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EveryTuesday Refreshments in the cottage garden from 10 a.m. to 12 noon with tea or coffee and biscuits at just £1.00. Enjoy sitting in the sun or under the apples trees. Visit the museums at the same time for Free, although a donation would be appreciated to help maintain them. Also local history books and cards are for sale, as well as plants and home-made preserves. This include the new book, "Postcards from Frinton's Sea Front".

                                                                        Coffee or Tea  

The Cottage Garden, with the kitchen, can be hired by members for a fee of £30 per session. There is the morning session 10 am to Noon or afternoon session 2 pm to 4 pm. Gazebos, tables are available for an additional charge. Membership is £10 a Single or £18 for a Dual. Membership form 

Public Appeal to replace the iconic white picket fence at the crossing cottage. For more details See donations to date

Saturday, 27th July Bric-a-Brac Fair

at the Railway Cottage Garden from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm

Admission £1. 

Saturdays 3rd, 10th, 17th, 27th and 31st August 

Cottage/Railway Museums

 at the Railway Cottage Garden from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Special opening

 

Sunday 4th August  Up, Up and Away – Kite Flying on the Naze

11:30 am to 2:00 pm Bring you own kite, lunch and all relatives!


Thursday, 22nd August Picnic & Annie Get Your Gun

1:30 pm Tickets £55 per person includes 

a picnic then see the Matinee Performance in the Big Top on the Greensward for members and Guests only


Details of future fundraising and social events can be found on our events page or Facebook

Exhibitions and Museums OPEN to ALL

At the Cottage Museum - Renowned historical people with connections with the local area.

Trevor Bright Railway Museum - The closing of the Kirby Cross Goods Yard in 1964 and Worldwide Trams

For CHILDREN, why not visit Essex local museums Wheel of Time exhibition and collect a badge at each museum.

Access: Our museums are located in old railway buildings which are not fully disable accessible. Our displays are desk height & wall mounted. Our gardens are accessible with paved paths and lawns. There are steps into the museum buildings. If you require assistance our volunteers will do their best to help. Please ask for help, if required.
 
Facilities: 
Refreshments are available when staffed. Rest areas are available inside the museums and outside in the gardens. Toilet & small shop area.

If you would like to pledge a donation directly please let us know, contacts detail are below. 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 40 years. Only with your support can the Trust continue to protect local heritage for the enjoyment of present and future generations.