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Married to Linda for 44 years, resident of Trimingham since 2009. Two sons and four grandchildren

Business career spanning some 45 years, employed for the greater part by a Swedish Construction equipment manufacturer – ALIMAK AB

Started employment with this company in 1974, rising to Managing Director from 1987 to 1992, before moving to Asia were we lived in Singapore for 6 years.

Managing director of Alimak Singapore PTE covering all markets from China to Australia.

Retired from this company in 2010.




Patrick Carpmael lives in Trimingham on the edge of the cliff with his wife June.

He does the day-to-day running of the village website and is interested

in Trimingham churchyard, footpaths in general and all things local.


My name is Christopher Harrison.  I am 57 years old married 

to Melissa, father of 3 children and 3 step children.  I have lived

in Trimingham all my life.  We farm at Hall Farm and also have

a leisure park at Woodland Holiday Park. 

My Hobbies are rugby, 3 of my sons play at Holt RFC and my

stepson for Ely RFC.  We enjoy skiing, walking and travelling.  

I was a member of the Parish Council in the mid-eighties and

I am glad to serve again.

Our farming and leisure business is very much part of the fabric

of the village and I feel it is important to be part of the working 

council to help community and businesses progress and enjoy 

the wonderful environment we live in.





I was born in 1952 in Lingwood Norfolk.

Educated in Norwich Notre Dame, employed by local government, WRNS as a Meteorologist and Oceanographer,

BBC East as a weather forecaster, John Lewis as a store detective, then self employed as a restauranteur, fast food 

purveyor, advertising manager and now owner/editor of the best free magazine in North Norfolk "Crab Tales".






I grew up in the village of Trimingham and have lived here for a large part 

of my life.  I now live here with my partner Scott and son Dylan.  I have noticed changes

happen throughout the village and just recently is has become a much more sociable 

and active community.  As Dylan grows up I would like to see much more on offer for 

children and young people throughout the village.




I am married to Mary and have lived in Trimingham for 34 years.  Assistant Manager

with a worldwide trading group for 24 years.  Office Manager for a Cash Register Company

for 19 years and retired in 2004.  I enjoy walking, reading, building my model railway

and volunteering with the North Norfolk Railway.




I have been Clerk to Trimingham Parish Council for over 15 years.


Clerk: Julie Chance
Pine Lodge, Gimingham Road, Trimingham
NR11 8HP