Welcome to the North Norfolk Village of Trunch
The picturesque village centre also features the fine medieval Church of St Botolph and typical old Norfolk flintstone houses within a designated conservation area. Trunch is surrounded by the North Norfolk protected area of outstanding natural beauty, and there are many public footpaths and quiet lanes, very inviting for (dog) walkers, bird watchers and conservationists.
Trunch Garden Society Spring Show 2014
Application Form Download here
Trunch Crown Inn, Pub of the Week in EDP
Trunch Concerts take place regularly during the warmer months in St Botolph's Church. A large variety of excellent local, nationally recognised and internationally accomplished musicians and ensembles have performed here over the past few years. The medieval church offers an enchanting atmosphere and superb accoustics.
Trunch Open Gardens/Scarecrow Festival July 2013
>>>slideshow 1 (dogs vintage cars, gardens, art)
>>>slideshow 2 (scarecrows)
We have raised over £3000 in this years Open Gardens and Scarecrow Day event.
A massive thank you to all involved in the organising and helping on the day.The winner of the Scarecrow competition was Swingtime in Wrights Loke. Well Done to everyone. Thanks, Jenny Owen (Trunch Village Society)
Trunch Football Club, formed last year, have had a very successful second season, winning the Knights Trophies league and the Walcott Lighthouse Inn Cup.
Young people of Trunch! The Victory Explorer unit in North Walsham (the big scouts previously known as Venture scouts) welcome new members aged between 14 & 18.phone Andrea on 01692 406415 or
The North Norfolk historic village of Trunch with a population of approximately 1,000 lies only two miles from the East coast, close to the coastal resort of Mundesley.
Trunch offers a lot to residents and visitors.
Trunch website is a work in progress. If you want to advertise here, publish an event or have a story about Trunch to tell, please contact us. Co-editors are always welcome.