.
Please help with baking, preserve- and chutney-making and donation of plants.
The event will be run according to Government guidelines on Covid.
Contact Ann Gladwell on 01255 852914 with any donations.
Please note that these need to be delivered by Friday, 7 May.
We have a vast amount of bric-a-brac stored over this winter, so we have TWO DATES for your diaries. The events will be run according to Government guidelines on Covid.:
Saturday, 12 June AND Saturday, 21 August from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Grand Bric-a-Brac Sales at Frinton’s Crossing Cottage Garden. We have small items of furniture as well as the usual bric-a-brac, costume jewellery, toiletries, scarves and books. Contact Ian Heard on 07747 035375 if you have any donations to the bric-a-brac stock; he can arrange collection.
June 29th 2021: Annual General Meeting, McGrigor Hall, Fourth Avenue, Frinton at 7.30pm.
It is intended to hold the Annual General Meeting, postponed from May and December 2020, at the McGrigor Hall on the first Tuesday in May. This meeting will incorporate two AGMs and a Special General Meeting. We have been told that the hall is large enough to enable us to social distance if required. The papers for the 2021 AGM will be sent to members in April with the next newsletter.
We hope to re-programme the planned visits of 2020.
If we are able to hold any other events, they will be publicised on our website (fwheritage.co.uk) and our Facebook page. Also, look out for posters around the towns and in the Trust’s noticeboard at the Cottage.
Please Note: Would Trust members please bring their membership cards to social evenings
and when visiting the Museums (members free - non-members £2 for the museums, social events are various).