The Name of Trunch, near North Walsham. [Norwich, Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society, in "Norfolk Archaeology", vol, Part.3, ] Fiske, R.C. A History of Trunch. [Typescript in Norwich Local Studies Library, ] Goodrich, Percival J. The Story of Trunch. [Cambridge University Press, ]. description of St. Botolph’s Church, Trunch – “Church is dedicated to h, and is a regular pile, with a nave, 2 aisles, and a chancel covered with lead and has a tower with 4 bells.” One hundred years later in , Bryant, in his Norfolk Churches Vol. 5, The Hundred of North Erpingham, writes –File Size: 4MB. In , a film version of Matilda was released, with Pam Ferris playing Miss Trunchbull. In the RSC's musical adaptation of the story, the Trunchbull is played by a man. Actor Bertie Carvel originated the role both in London and on Broadway. About the story. What a bunch of nauseating little warts you are. Miss Trunchbull 1. Roald Dahl's Matilda. also known as Miss Trunchbull or simply The Trunchbull, the fictional headmistress of Crunchem Hall Primary School (or Elementary School), is the main antagonist in Roald Dahl’s novel Matilda and in the film Matilda and the musical is said to look "more like an eccentric and rather bloodthirsty follower of the stag-hounds than the headmistress of a Created by: Roald Dahl.
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(The book explains, "A Primus is a little camping-stove that you fill with paraffin and you light it at the top and then you pump it to get pressure for the flame" ["]). She doesn't have running water. Matilda has to go fetch some from the well outside. . Matilda won the Children's Book Award shortly after it was published in , and it has continued to delight audiences ever since. Early drafts of the story were very different to the one we now know. At first, Matilda was a wicked girl who eventually used her powers to help her teacher solve her financial problems - by fixing a horse race. There have been BUTTLES living in Trunch since before when Stephen and Elizabeth had a son Henry christened in the Church and there were several other families in the s, probably all related. A sad story of the BUTTLES emerges through the census and parish records. Miss Agatha "Ag" Trunchbull, or otherwise known as The Trunchbull, is the primary antagonist in the novel Matilda and its film adaptation. Miss Trunchbull is depicted as a large woman who wears her hair in a tight bun. Her outfit is a bottle-green tight pantsuit adorned with a black belt with a silver buck. She is a harsh, haughty, psychopathic, extremely cruel educator and tyrant Age: