Frinton & Walton 
Heritage Trust  
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. 
Secretary 
FWHT 

Forthcoming Events 

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). 
 
Interested in becoming a member then download a form or contact us - membership.secretary@fwheritage.co.uk 
 
Weekly coffee mornings and open museums at FRINTON CROSSING COTTAGE every Tuesday throughout the summer from 10am to 12 noon. Plant & produce stalls. 
 
Covid-19 Notice. 
Coffee morning/ Museum at Frinton Crossing Cottage Museum on Tuesday 17 March has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. If you have an urgent enquiry please email us via our web site. We will be reviewing all our forthcoming events 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. 
 
Tuesday, 14 April: the season of weekly Summer Coffee Mornings starts  
at FRINTON CROSSING COTTAGE, open from 10am to noon. 
Also displays of VE Day and the end of the Second World War  
 
Saturday, 9 May: FRINTON CROSSING COTTAGE GARDENS:  
Wartime History Day: 
displays and stalls open from 10am.  
 
Also town walks, of about two hours, at 11.15am and 2.15pm led by John Barter, our local historian. Please dress according to the weather! 
 
Saturday, 16 May: FRINTON CROSSING COTTAGE GARDEN:  
Spring Fayre from 10.30am to 2pm. We welcome donations of bric-a-brac, plants, homemade cakes, jams, preserves, tombola bottles, jewellery, garden produce, etc. in advance. Organiser, Ann Gladwell, can be contacted on 01255 852914 to arrange collection.  
Giant bric-a-brac stalls; also barbecue, refreshments and live music. 
 
 
 
Easter Bank Holiday Weekend:  
Friday, 10 April to Monday, 13 April: Walton Maritime Museum, East Terrace, Walton-on-the-Naze, OPEN daily 2pm to 4pm. 
 
A new exhibition celebrates 300 years of the Naze 
Tower and the important role it has played over the centuries. 
 
May Bank Holiday Weekend:  
Saturday, 25 May to Monday, 27 May: 
WALTON MARITIME MUSEUM opens daily from 2pm to 4pm 
 
 
 
Easter Bank Holiday Weekend: Friday, 10 April to Monday, 13 April: Frinton Crossing Cottage Museum & Trevor Bright Railway Museum, both open daily 2-4pm. 
 
TREVOR BRIGHT RAILWAY MUSEUM a display of Eastern National Buses and details of the Walton train crash of 1987. 
 
May Bank Holiday Weekend: Saturday, 25 May to Monday, 27 May: FRINTON CROSSING COTTAGE MUSEUM & TREVOR BRIGHT RAILWAY MUSEUM open daily from 2pm to 4pm 
COACH OUTINGS 
 
 
TRIPS ON JAMES STEVENS No. 14: the world’s oldest motor lifeboat 
 
Sunday, 10 May: A two-hour afternoon trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. Depart 12.30pm; £22 per person. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Sunday, 24 May: A two-hour morning trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. Depart 11.30am; £22 per person. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Sunday, 31 May: A two-hour evening trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. Depart 5.30pm; £22 per person. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Sunday, 7 June: A day trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, to Shotley Marina with a one-hour stop to take lunch or relax on the terrace overlooking River Orwell & the Port of Felixstowe. £35 per person. Depart 10.30am, return 4.30pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Saturday, 13 June: A two-hour late afternoon trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 4pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Father’s Day, Sunday, 21 June: A day trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, to Woolverstone Marina with a one-and-a-half hour stop for lunch at the Restaurant or picnic on the terrace overlooking the River Orwell. £35 per person. Depart 10am, return 3.30pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Sunday, 28 June: A two-hour afternoon trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 4pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Saturday, 4 July: James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, will be making short trips between 11am and 4pm around Brightlingsea Harbour at the town’s annual regatta
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Sunday, 5 July: James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, will be making short trips between 11am and 3pm around Brightlingsea Harbour at the town’s annual regatta. 
 
Thursday, 9 July: A two-hour afternoon trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 1.30pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Sunday, 12 July: A day trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, to Royal Harwich Marina with a one-and-a-half hour stop to take lunch at the restaurant or relax on the terrace overlooking the River Orwell. £35 per person. Depart 10.30am, return 4.30pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Saturday, 18 July: A two-hour morning trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 9am. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Sunday, 26 July: A two-hour afternoon trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 2pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Sunday, 2 August: A two-hour morning trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 9.45am. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Tuesday, 4 August: A day trip on James Stevens No.14 to Pin Mill on the Shotley Peninsula with a one-and-a-half hour stop to take lunch at the famous Butt & Oyster or picnic overlooking the river. £36 per person. Depart 10am, return 4.30pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Saturday, 8 August: James Stevens No.14 will be making short trips around Harwich Bay between 11am and 4pm at the Harwich Waterfront Festival (a new event). £8 per person. Bookings will be taken on the quayside on the day. 
 
Sunday, 9 August: A day trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, to Mistley Quay Marina with a one-and-a-half hour stop for lunch £37 per person. Depart 10am, return 4.30pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Wednesday, 12 August: A two-hour afternoon trip on James Stevens No.14, the w orld’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 4pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Wednesday, 19 August: A two-hour morning trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 10:30am. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Saturday, 22 August: A day trip on James Stevens No.14 to Mistley Quay Marina with a one-and-a- half hour stop for lunch overlooking the River Stour. £37 per person. Depart 10am, return 3.30pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Tuesday, 25 August: A two-hour afternoon trip on James Stevens No.14, theworld’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 3pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Thursday, 27 August: A two-hour late afternoon trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 5pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Monday, 31 August: A day trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, to Woolverstone Marina with a one-and-a-half hour stop for lunch at the restaurant or picnic on the terrace overlooking the River Orwell. £35 per person. Depart 9.30am, return 3.30pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Sunday, 6 September: A day trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, to Wrabness, passing Felixstowe and stopping at Harwich Ports. £30 per person. Depart 11am, return 4.30pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Tuesday, 8 September: A two-hour afternoon trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 2pm. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Saturday, 3 October: A half-day bird-watching trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 11.30am. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
Sunday, 18 October: A half-day bird-watching trip on James Stevens No.14, the world’s oldest motor lifeboat, around Horsey Island and Walton’s Backwaters. £22 per person. Depart 10.30am. Booking details are at the end of this section. 
 
 
Unless stated, all trips depart from Titchmarsh Marina, Coles Lane, Walton on the Naze, CO14 8SL. 
 
 
Booking information for James Stevens No.14. 
Email jsbookings@fwheritage.co.uk or phone Brian on 07836 340315 with the following information. 
Preferred date………. 
Destination…………. 
Name of contact person....... 
Number of passengers including contact person………………….(Max 12). 
Ages of any children under 14  
Any special needs to be aware of?....... 
Contact tel No…………… 
Email address…………… 
All trips are subject to weather and skipper availability on the day. 
If you require a special date, please contact us. We carry up to 12 passengers for those requiring a private booking. 
Unless stated, all trips depart from Titchmarsh Marina, Coles Lane, Walton on the Naze, CO14 8SL. 
 
To join the Trust and become a member. 
Membership forms available at the Frinton Cottage Museum Tuesday coffee mornings 10am-12noon or download here.  
SPECIAL WINTER/SPRING EVENTS:- 
Thursday, 19 March: 
Fundraising Supper Evening for James Stevens No.14 
at FRINTON GOLF CLUB, Frinton-on-Sea 
followed by a short slide-show. 
£23per head; 6:30 for 7:00 pm. 
For bookings, or if you need transport, please contact Linda Ellis on 01255 852993 or via email secretary@fwheritage.co.uk. 
Tuesday, 7 April: 
Winter Social Evening: ‘Memories of Blowers & Cooper’, 
Frinton’s ironmongery and hardware store from 1903 to 1998. An illustrated talk by Robin Cooper, grandson of its founder, George Cooper (1870-1967). 
Venue: McGRIGOR HALL, Frinton-on-Sea at 7.30pm. 
Admission £2 members, £3 non-members. 
Tuesday, 19 May: Annual General Meeting  
at McGRIGOR HALL, Frinton-on-Sea,  
7pm for 7.30pm.  
Coffee will be served prior to the meeting. Please bring the agenda with you. 
Your membership renewal can also be made at the meeting.  
(The agenda and renewal form are enclosed with your membership newsletter.) 
Please make a note now that VE Day will be celebrated on 
Bank Holiday FRIDAY, 8 MAY. 
(There will be no Bank Holiday on Monday, 4 May.) 
 
On the evening of 8 May, Frinton & Walton Heritage Trust plans to light the Naze Beacon, as we have done since 1988 to commemorate significant dates. We shall be lighting our Beacon at the Naze, Hall Lane, Walton-on-the-Naze at 9pm. 
 
A barbeque will be available from 7.30pm with exhibitions relating to the Second World War. 
 
This will be followed on Saturday, 9 May by an exhibition at 
Frinton Crossing Cottage on local events during the Second World War. 
 
There will also be guided town walks. 
Thursday, 28 May: Fundraising Supper Evening  
for James Stevens No.14  
at The Court House, Great Bromley, followed by a short slide show;  
£23 per person.  
For bookings, or if you need transport, phone Linda Ellis on 01255 852993 or email: secretary@fwheritage.co.uk. 
MEMBERS VISITS 
 
Thursday, 11 June: Members’ Visit to the Latin American Art Collection at the University of Essex, Colchester. 
 
Thursday, 9 July: Members’ Visit to Glemham Hall, Glemham, Suffolk, home of the Cobbold family.    
 
Thursday, 13 August: Members’ Visit to the Moot Hall, Colchester 
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