© Trinity Men's Fellowship Webmaster David Sandham
Trinity Men's Fellowship (TMF) was established in 1996 to promote fellowship among the men of the parishes of Holy Trinity Eccleshall and St Chad's Slindon.
22nd Feb 2019 Parish Room
Shaun Farrelly 'The Americans in Stone During the War'
25th Jan 2019 Parish Room (AGM) Lester Stuart 'Life for a Jewish Family in Nazi Germany'
23rd Nov 2018 Parish Room
Jerry Stokes and Andy Schofield. 'From the Mersey to the River Plate, with an unscheduled diversion!'
Wednesday 14th November
14:30 Treasurer’s House
Friday 28th September
Due to ongoing roadworks the location for this walk is now at Fitzherbert, Swinnerton 10am
Thursday 6th September
Visit to Chester.
A very successful trip
Friday 31st August
Greyhound at Burston
09.45hrs for coffee, walking at 10.15hrs, as usual lunch from 12.30hrs.
Thursday 23rd August @ 2:30
Friday 27th July - wives invited
Evening walk in Eccleshall area
Followed by buffet supper.
Friday 28th June
Walk/Lunch in the Loggerheads Area
24th June Special Service of Remembrance to unveil, bless and reconsecrate the War Memorial after the addition of the 17 names of Eccleshall servicemen who died in the Great War but whose sacrifice was not recorded on the memorial. ALL WERE INVITED TO ATTEND at 10am.
Saturday/Sunday 23rd/24th June
TMF “Display” in Holy Trinity.
We still need some volunteers to man the TMF display over the two day period. Please contact the Chairman if you can help out for an hour or so on either day?
Friday 25th May 2:30
Walk in Eccleshall area from The King’s Arms, 10.00hrs for the walkers and 12.30hrs for the diners.
Tuesday 15th May
Work started on carving in the names of the 17 men from Eccleshall who died whilst serving in WW1 and were “missed” off the list during the construction of the Memorial.
Thursday 3rd May 2:30
Dear Peter / Bob
Thank you for the recent TMF donation of £100 to the Parish Room.
I would be grateful if you would pass on thanks and appreciation to all TMF members.
It's in the can.
Two students from Stafford College (ably guided and assisted by TMF member Keith's wonderful partner Ruth) today filmed TMF members Peter Chamberlain, Gordon Davies, Bob Marsh and Peter Wilshaw all talking about TMF: what we do, why and when.
The students are involved in making a film about Eccleshall. We hope that our various pieces to camera make the final cut, and that they manage to edit out the nearby very vocal chicken, which sounded like it was laying a very large square egg!
We were also filmed walking and talking, at the same time. Who says men can't multi-task?' Peter
We received this email from David Rimmer on 8/3/ 2018
General Data Protection Regulations 2018
If you have not done so already, please return your form, with details of your contacts and other data, to Rob as soon as possible
Contact the Chairman about a new TMF polo shirt complete with Logo and your name!
Video of Holy Trinity, Eccleshall and
There is a lovely video clip of our Holy Trinity and Stafford Castle which was created on a visit by a friend from Australia. He flew a tiny little drone and obtained excellent results which were edited to fit in with a musical background.
Friday 24th August. A new adventure for TMF! Ten Pin Bowling. When a month has five Fridays in it, the members have an extra Friday during which they can try something “different”. This month was exceptional!
Above are photos of some members in the “Shed” (Royal Oak) on 10th August
These pictures feature the late Andrew Redhead, longstanding member, who sadly passed away on Sunday 26th August 2018 after a short illness. Our thoughts and prayers are with his widow Sally and all his family.
Below we see the nine intrepid explorers who set off for the local ten pin bowling alley on Friday 24th August.
Here you see the members girding their loins ready to unleash the ball down the alley. After much competition the results below were obtained.
Our thanks go out to Ron who organised the event, provided the photos and in the end LOST!
Photo taken by our Treasurer
TMF success at the Eccleshall Show, 1st September 2018
Norman (Highly Commended) and Bob (First Prize)
Award of the cup in the Victoria Sponge baked by a male.
The winning cake and a losing giant digestive biscuit, I don't know who baked the the latter.
Well done to all who entered.
Photo by Chairman
Photo by Chairman