Riding for the Disabled
Tuesday 8 September from 7.30 pm in the village hall.
Competition: Something equine
Boxted Parish Council
Next meets Wednesday 9 September at 7 pm in the village hall.
Read the agenda for the Parish Council meeting here:
All are welcome to join a coach trip to Bury St Edmunds. Thursday 10 September from Boxted Cross returning approx 6pm. £10 members £12 non members. Contact Elaine 01026 273183
Saturday 12 September. Ride and Stride is an annual event which raises money for restoration and preservation of historic churches, chapels and meeting houses. Boxted and Langham churches will be participating in this annual event on Saturday 12 September. If you enjoy cycling or walking and would like to be sponsored please contact Annette Whybrow: firstname.lastname@example.org
Langham Country Music Club
Saturday 12 September; doors open 7.15 pm for 8.00 pm start. Bring your own drink and nibbles. Admission £6. Contact Graham on 07970 636580 for more information.
Sunday 13 September
9.30 am Eucharist at St Mary’s Langham
11 am service at Boxted Methodist Church
Tuesday 15 and 29 September. Boxted playing field car park 10.55 to 11 am
Boxted History Group
Boxted Village Hall 7.30 for 8 pm
Wednesday 16 September
The Search for Richard 111
An illustrated talk by John Ashdown Hill
This year’s macmillan coffee morning in Boxted will actually be an afternoon tea on Wednesday 23rd September at Boxted St Peter’s Primary School from 1:30 pm.
£25 million pounds was raised last year from The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning to help with Macmillan’s work.
Click here for the above pictured Pear and ginger cake recipe
St Mary’s Langham and St Peter’s Boxted churches are supporting Tools With A Mission (http://www.twam.co.uk) for this year’s Harvest Festival, if you have any tool that is potentially useable (even with some repair), you are asked to take it by 27 September to:
Angela McLauchlan (Tel. 272275)
53 Straight Road
Jos Carter (Tel. 272755)
24 Hobbs Drive
Laura Benns (Tel. 271458)
Pollyfield, Chapel Road
Ian Hollands (Tel. 230525)
Bodinnick, Wick Road, Langham
Essex Police are inviting horse riders across Essex to a special event, focusing on how they can help to be an extra set of eyes and ears and report any suspicious behaviour to the police.
The Active Citizen on Horseback scheme officially launches at Essex Police Headquarters, Chelmsford, on Wednesday 15 September.
The new scheme seeks volunteers from rural communities across Essex to provide a visible presence whilst out and about on their routes with their horses.
Volunteers can then keep an eye out for any problems in these areas, reporting any suspicious activity to Essex Police on 101.
The new scheme will be launched primarily for the north of the county, concentrating on Braintree, Colchester, Chelmsford, Maldon, Tendring and Uttlesford districts, with a view to launch this in other areas in the county based on its success.
The event, which will take place at the Sports Pavilion on the Headquarters grounds, will give potential volunteers an introduction to the initiative, as well as meeting the staff and officers behind this.
Doors will open at 6.30pm on the evening, ready for a 7pm start.
If you wish to book a place at the launch event, please RSVP to Sgt Cathy Calder at email@example.com.
Boxted St Peter’s primary school starts the Autumn term this week.
Take advantage of discounted heating oil with this bulk buying scheme: